1. Is alcohol allowed?
We require that you provide a Certificate of Liquor Liability and Oregon Liquor Control Permission permit (800-426-2004) is required if alcohol is to be sold at your event OR alcohol is available (but not being sold) and you are charging or accepting donations for admission, or where payment is required to attend the event. Please review the state of Oregon requirements (https://www.oregon.gov/olcc/lic/pages/special-event-licensing.aspx) for liquor permits.
2. How many people can be seated in the main room at Pine Grove?
The Pine Grove seats 96 people at tables. For meetings and presentations The Pine Grove seats 140 people. There are 100 chairs available and more can be obtained from other locations. You will need to set up the chairs and tables: set-up is not a service Pine Grove can provide for you.
3. How many chairs and tables are available?
There are 100 beige cloth padded folding chairs available.
There are 16 tables, 6 feet in length, that each seat 6 people.
There are 8 card tables.
4. Can we take tables and chairs to the beach?
Sorry, but furniture may only be used in the building or on our backyard patio.
5. How many plates, matching glasses, and utensils are available?
There are matching dishes and table service for 100. The pure white Corelle dishes include 10 inch dinner plates, 7 inch luncheon plates, 63/4 inch salad/desert plates, soup bowls, coffee mugs and tea cups. Matching knives, forks, spoons, water goblets and wine glasses are provided. Included are 16 serving pieces (one for each table): coffee carafes, water pitchers, bread baskets, salt/pepper/sugar creamer caddies and vases. There are 2 punch bowls and several serving trays/platters.
The kitchen has a variety of cooking utensils and appliances, including two electric ranges (with ovens), a microwave, and a commercial dishwasher. There are no pots or pans.
6. How does the sound system work and to what can it be connected?
The Pine Grove has an audio-visual system that is available for your use. It includes 2 hand-held microphones, 2 lavalier style microphones, two ceiling mounted speakers, a video projector and pull down screen. We also offer wireless connectivity for you to play your own music. You may bring your own thumb drive and plug it into the Pine Grove computer (also located in the audio-visual cabinet) and use the mouse and keyboard or a remote/pointer device to access your material. Also, we have wireless dongle connectors (HDMI and USB-C) which will allow you to project files from your own laptop or tablet. Our system does not support DVDs.
There are full user instructions posted on the inside door of the audio-visual cabinet and there is a downloadable version of the instructions here. We cannot provide an attendant to run the A-V system for you.
5. Where can we park?
Parking is available on the street and in the rear of the lot behind the US Post Office on Laneda Avenue. This parking lot is within two blocks of the Pine Grove.
8. Who are the ministers in the area?
Area churches and clergy are listed in the yellow pages in the RTI Nehalem Telecom Directory or inquire online at nehalemtel.net
8. Are there local restaurants and beverage services?
The following establishments offer take-out food and some may offer local delivery options.
|The Offshore Grill
|A Mighty Thai
|Sisters and Pete's Coffee and Treats
|The Roost (Wheeler)
|El Trio Locos
|The Little Apple Grocery and Delicatessen
|Left Coast Siesta Mexican
|The Big Wave Restaurant
|Manzanita Lighthouse Pub (Nehalem)
|Manzanita News and Espresso
|The Bunkhouse (Nehalem)
|Manzanita Coffee & Espresso
|Manzanita Coffee & Espresso
|Pacific Roots Donuts & Coffee (Nehalem food cart)
|Riverside Fish & Chips (Nehalem food cart)