We’re woodsy folk here in Bend, and we like our campfires. The dancing glow of red and yellow flames brings us together, inspiring us to share stories from the mountains and rivers that surround us. Join Crow’s Feet Commons, Boken and Cowgirl Cash on Saturday, January 19, 7–10pm at Mirror Pond Plaza for a celebration of all things winter here in Central Oregon.
Gather around the many firepits right outside of Crow’s Feet Commons, and grab a fermented beverage – or a Stumptown Coffee drink if that is more your taste. Just across the plaza, Boken will be offering a unique menu of Asian fair and specialty cocktails.
Local pirate-folk band the Rum and the Sea will keep the crowd warm with their nautical forays, acoustic punk and softer songs of lost love. Think the Avett Brothers mixed with the Devil Makes Three, and a little Pogues thrown in for good measure. Front man, Jason Schweitzer, is backed by Brian Hinderberger with harmonies and guitar, Richard Meyers on bass, Brent Barnett on drums and Chris Youngers playing “everything else.”
Plan to embark on a rollicking journey with plenty musical bootie to keep you stompin’ and hummin’ throughout the evening.
Crow’s Feet Commons is Bend’s newest addition to the backcountry adventure community. As a hub for all kinds of adventurers, Crow’s Feet Commons has everything you need to be safe, efficient and happy in the backcountry. They serve Stumptown coffee drinks and a unique selection of beers and other brewed beverages in a tavern-style setting, where you can get your skis waxed and bike tuned up while sharing a pint and expanding your knowledge of traveling in the backcountry.
They have equipment from DPS, Moment, Dynafit, Mammut, Hestra, Kask of Sweden, POC, Jones Boards, G3 and Spark R & D. Owner and Operator David Marchi is a lifelong avalanche expert and ski mountaineering guide and has harnessed these connections in the industry to provide Bend’s backcountry skiers and boarders with the best gear and service available.
875 NW Brooks St., Bend