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If you have any questions about or comments for the Astoria Scandinavian Festival Association, please fill out the folm below, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks for your interest!

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Mailing Address:

PO Box 34
Astoria, OR 97103
Phone: Loran - 503-325-6136


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Enjoy a stay-at-home tune from Jorgen Madsen, 2019 Grand Marshal for OpTog parade and a regular at the Astoria Scandinavian Midsummer Festival for years! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you, probably some of the first music I ever heard as a newborn!! Happy to hear it!!!

This really made my heart happy! Thank you so much!!

Thank you! Wonderful music.

Thank you. I so enjoyed that. 💖

That hits the spot today!

my toe just starts tapping. thank you

I love this!

Thank you Jorgen 💕

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The view today from the future site of Astoria Nordic Heritage Park is gorgeous. Have we told you that this view is protected now by new zoning regulations passed by the Astoria City Council? We’re thrilled! ... See MoreSee Less

The view today from the future site of Astoria Nordic Heritage Park is gorgeous. Have we told you that this view is protected now by new zoning regulations passed by the Astoria City Council? We’re thrilled!

2020 Crown Bearer Max and his sister had an active day with their grandma practicing social distancing on the Cathedral Tree Trail below the Astoria Colulmn. We hope you all are staying healthy and getting a chance to enjoy the outdoors too. It's the Nordic way! ... See MoreSee Less

2020 Crown Bearer Max and his sister had an active day with their grandma practicing social distancing on the Cathedral Tree Trail below the Astoria Colulmn. We hope you all are staying healthy and getting a chance to enjoy the outdoors too. Its the Nordic way!

Mark your calendars for Midsummer in Astoria, Oregon - June 19 - 21. ... See MoreSee Less

Mark your calendars for Midsummer in Astoria, Oregon - June 19 - 21.

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Hoping all the restrictions for the virus are over by then! Always love coming. It's our first festival of the year and always kicks off our summer festival season. My gr-gr grandparents were from Norway. 🇳🇴

How do I sign up for the parade of costumes?

Stephanie Heather

Astoria Scandinavian Heritage Association
Upcoming Request for Proposal
RE: Astoria Nordic Heritage Park

Project Overview
Urban Resources, Inc. (URI) is soliciting proposals on behalf of the Astoria Scandinavian Heritage Association (ASHA) to construct the Astoria Nordic Heritage Park (ANHP) in Astoria, OR. The scope will include site work, civil, right of way work, utilities, hardscape, landscape and installation of ASHA furnished components built on City property. The purpose of the Astoria Scandinavian Heritage Association (ASHA) is to preserve traditional Scandinavian culture and heritage through educational opportunities in areas of customs, language, food and the arts and to educate the citizens of Clatsop County and surrounding areas about the culture and heritage of the Scandinavian countries. The Astoria Scandinavian Heritage Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit. To learn more about ASHA and the ANHP visit www.astorianordicpark.org

ASHA has a fundraising campaign in process and construction is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2021

Request for Proposal will be issued March 16th, 2020 to receive the RFP please contact Larry Atchison, Sr. Project Manager Urban Resources Inc. larry at urbanresourcesinc dot com

Project Team
Owner: Astoria Scandinavian Heritage Association, Construction Management: Urban Resources, Inc., Landscape Architect: The West Studio, Civil Engineering: Herrera Engineering, Structural Engineering: Crow Engineering, Local Project Consultant Rosemary Johnson
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Astoria Scandinavian Heritage Association
Upcoming Request for Proposal
RE: Astoria Nordic Heritage Park

Project Overview
Urban Resources, Inc. (URI) is soliciting proposals on behalf of the Astoria Scandinavian Heritage Association (ASHA) to construct the Astoria Nordic Heritage Park (ANHP) in Astoria, OR.  The scope will include site work, civil, right of way work, utilities, hardscape, landscape and installation of ASHA furnished components built on City property. The purpose of the Astoria Scandinavian Heritage Association (ASHA) is to preserve traditional Scandinavian culture and heritage through educational opportunities in areas of customs, language, food and the arts and to educate the citizens of Clatsop County and surrounding areas about the culture and heritage of the Scandinavian countries. The Astoria Scandinavian Heritage Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit. To learn more about ASHA and the ANHP visit www.astorianordicpark.org 

ASHA has a fundraising campaign in process and construction is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2021

Request for Proposal will be issued March 16th, 2020 to receive the RFP please contact Larry Atchison, Sr. Project Manager Urban Resources Inc. larry at urbanresourcesinc dot com

Project Team
Owner: Astoria Scandinavian Heritage Association, Construction Management: Urban Resources, Inc., Landscape Architect: The West Studio, Civil Engineering: Herrera Engineering, Structural Engineering: Crow Engineering, Local Project Consultant Rosemary Johnson
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3-day Button - Adult $8
3-day Button - Children (6-12 yrs.) $3
(5 and under free)


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Clatsop County Fairgrounds
92937 Walluski Loop
Astoria, OR 97103

Click for directions


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Clatsop County Fairgrounds
$2 per day or
$5 weekend pass


No Pets Allowed
Only verifiable registered service animals will be permitted