YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN – CAMP FIRE BENEFIT SHOW
Join us for a special showing of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” to benefit Camp Fire Central Oregon. This fun event will also include a bake sale and raffle!
Good Grief! Never have dire words elicited such joy and laughter. In, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” Charles Schultz and Clark Gesner bring the iconic comic strip to life in musical form. We trust that Charlie Brown, Lucy, and Linus will always teach us the great lessons of life with a laugh and leave us with a sardonic smile and humming a snappy tune.
Camp Fire has been a staple for positive youth development in Central Oregon for 100 years, offering after school clubs, day camps, teen programs, and childcare options throughout the year. As a donation-based nonprofit organization, Camp Fire relies on the generosity and support of individuals just like you. We believe that every child deserves the opportunity to thrive – purchase your ticket today and get ready for a fun night of laughter for a cause!
Visit Camp Fire Central Oregon’s website for the promo code – thanks to the generosity of the Cascades Theatrical Company, tickets are only $13 this night!
BEND COMEDY PRESENTS “LOCAL SHOWCASE” AT SUMMIT SALOON
This is a canned food drive for Neighborhood Impact.
Bring two or more canned food items to get in for free.
All performers will be local talent.
REDMOND BREWERY GRAND OPENING & ONE BEARD TO RULE THEM ALL
5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
2095 SW Badger Ave
-Best real and fake beard competition
-Best real and fake mustache competition
-$4,000 in prizes & cash for winners
-A portion of proceeds go to the St. Charles Foundation to aid in prostate cancer prevention and research.
-Food presented by Hola!
-Music by MOsley WOtta
-Bend Trolley will provide free shuttle rides from Bend Brewery to Redmond.
HARMONY4WOMEN AND “HAPPY TOGETHER” CONCERT
Summit High School
Harmony4Women and Bella Acappella will be joined by the Elk Meadow Children’s Choir to perform a “Happy Together” concert. Guest singers will be the Upbeat! Quartet. The chorus is comprised of local women ranging in age from 8 to 88. Two performances will take place on November 21 at Summit HS. Tickets are $12 each. Proceeds benefit AAUW, Grandma’s House, Soroptimist International of Bend & Bella Acappella.
CASCADE WINDS SYMPHONIC BAND FALL CONCERT
Summit High School Auditorium
The Cascade Winds Symphonic Band, under the direction Michael Gesme, will present the opening concert of the 2015-2016 season on November 22, 2015, 2:00pm in the Summit High School Auditorium. Half of the concert repertoire has a tie to the east coast beginning with the “Appalachian Overture” by James Barnes, one of the most respected contemporary band composers active today. Also with settings in the east is a tone poem describing the state of “Virginia” by Jacob de Haan and a set of “Colonial Airs and Dances” by Robert Jager. The latter are based on songs from the American colonies composed in the seventeenth century, each with a decidedly British flavor a quirky title, set for concert band with clever, colorful, and contemporary orchestration by the composer.
A concert band performance would not be complete without a march, and Edwin Bagley’s “National Emblem March” will stir the patriotic spirit with its quotes from the Star-Spangled Banner. One of the great band directors of the twentieth century, Frederick Fennell, called the work “as perfect a march as a march can be.” Alfred Reed’s “Fifth Suite for Band” and Philp Sparke’s “Orient Express” will round out the program. The Reed is a set of four wildly contrasting dance settings from around the world, including Hoe Down from America, Sarabande from France, Yamabushi Kangura from Japan and Hora from Israel and Rumania. The “Orient Express” is exactly as one would expect with the title: a musical description of the hustle and bustle of a busy train station, the slow lurching forward of the train as the journey gets underway and the resplendent grandeur of traveling across Europe on this most famous and luxurious mode of transportation. Train whistles most certainly included!
Sponsored by the Department of Fine Arts and Communications at COCC and with community support from the Cascade Winds Symphonic Band Association, the Cascade Winds is the premiere symphonic concert band in Central Oregon. Many of the finest wind and percussion musicians in the region participate in the ensemble, which is dedicated to creating an entertaining and enjoyable musical experience for audiences of all ages. For additional information about this performance and the Cascade Winds please contact Michael Gesme at email@example.com, or visit www.cascadewinds.org.
THE TEN TENORS: HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Bend Surgery Center CenterStage Series. Home for the Holidays is a magical experience for the whole family that will dazzle, delight and captivate audiences. Join Australia’s rockstars of the opera as they amaze and enthral with their unique selection of traditional and contemporary seasonal favourites. With soaring versions of Joy to the World, Sleigh Ride, White Christmas, Amazing Grace, Winter Wonderland, Feliz Navidad and many more, Home for the Holidays is the perfect way to celebrate the spirit of the season. The TEN Tenors are undoubtedly one of Australia’s most successful touring entertainment groups of all time, with more than 90 million people worldwide witnessing their unmistakable charm, camaraderie and vocal power. Following 16 years of sell-out performances across the globe, including more than 2000 of their own headline concerts, The TEN Tenors have cemented their place as one of the worlds most loved classically based contemporary music groups.
Reserved Seating: $38, $48, $68.
T-SHIRT TUESDAY AT BROKEN TOP BOTTLE SHOP
Broken Top Bottle Shop
Deals for buying & wearing BTBS gear!
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.