Mar 20, 2021
11:00 am - 1:30 pm




Polly Plumb Productions invites you to take a socially distanced, masks on stroll through Yachats, during the 2021 Spring Equinox Celebration and Flower Bulb Exchange. This Spring Stroll will be held Saturday March 20, 2021. Hours are 11:15 AM -1:30 PM.

Enjoy musical entertainment at 4 Yachats locations provided by a variety of Lincoln County performers. There will be one or two acts at four venues. The Drift Inn Hotel Lobby, under the Rainspout sign, The Old Yachats Fire Station, The Pavilion behind the Yachats Commons, and The Piper on the Point will perform outside, at the end of the earth, in the Yachats State Park.

Pollly Plumb Productions board member Robert Rubin said, “The plan is for the musicians to be inside, shielded from any inclement weather, with the audience outside, strolling between the 4 venues, and sharing flower bulbs and plants. Since we are dealing with both Covid restrictions and weather uncertainties this event is constantly evolving. Everyone involved has displayed a wonderful attitude towards making this a fun event.”

Most acts are scheduled for a 45 minute set beginning at 11:30 AM and 12:30 PM with a 15 minute break between artists. The Piper will start at 11:15 AM and play shorter sets.

Dig some bulbs and bring some plant starts. Sunshine is expected! Dress appropriately for the weather. Bring an umbrella, if it’s not too windy.

Musicians scheduled to perform include:

Darroll Morehouse is our Piper at the Point. The Piper will play shorter sets at his discretion. Darroll is a resident of Newport. He took up bagpiping after he retired from the San Jose Fire Department and moved to Oregon. Darroll has played at the National Firefighters Memorial in Colorado Springs, and the Fleet Of Flowers in Depoe Bay. He is a member of the Northwest Firefighters Pipes and Drums.

Dave Cowden Guitar and Vocals. Dave Cowden is a singer songwriter who is proficient on several instruments. You may have seen him performing around Yachats in the duo “Dave and Creight”. In 2008 Dave was inducted into the Kansas Music Hall of Fame. His band opened for The Mama’s and Papa’s, and has played at an NFL halftime show.

Ian Smith Guitar and Vocals. Ian Smith is a guitarist/singer/songwriter who draws inspiration from diverse sources. From Blues to African, Americana, Rock, Folk, Jazz, Ian has been developing his own voice for 50 years.

Colin Herforth with Karie Ann Godels Guitar and Vocals, Polly Plumb Productions is pleased to introduce Colin Herforth and Karie Ann Godels. Colin is an accomplished guitarist and drummer, who recently moved to Yachats. Colin is joined by Yachatian Karie Ann Godels who will sing a few standards and a little Bossa Nova.

Son of the Beaches are Franz Paul Van Den Bogaard on guitar, mandolin and vocals, joined by Aaron Gibson on bass. Experience the rhythmic guitar work and rich deep vocals of Paul Bogaard , backed by the tasty bass of Aaron Gibson.

Weird Science Boyz are an 80's power trio. Get ready for a high-energy, dance-oriented and costumed show. There is never a dull moment as the band plays song after song, barely stopping to catch a breath. Weird Science Boyz are, Kevin Strever-Lead Vocals and Guitar, Ronnie Jay Pirrello-Lead Vocals and Bass, and Richard Robitaille-Drums.

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PPP produces diverse, artistic, colorful, whimsical, musical, and intelligent arts and cultural programming that embraces and reflects the inclusive and eclectic nature of our Yachatian residents and visitors.