Astoria Calendar of Events
including Warrenton & Hammond
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October 13
It only happens once a year, the Great Columbia Crossing 10K run/walk on Sunday, October 13 is an opportunity to trek across the Astoria-Megler Bridge on foot. Whether you're a seasoned runner or wanting to walk on the wild side, the Great Columbia Crossing appeals to all types of adventure seekers. With its 200-foot incline, the Astoria-Megler Bridge offers picturesque... [read more]
September 21 SOLVE Beach & Riverside Cleanup
Take care of your community and join thousands of volunteers at 45 beach cleanup sites along the entire coast. This family friendly event is part of the International Coastal Cleanup and National Public Lands day. Various Locations [more info]
September 27-29 Pacific Northwest Brew Cup
One of Oregon's best kept beer secrets, more than 40 regional brews plus food and family-friendly entertainment equals an Oktoberfest vibe sans the long lines along Astoria's historic waterfront. Riverfront [more info]
September 28 National Public Lands Day
Visitors can enjoy free admission to all National Park Service sites. Fort Clatsop Visitors Center 503.861.2471 [more info]
October 1-31 Astoria Film Festival
Showcasing independent filmmaking from around the world with an array of films. From documentaries to feature-length films are screened at the 1925 vaudeville-style Liberty Theater. Liberty Theater, 1203 Commercial St. [more info]
October 4-5 Live Theater: Shanghaied Topsey Turvey
It's Shanghaied in Astoria with a twist and interesting character changes. Box office opens at 6pm, doors at 6:30 pm and curtain is at 7pm. ASOC Playhouse, 129 W. Bond St. [more info]
October 12 2nd Saturday Art Walk
Visit downtown Astoria, 5-8pm, for art, festive refreshments, entertainment, music and general merriment. Art walk venues are signed throughout downtown with colorful pinwheels. Maps are available at various shops and galleries. Various Locations
October 13 Great Columbia Crossing
An opportunity to walk/run across the longest continuous truss bridge in North America. This 10K offers a scenic adventure on a fairly flat road with one steep incline to the peak of the bridge. Registration is required. Shuttles start at 6:30am and the event begins at 8:45am. Astoria-Meglar Bridge 503.325.6311 [more info]
October 20 In Their Footsteps Lecture Program
Darryl Lloyd presents "Ever Wild, a Lifetime on Mount Adams," 1pm in the Netul River room at Fort Clatsop Visitor Center. Fort Clatsop Visitors Center 503.861.2471 [more info]
October 27 Talking Tombstones XV1
Former citizens return from the great beyond for a a graveside chat. See the website for cemetery location, hours and updated information. Clatsop County Cemetary [more info]
November 9 2nd Saturday Art Walk
Visit downtown Astoria, 5-8pm, for art, festive refreshments, entertainment, music and general merriment. Art walk venues are signed throughout downtown with colorful pinwheels. Maps are available at various shops and galleries. Various Locations [more info]
November 17 In Their Footsteps Lecture Program
Ian Sampson presents courageous tales of the Corps of Discovery, 1pm in the Netul River room at Fort Clatsop Visitor Center. Fort Clatsop Visitors Center 503.861.2471 [more info]
December 14 2nd Saturday Art Walk
Visit downtown Astoria, 5-8pm, for art, festive refreshments, entertainment, music and general merriment. Art walk venues are signed throughout downtown with colorful pinwheels. Maps are available at various shops and galleries. Various Locations [more info]
December 15 In Their Footsteps Lecture Program
Richard Brenne presents Historic Winter Transportation, 1pm in the Netul River room at Fort Clatsop Visitor Center. Fort Clatsop Visitors Center 503.861.2471 [more info]
December 16 Old Fashioned Christmas Celebration
Old St. Nick will be attending from 6-8pm. Visitors will be treated to holiday music, cookies and activities for the kids. Bring your camera to capture that photo of your little one on Santa's lap in front of the beautiful fireplace in the Flavel House library. Flavel House Museum, 441 8th St. [more info]
December 21-30 Holiday Tea & Plum Pudding
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon from 1-4pm. Cost is $12 per person and includes fresh, warm plum pudding, tea, and a self-guided tour of the historic Flavel House Museum. Reservations are recommended for groups of eight or more. Flavel House Museum, 441 8th St. [more info]
February 28-March 1 2020 Fisher Poets Gathering
Originally conceived in 1998 as a modest cultural reunion for commercial fishermen. This authentic celebration is now recognized by the US Library of Congress as a local legacy project and attracts many fans to Astoria to share stories and enjoy poetry, prose and song. Various Locations [more info]
March 28 2020 SOLVE Spring Oregon Beach Cleanup
Join thousands of volunteers at one of 45 beach cleanup sites on the Oregon Coast. Online registration opens February 2020. Various Locations 971.346.2703 [more info]
April 24-26 2020 Astoria Warrenton Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival
Enjoy coastal cuisine, entertainment, arts and crafts, along with wine tastings and more. Visit the website for schedule updates and parking information. Clatsop County Fair & Expo Center [more info]
June 4-7 2020 Goonies 35th Anniversary Celebration
Multiple venues around town will host events such as; The Goonies movie screenings, costume contests, scavenger hunts, meet and greet, fan gatherings, group truffle shuffles and tours. Visit the website for updates and news from event headquarters, known as The Goon Docks. Various Locations [more info]