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Quality, Warmth, Friendliness and Pride

OUR Facility

Constructed in 1971 and renovated in 2018/2019, the SCCC has 24,600 square feet of usable meeting and event space. Additional Prefunction and Mezzanine areas add 8,900 square feet, ideal for vendors and social networking. 

Why Our Clients Love Us!

Hi Russ!

 

I’ve worked with your staff for about a decade on a number of events, most particularly the Miss Oregon and United Way of Clatsop County annual shows, and wanted to take a moment to share my appreciation of the support they gave us this year.  With the uncertainty going into this years’ Miss Oregon, it was more important than ever to have everyone pulling together and your team did not disappoint.  It’s truly impossible to single out any particular person — at every step, each member of your team was cheerful, welcoming and responsive to even our most last-minute needs.  Each and every one of them deserves praise.

 

I’d also like to note that every visit to the building has seen real steps forward in the facility that offer tangible practical improvements in how we conduct our shows.

 

Over my 25-year-career I have worked in every imaginable caliber of venue and I can honestly say that Seaside Civic & Convention Center stands above any other facility I have experienced.  The business model works for the community and for your guests and keeps everyone feeling like they’re working for the betterment of the show.  That attitude is seen and appreciated.  I look forward to seeing everyone again in November, 2021 for Iron Chef Goes Coastal.

 

Sincerely,

Clint Kaster

Owner SmartTechAV

LOCAL AMENITIES

We’d argue Seaside is the see-and-do capital of the Oregon Coast. But what good are our activities and things to do in Seaside once your meeting or event is over if you don’t know how, when, and where to do them? Simply click on any activity below and learn our tips on how to dive in.

Upcoming Events

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The Oregon Scholastic Chess Federation was founded by parents in 2005 to create opportunities for Oregon kids to compete in high-quality, rated chess tournaments.

900

APR 19

The Gender Advocacy and Inclusion Network (GAIN) in Higher Education is hosting our annual conference in beautiful Seaside, Oregon, April 22-24, 2024.

225

APR 22

Seaside welcomes back the Oregon State Elks Convention

600

APR 25

The Oregon Association of Student Councils is a non-profit member association, serving middle and high schools throughout the state. OASC provides leadership development to both students and advisers.

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APR 27