What's Fresh! at the Market

April 3, 2010 · Filed Under Astoria Sunday Market · 2 Comments 

What’s Fresh! at the Market

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.
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Market Notes

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ASM Now Seeking Vendors!
Astoria Sunday Marketing is preparing for its 10th anniversary and is now accepting applications for vendors. We’re excited about the upcoming season and look forward to welcoming returning vendors and introducing new ones to our Market. Download the application here: Application or contact Astoria Sunday Market at 503-325-1010 or by emailing Cyndi@AstoriaSundayMarket.com to have one sent by US Mail or email.

Market Guide Advertising is available in the 2010 Market Guide — a tabloid publication that promotes our vendors and downtown merchants. 30,000 copies are distributed in Portland and along coastal communities in Oregon and southwest Washington throughout the season. Download our rate & reservation form and return with payment and camera-ready artwork by March 8. Ad Rates and Ad Reservation Form

Current Events

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Commercial Fishermen’s Festival
Astoria Sunday Market provided a grant of $10,800 to support the Commercial Fishermen’s Festival for 2010. The Festival is now in the hands of commercial fishermen who are establishing a non-profit organization whose mission is dedicated to educating the public about the fishing industry including the steps fishermen have taken to ensure a renewable resource for the future. Visit CommercialFishermensFestival.com for more information.

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Owners David & Danene Lethin graciously donated the use of their Bering Sea crab boat for two tours — one in January and the second in October 2009. Their crew also donated their time. Special thanks to Alan Braun (Kiwi), Troy Hules (The Chief), and Danny Keiser. Their fishing vessel, The Aleutian Ballad, was seen on season two of Discovery Channel’s popular TV show, The Deadliest Catch. They own and operate The Bering Sea Crab Fishermen’s Tour in Ketchikan, Alaska, with The Aleutian Ballad, so this Columbia River tour is a special treat.

Thanks to our Sponsors:

Port of Astoria
Bornstein Seafoods
Englund Marine Industrial Supply
Pacific Seafood Group

We also want to thank the following for their generous contributions:
Baked Alaska Restaurant
Bell Buoy of Seaside
Nehalem Bay Winery
U.S. Coast Guard, Group Astoria

The US Coast Guard, Astoria Group

Many volunteers helped make this event a fantastic program:
Mike, Liz and Shana Olson
Ken Stuber

Visit www.56degreesnorth.com to learn more about The Aleutian Ballad.

2009 Pacific Commercial Fishermen’s Festival
We are already planning another great event for 2009. Sponsorships are now available! The earlier you join as a sponsor the more we can do for you. For more information visiting www.PacificFishermenFestival.com or call 503-325-1010.
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Astoria Sunday Market

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Astoria Sunday market combines fresh produce, local arts & crafts, food, music and more in a lively downtown street market atmosphere. Many downtown stores and shops in Astoria are also open on Sunday to provide you with even more shopping possibilities. There is plenty of downtown parking and the nearby waterfront River Walk and the recently refurbished Astoria Trolley allow you to extend your stroll to other parts of Astoria.

Astoria Sunday Market began in 2000 and now covers four city blocks adjacent to east and westbound US Highway 30, with over 200 vendors on a typical Sunday. The Market also includes a large food court with an eclectic blend of over 15 food vendors located in the Wells Fargo Bank parking lot.

How to Get Here

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The Astoria Sunday Market is located in downtown Astoria, Oregon. Getting here is easy–leaving is the hard part! Once you experience beautiful, historic downtown Astoria you’ll want to stay forever.

Click the map above to take you to Google Maps where you can get specific driving directions to downtown Astoria, Oregon.

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