A Popular Annual Event

Depoe Bay Crab Feed

The Depoe Bay Annnual Crab Feed is traditionally held the third weekend of April. Held at the Depoe Bay Community Hall, the events gives folks a chance to enjoy succulent Dungeness full and half-crab dinners.

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Fleet of Flowers

Fleet of Flowers

ATTENTION: Due to Coronavirus concerns, the Depoe Bay Chamber has decided it is best to cancel the 2020 Fleet of Flowers. Though the event is an important fundraiser, we are more concerned with the safety of our community, volunteers and event attendees, especially since many of them are in higher-risk populations.

Thank you for your understanding. Stay safe and sane through this unpredictable time.

Since its creation in 1945, the Fleet of Flowers event has grown to celebrate individuals who gave their lives, from Armed Forces members to fisherman and firefighters.

64th Annual Depoe Bay Native American Style Salmon Bake

Annual Native American Salmon Bake

Depoe Bay's first "Free Fish Fry" back in the 1930's was the beginning of today's annual Salmon Bake. The locals gathered with friends and neighbors to share their own catch and their fish stories.

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