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City of Astoria, Oregon

 

Port of Play

785 Alameda, Astoria, OR 97103
503-325-8669

info@astoriaparks.com

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Summer Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-1pm
CLOSED WEEKENDS

Holiday Closures: July 4th & September 4th


Port of Play features a unique open indoor play center with mats, tricycles, small slides, and scooters that provide opportunties for youngsters to run and be active. The play center is combined with hands-on exhibits for children to explore creatively. Open play requires an adult present at all times. Open play is $3.50 per child.

Rent Port of Play for your next birthday party!

Reservations are available for weekends and after normal operational hours. Reservations include the use of Port of Play and a separate room for food, cake and more.  50% of payment is due at the time of reservation, with final payment due on the day of the party.  Cost is $115/2 hours.  

Call us at (503) 325-8669 to book your party!
Parents' Night Out at Port of Play 
Ages: 2.5- 10 (must be potty trained) 

Parents, drop your child off for a night of fun, while you enjoy a night out. The kids will enjoy crafts, movies, popcorn, and games. Snacks will be provided. 

Pre-Registration:
$9 per child (must register Wednesday prior to event)

Drop-In Registration:
$13 per child, $10 per additional child 

Summer Dates for Parents' Night Out:

  • June 10th/24th
  • July 8th/22nd
  • Aug. 12th/26th

Click here to register online.

Employee
of the
Month

   

Michelle Hughes

Michelle Hughes has been an umpire for the department for four years, and also fills in occasionally as a basketball referee.  Michelle has an amazing attitude and has the ability to manage relationships with both the coaches in the youth leagues and competitive players in the adult leagues. She is always willing to work at any level on the softball field, often times filling in for umpires without any notice.


Michelle is very much appreciated for all that she does for our recreation program and how she handles herself maturely as a sports official.  Thanks, Michelle!

 


 
 
 

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