June 2013 – January 2014
Our Signature Labor Day Weekend event features:
- Hole-in-One Contest – Win a Brand New Camero
- Free Live Music from Sagebrush Rock – Get Ready to Dance
- Family Fun Relays, Lawn Games, Face Painting and More
- Tasty BBQ Specials
- 21 & Over Beer Garden
- Ice Cream and other Treats
- Putting Tournaments for Children and Adults
Learn more. For reservations and more information, call 541.923.2453.
The legendary Halloween Cyclocross Crusade race is back for the third year, and will again take place at Deschutes Brewery in the Old Mill District on October 25-27, 2013.
Witness the fun and mayhem of over 1,000 cyclocross racers donning costumes and competing for Cross Crusade points. In addition to two days of epic racing, attendees will enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of the Deschutes Brewery beer garden, live music, and cultural food and festivities.
Join Faith, Hope and Charity for their holiday open house. The cover charge of $10 includes wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres and music. Local artists, Debbie Miller, Michelle Deaderick and Mary Jo Weiss, will have their beautifully handcrafted art pieces on display and available for purchase.
Join us for a day of holiday spirit and blessings from all of us at Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards.
The best of Christmas traditions and winter memories comes to downtown Bend showcasing popular and beloved stories, dances and songs, performed by many of Central Oregon’s top actors and media personalities.
Musical performances by singers Megan Cranor, Heather Tennant-Salvesen, Ben Larson and Nathan Snyder, Mollie Tennant, Jimena Shephard, and Scott Carroll.
Central Oregon School of Ballet will perform the Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Newschannel 21 meteorologist Bob Shaw recites “Twas the Night before Christmas.” And the Tower Theatre’s Ray Solley reads “Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus.”
Thursday, January 9: The California Honeydrops will return to Sisters after a rousing 2013 festival appearance. Drawing heavily on Southern soul and Bay-area R&B with a twist of New Orleans second-line street music, the Honeydrops defy genres. Their style may not have a name, but one thing is certain: The California Honeydrops don’t just play music; they throw parties.
Saturday, March 1: The incomparable Willy Porter will bring his inventive guitar-playing, passionate songwriting and entertaining stage-show back to Sisters. Porter continues to amaze with heavy guitar-driven instrumentals, heartfelt and insightful lyrics, and absolute humor in his loop-effect stories about the underbelly of society.
Tuesday, March 18: The return of Welsh singer-songwriter Martyn Joseph, a favorite of both the festival and the 2012 winter concerts. Considered a “courageous” live entertainer, Martyn follows in the tradition of social protest and commentary with intimate portrayals of the human condition. His songs reflect a 30-year career with 31 albums and thousands of live performances.
Saturday, March 29: To conclude the series, the festival will present a multi-media performance by the Celtic super-group, Solas. “Irish-America’s most influential band,” according to NPR, will perform as they celebrate the release of Shamrock City, their 11th album and most ambitious project and live show to date. It is a family story of immigration, mining and murder, and the remarkable history of Michael Conway and Butte, Montana.
Doors open at 6:30pm.