WINO WEDNESDAY AT BROKEN TOP BOTTLE SHOP
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Broken Top Bottle Shop
Deals on wine every Wednesday @ 6 pm – 10 pm at BTS.
FILM SCREENING: THE SAGEBRUSHSEA
5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
High Desert Museum
A nature documentary by the acclaimed Cornell Lab of Ornithology, The Sagebrush Sea, follows the Greater Sage-grouse — an increasingly rare bird with an otherworldly mating display — through a year on the steppe. The film’s lead cinematographer, Gerrit Vyn from The Cornell Lab, will be on hand to introduce the film and answer questions about its making.
AN EVENING OF MUSIC AND COWGIRL POETRY AT THE HIGH DESERT MUSEUM
High Desert Museum
Gather your girlfriends and enjoy Ladies’ Night Out: An Evening of Music and Cowgirl Poetry on Friday, January 8. Celebrate the spirit of ranch women and cowgirls captured in the Tough by Nature exhibit with poets Ellen Waterston, Jessica Hedges, Linda Hussa and Carolyn Dufurrena. The fun begins at 6:00 pm with a no-host bar and hors d’oeuvres, followed by a night of poetry and music. Cost is $5 for members, $10 for non-members.
“COACHES’ WIVES” AT TOWER THEATRE
Exclusive Northwest premiere! The unsung heroes of athletics, from Andrea Smith (Campbellsville, KY High School) to Jeanie Buss (Los Angeles Lakers). Post-screening Q&A with producer/director Jonathan Moore.
Unrated with running time of 74 minutes. Sponsored by Crater Lakes Spirits and in collaboration with BendFilm.
Reserved Seating: $13
Buy tickets at the box office 541-317-0700 or online at
REDMOND ICE SKATING RINK OPENS FOR THE SEASON
Strap on a pair of ice skates and start a new winter tradition this season at the Redmond Ice Skating Rink, once again set in the Downtown Redmond Plaza on 7th Street across from Centennial Park. Thanks to the City of Redmond and the Redmond Area Parks and Recreation District (RAPRD), people of all ages and levels can enjoy this traditional winter activity throughout the winter, weather permitting. For additional information, contact the rink at 541-977-7841, or the RAPRD office at 541-548-7275.
CREATING AWARENESS TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING CANDLELIGHT VIGIL
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Bellatazza (Outside on Plaza)
Soroptimist International of Bend will hold a candlelight vigil, in downtown Bend, to draw attention to the advocacy to stop human trafficking on Monday, January 11, 2016, the National Day of Human Trafficking Awareness. The vigil will be from 6:00 -7:00 pm, outside, in front of Belatazza and Mockingbird Gallery on Wall Street.
The candlelight vigil is free and open to the public to hear Nita Belles, a Soroptimist International of Bend member, Regional Director of Oregonians Against Trafficking Humans (OATH) and Managing Director of In Our Back Yard, speak on human trafficking in Oregon, the nation and around the world. The vigil will conclude with the reading of a poem written by a female survivor of trafficking.
BELLA ACAPPELLA HARMONY CHORUS GUEST NIGHT
Bend Senior Center
Love to sing & wonder where to place your voice?
Curious about acappella & want to learn harmony?
Looking for a quality music experience with dynamite women?
Bella Acappella Harmony Chorus is the place.
Bella is a chartered member of the applauded world-wide women’s organization, Sweet Adelines International; the proud mentoring chorus of Harmony4Women, and the regional 2nd place medal winner for small choruses.This May, Bella vies for regional 1st place in Reno, NV.
(You can be part of that.)
Bella is directed by Central Oregon’s most experienced acappella coach, Ms. Connie Norman.
Come to Bella’s Guest Night on Tuesday, Jan 12th.
We’ll sing for you & answer all your questions.
RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE EXHIBIT
High Desert Museum
From rain to shine to snow to hail, weather plays a large role in how we live our everyday lives. It affects how we dress, our daily activities, the crops we grow, work we do and water we use. How do we know what the weather will be? To understand it we need know about seasons, weather patterns, how to forecast weather and the impacts it has on our environment.