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Astoria Park Conservancy is proud to present community events that support our mission to connect our community through inspiring experiences in nature that improve livability, health, and wellbeing.
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Frontline Resilience

August 25 @ 10:15 am - 11:15 pm

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One event on August 25, 2024 at 10:15 am

Astoria’s Frontline Resilience Series is designed to build social support and increase resilience for our frontline heroes.

Critical Service Providers are the true backbone of this community, continuing to provide 24-hour support and services to our most vulnerable members. With a mission to connect the community through inspiring experiences in nature that improve livability, health, and well-being, we offer monthly complimentary programs to 20 partnering organizations that provide essential services.

A soothing soak in Astoria Hot Springs can help counteract stress, increase relaxation, and reduce anxiety. Time spent at Astoria fosters healthier and happier individuals and a more broadly connected community.

Sunday, July 14th: Yoga + Sound Bath facilitated by a Medicine Wheel Wellness Practitioner from 10:15a-11:15a in the Johnny Counts Cabin, soak from 11:15a-1:15p in the hot springs


*Email your name and place of work, and position. This program is EXCLUSIVELY FOR CRITICAL SERVICE PROVIDERS!

*Astoria has partnered with 20 organizations, including the Human Service Council and Emergency Service Organizations. If you do not receive flyers through your employment and consider yourself a critical service provider, email for more information.


August 25
10:15 am - 11:15 pm

Event FAQs

Indoor COVID protocols

We recommend wearing masks when social distancing is not possible.

What to expect if my program includes a soak

There are changing rooms you are welcome to use to transition into your soaking attire.

Soaking FAQs
General property rules

No dogs are allowed anywhere on our premises, including the parking lot and grounds on this side of the red bridge. This is a requirement of Teton County, as Astoria is located in a wildlife corridor.