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Astoria Sunday Market opens on Mother’s Day

The grower/makers market offers food and crafts through October

Published on May 9, 2018 9:53AM

The 2018 Astoria Sunday Market poster art by Lisa Sophia, who will be vending part-time this season

Courtesy Astoria Sunday Market

The 2018 Astoria Sunday Market poster art by Lisa Sophia, who will be vending part-time this season

Lucky Farms

Courtesy Astoria Sunday Market

Lucky Farms

Kelly Huckestein and Sam Seulean, owners of Spring Up Farm

Courtesy Astoria Sunday Market

Kelly Huckestein and Sam Seulean, owners of Spring Up Farm


Astoria — Astoria Sunday Market opens Mother’s Day — May 13 — with a cornucopia of food, art, jewelry, flowers, soap and many other delicious and useful items.

Astoria Sunday Market is a growers and makers market where we take pride in featuring farmers, bakers, artists and a variety of craftspeople offering their wares.

Here you can meet the producers and learn more about what goes into making or growing their products. The Market is also where neighbor meets neighbor and visitors discover our amazing downtown and become a local for the day.

Join us on Mother’s Day and every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Oct. 14. Opening-day music is by jazz and blues vocalist Elena Welch, a popular artist from Portland.

Astoria Sunday Market was founded in 2000 as a nonprofit dedicated to revitalizing historic downtown Astoria and supporting artists, farmers and other small producers and businesses. The Market has donated more than $180,000 to a variety of downtown projects and events including the Liberty Theatre restoration, the Garden of Surging Waves, construction of the public restrooms at Exchange and 12th streets, downtown beautification projects and the Astoria Downtown Historic District Association.

Visit AstoriaSundayMarket.com for more information, or join our FaceBook page for weekly updates: facebook.com/astoriasundaymarket.





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