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The Columbia-Pacific region is located where the mighty Columbia River crashes into the Pacific Ocean. It is a region of spectacular wholesome foods, plucked straight from the land or the water and ready for the consumer. The Columbia-Pacific Farmers’ Market is an idea that has bubbled up in the community to have a place where the good food and farm crafts of the region can be bought directly from those who farm, ranch, fish, grow, produce packaged foods, or create…Find out more »
The Saturday Market at the Port of Ilwaco features more than 70 vendors along the pedestrian-only Waterfront Way overlooking the Port of Ilwaco marina and Baker Bay. Find regional produce, wonderful baked goods, a huge selection of local plants and many homemade arts and crafts. Find Lodging Discover More to Do Maps & GuidesFind out more »
Friends of Chinook School presents its Oktoberfest Fundraiser Dinner and Silent Auction. Find Lodging Discover More to Do Maps & GuidesFind out more »
Our oldest, continued art event! The Long Beach Depot Building is the venue. The People’s Choice Ribbon has the honor of being top award in the show, with visitors handed a ballot to vote for their favorite work. An art raffle, of member and public donated work, benefits the PAA High School Graduate Scholarship Fund and Art Enrichment Program. Find Lodging Discover More to Do Maps & GuidesFind out more »
Art, refreshments and fun! Meet local artists and business owners and perhaps take home a masterpiece of your own. Find Lodging Discover More to Do Maps & GuidesFind out more »
Books at Long Beach is held the first Saturday in October each year. Authors from all over the Pacific Northwest are on location to sell, autograph and talk about their published works. The event is free to the public. Authors of all genres are welcomes to participate as a vendor. This is a great way to start your holiday shopping! Find Lodging Discover More to Do Maps & GuidesFind out more »
Three days of fantastic music, from jazz to classical, featuring world class artists in various venues; refreshments offered; 35th anniversary. A portion of the proceeds of all our events benefits the local school music programs! Find Lodging Discover More to Do Maps & GuidesFind out more »
The One Sky, One World Kite Fly for Peace was born out of the Cold War, when a kite featuring American and Soviet flags on each side of a globe was presented to Russian officials by an American dignitary. The kite was received as a symbol of global peace and understanding, and the event has been celebrated across the world ever since. Participants can build, buy and fly kites. Find Lodging Discover More to Do Maps & GuidesFind out more »
A celebration of local harvest including all things cranberry. Foods, crafters, local artists, and more showcase the area's rich heritage. Homemade items and delicious baked goods. Craft demonstrations include rug hookers and a blacksmith. Cranberrian Fair buttons are $5 and cover admission to all events at the Museum. Find Lodging Discover More to Do Maps & GuidesFind out more »
Experience the glory of the Columbia River as you trek across the Astoria-Megler Bridge during this unique opportunity to walk/run across the bridge! This 10K offers a scenic adventure on a fairly flat road with one STEEP incline to the peak of the bridge. It is the longest continuous truss bridge in North America. Shuttles start at 6:30 a.m. and event starts at 8:45 a.m. Find Lodging Discover More to Do Maps & GuidesFind out more »