This is a shout out to Oregon Adaptive Sports (OAS) who have impacted so many in our community. If you want to be inspired watch this video – it’s guaranteed to make your day. If you want to get involved with OAS connect HERE.
Oregon Adaptive Sports is working every day to empower people of all abilities to fully engage in the outdoors. The life-changing experiences OAS provides allows these individuals to live a healthy, active, and thriving life.
Twenty-three years ago, passionate members of the local ski community came together to provide snow opportunities to members of the community with disabilities. Today, Oregon Adaptive Sports (OAS) is a premiere adaptive sports organization in the Pacific Northwest providing a…
Sunday, October 25, 2020 at 4:00 PM
Come out for a Drive-In style movie in Terrebonne on October 25th and watch Casper on our huge 24′ outdoor screens at Faith Hope and Charity Vineyard and Event Center!
Tickets are available to purchase through this event page or by calling 3 Rivers Limo Co at 541-604-9808. You can only get tickets through the limo company, the vineyard does not sell them. MORE INFO HERE.
This event will also include a costume contest for the kids! Dress them up in their best costume to win a prize! We will have a special table set up for the kids to Trick-or-Treat and show off their costume, too! Categories for this contest…
Live Music is happening in Bend. Please note there is very limited capacity for in person attendance and you are encourage to watch the live stream remotely.
VIRTUAL ROOTS 2020, October 30th – November 1st…A grand celebration of culture and live music in Bend! See the full schedule at http://www.bendroots.net
The BEND ROOTS REVIVAL is an authentic grassroots community event. Since 2006 Bend Roots has grown in the spirit of education, and is designed to help cultivate the soul of our community. We believe this celebration is vital to the wellbeing of Bend now more than ever, and we agree, safety should be everyone’s first priority.
This season, seven sound stages, distributed around…
OCT 20, 2020 | Virtual Edition | 6:30-8:30PM | $5 suggested donation (www.omsi.edu/donate)
Why Mushrooms Matter: Ethnomycology Through the Ages with Peter McCoy, Founder of Mycologos. MORE INFO HERE.
For millennia, mushrooms and other fungi have been an integral, yet unsung, hero in the human story. The creation of fungi-fermented foods, drinks, and breads paved the ways for the settling of civilizations. Microscopic fungi fill the tissues of all plants, influencing their production of important nutritive and healing compounds that benefit all of life. Large and small fungi are embedded in traditional customs, rituals, and cosmologies, where they have played essential roles in shaping the development of ancient cultures. Even today, novel…
A new series from the Deschutes River Conservancy that looks at water and all the groups it affects in the Deschutes river basin.
Wednesday Oct 21, Nov 4, and Nov 18. MORE INFO HERE.
Have 3 minutes or less you *may* be willing to spare? If so, please join us to talk WATER! Watch at your leisure – view each one as it is released within this event “Discussion”!
These short, bite sized online conversations, each wrap up in less than 180 seconds so you can grab a quick earful on the go!
WATER TALKS aims to help demystify the world of water here in Central Oregon. We’ll tackle some tricky topics with some of our basin’s most…
Local radio personality, Dave (Duke) Sholin, is on 20/20 tonight talking about his interview with Lennon on the day he died. Dave now resides in Bend and appears on KSJJ 102.9 and The Mix 100.7. Tune in tonight to see Dave and to remember a music legend.
On December 8, 1980 the world stood still as it learned about the death of John Lennon, a music icon and former member of The Beatles. Now, nearly 40 years after that infamous day and days after what would have been his 80th birthday, the season premiere of “20/20” tells the story of Lennon’s life, final days, and lasting legacy through the eyes of close friends and colleagues and rarely seen footage from the…
Episode 02: How did we get here?
California is notorious for its wildfires. California is a fire-adapted ecology and many of the ecosystems across the state rely on fire to reproduce, establish and spread seed. However, 100 years ago, forest management policies changed, leading to increased fuel loads in forests and the use of fossil fuels has led to a drier and hotter climate for more months of the year. This legacy of fire suppression and a changing climate have led to an increase in the number and severity of forest fires across the state.
In Episode 02, we speak with forestry experts on the frontlines of protecting California’s ecosystems through research, policy, and grassroots action. Series overview: The State…
To honor those who serve, RISE Troops Challenge – Oregon features obstacles and challenges based on actual military tactical skills and training challenges across the branches.
Plus, our event supports four veteran based non profit organizations. MORE INFO HERE.
Walk, run, or crawl your way through out series of challenging obstacles to earn your dog tag and bragging rights as one of our troops. Teams get their own Troop-based challenges, and must finish together.
Overcome obstacles ranging from military style wall climbs to the rope traverse to a team evacuation carry. Marksmanship is tested through the air-soft…
Thursday Oct 15th, 5pm – 6pm Hosted by Deschutes Land Trust.
Salmon in Central Oregon
Join the Deschutes Land Trust and Portland General Electric fish biologist, Megan Hill, to learn all about the salmon that swim in our local streams and rivers. Megan will share the fascinating natural history of sockeye, Chinook, and steelhead, along with an update on regional efforts to return salmon and steelhead to their homewaters. Get an inside scoop on the fish passage facilities at Round Butte Dam near Madras, and learn more about local salmon conservation. Then, you’ll have a chance to ask Megan your questions during a question and answer session. **Registration required to receive the virtual event link. Only…
The Ronald McDonald House has been supporting families in our community for a very long time and we want to shine a light on the great work they continue to do with this community profile. Charities like these need our help more than ever so consider getting involved or donating – or both. There are many ways to help from driving, baking, event and hospitality support and more. You can find a list of organizations on our ‘Get Involved’ page with links to learn about what they are doing in our community.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon & SW Washington provides access to medical care, a home away from home, and a community of support for seriously ill…