The daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1961-current, August 01, 2019, Page 16, Image 15

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Movies in the Park, presented by Astoria Parks
and Recreation, return to the big screen at
Fred Lindstrom (Peter Pan) park on Aug. 7.
ASTORIA – Movies in the park return
to the big screen at dusk every Wednesday
in August at Fred Lindstrom (Peter Pan)
These events are free and concessions
are provided.
On Aug. 7 “How To Train Your
Dragon: Hidden World,” will be shown
followed by “Moana,” on Aug. 14. “Detec-
tive Pikachu” plays Aug. 21 with Disney’s
“Dumbo” capping off the showings on
Aug. 28.
This is the tenth year of Movies in the
Park presented by Astoria Parks and
For more information, visit asto-
All things garlic
at Clatskanie
Garlic Festival
Annual Garlic Festival will bring
garlic growers from Oregon and
Washington to Cope’s Park from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug.
The event accompanies the
park’s weekly Saturday Market.
Music, food, cooking demonstra-
tions, vegetables, crafts and chil-
dren’s activities will be featured.
The festival will feature at
This year’s Garlic Festival in
Clatskanie will be held from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug.
17, at Cope’s Park, 11 Lillich St.
least 30 strains of garlic includ-
ing heirloom and gourmet hard
neck and soft neck garlic. Cook-
ing garlic as well as seed gar-
lic will be sold. The bulbs
have been cured so they will
stay fresh for six to ten months
depending on the variety. Spicy
through mild strains will be
available, as well as pickled
garlic, dried garlic scape sprin-
kles, garlic braids and artisan