Astori-Us Day October 14th!

2023-09-25T16:02:12-07:00Sep 20, 2023|Event, Featured, News|

Astori-Us Day is back October 14th. It's a chance for local Astorians to claim their amazing downtown and benefit from some stellar deals and events going on in its shops and spaces. This is an all-day event that coincides with Second Saturday ArtWalk. Come enjoy downtown Astoria this Fall 2023. Learn more at

Produce Season at Sunday Market

2023-09-12T10:53:01-07:00Aug 28, 2023|Featured, News|

If you are planning to can, freeze, or just eat an abundance of local produce, now is the time to buy in bulk or buy weekly. Everything you see in the image is available right now, plus so much more! And, if you like fruit, there are peaches, pears, plums, new crop apples, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and melons available. Wondering what “height of the season” means? It means that right now, plants are creating vegetables and fruit that have the most nutrition and the best color and flavor of the summer. In a 3 to 4 weeks the season will start to wane. Oh, there will still be delicious produce, but the corn, peaches, melons, green beans will be gone…So join us at the Sunday Market weekly to gather your delicious summer bounty while it lasts! 🌽🥕🍅🍆🫒🧑‍🌾

Love Your Streets October 7th

2023-09-13T13:20:12-07:00Aug 28, 2023|Event, Featured, News, Volunteers Needed|

Show our Downtown Streets some Love! Our planters and bumpouts took a hit this dry summer and we’d love your help tending to them in anticipation of the rainy season before we replant in Spring. We’ll also be removing graffiti and stickers, and taking weeds out of sidewalk cracks. Sign up to help on October 7th between 9am and 12noon today! 🍁


Vote for Astoria Sunday Market!

2023-08-01T19:58:28-07:00Aug 1, 2023|Event, Featured, News|

We can hardly believe Sunday Market season is half over already! If you haven’t come to the Market, it is definitely in full swing with corn, melons, peaches and lots more fresh, local, summer produce. Plus, new art and artists each week- join us from 10am until 3pm 🧺🥦🥕🍈🍉🍊🥭🍎🥬🍒
And National Farmers Market Week begins August 6th- vote for your favorite (😉😉) market here: ! There are some great cash prizes, and we would love to be in the top 3 in Oregon. Cast your vote and we’ll see you at the Market on Sunday!

New Sunday Market Interactive Map

2023-05-31T15:04:22-07:00May 31, 2023|Featured, News|

Sunday Market has a new interactive map that allows customers to find a specific vendor or just review who will be at the market each week. The map is finalized each week by Friday for easy weekend planning. To use the map, click on a vendor and their location lights up on the map, or choose a location and the vendor is highlighted in the list. Vendors have the opportunity put in a picture or their logo and a description of their business, plus social media links, which are viewable when their business name is highlighted.  We think it is awesome, check it out here!

ADHDA Secures $200k Grant for the Liberty Theater Building

2023-05-31T15:00:35-07:00May 31, 2023|Featured, News|

ADHDA has secured a $200,000 grant from the Oregon Main Street Revitalization program.  The grant will match funds, up to $200,000, to replace the failing roof on the Liberty Theatre building complex, and fundraising is underway.  Replacing the roof will be done in compliance with state historic preservation standards and will prevent further water intrusion and degradation to the 1925 building.  The roof replacement is one part of nearly 3 million dollars’ worth of maintenance planned for the theatre, including weatherization and repairs to the building façade, and updates to performance areas.
The Oregon Main Street Revitalization program was created by the state Legislature in 2015 using lottery-backed bonds to encourage economic development.  The program is housed in the Oregon Heritage Department, a division of Oregon Parks and Recreation.  Grants were awarded to projects that best fit within the community’s long-range plan for downtown vitality and community needs.  An important cultural and economic asset in Astoria’s downtown core, ADHDA is proud to support the Liberty Theatre and the 9 commercial businesses housed within the historic building.

To learn more about the Oregon Main Street Revitalization Grant or the Oregon Main Street Network, visit

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