Argentine Tango Dance
Sons of Norway Hall
549 NW Harmon Blvd
We are an intimate group of dancers who meet regularly to dance Argentine Tango, offering beginning Tango lessons every Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30. This is followed by two hours of practice time from 7:30 to 9:30 for all levels of Tango dancers.
The fee is $5. We’re always excited to have new people come join our community – stop by and say hi! For more information contact Douglas at
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit online at https://tangoaficionadosofbend.wordpress.com/
Cameron Kaseberg & Friends Art Exhibit Opening
220 E 4th St.,
The Dalles, OR
A6 Collection Opening Reception
389 SW Scalehouse Ct. #120
Bend, Oregon 97702
A6 highlights its collection of original prints and artist books from nationally-known artists such as Francoise Gilot, Joseph Mugnaini, Rick Bartow, Gendron Jensen, and local artists including Ingrid Lustig, Patty Freeman-Martin, Ron Schultz and Nancy Dasen. The collection represents the many varied forms of printmaking, from monotypes and collage-based collagraphs to traditional lithographs and etchings.
Tuxes and Tails
Riverhouse Convention Center
3075 N. Business 97
Bend, OR, 97701
Come support the Humane Society of Central Oregon, and have the time of your life at our annual event. http://www.hsco.org/tuxes-tails-2015
Heaven Can Wait 5K Walk & Run
St. Charles Foundation’s annual Heaven Can Wait 5K walk/run for breast cancer has grown to become one of the largest 5K races in Central Oregon. Each year on National Cancer Survivors Day, the first Sunday in June, the Heaven Can Wait 5K draws thousands to Bend’s Drake Park with a shared mission to raise funds for Sara’s Project. Sara’s Project, a fund of St. Charles Foundation, provides education, early detection and support services to ease the challenges of breast cancer for people in Central and Eastern Oregon.
Natural History Pub
High Desert Museum
59800 S. Hwy. 97
World-renowned conservationist Thomas Lovejoy will be this season’s final Natural History Pub speaker. As evidence pours in from the arctic to the tropics, the footprint of climate change is pervasive and the outlook is dire. As a conservationist working on a global scale, Lovejoy will broaden our regional High Desert focus with a fascinating talk on the urgent subject of climate change and how we can proactively manage for our children’s future through ecosystem restoration.
Farm & Ranch Tour
Various Locations Around Bend
If you want to learn how our local farmers and ranchers are growing healthy food these days, join The Well Traveled Fork for a tour of Central Oregon farms and ranches that produce food the old fashioned way—the way we used to before big agribusiness became the source of most of our food.
Cost: $65 per person | Duration: 3.5 to 4 hours
Bend Farmers Market
Downtown – Brooks Street Alley-Way, Bend
The Market occurs once a week downtown in the Brooks Street Alley-way behind the Tower Theater. The Market also takes place on Fridays, from 2pm to 6pm, June 19th thru August 21st, at Mountain View High School north parking lot. The high school is located at 2755 NE 27th St. We continue to reach out to the community as the first farmers market in Oregon to launch a Farm to School program. www.bendfarmersmarket.com/contact-us