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Make and take yarn-wrapped letter art. Ages 10-17 years.
Celebrate the successful harvest Central Oregon style, with a good ol’ Ho Down. Farm-to-table BBQ feast featuring Barley Beef
Join the Children’s Forest of Central Oregon for a film screening of School’s Out: Lessons from a Forest Kindergarten (2013), followed by a panel discussion. We’ll provide outdoor games and crafts for children ages 4 and up during the film and panel.
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BINGO every Wednesday at River’s Place in Bend.
Demos, videos and instruction. Bring your own subject photographs and supplies. For more information
Get your poems in the Source Weekly! Writers can submit up to 5 poems, 30 lines max each. Include title of poem in file name. Include name, email address and phone number in body of email. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Attach poems as PDF. If you prefer, you can also drop the poems off at the Source Weekly office. Deadline is November 1, at 4pm.
Bend Senior Center is showing art by the 100+ members of the SageBrushers Art Society. Come visit the new Senior Center and enjoy beautiful paintings in acrylic, oil and watercolor, as well as outstanding photography. Showing through October 24.
Get ready for a 3-day over-night adventure on the Lower Deschutes with Tumalo Creek. Raft, kayak or paddleboard by day and enjoy catered meals at camp and bonfires by night all under the care of experienced guides. Sign up now at Tumlaocreek.com.
Schoolhouse Produce is showing the work of Bend artist Kathleen Kaye during October. Kathleen’s luminous watercolor landscapes, inspired by a love of the natural world, form a perfect backdrop for fall’s garden bounty.
Looking for volunteers to receive donations, sort, and price items. Volunteers are critical to the operations of our high-save shelter and contribute directly to the care of our animals by ensuring our donations are processed.
Annual fiber exhibit of handspun and handwoven items. Demonstrations on Oct. 12.
Northwest Trading Post hosts an art installation and community ancestor altar for the month of October. The “In Marrow” collage series by Kaycee Anseth will be on display, and the artist invites the public to participate in creating a space of reflection and connection in harvest time.
Explore the spiritual insights and learn how to correctly chant mantras in Japanese. Reservations required.
SageBrushers Art Society presents “Personal Favorites/Personal Best – Watercolor at SageBrushers”. Come and enjoy the featured selections of the society’s watercolor artists.