Astoria Sunday Market Guide 2022

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Astoria Sunday Market is excited to welcome you to

Our 22nd season!

This year we are reviving the joy that comes from talented farm, food, craft, and musical entrepreneurs joining together along the river, and tucked into the historic architecture of Downtown Astoria.


For over 20 years, Astoria Sunday Market has helped to revitalize historic downtown Astoria and to improve the economic viability and vitality of farmers, artists, artisans and other small business operators in the Pacific Northwest. The Market has created a vibrant educational marketplace for the community benefit. The Astoria Sunday Market merged with the Astoria Downtown Historic District Association in 2021, and together they work to preserve and advance historic downtown Astoria’s culture and character through inspired partnerships and community engagement to support a vibrant and resilient economic future for all Astorians.

Growers & Makers Market

Astoria Sunday Market is a ‘Growers & Makers Market’ with a diversity of ever-changing products, produce, and artists who are inspired by the richness of our region. When you shop at the market, you are meeting the people who are making or growing the products. Ask them about it! They’ll be happy to share.

On the cover

Astoria Sunday Market mixed-media collage By Lindsey Aarts When I was asked to create the artwork for the 2022 season, I knew I wanted to make something bright and modern. Through mixed media collage, my hope was to depict the upbeat energy that often radiates from a busy market day. With small vignettes and bits of imagery, I tried to capture familiar scenes from the surrounding area and represent all the growers, artists, makers, and doers that make the Astoria Sunday Market so unique, and successful. It was a joy to create! More of Lindsey’s art can be found at RiverSea Gallery in downtown Astoria or online at For the latest, follow @papernotenastoria on Instagram

New Astoria Sunday Market Logo

In celebration of our 22nd season and the continuation of our thriving market after years of the pandemic, we are releasing a new Astoria Sunday Market logo! Created by Astoria Design Studio, this logo celebrates our beautiful location and flourishing market. In reference to our relationship to the river and our maritime history, you will find a circle of rope and a vibrant compass. Bright yellows and blues mimic the playful weather of our region, often with rays of sunshine greeting us in between rain clouds. In reference to the historic architecture of Downtown Astoria, the lettering of ‘Astoria Sunday Market’ nods to the historic fonts that are displayed on our beautiful buildings that meet the market streets. The burst of red creates the vibrant energy that comes with a fantastic market day–something often remembered for years and years. Thank you Astoria Design Studio for creating this beautiful design. Learn more about them at

Astoria Sunday Market 2022 poster and official art by

Lindsey Aarts

Lindsey Aarts was born and raised on the Gulf Coast of Florida. In 2009, she packed her belongings and headed west to Portland, Oregon. Lindsey has spent a majority of the last thirteen years working as a freelance graphic designer and began to focus on her personal art practice when she moved to Astoria in 2017. During this time, Papernoten was born. A small business specializing in recycled paper greeting cards, fine art prints, and tiny original works (all of Lindsey’s own design). Lindsey finds herself endlessly in awe of the vast Oregon landscape and the beauty of its northernmost coast. In her studio, she creates naturebased watercolor illustration as well as mixed media collages made from soft washes of paint, torn remnants, and textural layers of paper snips. As she works, Lindsey joyfully attempts to capture the character and natural beauty that gives this region its unique identity and sense of place. You can find Lindsey selling her art at the Astoria Sunday Market, teaching watercolor classes at the Columbia River Maritime Museum, offering workshops in the local schools, or spending time outdoors enjoying the Pacific Northwest. • May 8 - October 9, 2022 • 12th Street in Downtown Astoria • 5

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Other North Coast Markets and Food Programs Astoria Sunday Market is just one of many ways to access amazing local food on the North Coast! Make sure to also check out:

Seaside Farmer’s Market

The Seaside Farmers Market accepts EBT with a SNAP Match up to $10 and we’ll be matching up to $20 in Double Up Food Bucks. The programs are combined, so you can potentially swipe $20 on your card and get a total of $50 to spend on fresh produce and food at the market. Our farmers also accept Farm Direct Nutrition Program checks. We’ll have live music, a food court, and around 40 vendors each week. Check our website for the music lineup and a list of vendors.

North Coast Food Web

North Coast Food Web’s Mission is to cultivate healthy communities and a vibrant economy through food and agriculture. They host programs such as the North Coast Online Market, Kitchen Rentals, Farm and Food Business Support, and throw fabulous food events. Their flagship program, the North Coast Online Farmers Market is a weekly year-round market offering foods from over 35 local small farmers, fishers, ranchers, foragers, bakers and makers. You can order for curbside pickup at their office in Astoria. They accept payment via card, check, cash, SNAP benefits, and FDNP checks.You can register online as a customer anytime. Shop Sunday-Tuesday for Thursday pick-up at their office in Astoria!

Food Access

Astoria Sunday Market works to support food access for all visitors and community members alike. The market creates a unique opportunity for you to meet your local farmers and learn all about their farms and the food you are bringing home. Ask your farmers about their products and what it takes to grow them. They’d love to share!


We accept SNAP/EBT and we are so excited to announce that this year we will be distributing Double-Up Food Bucks to all SNAP customers. Double-Up Food Bucks automatically includes an extra $1 for every SNAP dollar spent, up to $20! Many of our farmers also accept Farm Direct Nutrition Program (FDNP) and WIC checks! Learn more about these food access programs at he market’s info booth.

Farm/Food Incubator Program

This year we are launching our brand new Food and Farm Incubation program! This program hosts a booth for new farm and food producers to sell their products and learn all about how to run a successful market booth. ASM, with support from Columbia Pacific Economic Development District and North Coast Food Web, is working with these producers to decrease barriers for bringing farm and food products to the market. In turn, more produce and food will be available directly for you!

North Coast Food Trail

Astoria Sunday Market is on the North Coast Food Trail! Start your journey here! Follow the trail from Astoria, Seaside and Cannon Beach, and through the Tillamook Coast, to find farms, restaurants, breweries, fishing and foraging excursions, and more places that provide a rich local food experience. This region is ripe for culinary exploration. Enter an area of unmatched beauty and adventure–defined by fresh flavors, natural bounty and a variety of unique food experiences.

Fresh Produce

at Astoria Sunday Market

Inspire your dinner plans with a totebag full of the freshest local produce • May 8 - October 9, 2022 • 12th Street in Downtown Astoria • 7

2022 Live Music Schedule Local. Fresh. Sustainable. Riverfront. Live Music. 90% GF.

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Lorna Baxter Trio Richie Bean TBA Greg Parke Richie Bean Seth Howard - Magic Show Absolute Zero TBA Lorna Baxter Trio Ray Prestegard Brownsmead Flats TBA Castletown Sedona Fire Band Brownsmead Flats Ray Prestegard Flying Caravan Castletown Brownsmead Flats Ray Prestegard Lorna Baxter Trio TBA Richie Bean TBA

Check for live music updates and TBA bands throughout the season

Music @ The Market

Locally, fresh & colorful!



at Astoria Sunday Market Dance to live tunes from talented musical guests 8 • • May 8 - October 9, 2022 • 12th Street in Downtown Astoria

Music @ The Market

Check for live music updates and TBA bands throughout the season

Astoria-area indie-punk band with an acoustic set of unbearably honest sounds about life and death. The Brownsmead Flats play acoustic music that may be best described as “Crabgrass” which they liken to a folk/bluegrass style with a maritime flavor. The band has a strong focus on vocal harmonies and many of their songs are composed by members of the group. Dan Sutherland is featured on the hammered dulcimer, fiddle, and mandolin. Ray Raihala picks the banjo, guitar and mandolin. Ned Heavenrich plays harmonica and guitar. John Fenton keeps the band together rhythmically with the bass, and Larry Moore rounds out the group with his expertise on the mandolin.

Castletown performs a high energy show with a sound best described as “AmeriCeltic,” blending the heart and soul of traditional Irish reels with modern folk, blues, jazz and country influences with Robert Richter on lead guitar and vocals, Patricia Rojas on violin, guitar and vocals and Malderine Birmingham on mandolin, vocals, penny whistle, guitar and piano. Willie Jaam Gilmore on bass and Casey McBride on drums form the solid rhythm section. Based in Portland the band has performed at concerts and festivals all around the West Coast opening for notable acts including Internationally known Irish fiddler Kevin Burke and Atlantic Records Recording artist Danny O’Keefe, whose songs have been covered by Jackson Browne, Elvis Presley and many others.

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Music @ The Market

Check for live music updates and TBA bands throughout the season

Ray Prestegard, the multi-instrumentalist returns to the Astoria Sunday Market stage bringing his upbeat energy with banjos, harmonicas, mandolins, ukuleles and slide guitars. He plays original songs of the Pacific Northwest along with familiar tunes he navigates through all age groups.

The North Coast now has its own Magic Store! Seth Howard (owner) has over 20 years experience as a professional magician here in the Pacific Northwest. He is excited to make magic available to everyone. Looking to learn some basic card tricks? How about sleight of hand? The Magic Shop & More offers tricks for every skill level.

Greg Parke gives the term “one man band” a whole new meaning. Using custom built acoustic and electric MIDI guitars, sound modules and loopers, he is able to create an amazingly full sound that seems more like a whole stage full of musicians rather than just one person, all done in real time, with no pre-recorded backing tracks. Greg has also been known to throw in some keyboards, mandolin and banjo from time to time just to spice things up a bit. Combine that with his rich, captivating voice, a very spontaneous and entertaining sense of humor, and you are guaranteed a show that you won’t soon forget!

Richie Bean & the Midnight Travelers play music of Neil Young, CCR, Alman Brothers and hits from the 60’s & 70’s with a few originals thrown in.

Native Portlanders Lorna Baxter vocalist in Jazz, Soul Jazz and beyond is performing with guitarist Matt Schiff and bassist Dan Davis.

Food Court

at Astoria Sunday Market Eat a delicious + unique meal in the coastal sunshine (or coastal drizzle!)

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Arts & Crafts BOOKS

Sabertooth Books (503) 791-4964 Local independent book author Inspirational Books and Paintings (503) 861-9519 Motivation books, adventure + inspiration, nautical paintings

(503) 556-8027 Hand sculpted animal porcelain jewelry

Designs by Jan Lough (360) 581-8855 I upcycle sweatshirts into jackets, coats, appliqued sweatshirts and unique blouses, scarfs and hats

Ricia’s Originals

Fabulous Fleece

(503) 739-0301 Wire work, pottery miniatures, pendants and aluminum jewelry

(503) 741-0780 Fleece blanket with crocheted edges

CLOTHING / FIBER Be Good Monster

Castle Clayworks (503) 200-9428 MAKERS OF FINE STONEWARE POTTERY: Food, Oven, Microwave and Dishwasher Safe

Our vendor directory will tell you about all of our amazing vendors, take you to their websites, and more!

(503) 803-7221 Ceramic grating plate for Garlic, Ginger, Hard Cheeses, Nutmeg and more Stoneware inspired by the sea

Animals are Wise


The Grate Plate



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(503) 750-6146 Fun tee’s and other creations design and made by Matt Wayne

Pelican & Piper (360) 931-3543 Eco-conscience silkscreened & embroidered original designs inspired by the PNW on quality textiles

Purses by Kim

Jean Chase 360-749-4654 Crochet hat + fingerless gloves, catnip balls, fleece dog coats, lace-trimmed flannel shirts

LNM X Sunset Handycrafts Therapeutic flax seed hot and cold packs, rag yarn rugs, and more

Paisleys Pastels Angoras and Yarns (775) 560-3313

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Natural Fine Fibers Angora Yarns, Blended with Exotic Fibers, Batts, Socks

(503) 455-2621 Crocheted purses, scarves, women + children’s hats, scrubbers, headbands, and baby blankets

RedClothespin Eco-towels, bags, and wallets from cotton & linen

River Valley Home Goods (404) 797-4420 Hand poured all natural soy wax candles. Handmade Felt and sublimation products. Nourishing handmade soaps



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DISCOVER & EXPLORE | DAILY 9:30 TO 5 | COLUMBIA RIVER MARITIME MUSEUM | ASTORIA OREGON • May 8 - October 9, 2022 • 12th Street in Downtown Astoria • 11

Robbie’s Korner (503) 475-9584 Aprons for children up to adults, adult bibs, blankets, dog beds, baby gifts and more

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Iittala Marimekko Jewelry Sauna Supplies Specialty Foods Souvenirs Gift Items & much more A Unique



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– Forsythe a home & garden ARTS

Sally’s Satchels (503) 307-8239 Mesh tote bags with fabric accents. Long straps

Salty Style Salty Style creates hand printed ocean inspired block printed clothing

Wrap It Up! Knit, Crochet and Woven (503) 791-2621 Knit, Crochet, & Woven Hats, Scarves, Gloves, and Birds

GLASS Diane Beck’s Creations (360) 431-6652 Custom tumblers glasses mugs, custom coasters, plushies, sewn and crocheted items, jewelry & misc items. Glass Gargoyles (503) 791-3253 Handcrafted Functional Kiln-Fired Glass Art for You and your Home

JEWELRY Artesania Rosa (253) 327-4174 Colorful Jewelry made with seed beads

Becky Sue Creations

Fine Ar t & Potter y Outdoor Ornament Kitchen Linens Jewelr y & Candles Traditional Toys 1124 commercial st. astoria 503.325.2189

503-717-3389 One-of-a-kind wearable art such as barrettes, jewelry, and sewing & crocheting tools. Done in the same method used to make millefiori Italian art glass.

French Cat Studio Vintage-inspired, romantic and whimsical handcrafted jewelry using relics from the past

Joe Steen Gems and silver jewelry

PM Creations (503) 881-0850 Oregon Sunstone, rough, finished stones, jewelry

Val Kates Handcrafted jewelry created from stone, pearls, and crystals. Purses with fabric and pockets.

Zen Living Arts (503) 741-7012 “Jen’s Zen Den” offers holistic healing modalities for balancing energy in mind, body, spirit and space.

METAL Copperwork by Dana Godfrey (503) 318-2666 Copper combined with enamel, wood or stone sculptures and enameled copper jewelry

Minkoff Custom Knives (503) 458-5171 Custom hunting, fishing, pocket, kitchen, collectible knives. PNW Maple cutting boards and products. Knife sharpening.

LEATHER Jared Christian Leather (575) 770-4174 Handcrafted leather bags, wallets, belts

PAINTING Dave Bartholet Wildlife Art (503) 440-7996 Wildlife art in watercolor on paper, canvas, wood & tiles

Illustrated Playing Cards (503) 490-5630 Astoria, Coast, and other cities of the world are featured in these unique playing cards. Each deck contains 52 sketches of famous places.

Mysterious Others (503) 819-1305 @mysteriousothers.comhello Magical Creations to Enchant the Nooks of Your Heart and Home

Ten Sword Studios (503) 858-0182 Original acrylic paintings and archival giclee paper and canvas prints by artist Christopher Michael Creath.

Silver Ram Design (907) 350-6063 Kokedamas with locally harvested moss, succulent arrangements and wind chimes made from recycled materials

Trillium Metal Art (503) 458-6910 Northwest wildlife scenes, interpreted in steel. Clear coated to last, ready to hang.

Artists / Crafters at Astoria Sunday Market

Meet artists and crafters to learn about their unique and inspired handcrafted products

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PHOTOGRAPHY Sue Olson Photography (503) 717-2174 Digital photographs: matted, framed, magnets, coasters, and notecards

Long Weekend Come sit for your original Polaroid portrait & shop dreamy Polaroid prints of the PNW.

PHOTOGRAPHY Kanobi Candle (347) 843-2906 Handcrafted soy candles, phthalate-free and nitro musk-free premium fragrance, cotton wick

Ocean Green Healing (503) 975-9753 Based out of North Portland, Ocean Green Healing is a small producer of all natural, locally sourced, and consciously crafted CBD infused bath and body products.

Rainbow Lotus Healing (503) 741-9822 Astrological and Intuitive Readings that combines Sedona’s intuitive guidance with Michael’s astrological wisdom

Royal Makaha - Good Vibration Blends (503) 395-5744 Sacred Essential Oil Blends and Anointing oils for your well-being created by a Registered Aromatherapist

Sunset Beach Products

Sunset Cedar

(503) 701-1076 21st season in ASM, maker of finer soaps, lotions and healing balms since 2002

(503) 791-9792 Cedar or Redwood bird houses or feeders, gazebos, trellises. Chain saw carvings, sculptures, paintings, drawings.

The Magical Bee


(503) 764-8709 Beeswax coconut soy wax candles, handcrafted soaps, and body care

WOOD Ashriver Woodworks (503) 206-9506 Reclaimed and Epoxy wood furniture and home decor custom made

Hammered Frets


Buddha Kat Winery We produce delicious fruit and varietal wines as well as award winning port-style wines

Nehalem Bay Winery 503-368-9463 Traditional red and white, fruit and berry specialty wines

(360) 910-3636 Fully playable and gig worthy cigar box guitars and ukuleles

Pilot House Distilling

Honest Wear

Astoria Tea Company

(503) 286-9420 Tiny wooden tree sculptures & seasonal home decor made from reclaimed lumber and found objects

(503) 741-3101 Award winning spirits made in Astoria

(503) 791-8983 Tea that soothes the soul, tea that brings the joy, come over and sip some blissFlowers

Specializing in Fruit Wines & Port Style Wines 37 N Edgewood, Seaside • (503) 739-7023 6260 Blimp Blvd, Tillamook • (907) 244-1685

Knotty & Knautical (360) 244-0958 Wood coasters, metal beaded bookmarks

New Leaf Designs (360) 589-2456 Custom home decor and gifts • May 8 - October 9, 2022 • 12th Street in Downtown Astoria • 13

FLOWERS Lucky Farms Flowers (971) 359-3602 Fresh cut locally grown flowers that are individually arranged to be unique and different.

River City Flower Farm (503) 368-3766 An abundant variety of local cut flowers organically grown on the Oregon Coast

Xia’s Fresh Cut Flowers (503) 999-0523 Freshly Cut Flowers and Bouquets

FOOD COURT - HOT FOOD Antojos salvadoreña (503) 305-0061 Delicious authentic handmade Pupusas, pastelito, & tamales

Crabby Addie’s Fish & Chips (503) 841-9465 Ready to Eat Seafood Specialties, Fish and Chips, Chowders, Bisques and rotating specials

It’s All Greek to Me (503) 706-9898 Gyros, reg veg GF;spanakopita and Tiropites, Opa salad, desserts, hummus Tzatziki Lemonade Greek Coffee

The Lunch Box

Columbia Energy Bar

J + Y Kettle Corn

(360) 747-4942 Gourmet burgers, french fries, hand-dipped corn dogs, and famous lemonades

(503) 468-2469 Cashew and date based snack with unique flavors

(360) 957-3098 Many varieties of kettle and caramel corn

Montealban Restaurant (503) 741-3013 Comida oaxaquena auténtica

Sue’s Awesome Crabcakes (360) 783-2975 Delicious & Local Crabcakes

PACKAGED FOOD Avella Mercato (541) 408-7784 Premium cask aged Balsamic Vinegars & Olive Oils flavored with crushed fruits, herbs, and extracts

The Beautiful Pig (360) 749-9941 Premium European style dry cured salami with both traditional and highly original flavors.

Brevin’s Solid Gold Fudge (503) 338-0118 Over 30 flavors of fudge to choose from

Cranberry Kitchen 1-800-CRANBERRY Whole dried Cranberry, Blueberry and Cherry blended fruit bags and Premium Nut blended Trail Mixes

Esotico Pasta (503) 705-4442 • Hand crafted artisan gourmet dried pasta in 13 flavors and 5 different styles.

Genesis Chocolate (503) 702-5488 Handcrafted artisan truffles Astoria made

The Hummus Stop (360) 608-9541 Innovative Mediterranean cuisine 14 flavors of hummus chips pita salads

Kimo’s Dip (503) 314-0378 • 23 blends of herbs and spices used to make dips, sauces, or spreads

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ManJa Creations Artisan Food Company (360) 798-9659 Homestyle, original family recipe. Vegan & Gluten Free. Locally sourced and produced. Family and Women owned small business based in SW Washington.

NWNut (360) 635-2722 Sugar glazed almonds, pecans, cashews and hazelnuts, salted hazelnuts, chocolate covered nuts and english toffee

Olivers Gourmet Company (360) 977-1440 Pickled garlic & veggies, hand stuffed olives, all natural cocktail mixes

The Pie Guy 503-809-9999 Homemade, butter crust, gourmet dessert pies in multiple sizes and varieties

Romero’s Salsa (503) 258-7667 Romero’s salsa is a local family business based Portland, Oregon. We sell delicious salsa, pico de gallo, guacamole, and tortilla chips.

T-Bee-S Honey (503) 858-7207 A wide selection of raw honey and bee products to benefit your overall health and well-being

That’s Good Garlic (971) 235-7356 Good Garlic Whip!

Willapa River Goods (360) 529-1559 Delicious Granola, Energy Bars, and more from our Home Kitchen

PLANTS Kjewels Farm (503) 325-0998 Grown by organic methods in Clatsop County

L&R Hanging baskets, trees, shrubs, perennial and ground cover plants.

GC Omni (971) 226-9345 Grasses, Japanese Maples, Bushes, Evergreen Plants


Baird Family Orchards Delicious peaches, cherries, apricots, nectarines, apples, and Dorris Hazelnuts

De Asis Farm + Produce (509) 969-6694 Original farmer at market. Asian and American Veggies

Jo’s Country Market / IKO Farms (360) 957-3098 Fresh Hermiston Melon & local produce

Laughing Rabbit Farm (805) 470-9710 Gourmet salad greens, edible flowers, and fresh herbs for tea and medicine making

Necanicum Fresh Farm (503) 440-0624 Naturally grown produce with beyond organic methods. Vegetable and flower plants

Price Right Produce & Nursery (503) 516-6705 Fruits, Vegetables, Perennial Plants, Herbs, berries, and more

Spring Up Farm Certified organic produce grown locally in Knappa, OR


Our vendor directory will tell you about all of our amazing vendors, take you to their websites, and more!



Iconic Americana Folk Artist Originals, Prints, Rare, & Collectibles Iconic images of Astoria & the Oregon Coast Now showing at the

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Dogs @ The Market

Doggie Doo-do’s and Don’ts Astoria Sunday Market is a dog-gone friendly place. We are also a bustling and lively affair so not all dogs will be wagging their tails during their stay. If you have a nervous dog or one that is not well socialized, please consider leaving them at home. Here are a few Doggie Doo-do’s and Don’ts to help make your visit more enjoyable for yourself, your pup, the vendors and all the other good folks visiting the Market.

Short Leash:

Please keep your dog on a short leash and do not use retractable leashes. The Market is a crowded place and it is easy for other visitors to trip over leashes (or your dog).

No Doo-Doo Allowed:

Please be sure your dog has been thoroughly walked in an appropriate area before coming to the Market. If your dog has taken care of his business at home they are less likely to need relief at the Market. If Mother Nature does call, please PLEASE clean up after your dog. We have doggie-emergency cleaning kits at the Market Info Booth.

No “tinkling” on vendor products or tents!

(One would think this doesn’t need to be spelled out but alas…) Please curb your dog. Some of our vendors charge dog-owners a cleaning fee of $50 or more and the Market supports them in this endeavor.

Inquisitive Noses:

Dogs follow their noses, especially around food. We request that dogs and their noses be kept away from our food vendor booths. We suggest having a friend sit with the dog at one of the tables while you find your favorite snack or meal.


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Not Everyone is Nuts About Mutts:

Please remember that not everyone loves dogs the way you do and some people may even be afraid of dogs – especially the large breeds. No matter how sweet and adorable you know your pooch to be, please be respectful of others. We strive to maintain a fun and pleasant environment for everyone and with your cooperation we can continue being dog-gone friendly!

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Market BizKidz

Biz Kidz is a collaborative project between ASM and Clatsop County 4-H to encourage youth to become entrepreneurs. Market Biz Kidz helps youth learn the basics of making, promoting, and selling a product. During the season they sell products of their own design together in their own market booth. Make sure to find these young entrepreneurs on most Sundays! They always have the most fabulous handmade goods to share with you.

This year the program took a trip to local brick and mortar clothing, pottery, and painting workshops. The youth did hands-on projects and saw that successful businesses can be grown with hard-work and creativity! Thank you Shift Wheeler and Cambium for helping to make this happen!


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Explore Historic Downtown Astoria!

Astoria Art, Music & Events venues

2022 Astoria Downtown Events

Goonies Day Throughout Astoria June 7

Scandinavian Midsummer Festival June 17-19

Liberty Theater

Astor Street Opry Company

Clatsop County Fairgrounds

The Ten Fifteen Theater

129 West Bond (503) 325-6104

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Every Second Saturday • Noon – 8 pm Tour various downtown galleries, restaurants, studios and shops for art, music and fun! (503) 440-7168

Astoria Visual Arts

1650 Exchange Street (503) 791-6064

Throughout the season there are many events taking place in and around Downtown Astoria and at numerous restaurants, venues, and more! We encourage visitors to enjoy all that Astoria offers during your visit!

2nd Saturday Artwalk

Astoria Armory

1295 Duane Street (503) 741-9694

1203 Commercial Street (503) 325-5922

92937 Walluski Loop, Astoria, OR (503) 325-4600

1015 Commercial Street (503) 298-5255

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About Downtown activities, regional events and volunteer opportunities: Astoria Riverfront Trolley

Become a Conductor/Motorman! (503) 325-6311

Astoria-Warrenton Chamber of Commerce & Oregon Visitor Center (503) 325-6311 111 West Marine drive

Clatsop Animal Assistance (503) 861-0737

Downtown Astoria Museums Clatsop Cruise Hosts

Don’t forget to ride the Astoria Riverfront trolley!

Astoria Open Studio Tour July 30 + 31

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Explore Downtown at Astoria Sunday Market

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Explore Historic Downtown Astoria! The best part is, everything is within walking distance of the market! Get to the Astoria Sunday Market without your car! Step outside the Sunday Market to discover magical Historic Downtown Astoria. Resurrected twice from fires and almost floating on fishing piers, you will find a treasure trove of treats and unique experiences. Choose from dozens of delicious restaurants, view gallery after gallery of fine art, and continue your shopping at our unique locally-owned shops. Don’t forget to grab a craft beer at one of our many local breweries!

Downtown Astoria Museums

As the first American settlement West of the Rockies, our museums tell wonderful stories. Clatsop County Historical Society Flavel House Museum (8th & Duane) Heritage Museum (16th & Exchange) Oregon Film Museum (8th & Duane) Columbia River Maritime Museum (1792 Marine Drive)

Other Things to Do!

Astoria River Walk is a great way to get some exercise and enjoy amazing views. The River Walk stretches the entire length of town from the Port on the west end to the Alderbrook neighborhood on the east end. Astoria Sunday Market is just two blocks from the river walk at the end of 12th and it is a comfortable walk to the Columbia River Maritime Museum and for the more adventurous to Pier 39 (about another mile east). The park at the Astoria Column is open with stunning views of the entire region (even without climbing the column!)


It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood… One of Astoria’s many charms is our delightful neighborhoods.

Historic Downtown is the heartbeat of Astoria stretching from 5th Street to 17th and from the waterfront to Exchange Street. Listed on the National Historic Registry, this neighborhood is the primary entertainment, dining and shopping district for the community with easy walking access to the river walk, waterfront, historic buildings, and museums. Union Town is one of the oldest neighborhoods and is also listed on the National Historic registry. Union Town is the area from the Dough Boy display to the roundabout and from Alameda to the water. The West Mooring Basin and its marina is a popular place to enjoy the beauty of the area. Alameda offers an almost pristine street of 1890 – 1910 homes. This neighborhood offers hotels, two canneries, a shipyard and three of the oldest bars on the coast! Upper Town (meaning upper Astoria) was historically the section of town separated from downtown by Scow Bay. Its borders are 40th on the east, the area where the street numbers skip from 23rd to 26th on the west, the river on the north, and Irving on the south. For reference, a scow is a flat-bottomed barge. Today Upper Town is most noted for the Firefighter’s Museum located at 29th and Marine Drive. Also in this neighborhood are some historic buildings, including a pub called Desdemona – affectionately referred to as “The Dirty D” in homage to its once roughand-tumble past that included a reputation for its trap-door where unlucky fellows would be shanghaied. East of town is home to the historic Pier 39 that offers a cannery museum, brewery and restaurant, coffee shop, overnight accommodations, a crab company and variety of other goods and services. Access to Pier 39 is over a wooden pier that juts out into the Columbia River and can be accessed by foot or car. Alderbrook is located just off Highway 30 east of town and is the collection of homes that can be seen below the highway. Established in the late 1800’s, at one time it was its own community with a mill, canneries, a school, and church – all connected to the rest of Astoria via a trolley car. Today the Astoria River Walk connects Alderbrook to downtown and beyond. Walking across the old railroad trestles provides a stunning view of the river and the community. Astoria has many other neighborhoods that locals often reference including Peter Pan, the South Slope (WWII and newer homes), Miles Crossing, and Jeffers Garden – each with their distinct personalities. • May 8 - October 9, 2022 • 12th Street in Downtown Astoria • 21

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