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Astoria Sunday Market Announces its 2017 Season
Published: 04/26/2017  Updated: 05/13/2017

Astoria Sunday Market opens its 2017 season on Mother's Day, May 14th.

For over a decade Astoria Sunday Market in Astoria, Oregon has attracted thousands of visitors to the heart of downtown to meet the artisans, farmers and craftsman who bring their goods straight from the fields and workshops and into your shopping bag.

From May until October, Astoria Sunday Market spans a four-block area in historic downtown, from Marine Drive to Exchange Street with 200 selected vendors. Here you'll find only locally made products that are hand crafted or home grown. In addition, the Market has a lively food court with live music on stage, making it a favorite gathering spot for locals and visitors alike. During its 23-week season the Market attracts thousands of people to Astoria on Sundays, making it the second largest market of its kind in Oregon.

Astoria Sunday Market opens its 2017 season on Mother's Day, May 14. Market hours are 10am-3pm, through October 8.

Find out how the market has become an incubator for small business development and tourism. Read more about the Astoria Sunday Market at

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