Tuesday, December 1, the nonprofit Tower Theatre Foundation joins the #GivingTuesday movement — a global day of unity to unleash grassroots generosity, inspire citizen engagement and encourage corporate giving. Money raised December 1 will help make up the nearly $800,000 the Tower has lost in rental revenue and ticket sales since the first COVID shut-down…

You are cordially invited to Hospice of Redmond’s Festival of Trees Tour of Trees 2020 on display throughout our community and online for viewing, November 22-December 5. Bid online December 1-5; televised auction December 5 from 6-7pm on KBNZ/CBS. Visit HospiceofRedmond.org to: Find tree locations View trees Register for online bidding — bidding begins December…

The Deschutes County Board of Commissioners’ application process for its Arts & Culture grants program is now open.  This marks the fourth year that Deschutes County will offer this grant opportunity, which is designed to increase arts and culture opportunities and make arts and culture education available to Deschutes County residents.  A total of $20,000…

((Left) Tangled Line Hyena, pencil on paper by Emma Carpenter, (right) Moose, pencil on paper by Visions of Hope Inmate Artist) Art in the Atrium, Franklin Crossing, which opened November 3, 2020, exhibits artwork by Emma Carpenter, a high school sophomore, as well as by inmates of Oregon correctional institutions. The exhibit continues through November…

The Deschutes Cultural Coalition announces the opening of its on-line grant application for cultural grants. The complete application is due November 20, 2020 at 5pm. Guidelines and instructions for both are available at: deschutesculturalcoalition.org/grants. The Coalition will make its awards in January 2021 and anticipates around $24,000 in grant funding. Typical grant awards are from…