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February 4
Conscious Ecstatic Dance at Armature
Dance your own dance in your own way in a supportive community of kindred spirits. Celebrate the joy of free-form, expressive dance. Discover the power of movement for alchemical personal transformation. Dancing Free is the best practice for healing and liberating your body, mind and spirit. Sponsored by PULSE: The Alchemy of Movement. $10.
Location: 50 SE Scott St. Suite 1, Bend,


February 5
Ralphie May at the Tower Theatre
Four times platinum comedian! May’s stand up tour stops for one night only at the Tower.
Tickets Reserved Seating at $24, $43, $54
Four times platinum comedian with four one-hour Comedy Central specials and the co-host of The Perfect 10 Podcast
This is the real Ralphie May, no fakes no gimmicks, just straight 400 pounds of sexiness.
Location: 835 NW Wall St, Bend, OR 97701


February 6
Bend First Friday Artwalk Downtown & in Old Mill District
Downtown Bend, Art galleries and merchants open, many with music and art exhibits.
Location: Downtown Bend & in Old Mill District


February 7
Jarold Ramsey at Bend Library
Deschutes Public Library is excited to welcome beloved Oregon poet and author Jarold Ramsey to the Downtown Bend Library.
Location: Downtown Bend Public Library


February 8
Starship featuring Mickey Thomas at the Tower Theatre
One of the most important bands in the history of rock‘n’ roll began in 1979 when Mickey Thomas joined Paul Kanter, resurrectingJefferson Airplane and forming Jefferson Starship. Thomas’ powerful, unmistakable vocals led Starship to a string of Top Ten hits on radio and MTV throughout the next decade. Re-live the soundtrack of the ’80s!
Nothing’s GonnaStop Us Now
White Rabbit
Somebody To Love
Find Your Way Back
We Built This City
Location: 835 NW Wall St, Bend, OR 97701


February 9
Native Visions at COCC Bend
To honor the work of advocates of social justice and nonviolent change, CentralOregonCommunity College is helping to sponsoring a show as part of COCC’s King, Gandhi, Chavez and Mankiller Season of Nonviolence. The event is free and open to the public.
The performance of Native Visions will be Monday, Feb. 9, from 5 to 7 p.m., in Hitchcock Auditorium in Pioneer Hall on the COCC Bend Campus
This two-person show depicts the lives and experiences of Native Americans who have made important contributions to American society throughout our nation’s history.  Each show empowers the audience with knowledge about the truth of those who have had an influence in building America as we know it today.
Location: Hitchcock Auditorium, COCC, Bend


February 10
Central Oregon’s Avalanche Association’s “Know Before You Go” Presentation at BTBS
A basic avalanche awareness presentation aimed at highlighting some introductory concepts and tools for travelling in avalanche terrain.
Location: 1740 NW Pence Lane, Suite 1 Bend, OR 97701


February 11
Author! Author! An Evening with Garth Stein at Bend High School Auditorium
Stein’s novel The Art of Racing in the Rain sold more than six million copies, has been translated into 35 languages and spent more than three years on the New York Times bestseller list. His new novel, A Sudden Light, will be published by Simon & Schuster in September.
General admission tickets are just $20 each. Those tickets, as well as preferred seating tickets that include access to a private author reception, are available now at Series tickets are also available.
Location: 230 NE 6th St Bend, OR 97701


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