On Saturday, Sept. 5, 2 to 5 p.m., the Gearhart ArtWalk hoist “Welcome to the Shore” flags indicating participation in the monthly event.

A Great Gallery will be celebrating “Everything’s Coming Up Sunflowers!” The gallery is located at 576 Pacific Way, 503-709-2840; agreatgallery.com.

Richard Newman is featured artist at By The Way, 564 Pacific Way, 503-739-7025; 564bytheway@gmail.com.

Cougar Ridge Knife Company, presents finely crafted custom knives and boutique Northwest wines; 3348 Highway 101 N., 503-738-9812; cougarridgeknives.com.

Gearhart Ironwerks uses iron in every way imaginable. Visit John Emmerling, 1368 Pacific Way, 800-738-5434; gearhartironwerks.com.

Natural Nook presents the work of Michelle Schiess, who custom creates everything from hair accessories for ladies, babies and brides, wedding garters for brides-to-be, and hand-stamped personalized jewelry and sea glass necklaces for the beach lover; 738 Pacific Way, 503-738-5332, flowers@seasidenaturalnook.com.

Pacific Crest Cottage is well stocked with gifts for all occasions; 726 Pacific Way, 503-738-6560; email joysigler@hotmail.com 6560.

Romancing the Home offers furniture, lighting, home accents and art along with the easiest to give housewarming gifts; 3350 Hwy 101 N. 503-738-9977; email linda_toler@yahoo.com.

Jane McGeehan is the September featured artist for Trails End Art Gallery in Gearhart. Her show, “Earth, Sea and Sky,” will include some of her landscapes and collages. The opening reception will take place from 3-5 p.m.; 656 “A” Street, 503-717-9458, trailsendart.org.

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