We’re turning 23, so we’re inviting all our friends over for the party!
FRANKIE VALLI AND THE FOUR SEASONS perform JUNE 21 & 22 in the Showroom
ANNIVERSARY DRAWINGS JUNE 22-23, 2018
KIA 4 THE WIN DRAWING JUNE 24, 2018
FREE ANNIVERSARY CUPCAKES JUNE 22 & 23 at 1PM in the Casino lobby
Birthday cupcakes served while supply lasts. Fireworks display subject to weather safety delay/cancellation. Promotion subject to change or cancellation without notice.
Chinook Winds Casino Resort, owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians of Oregon, celebrates 23 years in business in 2018. The fun filled Anniversary weekend, June 21-24, includes fireworks, free live music at Chinook’s Seafood Grill, anniversary cupcakes, and two nights live with Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. The massive Fireworks display is back for Saturday night, June 23, starting at approximately 10pm! The fireworks tradition is one which guests from all over the state of Oregon have enjoyed for more than 16 years.
It’s an Anniversary Party so we’re inviting all our friends for a chance at a KIA 4 the Win promotion!
Starting May 28, guests who are members of the Winners Circle (free to join) have multiple opportunities to earn entries to win one of four Kia Forte cars. Drawings are June 3, 10, 17 and 24 at 4pm with four winners every week! The grand prize each week is a 2018 Kia Forte and three runner-up prizes of 1,000 $andDollars free slot play. Complete rules and how to earn entries are available at the Winners Circle or on our website at www.chinookwindscasino.com.
Frankie Valli, who came to fame in 1962 as the lead singer of the Four Seasons, is hotter than ever in the 21st century. Thanks to the volcanic success of the Tony-winning musical Jersey Boys, which chronicles the life and times of Frankie and his legendary group, such classic songs as “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk Like a Man,” “Rag Doll,” and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” are all the rage all over again. As the play enters its third sold-out year on Broadway, and two touring companies of Jersey Boys travel around the U.S., the real Frankie Valli is packing concert halls coast to coast, from the Rose Theater, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City, to L.A.’s Kodak Theater, home of the Academy Awards. And he’ll take the Chinook Winds stage on Thursday and Friday night, June 21 & 22, at 8pm. Tickets range from $65-$80 and are on sale now by calling the Chinook Winds Box office at 1-888-244-6665 or go online to www.chinookwindscasino.com.
At Chinook’s Seafood Grill, enjoy the sounds of Rock and Roll Cowboys June 22 & 23, 8pm to midnight. Find out more about them at www.facebook.com/rnrcowboys.
History of Chinook Winds Casino Resort:
In May of 1995, after intense planning and three years of negotiation at the local, state and federal level, the Siletz Tribe opened a 10,000 square foot temporary facility known affectionately as “The Tent”. With only 250 slots, 12 card tables and a small deli, “the tent” opened under the name “Chinook Winds Gaming Center”. Chinook Winds faced anti-Indian and anti-casino protests suggesting the casino would attract drugs, prostitutes and organized crime. Opposition soon dissipated when the casino proved not only to be a major economic asset to the local community without the predicted evils but a valued partner that enhanced Lincoln City’s quality of life. Just over one year later, the grand opening of Chinook Winds Casino Resort took place on June 28th, 1996.
In 2004 the Siletz Tribe purchased the ocean front hotel adjacent to the casino. The resort offers 243 rooms including 160 oceanfront rooms; 61 of them fireplace suites. Guests at Chinook Winds hotel are just steps away from the beach and stunning sunsets. The hotel houses a Jacuzzi, indoor heated swimming pool and workout facility, 7,500 square feet of meeting space, Wi-Fi and a complimentary shuttle to the casino which is located adjacent to the hotel. For guests traveling with families, the Play Palace provides a supervised activity center complete with a café for meals and snacks. For teens, the Games Galore Arcade is located right next door. Chinook’s Seafood Grill, located at the hotel, has stunning views of the ocean, a lounge with live entertainment on weekends and the perfect spot to enjoy drinks and conversation with friends around the fire pit.
The casino offers five dining options whether you’re in the mood for a quick bite or fine dining. The Rogue River Steakhouse offers a panoramic a view of the Pacific Ocean from every table. The steakhouse serves lunch and dinner featuring Pacific Northwest selections and local wines. When the steakhouse closes for dining the Rogue River Lounge heats up on weekends with a DJ and dancing. For guests that prefer having a wide selection of items to choose from, the Siletz Bay Buffet is the place to go. The buffet has a different featured item such as Pacific Rim, south of the Border and Texas Barbeque daily and an omelet station with made to order omelets during breakfast hours. If you have a craving for ice cream or just a quick snack, the Euchre Creek Deli offers sandwiches, salads, burgers, pizza, soup and ice cream snacks.
The aesthetics at the Casino reflect the Siletz Tribe’s ownership, with the decor incorporating the beauty of nature with the symbols and traditions of the Tribe. Huge boulders harvested from Tribal land are the foundation for an indoor waterfall flowing into a pond that was designed to resemble Euchre Creek, an important cultural site to the Siletz Tribe. Coins thrown into the pond for luck contribute to the Tribe’s education fund. Painted on the exterior of the building is a weave design that pays tribute to the Tribe’s traditional basket weaving techniques. Salmon decorate both interior and exterior areas as a salute to a fish that has an important role in the history of the Tribe.
The Casino offers over 1,100 slot machines including a non-smoking section and a high stakes lounge. Table games include Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Three Card Poker, Fortune Pai Gow Poker, Bonus Let-It-Ride, Poker, Keno and a 1,000 seat bingo hall. Chinook Winds Casino Resort is proud to offer headline entertainment monthly, comedy acts and signature outdoor events.
The Convention Center, located on the second floor of the casino, accommodates major indoor events like MMA competitions, national pool tournaments, art shows and large charity fundraisers, conventions and gatherings from weddings to reunions.
In 2005, the Resort was expanded further with the addition of a nearby 79 acre golf course, Chinook Winds Golf Resort. The 18-hole course includes a pro-shop, the only indoor driving range on the Oregon Coast, fitness center, Aces Sports Bar & Grill and meeting rooms.
For those who bring their lodging with them, Logan Road RV Park was constructed and is owned by the Siletz Tribe. Offering fifty-one spaces, and all modern amenities, the RV Park is within walking distance of the Casino and the beach, or guests can ride the complimentary shuttle to the casino.
The combination of amenities has made Chinook Winds Casino Resort Oregon’s premier coastal destination. The friendliness of the team members keeps guests returning time after time.
Chinook Winds hosts many charitable events, sponsors numerous community activities, and makes not only monetary contributions to various non-profit organizations, but provides assistance through in-kind services, technical support, and team member volunteers throughout the community.
The Siletz Tribe is proud of its contributions through employment, monetary donations, and cooperative measures to the Siletz community, Lincoln County, and the state of Oregon. The Tribe has honored its tradition of sharing within the community by distributing more than $12 million through the Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund and other tribal resources. Chinook Winds has donated more than $3 million in cash and fundraising items since it opened in 1995.
The revenue generated by Chinook Winds goes directly to the Siletz Tribe after all operating expenses are paid. Today the Siletz Tribe and Chinook Winds Casino together is the largest employer in Lincoln County, contributing significantly to the health, well being and economic stability of its residents.