September 9 (Thru Sept. 30)
MULTICULTURAL ART AND ARTIFACTS SHOW
Works representing Central Oregon’s rich diversity for Festival of Cultures
REDMOND LIBRARY BOOK CLUB DISCUSSES “THE BIG BURN” BY TIMOTHY EGAN
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
September 11 (Thru Sept. 13)
SISTERS FOLK FESTIVAL
COST: $120 adults, $60 under 18
Sisters welcomes festival goers for three days of world-class performances by artists including: The Subdudes, a New Orleans blues-rock and soul band; the 2014 encore artist Eric Bibb; songwriter Tift Merritt; and last year’s crowd favorites Darlingside. Additionally, Festival organizers are proud to bring Boston-based bands Session Americana; Laura Cortese and the Dance Cards; Ryan Montbleau; and the duo Tall Heights. Other acts on the bill are: Mandolin Orange; The Bills; Shinyribs & the Tijuana Train Wreck Horns; Gretchen Peters; Zydeco master Andre Thierry; Beth Nielsen Chapman; Canadian roots band New Country Rehab; Liz Longley; Australian-songwriter Jordie Lane; Austin-based Luke Wade and No Civilians; Jonathan Byrd and the Pickup Cowboys; Western swing and award winning fiddler Katie Glassman and Snapshot; bluegrass rockers Mountain Heart; Dave McGraw and Mandy Fer; The Weather Machine; Freddy & Francine; Beth Wood; Dennis McGregor; and many more.
HEALING REINS’ DIAMONDS & DUST
60575 Billadeau Road
It’s time to get your tickets!
Tickets are selling fast and it’s going to be another great party so dust off your boots, get out your brims and join us on Saturday, September 12th in the big barn that changes lives.
This year’s Live Auction line-up includes some truly fabulous items and experiences that you won’t want to miss:
Cycling Adventure in Portugal, Fishing at Grindstone Lakes, Framed Original “Seeing is Believing” Painting, Galapagos Islands Tour for Two, local getaways, private parties and so much more!
All proceeds benefit the many Central Oregon children, teens, adults and families referred to Healing Reins for our unique services.
This special night includes:
Country Catering’s hearty BBQ feast
Twist Cocktail Catering Company’s rockin’ drinks and wines
Deschutes Brewery suds
Bend Photo Lounge fun
Music and even line dancing instruction if you dare!
Visit diamondsanddust.org for tickets and more information.
ANNUAL HOOD RIVER FLY-IN
Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum
Ken Jernstedt Airfield
Come celebrate WAAAM Air and Auto Museum’s Birthday. Enjoy hundreds of visiting airplanes, food and activities. See airplanes close at hand and visit with the pilots.Airplane and biplane rides. Acres of free parking.
Museum open 9-5. Lions Club breakfast 8 am Sat/Sun.
WAAAM is located three miles from downtown Hood River at 1600 Air Museum Road, Hood River, OR 97031. Call (541) 308-1600 for more information or visit www.waaamuseum.org
September 14 (Thru Oct. 31)
EDWARD CURTIS EXHIBIT
A6 Studio and Gallery
A rare photography and print exhibit celebrating the life and work of Edward Curtis in Bend, Oregon from September 4 – October 31, 2015 at the A6 Gallery.
More than 50 original Edward Curtis photos and prints of Native American tribal members will be on display at the gallery 7-days a week. The exhibit is free to the public and guided tours are available for $6 with no reservation needed.
Collectors will have an opportunity to purchase prints from the collection on September 1, 2015. Collectors must pre-register before August 25 by emailing or calling A6.
“Curtis Fever” expands throughout Central Oregon with more events and exhibits focused on Edward Curtis including presentations from Christopher Cardozo, the nation’s top collector and expert, at the Tower Theatre and award-winning author Timothy Egan on his best-selling Edward Curtis biography, “Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher: The Epic Life and Immortal Photographs of Edward Curtis”. The High Desert Museum will feature a companion exhibit of his work from the museum’s own collection and present a screening of Curtis’ 1914 silent film. BendFilm will show the documentary “Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indians” as a prelude to the film festival.
LUNCH AND LECTURE: CREATING BY HAND THROUGH MEMORY
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
High Desert Museum
Join Vivian Adams, Yakama Indian and co-curator of our celebrated permanent exhibit By Hand Through Memory, as she recounts the design and intended messages of this exhibit. Sixteen years after it opened, this unique interpretive gallery continues to emphasize the resilience of the Native Peoples of the Columbia River Plateau in retaining their cultural identity. Bring a lunch or enjoy one from the Rimrock Cafe before revisiting By Hand Through Memory with an insider’s understanding.
BEERS MADE BY WALKING TAPPING EVENT
Broken Top Bottle Shop
Join Beers Made By Walking, ONDA, and some of Bend’s best local breweries for a chance to sample unique, new beers inspired by Oregon’s high desert. SNEAK PEEK: Fresh off the hike at Black Canyon, Deschutes brewer, and BMBW veteran, Veronica Vega was leaning toward making an IPA with yarrow and black currant and is putting finishing touches on the recipe.