What’s Fresh! at the Market
Historic Downtown Astoria, Oregon (12th St)
2014 Vendor Applications Now Available
Astoria Sunday Market offers an electronic newsletter
announcing what’s fresh each week at the Market and sharing news about vendors, special events, and introducing new people and products.Subscribing is easy!
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YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS CLUB
The 2014 brochure is now available! Email AstoriaSundayMarket@charter.net with your name and mailing address for a hard copy, click image below for printable version or simply request an electronic copy.
YE Open House is Monday, January 21, starting at 6 pm. The Open House takes place at Astoria Event Center located at 894 – 9th Street (on 9th between Commercial and Marine Drive in downtown Astoria). FREE! Pizza, drinks. If you know what you want to make bring samples and your ideas to share. See you there!
ASTORIA SUNDAY MARKET 2014
Applications for vending at the 2014 Astoria Sunday Market will be mailed by mid-January with a downloadable application available online by the end of the month. We look forward to serving you in the new season!
Astoria River Walk Inn offers discounts to Market vendors. They are family friendly and located right at the Port where the cruise ships arrive. Call 503-325-2013 or visit Astoria Riverwalk Inn
Empty Streets to Festive Market!
Michael Mathers attended nearly every Astoria Sunday Market the first half of the 2011 season and countless hours photographing the Market from set-up to tear-down to create this wonderful time-lapsed movie from his still images of the Market. Michael is a professional photographer and created this movie as a personal project. Enjoy!
Where to Find Us!
Astoria Sunday Market is located in the heart of Astoria’s historic downtown on 12th Street spanning four blocks from Marine Drive (Highway 30) to Exchange Street. Astoria, Oregon, is perched along the Columbia River where river and ocean merge. The green hillside of Washington State offers a majestic backdrop to the river traffic and bustle of Astoria’s waterfront.