HOPS FOR HUMANITY AT SILVER MOON BREWERY
5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Silver Moon Brewing
Silver Moon Brewing and Bend Area Habitat bring you Hops for Humanity, an IPA by Silver Moon Brewing.
Funds raised benefit the House That Beer Built!
Plan your evening or date night and enjoy Hops for Humanity! Great beer for a great cause!
October 15 (thru Oct. 18)
CASCADE THEATRICAL COMPANY PRESENTS: BLACK BOX A NIGHT OF ONE ACTS
Cascade Theatrical Company
Adult: $15, Student & Senior: $12
Show runs: October 15-18 with Thurs-Sat shows starting at 7:30pm and Sun matinees at 2:00pm
Black Box plays explore the darker, more complex sides of life, love, and relationships. One-act plays to make you laugh, cry, feel, and think. You will be glad you came to the theatre.
October 16 (thru Oct. 18)
DESPERADO CELEBRATES 19TH ANNIVERSARY & GRAND OPENING OF NEW SHOE STORE
Desperado in the Old Mill District
Come Celebrate Desperado’s 19th Anniversary & the Grand Opening of its new shoe store “Shoes &… by desperado” this October 16th-18th. Join us for a weekend of fun starting with our kickoff party Friday night from 5-8pm with live music by local favorite Moon Mountain Ramblers. Libations, nibbles, and Trunk Shows all weekend long featuring Johnny Was, world renowned custom boot maker Tony Benatar of Liberty Boot Company, and Central Oregon jeweler Emily Gibbon. Store Hours: Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm, Sunday 11am-6pm
EXHIBIT OPENING: SAGE GROUSE: ICON OF THE SAGEBRUSH SEA
High Desert Museum
The exhibition explores the fascinating natural history, cultural significance and conservation efforts to protect sage grouse and their habitat. Under an unprecedented partnership including ranchers, researchers, conservation groups, and state and federal agencies – a sage grouse conservation plan is emerging that may stop or even reverse the decline. In addition to highlighting this work, the exhibit offers specific ways the public can directly support sage grouse conservation. In partnership with The Nature Conservancy.
PATAGONIA’S JUMBO WILD FILM TOUR COMING TO BEND
Coming to Bend on October 18th, 2015, Patagonia presents Jumbo Wild – a gripping, hour-long documentary film by Sweetgrass Productions that tells the true story of the decades-long battle over the future of British Columbia’s iconic Jumbo Valley. Set against a backdrop of incredible backcountry ski and snowboard footage, Jumbo Wild documents all sides of a divisive issue bringing the passionate local fight to protect the Jumbo Valley’s wilderness to life for the first time. Hosted by Patagonia Ambassador Steve House and Josh Dirksen.
Go to www.patagonia.com/jumbowild to see a full list of Jumbo Wild tour dates.
EVIL DEAD THE MUSICAL ZOMBIE BLOOD DRIVE SCHEDULED
1:30 pm – 6:30 pm
2nd Street Theater
Give Blood, Get Sprayed with Fake Blood
Evil Dead the Musical Zombie Blood Drive Scheduled for October 19 2015
The cast of Evil Dead the Musical will be on hand Monday October 19th from 1:30 to 6:30pm, hosting a blood drive for the American Red Cross and giving out tickets to the 2015 production of Evil Dead the Musical, which runs October 16 through Halloween. The event will be held at 2nd Street Theater, located at 220 NE Lafayette in Bend.
Speaking of blood, now in its 5th year of production, the campy zombie filled musical comedy, based on the Evil Dead cult movie classics of the 1980’s, goes through 65 gallons of fake blood per production. Evil Dead the Musical is the only musical known for having a Splatter Zone. The show has performed to sell out crowds and each Blood Donor will receive a pair of tickets to see the show.
There are a limited number of donor slots available. Donors can sign up at www.redcrossblood.com or call the 2nd Street Theater box office at 541-312-9626 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about upcoming performances at 2nd Street Theater, please visit 2ndstreettheater.com.
About: Stage Right Productions is a nonprofit organization that operates 2nd Street Theater. Founded in 2011, Stage Right Productions’ mission is to cultivate the performing arts and provide a venue, support, entertainment and education to both the creative individuals and audiences in Central Oregon.
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.
BILL HOPPE RECENT PAINTINGS EXHIBIT
Gallery at Pinckney Center, COCC