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AUGUST 2011 117TH ASTORIA REGATTA FESTIVAL


AUGUST 10 6 p.m. Kiddies Parade


AUGUST 11 7 p.m. Regatta Queen’s coronation and reception Liberty Theater


AUGUST 12


11 a.m. Memorial Park Ceremony Noon NW Natural BBQ


2 p.m. Rose Planting Flavel House Gardens


6 p.m. Admiral’s Reception (by invitation)


AUGUST 13 9 a.m. Jet Ski Races


Noon Grand Bicentennial Parade with Honored Guest Lord Astor of Hever


2 p.m. Salmon Barbeque


7 p.m. Admiral’s Bicentennial Ball Aboard the Portland Spirit


8 p.m. Blue Jean Bash Local venues 10 p.m. Fireworks


AUGUST 14 1 p.m. Reba McEntire Concert At Camp Rilea, Warrenton. Pre-concerts by U.S. Army Band and Phil Vassar


SEPTEMBER 2011 SEPTEMBER 14-18


Astoria Super Homecoming Daily activities


Museum Exhibits open at Heritage Museum, Oregon Film Museum, Flavel House, Columbia River Maritime Museum, historic home tours, film location tours, climb the Astoria Column, or ride the Old 300 Riverfront Trolley.


Fur Trade Encampment, 1800-1840 historic re- enactment, Fort Stevens State Park (Historical Park area) Warrenton. The encampment of living history actors will represent the Astor Party and others in- volved in the Columbia region from 1800 to 1840s. Demonstrations of fur trading, period crafts and music. Daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parking fee


SEPTEMBER 15 7 p.m. Adventure in History Lecture Series fea- turing Jane Kirkpatrick, author of 16 books, who will tell the story of Madame Marie Dorion, an Iowan Indian women who journeyed with her hus- band and two children over the Rockies with the overland Astor Party arriving in Astoria January 1812. A dessert bar, beverages, lecture and book signing.


Liberty Theater, 12th and Commercial streets, Asto- ria, 7 p.m. Tickets available at the box office. (503) 325-5922 ext. 55.


SEPTEMBER 16 Football game, Class reunions


SEPTEMBER 17 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Astoria Air Show: “Celebrating 100 Years of Naval Aviation" USCG Air Station, Warrenton


Fur Trade Encampment, 1800-1840 historic re-enactment, Fort Stevens State Park


Commercial Fishermen’s Festival food booths, demonstrations, contests, music and family fun. Tongue Point, Astoria (admission & parking fee see www.commercialfishermensfestival.com)


SEPTEMBER 17 7:30 p.m. Liberty Theater Presents “Judy Collins in Concert” Liberty Theater, 12th and Commercial streets, Astoria, 7:30 p.m. Tickets avail- able at the box office. (503) 325-5922 ext. 55.


SEPTEMBER 18 Fur Trade Encampment, 1800-1840 historic re- enactment, Fort Stevens State Park. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.


2:30 p.m. Liberty Theater Presents “Judy Collins in Concert”Liberty Theater, 12th and Commercial streets, Astoria, 7 p.m. Tickets available at the box office. (503) 325-5922 ext. 55.


For more details and updates contact the Astoria Bicentennial at (503) 325-5889, abc2011@cumtux.org or visit the website at www.astoria200.org


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