Astoria, OR – Another Oktoberfest ‘themed’ festival has come to our attention and it’s from none other than Fort George out of Astoria. This year’s festival features over 30 different Northwest beers, for this three day event. Also, as with the past a local charity will benefit from your attendance, with this year’s being the Clatsop County Regional Food Bank (a United Way Agency).
Held on the waterfront East of the Old Astoria Train Station, festival goers will receive an official tasting glass good for the weekend. Don’t forget there will be Live music throughout the weekend, and children are welcome. Food will be on hand for purchased and provided by Baked Alaska Restaurant & Lounge. For more information visit Fort George’s website, or contact them at the number listed.
September 24th, 2010 to September 26th, 2010
Pacific Northwest Brew Cup, Astoria Public Square
Astoria Public Square 1483 Duane Street, Astoria, OR - (503) 325-7468
The mission of Clatsop Community Action is to help people meet housing, food, and other basic living needs.
History of Clatsop Community Action
Clatsop Community Action (CCA) was founded in 1984. CCA is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization which seeks to end poverty, hunger, homelessness and their root causes by providing services to the low-income & homeless in Clatsop County.
CCA offers a variety of services including Clatsop Regional Food Bank, energy assistance, respite referral, temporary rental assistance, homeless case management, a mail/ messenger service, and a free store.
In addition to providing these services, CCA identifies and develops programs to meet needs not currently being addressed in Clatsop County. –source, Clatsop County Community Action
Our Story: Baked Alaska was born in the spring of 2000 and was originally the concept of Chef Christopher Holen, used in mock culinary school projects such as Menus, Business Plans etc. In June of 2000 the ideas spawned a real business plan and school externship. Baked Alaska -- Read the rest of our story