Astoria, Oregon, Events

Including Warrenton Events

Are you looking for daytime events in Astoria, Oregon? The Astoria area has multiple events, many of them related to history, culture and the maritime industry. The scenic beauty and rich history of the area create the perfect backdrop for the myriad of events in Astoria and the region. While many events happen during the warm summer months, you’ll find plenty to keep you and your family busy all year round at local festivals, cultural events, programs and smaller happenings at museums and parks.

You’ll find Astoria, Oregon, events galore with arts festivals, cultural events, concerts, car shows, markets, holiday and regional celebrations and historical events. Some events are perfect for families like the Clatsop County Fair, Astoria Regatta and Scandinavian Midsummer Festival; others focus on running or walking such as the Great Columbia Crossing and the Run on the River Half Marathon; and some cater to special interests such as local lectures on a variety of subjects and the Astoria Film Festival. With all that's going there’s something for everyone to enjoy and celebrate.

Astoria Oregon's Events Highlight History

Astoria, Oregon's history is important to the area and historical events are featured throughout the year. The area offers Victorian teas at Christmas at the Captain George Flavel House Museum, a Civil War Re-enactment Pageant in September and a Fishers Poet Gathering, a celebration of local fishing life and history of the region in poetry and song in February. Lewis and Clark National Historical Park offers Astoria events throughout the year such as lectures, art programs and history programs during the summer and the week after Christmas, and families with children can check out the fun activity programs at Fort Clatsop during the summer. Mark your calendar for all of the events Astoria and Warrenton have to offer, which you can check out on below.

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