What's Fresh at the Astoria Sunday Market!

In Astoria, the meeting of the river, sea, and forest creates a wonderful abundance in both food and inspiration. Summertime displays the diversity and lushness of flavor through our local foods + the expression of beauty through our fine art and craft.

Learn about the abundance of this region through the wonderful stories from each unique handmade or grown market business.
Laughing Rabbit Farm is a new local grower in Astoria and bring the most beautiful greens, edible flowers, tea, and more to every market. You'll enjoy every bite of their homegrown produce.
Artesania Rosa, Karma Mats, and Antique Antler bring intricate handcrafted work to the market with colorful beads, recycled fishing line, and beautiful antler. Learn rich stories about each product directly from the vendors!

Featured Vendors
Columbia Energy Bar!

Ivan Sultan, a local Astorian, brings Columbia Energy Bar to the Astoria Sunday Market. Columbia Energy Bars are a healthy snack product made from the perfect blend of nuts, dates, citrus, tea, and dried fruit. Inspired by Sultan's interest in outdoor adventure, this convenient snack will keep you energized on your hikes, bike rides, or other North Coast adventures. More recently, find delicious black garlic for sale at the Columbia Bar booth -- a special treat for those chefs out there.

Find Columbia Energy Bar on 12th between Duane and Exchange Streets, every Sunday. Learn more about ingredients and products on his website here.

Who's playing in the Food Court? 

Dan Sutherland is featured on the hammered dulcimer, fiddle, and mandolin. Ray Raihala picks the banjo, guitar and mandolin. Ned Heavenrich plays harmonica and guitar. John Fenton keeps the band together rhythmically with the bass, and Larry Moore rounds out the group with his expertise on the mandolin.
Brownsmead Flats performs this Sunday

ASM Food Court Stage is back! We have a season of fabulous musicians booked, and ready to entertain you.

This Sunday, a local favorite, the Brownsmead Flats will play from 11-3. The Brownsmead Flats play acoustic music that may be best described as “Crabgrass” which they liken to a folk/bluegrass style with a maritime flavor. The band has a strong focus on vocal harmonies and many of their songs are composed by members of the group.
Find out who else is playing the Food Court stage this season here!

Young Entrepreneurs or 'Biz Kidz' are back at the market!
Meet the Makers of the Future! 

Find about a dozen youth with their exciting products in the Square!

From greeting cards to woven coasters, Boopables to live painting, these youth vendors bring you creative goods and a super fun shopping experience! Check them out at the Market every Sunday until Labor Day. Find them in the Square!

Learn more about our vendors

Explore our Market Guide and Vendor Directory!

Grab a printed Market Guide around town, or flip through pages exploring what's new at the 22nd season of the market + listings of our full-time vendors here.

New Vendor Directory is live! Curious if your favorite vendor is joining us this year? Meet a vendor you need to stay in touch with? Discover our new Vendor Directory on our website!

More current vendors will be added, so if you don't see who you're looking for, be sure to check back soon.
Seaside Stone brings an endless display of unique and stunning stones and jewelry to the market every other Sunday. Get lost in the amazing variety and patterns in their beautiful pieces. Find them this Sunday in the Square!

What's Fresh?

Baird Family Orchards is back at the Market with peaches, hazelnuts and other delicious fruits. Although they cannot make it this week, they will be back at the market every other Sunday through the end of the season with their delicious product.
We now accept Double-up Food Bucks, along with SNAP, EBT, FDNP & WIC!

Astoria Sunday Market accepts SNAP & EBT and we are so excited to announce that this year we will be distributing Double-Up Food Bucks to all SNAP customers. Double-Up Food Bucks automatically includes an extra $1 for every SNAP dollar spent, up to $20! Many of our farmers also accept Farm Direct Nutrition Program (FDNP) and WIC checks! 
Learn more about these food access programs at the market’s ASM info booth and on our website.
See you on 12th St in Downtown Astoria!

Shelby Meyers
Market Manager