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19th Season! Astoria Sunday Market was founded in 2000 to revitalize its historic downtown. The success of the Market has been even greater than imagined and today it is a core feature of this coastal river town. Locals and tourists alike enjoy the bustling, colorful and lively weekly Market.

Board Jack N. Ficken, President Leslie McCray, Vice-President Greg Cross, Treasurer Beth Kandoll, Secretary Joe Di Bartolomeo

Staff Cyndi Mudge, Executive Director Ashley Mundel, Seasonal Market Maven

Market Crew Paul St. James & Company Donovan Burns, Operations Assistant

Contact the Market (503) 325-1010 P.O. Box 973 Astoria, OR 97103

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Programs of ASM While the seasonal Sunday market is our centerpiece program, we have created other activities and events that also fulfill our mission. Past projects have included Winter Pop-Up markets, Commercial Fishermen’s Festival, Dog Day Afternoon fashion show fundraiser for Clatsop Animal Assistance, and the Rubber Boot Stomp raising awareness and funds for The Harbor.

Young Entrepreneur’s Club and Market Biz Kidz This is a collaborative project with Clatsop County 4-H to encourage young people to become entrepreneurs. We provide an annual workshops and online training where kids learn the basics of making, promoting and selling a product. During the season we provide tents, tables and other gear. The Market Biz Kidz vend together in one location. We also offer grants to those who vend five or more times and turn in a completed business plan and grant application.

Cruise Ship Markets


Astoria Sunday Market provides vendors at the Port of Astoria creating a festive welcoming for the Cruise Ships. The Clatsop Cruise Ship Hosts – a non-profit educational organization that provides more than 150 volunteers to welcome Cruise guests to our city – take the lead in this effort and work closely with the Market and the Port of Astoria.

The Astoria Sunday Market is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization formed 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 is dedicated to creating a vibrant educational marketplace for the community benefit.

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Card Karma! We did something different this year with our art!

Thank you Guys & Dolls Beauty Salon!

In 2014 our vendors were gathered for an annual meeting where they sat in groups at tables. They were challenged with putting together a group painting or collage that depicted their ideas for “the color of fresh” at the Market. Six of those images were chosen for our poster and postcards promoting our season in 2019. There are seven different postcards in circulation – some are depicted in this guide – can you find all seven? • 3

Funds raised by Astoria Sunday Market are reinvested in historic downtown Astoria, community projects, and local enterprises that support the Market’s mission. Astoria Sunday Market has contributed more than $175,000, including donations to:

Cindy Erickson making glass beads.

13th Street Lighting Project Astoria Armory Astoria Christmas Club Astoria Downtown Historic District Association


Astoria Ferry project Astoria Music Festival Astoria Regatta Astor Street Opry Company City of Astoria, 2011-12 Streetscape funding and other revitalization Construction of public restrooms in downtown Astoria Liberty Theater The Garden of Surging Waves Chinese commemorative Park Purchase of bikes for police officers to patrol the River Walk Performing Arts Center Re-paving of 12th Street and of the Plaza parking lot at 12th & Duane In 2017, Astoria Sunday Market also donated $5,000 to the City of Astoria Parks and Recreation Department to support their ongoing efforts that improve our community every day.

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Makers & Growers Astoria Sunday Market is a Growers/Makers market. We take pride in our vendors who make or grow their products. When you shop at the market you are meeting the people who are directly involved with making what they are selling. Our vendors occasionally have agents who substitute for them if away (full-time vendors can use an agent up to three times), but even the agents are carefully selected who know the products well or have worked with the creator. We do our best to cultivate a wide selection of products, produce and artists to make the market an interesting and ever-changing place to explore.

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The Dog Card “We are a dog-gone friendly market!” You can help us keep it dog-gone friendly by picking up after your favorite pooch and keeping them on a short leash.

Art of the Market Astoria Sunday Market uses original art from a regional artist for promotional materials. Here are examples from past markets.

ENCHANTMENT AT THE ONGO BONGO KLUB is typical of the humorous approach Americana Artist Bill W. Dodge takes to the world of felines.

Bill W. Dodge is Back!

2017 by Bill W. Dodge

Nationally known Americana artist Bill W. Dodge, who turned 85 this past February, has given up! No, not retiring - he's tried that before - actually 3 times - he's given up retiring Bill returns to the Sunday Market with the declaration he'll be there every Sunday of the season, not just the one Sunday a month schedule he has kept more recently. Additionally, he's expanding the distribution of his line of fine art signed and numbered Giclee numbered prints. In April he announced a new art association with Luminari Arts in downtown Astoria who will be responsible for marketing his original paintings as well as the fine art giclee prints. The Columbia River Maritime Museum will continue to exclusively represent all of the artist's Astoria/Columbia River scenes as they have done for the past decade (he has been at the Sunday Market almost since its inception, ranking him among the current longest original vendors.) For any "All My Children” TV soap opera fans, Bill will exhibit the last known copy of a print appearing in Cliff and Nina's TV soap opera apartment for four years (he provided art to the series for a 4 year period)

2010 by Don Nisbett

2011 by Ronni Harris

The Sea Lion Card “Everyone shops at Astoria Sunday Market” You never know who you will meet!

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Locally, fresh and colorful!

Music @ the Market

2019 Food Court Stage Schedule We take pride in the music booked at Astoria Sunday Market – all bands play original music! May 12

August 4

Floating Glass Balls

Ray Prestegard

May 19

August 11

Greg Parke

Rhythm Method

May 26

August 18

Richie Bean & The Midnight Travelers

Dave Quinton & Brad Griswold Duo

June 2

August 25

Desdemona Jazz

Elena Welch

June 9

September 1

Wayward Ones Trio

Brownsmead Flats

June 16

September 8

Elena Welch

Greg Parke

June 23

September 15

Double J & The Boys

Ron Burghard

June 30

September 22

Greg Parke

SWINGCATS of Astoria

July 7

September 29

Brownsmead Flats

Ray Prestegard

July 14

October 6


Greg Parke

July 21

October 13

Bar K Buckaroos

Ian & Maia Clemens

July 28

This is the revised schedule for 2019. Bands subject to change.

Ron Burghard

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Bar-K Buckaroos July 21 The Bar-K Buckaroos play traditional western swing dance music in the style of Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys. The band is made up of north coast musicians, featuring Brad Griswold on Rhythm guitar, Dave Quinton on bass, Richard Thomasian on lead guitar, Tom Peake on drums and John Orr on pedal steel. Collectively these musicians have played in such notable north coast bands as The Floating Glass Balls, The Bond Street Blues Band, The Swingcats, Acoustica, and Ma'Barley. Together they bring their love of Bluegrass, Country, Jazz, Blues and Reggae to form a great evening of western swing and 20's-40's era swing music.

Brownsmead Flats July 7 & September 1 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 and reflect on living in the Pacific Northwest. A variety of instruments are played by the quintet. 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 mandolin and occasional flashes of fancy foot work. The Brownsmead Flats create a festive atmosphere where audiences are encouraged to participate by singing along, doing hand motions, and participating in dances taught by the band. The versatility of the group allows them to generate music for audiences of all ages. Their tight harmonies and enjoyment of making music together translate into an event guaranteed to fill audiences with song and mirth.

Ron Burghard of CM Riders

Floating Glass Balls May 12

July 28 & September 15

The Floating Glass Balls is a lively string band that jumped the fence, ran off to unlikely places and brought music back for their coastal friends. This is a happy mix of Appalachia and Bayou Tech by way of Jamaica, Amsterdam and Astoria. They call it Beachgrass.

Ron has lived throughout the Western US (WA, MT, NM, CA, ID and Oregon for 35 years). He currently lives along the Nehalem River with his dog Cricket and horses Maria and Ruby. Although he has moved around a lot, he has maintained a place in Seaside for over 35 years, keeping his connection to Clatsop County. Thus, his music tends to reflect the West with emphasis on Western Folk and Classic Country Music.

Greg Parke The North Coast's very own 'Desdemona Jazz' features a world-class front-line of saxophone and guitar performing an array of styles ranging from traditional to complex, inspired by the major jazz composers from the '40s through '70s.

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Portland based "Castletown" has a sound best described as "AmeriCeltic," blending the heart and soul of traditional Irish reels with modern folk, blues, jazz and country influences with singer/songwriter Heidi Beth Sadler on violin and vocals and singer/songwriter Robert Richter on guitar and vocals. They are known for their engaging and high energy live performances. Castletown’s new CD is titled “Traditions” and features 15 songs.

Dave Quinton & Brad Griswold Duo August 18 Play folk, country, bluegrass and swing on guitar, banjo and mandolin.

Bringing his popular mix of soulful ballads and feettapping dance music to the Market again this season! He features his own original tunes.

Castletown July 14

May 19, June 30, September 8 & October 6

Desdemona Jazz June 2

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Double J and the Boys June 23 Everyone loves this foot-stomping folk/country band, with a mix of classics and funny originals, energetic fiddle tunes and real live yodeling. Look for Double J and the Boys on Facebook

The Music Card

Astoria Sunday Market features fresh and locally grown artists! Each week performing on its Music Stage located in the Food Court. Our music is as original as the market! Musicians perform all original or public domain music. • 7

Music @ the Market

Wayward Ones June 9

Ray Prestegard August 4 & September 29 Ray Prestegard of "Giants in the Trees" and "Spar Pole" is pleased to announce he will be performing original songs this year at the Astoria Sunday Market. Featuring Banjo, Ukulele, Dobro, Slide Guitar and a Box Guitar made by a ASM vender Allan Matta.

Richie Bean & The Midnight Travelers May 26 Richie Bean & the Midnight Riders is a talented group of musicians that play Folk-Rock with a twist. They have a great time playing and entertaining the audience everywhere.

Rob Larkin & The Wayward Ones bring a fresh, edgy twist to vintage bluesy rock, flavored with funky soul and sweet Americana. Deeply influenced by the soulful vibe of 70s music, the band’s music is a mix of earthy grooves, sweet harmonies, and catchy hooks. Live shows feature soulful vocal harmonies and righteous guitar interplay, riding on a solid foundation of infectious grooves. Check out live videos and more at:

Alena Welch June 16 & August 25

Rhythm Method August 11 We’re excited to join the Astoria Market and the fine list of North Coast musicians you present.

September 22

The Merlins - Ian & Maia Clemons October 13 The Merlins are Ian (Button Accordion and singing) and Maia Clemons (Fiddle), Western Oregon's premier father-and-daughter folk music duo. Based in Gaston, The Merlins delight in performing across the Willamette Valley, Portland, and the Oregon long as they're not out too late on a school night! We look forward to entertaining you!

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SWINGCATS of Astoria SWINGCATS of Astoria is a 5 piece band that plays Jazz in the style of all eras. Swing from the 30's, Gypsy Jazz, Standards , Bossa Nova, Fusion, Blues, Western Swing. This year, Richard Thomasian, founder/leader of SWINGCATS of Astoria and member of, Maggie and the KATZ – The Bar-K-Buckaroos – T&T, is proud to be accompanied by Ted Brainard on bass, Larry Aldred on drums, Bob (Bobcat) Rice on guitar and Jeffery Reynolds on violin.

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Elena Welch currently lives and performs in Portland, Oregon. Elena is a jazz and blues vocalist greatly influenced by her 10 fun and formative years of living in the music city of Chicago, Illinois. She has a degree in voice from Columbia College Chicago where she studied under the direction of William Russo (Stan Kenton’s musical director.) Elena is pleased to have four CDs to her credit. “Catnip Cafe” a swinging compilation with an all-star 6-piece band produced in 2003 and “Talk to Me” an intimate and soulful work completed in 2008. “Live at the Blue Dragon” recorded live at a wonderful club in Kawaihae Harbor on the Big Island in 2011 and “Eastside Sessions” recorded in 2012, which is a tribute to and features the late great bassist, John Parker.

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astoria sunday market Art: Fine Art & Prints, Painted Crafts Dave Bartholet Gallery Dave Bartholet Dave Bartholet is noted nationally for his wildlife art. Purchase prints, tiles, t-shirts, cards, magnets and coasters directly from Dave.

Bill W. Dodge Americana Art 503-861-8137 It was expected Bill W. Dodge would end up as an artist of some kind by virtue of his birthplace on February 21, l934: a motion picture sound stage in the Charlie Chaplin Film Studio at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and La Brea Avenue, Hollywood, California. Dodge's father, George, was a member of Chaplin's lighting crew. As the artist explains: "Mom went to pick up dad from work and, as I tell friends, dad was late and I was early." Bill is a talented and highly regarded artist making Astoria his home for over two decades.

Dallas Pattie Arts Dallas Pattie 503-717-3591

Vendor Guide We are proud to list our full-time vendors in the Market Guide! Astoria Sunday Market also has part time and occasional vendors ensuring there is something new every week. Beer/Wine/Spirits

Body Care, Soap & Massage

Buddha Kat Winery

Allow Your Body to Heal

Ben Schlattman 314-496-9107 www.BuddhaKatWinery We are a boutique winery in Sandy, Oregon and a wine shop in Seaside. Come by and taste our award-winning fruit and grape wines!

Isa Haverlan 503-325-3887 Healing massages to restore yourself. Massages given by Isa Haverlan or Shawn Marie Flynn, Reiki Body Butter,,

Nehalem Bay Winery Gary Gibson and Kyle Klobertanz 503-368-9463 Wine tasting and sales. Reds, white and fruit wines. Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Cranpere, Peach, Plum and Blackberry wines. Seasonal wine and special prices at the Market.

Pilot House Spirits Chrstina & Lawrence Cary We are local distillery with tasting rooms in both Astoria and Seaside. You can sample at Astoria Sunday Market where our bottled gin, vodka whiskey and Absinthe are sold. We also have rum, whiskey, tequila, coffee liqueur and aquavit and our own Bloody Mary Mix.

NW Therapeutics Kat Silveira 360-980-7667 All natural herbal infused skin care.

Mary’s Milk Monsters Mary Altieri 503-325-3187 Locally hand-crafted goat milk soap using milk from my goats, pure olive oil and natural essential oils. I also sell feed bag totes.

The Fresh Card

We are the color of fresh! From our flowers to our produce and delightful artisans Image by Tara Kloida



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Ceramics/Clay/Stone Ricia’s Originals Ricia Parcher Wire work, miniatures, pottery, City Jewelry made from aluminum and holographic designs.

The Grate Plate Deborah Murphy 503-803-7221 Ceramic grating plate made by Deborah, & Hillary Murphy.

Oh! Sullivan Studio Vicki & Michael Sullivan 503-468-0192 All handmade, not wheel-thrown, porcelain and stoneware. Ceramic items includes mugs, plates and vases, sculptures and fantasy fish wall art

Stoneware By Cheryl

Body Care, Soap & Massage Royal Makaha, Inc. – Good Vibration Blends Julie Greene 503-395-5744 Soothing organic essential oil blends for your vibrant well-being and love through aroma therapy. We also have affirmation oil stones in sachet bags.

Sunset Beach Products Richard Smith 503-701-1076 Personal care: Organic soaps, lotion, balms, essential oils, health and well-being.

Tighty Whitey Soap & Candle Harron Ellosu 808-443-4990

Cheryl Beers Fanciful high fire stoneware garden art including frogs, cats, gnomes, garden balls, planters, lady bugs and sea turtles.

Fabric Crafts: Cloth Creations/Clothing, Accessories Creations by Ginger Ginger Davis 503-325-4104 Astoria themed embroidered sweatshirts and hats. Dog apparel, collars, harnesses and leashes. Miscellaneous polar fleece items to include socks, hats, ear warmers and gloves.

CWO Design Catherine Watson 541-272-954 ALL Original Hand-painted Aprons, T-shirts and Stationary.

Designs by Jan Lough Jan Lough Repurposed sweatshirts redesign into cute Women’s Jackets. We also make hats, and zipper purses. Our other products are hand painted reading glasses, slippers and ropescarfs.

Fabulous Fleece

(See listing under Fabric Crafts)

Kari Hall 503-741-0780 Fabulous fleece blankets.

Oh Baby Couture!

Grandma’s House

Children’s/Kids Grandma’s House

Mary Schlunegger 503-836-2213 Women’s and children’s clothing and accessories. Girls tutu sets and decorative items.

Salty Style (See listing under Fabric Crafts)

Astoria Sunday Market also has part time and occasional vendors ensuring there is something new every week.

LNM X Sunset Handy Crafts Flax seed hot & cold packs, knitted wool hats and headbands, crochet ragyarn rugs, trivets and coasters, sea shell magnets, mobiles and ornament kits and scrap knot pet toys.

Greg Neitzel See his listing under Odds & Ends

Purses By Kim Chae and Lyle Mason 503-455-2621 Handmade crocheted purses, women’s and children’s hats, scarves, scrubbers, baby blankets, hand sewn children’s wall hangings and wall banners.

RedClothespin Renee Newstrum 206-550-1622 Un-paper towels, pillows, egg gathering aprons, bags, wallets, and headbands.

Sally’s Satchels Sally Schrager 503-307-8239 Tote bags made by Sally! These bags are made from strong mesh with fabric accents. Apples to zebras to choose from. These are machine washable and have long straps that fit well on your shoulders.

Gayla Frey 509-427-5329 Gayla brings her assortment of bags, quilts, and mug matts to the market along with doll clothes, sweaters, jackets, pot holders and dish cloths.

Handwoven Originals Cynthia Romero 503-791-2964 Soft hand woven one-of-a-kind and limited edition four season clothing. Unique, flattering and practical – Scarves, shawls, huipils and ruanas.

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Fabric Crafts: Cloth Creations/Clothing, Accessories (continued) Sandra Donaldson Iseetheseaanditsfrme@gmailcom Handmade baskets made from fabric. Sandra also makes novelty otholders and zippered cosmetic bags.

Pacific Crab Company

The Lunch Box

David Farrell 503-717-5436 We are serving up a variety of crab dishes including crab chowder with biscuits, crab fritters with sauce, Crab halves, fresh pot chips and more!

Roberta Boursaw 360-747-4942 We will be serving hamburgers, hotdogs, and pulled chicken along with sides including potato salad, coleslaw and chips plus cookies and cupcakes.

Smoked Salmon Chowder Salty Style

Dan & Tina DeLay 503-338-3809 Smoked salmon chowder at its best! Come on by and enjoy our smoked salmon chowder with garlic toast made using homemade bread.

Deanna Jannusch 503-957-5908 Salty Style sells block printed ocean inspired fashion for kids, adults and home.

West Coast Artisans

Janet Hutchings I create machine-embroidered household goods including towels, pot holders, aprons, bibs and blankets. I also have small bags & purses and quilted art. There are also wood frames and vessels and jars.

Wrap It Up! Knit, Crochet, Woven Rinda Johansen Knit, crochet and woven scarves, hats, fingerless gloves and crafted baby birds.

Food Court & Other Ready To Eat or Drink Berta’s Shaved Ice Elmo Wise Flavored shaved ice!

Crabby Addie’s Fish and Chips Tammy Hagerup Crabby Addies serves a seasonal variety of fish and ships, clam chowder, seafood bisque, and crab melts plus seasonal seafood specials. We also offer corndogs.

Crepe Neptune Yuri & Maya Vidal 503-436-9200 We offer sweet & savory crepes. Our crepes are spun, flipped and filled right in front of the customers creating a memorable experience. Our batter is handmade and we use the freshest ingredients. Gluten free is available. Visit their shop in Cannon Beach at 175 E. 2nd.

Himani Indian Cuisine Sujay Kumar Nakka 503-325-8171 Himani Indian Cuisine has a wide variety of authentic good quality Indian food. We sell mango and strawberry Lassi and iced Chai tea. A combination of flavor and love serving meat and vegan dishes. We accept credit and debit cards. Our full-service restaurant is located nearby at 1044 Marine Drive in Astoria.

Sue’s Awesome Crab Cakes Susan Hagerup Fresh local Dungeness crab cakes made from scratch and cooked on site with your choice of sauce. Bottled water and canned pop.

Svelyhia’s Cuisine Souvanny Khoumngeune 360-261-8707 Come enjoy our Asian cuisine! Pad Thai, fried rice, white rice, yakisoba, chicken on a stick, spicy peanut chicken, egg rolls, salad rolls, stir fried veggies, and pork buns plus Thai Tea, water, soda and Bubble Tea.

Foods & Beverages: Baked, Processed, Packaged & Bottled Bliss NutButters Daniell Bliss 503-334-5840

Brevin’s Solid Gold Fudge Suzy & Dan Sealy 503-338-0118 Come and seduce your palate with “simply the best” fudge. We have more than 40 flavors to choose from! Each bar is 7 oz and individually wrapped. We also have cotton candy.

Celia’s Marketplace Ethel Stratton 541-408-7784 Handcrated infused balsamic vinegars from our original recipes. We use pure natural ingredients added to make each flavor bold, intense and multi-layered. All products are gluten free with no added sugars, colors, chemicals or fillers.

Cranberry Kitchen Tami Peterson 1-800-cranberry (272-6237)

Montealban Restaurant Juan Jimenez 503-741-3013 One of Astoria’s favorite Mexican restaurants brings a selection of their menu to the Market!

DaVall Date Gardens David DaVall

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Foods & Beverages: Baked, Processed, Packaged & Bottled (continued) Homer Bread Laurie Kochis 360-957-7023 Fresh-baked cookies, bread and turnovers.

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

Kimo’s Dips Kimberly & Bruce McBride 503-314-0378 Kimo’s offers 18 different delicious blends of natural dried spices from Oregon Spice Company and are used to make tasty dips spreads and sauces. No MSG, salt sugar or carbs. Gluten free.

Kettle Corn Jason Krause 360-957-3098 Kettle corn, cheese corn, caramel corn, Chicago corn, colored corn and a variety of flavors including raspberry and caramel apple!

503. 325.6777 • O 503.325.6777 Open pen Dail D Dailyy Lunch, Dinner, Sunday Brunch Lunch, D inner, S u n d ay B runch B o 20 Basin 2 0B asin Street, Street, Astoria Astoria OR OR

Romero’s Salsa Cesar Hernandez 503-258-7667 We create freshly made salsa, guacamole, and pico de gallo.

Skamokawa Farmstead Creamery Vicki Allenback 360-846-7264 • We raise our own goats and produce goat cheese in a variety of flavors from sweet to tangy to savory.

Sea Star Gelato Douglass Lintow Hand crafted gelato made from fruit, berries and other natural ingredients including chocolate and coffee. Be sure to also check out their shop in Seaside at 8 N. Columbia.

SeMe Family Foods 509-306-9118 Yummy quick breads and pull-a-parts plus jam, jelly, truffles and caramels.

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Jewelry Animals Are Wise Jewelry & Sculpture


Dave Silagy

Theresa Jones 360-635-2722 NWNut serves up glazed almonds and Oregon Hazelnuts slow roasted in a copper kettle with sugar, cinnamon and vanilla. We also have chocolate almonds plus English toffee with roasted nuts.

Silagy Sauce 360-600-2884

Eric Berlin 503-556-8027 On Facebook search for Animals Are Wise Jewelry. Hand sculpted animal porcelain jewelry & sculpture. No molds used. Animal flags, animal mugs, flower vases, figurines, hair barrettes and animal stickers. Custom orders welcomed!

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Packer Orchards and Bakery

Ron Stark 503-858-7207 All bee products! Raw honey, bees wax, royal jelly, propolis, and honey sticks.

(see listing under Produce and Fruit)

Table 360 Bakery Taz Davis 503-741-3660 Delicious baked goods from our new bakery! Visit us at 1184 Commercial anytime but for our weekly specials see us at the Market!

The Hummus Stop Mohamed Hamzaout 360-608-9541 •

The Pie Guy Bart VanDomelen 503-809-9999 Perfect size pies!

Glass Art/Glassware Suzie Q’s Glass Val and Sue Munoz 360-642-5484 • We work with fused and recycled glass making Kaleidoscopes, cheese trays, clocks, fused dishes, lamps, pendant lights, pictures, pot melts and garden art. Custom orders welcomed!

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One Big Tree Designs

Melissa Black Beautifully handcrafted metal jewelry with gems and electroform.

Becky Sue Creations Rebecca Mizell 503-717-3389 Jewelry and a variety of other fun and practical items made from polymer clay. We also sell doggie dishes.

French Cat Studio Brigitte Willse Salvaged vintage components turned into unique heirlooms of the future. One-of-a-kind jewelry pieces.

Heavy Stone Jewelry Becky Ledtke 360-560-0371 Facebook: Heavy Stone Jewelry Original quality designs handcrafted with fascinating natural gemstones and sparkling Austrian Swarovski crystals. I create one-ofa-kind jewelry that is delicate/graceful to bold/intriguing. We also sell original music and lyric CD’s, “Woodstock to Wahkiakum” and “It’s My Country” by Jerry and Becky Ledtke.



Laserwolf Silver Debbie & Ron Watts 503-298-8098 Finely crafted silver and copper jewelry.

One Big Tree Designs Cindy Erickson 775-224-5709 Glass artist specializing in beads made into beaded gifts & jewelry including lampwork, beaded cell phone pouches, necklaces, earrings and bracelets.

Clatsop County Master Gardeners The Master Gardeners provide valuable information to shoppers to help in your garden choices. Look for their booth each week in the plant section in The Square.

South Pacific County Humane Society • Facebook: SPCHS SPCHS is a “no killâ€? shelter on the Long Beach Peninsula. We provide information about adoption and look for our raffles to raise funds in support of the shelter.

Odds & Ends

This ‘N That Jewelry

Always Stay Sharp

Marlies and Dan Mercil 503-708-3532 Our jewelry is handcrafted from recycled vintage silverware. Vintage style designs from vintage beads, rose gold, copper, crystals and silver wire. We also have suet bird feaders made from recycled silverware, twigs and old barn wood.

Robert Bradly 503-673-2173 Knife & scissor sharpening service.

Zen Living Arts

Jen Loper 503-468-0380 Inspirational metal, crystal and gemstone jewelry. Mixed media art, journals and accessories mindfully handcrafted and infused with Reiki fr energy healing, empowerment and self-discovery.

Music Hammered Frets Alan Matta 360-910-3636 3 and 4 string cigar box guitars that are fully playable and have pick-ups installed. Each is unique and has its own sound.

Non-Profits Clatsop Animal Assistance Linda Dygert 503-861-0737 Astoria Sunday Market is a dog-gone friendly place! Stop by our booth for information about pet care and to see featured dogs and cats available for adoption at Clatsop Animal Assistance. (Every other week).

Clatsop Community College

503-338-2429 Educational institution with information about a variety of community and student programs.

Greg Neitzel Woven mats made from repurposed ďŹ shing line. Each mat has a story to tell!

Knotty and Knautical Lisa Gillespie Wood coasters, photo magnets, metal beaded bookmarks, and painted sand dollars.

Knotty but Nice Originals Konnie Welch 503-861-8436 Living trees made from moss with macramĂŠ backing for my moss and succulents. Just mist these wall hangings. Other items include shell wind chimes & sun catchers, macramĂŠ and fairy gardens.

Organic Necessity Jennie McConnell

Pets Creations by Ginger See her listing under fabric crafts.

Becky Sue Creations See her listing under Jewelry.

Photography Astoria Photografpix Elleda Wilson 503-325-5870 Astoria Photografpix sells unique digital photography of Astoria and surrounding areas in matted prints, 16� x 20� posters, magnets and cards.

Nationally known artists coming to the

ASTORIA ART LOFT MAY 18 & 19 • 2019 Darsie Beck Travel Journal Sketch Workshop

JULY 13 & 14 • 2019 Stephanie Craig Native American Basket Weaving

AUGUST 24 & 25 • 2019 Sharyn Warner Alcohol Ink

Denise Bruchman Photography Denise Bruchman 503-708-4070 Original outdoor photography offered as matted and framed photos, handmade photo cards, and handmade photo art tiles including coasters, trivets and clocks. I also have a variety of bookmarks and magnets.

AUGUST 16, 17, & 18 • 2019 David Kitler Wildlife Drawing & Painting

OCTOBER 4, 5, & 6 • 2019 Cheryl Rogers-Tadeich Gelli prints, Image transfer, Acrylic skins


TUESDAY 1-4PM Christine Kende Fused Glass

Sue Olson Photography Sue Olson 503-717-2174 Sue Olson is a lifelong native of the Northern Oregon Coast. She has enjoyed shooting nature and landscapes for more than 30 years. She sells prints, matted and framed of her work along with notecards and magnets.

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Plants, Flowers & Garden L & R Nursery Luciano Miranda 503-784-5766 Perennials, grass, trees, shrubs, hanging baskets and more plants.

Where The Eagles Fly Richard Crow 503-791-2004 Where The Eagles Fly uses shed antlers combined with local and exotic woods for handcrafted knife handles and walking sticks. Plus driftwood and river art, signs, bird houses along with a new line of marshmallow guns.

The Flower Power Card

Flower Power reigns at Astoria Sunday Market!! Make your garden smile and adopt a new plant or two.



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Plants, Flowers & Garden

Tara Kloida 360-355-2903 Handcrafted leather goods with Celtic/Norse/Scandinavian themed items including wristbands, wallets and dog collars. New this year include altered upcycled leather purses embellished with fringe and stones, wristband sets that are groupings of narrow leather bands and gemstone beads stacked.


Lucky Farms

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Banquets • Meetings • Rehearsal Dinners • Weddings • Gift Shop

Yee Her Vang 503-309-3863 Fresh cut flowers for floral arrangements and beautiful bouquets

Price Right Nursery & Produce (See listing under Produce)

Howerton Metal Art

Produce, Berries, Fruit and Flowers

Locals favorite stop to & from Portland!

De Asis Farm & Produce Manuel DeAsis, Jr. 509-969-6694 De Asis Farm & Produce sells mostly produce that are in season. We cater and take orders in advance for wholesale and retail. Our booth is a chef’s paradise!

Jo’s Country Market & Hermiston Melons

42362 Highway 26 Elsie, Oregon 503.755.1818 LOCATED ON HWY 26, 60 MILES FROM PORTLAND, 22 MILES FROM SEASIDE

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Yvonne Krause 360-957-3098 We sell asparagus to the popular Hermiston watermelons, peaches, tomatoes and canning produce. Our farm is located in Hermiston and we have a small sister farm in Clatskanie, Oregon, as well.

Kingfisher Farms Jeff Trenary 503-368-6763 From our farm to your fork, proud to be your local organic farm! We know how to grow! Here at Kingfisher Farms we specialize in rare and heirloom varieties as well as many varieties of the "common" vegetable.

Niran Jan’s Farm Niranjan Juliu-Lambert A variety of fresh produce grown on our farm in Rosburg, Washington.

F ine Ar Fine Ar t Ceramics C er amics & Jewelr Jew w elr y Garden G ar den & Outdoor O ut door Ornament Ornam men t Kitchen K it chen Linens Line ns Candles C andles 1124 commercial commer cia al st. astoria 503.325.2189 monday-friday 11-5:30 11-5 5:30 sunday 12-4:30

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Packer Orchards & Bakery Tammi Packer 541-234-4481 Beautiful Hood River Valley stone fruits, cherries, peaches, pears and apples. Our onsite bakery produces fresh fruit pies and jams along with our famous giant cookies and cinnamon rolls.

Price Right Nursery & Produce Maria Sosa 503-516-6705 Eggs from free range chickens, garlic, ions, blueberries, blackberries and strawberries.

Spring Up Farm Kelly Huckestein & Sam Seuleon We are a market garden just outside of Astoria in Knappa, Oregon. We grow a wide variety of vegetables as well as berries and eggs.

Xia’s Fresh Cut Flowers & Produce Xia Cheng We sell fresh cut flowers, produce and berries. Our flower bouquets are varied and our produce and berries are seasonal and farm fresh.

T-Shirts & Hoodies Ginger Davis (see her listing under Fabric Crafts)

Jonathon’s LTD Charlie DeDolph 503-325-7600 Columbia River antique salmon label t-shirts and archival matted historic antique prints. Be sure to visit Jonathon’s LTD while browsing our custom shirts and prints.

Pelican & Piper Kevin Philbrook 360-913-3543 T-shirts, tea towels and stickers with our own Northwest inspired designs that we print ourselves.

Symmetree Design Jackson Berger

Wood Crafts, Leather & Metal Art By The Woodcrafter James Sager Hand-crafted wood furniture.

Jim Howerton Hand plasma cut garden animals including herons, raven, crows, seagulls, pelicans, and a variety of other birds. I also make squirrels, cats, dogs, snails, crabs, salmon, whales and many other fish and animals. We have fish plant hangers too!

Knotty & Knautical (see their listing under Odds and Ends)

Minkoff Custom Knives Barry Minkoff 503-458-5171 Hand crafted hunting, folding & kitchen cutlery knives and solid maple cutting boards.

Bren Leach 503-967-9758 Hand forged iron work and knvies along with some leather and wood work.

Sunrise Cedar Zola Bokor I make Gazebo feeders, cedar and redwood products including benches, bird houses, feeders and chainsaw carvings. Look also for my painting and drawings.

Trish Hanson Design Trish Hanson Laser Art. Original and unique gifts for every occasion and budget. Inspirational, architectural, deistic and cultural designs using wood, paper, glass and mirrors.

Trillium Metal Art Ted Messing 503-458-6910 • Wall sculptures of Northwest wildlife scenes interpreted in steel. Clear coated to last. Ready to hang.

Unusual & Quirky Bird Homes Robin Kabel 503-344-6201 Our bird houses are made from all recycled and repurposed materials to create one-of-akind creations. We also sell beachwood from our property, rustic coasters, candle holders and pillars/risers.

Doggie Doo-do’s & Dont’s

CALL 503-739-7347 or visit our website at

753 1st Avenue, Seaside


•Overnight Boarding •Daycare •Full line of Pet Supplies •Grooming


((503) 503) 8 861-9817 61

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 him (or her) 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.

1. 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).

4. Inquisitive Noses 2. 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 he or she is less likely to need a relief at the Market. If Mother Nature does call, please PLEASE clean up after your dog. We have doggie-emergency cleaning kits at the Cargo Trailer by the Food Court and by the Portable Office parked at Duane and 12th.

3. 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.

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 partner sit with the dog at one of the tables while you find your favorite snack or meal.

5. 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! • 15

Astoria Downtown Events 2019 Throughout the season there are many events taking place in and around downtown Astoria and at numerous restaurants, pubs and lounges offering music and other entertainment. We encourage visitors to enjoy all that Astoria offers during your visit!


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Gif Giftt Shop Shop Hours May-September May-September 9:00 am tto o 7:00 pm

October-April O ctober-April

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TONGUE POINT TOUR & INTRO TO TRAINING PROGRAMS EVER WONDERED WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO STUDY AT JOB CORPS? If you are between the ages of 16 and 24, you could qualify to train at Tongue Point Job Corps Center. If you are done with schooling and instead looking for employment, we have almost 200 positions on our campus. ARE YOU CURIOUS WHAT A FREE Please consider joining us for a tour to EDUCATION LOOKS LIKE? experience our training program, visit a dorm room and see our recreation facility.* Most of the tour will be out doors, with potential of weather being windy and wet. Dress in allweather layers and shoes ready for walking. **

Check in at our security gate will include driver to present proof of current auto insurance and valid driver’s license. All guests and vehicles are subject to search and screening with our metal detecting wand.



For more info please contact: Katrina Gasser at 503-338-4924 37573 HWY 30 Astoria OR *If a guest needs special accommodations please let Katrina know. **RSVP appreciated by not required to attend tour.

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2nd Saturday Artwalk

Astoria Regatta

5 – 9 pm (summer hours; ends at 8 during the winter) Tour various downtown galleries, restaurants, studios and shops for art, wine and fun! 503-791-7940

August 7-10 12th and Duane in downtown Astoria 1-800-875-6807 503-325-6311

Astoria Crab, Seafood and Wine Festival April 26, 27, 28 (Friday—Sunday)

Goonies Day June 7 (Thursday)

Astoria Pride "Come out on the Coast" June 7, 8 & 9

Astoria Music Festival Typically mid-June – first weekend in July 503.325.9896 Bringing world-class musicians to Astoria.

Scandinavian Midsummer Festival June 21 & 22 Clatsop County Fairgrounds

Open Studio Tour July 27 & 28 10 am to 4 pm 503-325-1895 A two-day event featuring artists -living and/or working in Astoria -- who open their studios to the public.

Clatsop County Historical Society Mother’s Day Tea and Scones – Saturday, May 11 Goonies Day – June 7 – great time to visit the Oregon Film Museum! Old Fashioned Fun & Games – September 7 & 8 (horse carriage rides!) Talking Tombstones XVI – October 27 503-325-2203

Northwest Brew Cup 16th Annual September 27, 28 & 29 Columbia River Maritime Museum – East end parking lot 503-791-7940

Great Columbia Crossing Sunday, October 13 Astoria-Megler Bridge 10k 503-325-6311

Haunted Astoria Short Story Writing Contest Writer’s Showcase at Astoria Brewing Friday, October 25 Spirit Fair & Movie night – Saturday, October 26 at Astor Street Opry Co. Sunday, October 27 Talking Tombstones by Clatsop Historical Society 503-440-7168

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Astoria Art, Music and Event Venues Astoria Armory

Clatsop County Fairgrounds

1650 Exchange Street 503-791-6064

92937 Walluski Loop Astoria, OR 97103 503-325-4600

Astor Street Opry Company 129 West Bond 503-325-6104

Astoria Fiber Arts Academy 1296 Duane Street 503-325-5598


Life happenTsha..t’s. why we’re here!

Liberty Theater 1203 Commercial Street 503-325-5922

Keith Klatt, MD

Clatsop Cruise Hosts 503-440-7168

Astoria Visual Arts

Sally Baker, PA-C

1295 Duane Street 503-741-9694

We Routinely Treat: • Infections • Minor Burns • Cuts & Contusions • DOT & Sports Physicals • Colds & Flu • MVA’s • Bronchitis & Pneumonia • On-the-Job & Sports Injuries *Accepting Most Insurance *20% Cash Discount *We accept the Oregon Health Plan and Medicare

Mark Tabor, PA-C

For More information

About Downtown activities, regional events and volunteer opportunities Astoria Downtown Historic District Association

Astoria-Warrenton Chamber of Commerce

503-791-7940 Look for ADHDA on Facebook for more downtown activities! No. 1 Twelfth Street, Suite 114

503-325-6311 111 West Marine drive

Astoria Riverfront Trolley Become a Conductor/Motorman! 503-325-6311

Busy Lifestyles

Kenyon Solecki, PA-C

We are here for ALL YOUR HEALTHCARE NEEDS not just emergencies!

Appontments are gladly accepted!

503-325-0333 2120 Exchange Street, Suite 111 Astoria, Oregon

Hours: Mon-Fri 7AM-7PM Sat-Sun 9AM-7PM

Clatsop Animal Assistance 503-861-0737

The Peach at Sea Getting here is easy. It’s the leaving that is hard! From Highway 30 you’ll see the Market on your left at 12th Street in Astoria. From Highway 26 head east on 101 to Astoria – parking is easiest on the hillside of downtown on Duane or Exchange. • 17

Art of the Market

Astoria Sunday Market uses original art from a regional artist for promotional materials, here are example from past markets.

2012 by Karen Eland


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Astoria Sunday Market • May 12 - October 13, 2019 • Sundays 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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Astoria Sunday Market • May 12 - October 13, 2019 • Sundays 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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