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First Friday at Thump Submissions from Thump Coffee’s Mixed Media Beard & Mustache Art Com- petition, paintings from the Art for India fundraiser for local nonprofit Rise Up International and a retrospec- tive of Commute Options Week posters share the spotlight. Friday, Jun 4. Thump Coffee, 25 NW Min- nesota Ave, Ste 2.
Greg Burke Photography. Artist reception. 5pm-8pm Friday, Jun 4. Eastlake Framing, 1335 NW Galveston Ave.
Jill Haney-Neal and her Wild (Tasteful)
Women Artist reception. Wild Women artwork is distinctive for its voluptuous women in various acts of bliss - drinking wine, eating chocolate and dancing. For info call Karen at 541-550-7001. 5pm-9pm Friday, Jun 4. Bella Moda, 1001 NW Wall St, Ste 102.
Keith Sluder Featuring magic realism watercolors. Art nouveau, seascapes, landscapes, wildlife, portraits, & Native American on display through Aug 1. Friday, Jun 4. Azura Studio, 856 NW Bond St.
Mosaic Art The Mosaic Guild of Central Oregon displays mosaic art. Runs through early July. Friday, Jun 4. Di Lusso Cafe, 744 NW Bond St.
ART IN THE ATRIUM AT FRANKLIN CROSSING PRESENTS THE WORK OF BFA CANDIDATES INCLUDING KATRINA SENTGEORGE. 5PM- 8PM FRIDAY, JUN 4.
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local arts Art in the Atrium Paintings by the OSU - Cas- cades art students including the 2010 BFA candidates: Joscelyn Jones, Tamara Bricker Pierce, and Katrina Sentgeorge. The Manzanita Strings, a local string quartet, perform. 5pm-8pm Friday, Jun 4. Franklin Crossing, 550 NW Franklin Ave.
Artist Reception: Trisha Hassler Preview reception June 3 from 5-8pm. Featuring new mixed media metal and fiber artwork. Refreshments, and an opportunity to meet the artist. Live music By Erin Cole- Baker. 5pm-9pm Friday, Jun 4. High Desert Gallery at the Oxford Hotel, 10 NW Minnesota Ave.
Charles Brock Photography. 6pm-8pm Friday, Jun 4. Townshend’s Bend Teahouse, 835 NW Bond St.
Community Portrait: Who Are We?
Featuring artwork, live music and interactive experi- ences by Teafly, Jo Lundburg, Sean Anderson, Matt Hand, René Mitchell, Teri Mintz, Kaycee Anseth and other local artists. 5pm-9pm Friday, Jun 4. tbd Loft, 856 NW Bond St.
Departure Point Features the bold, abstract land- scapes of Portland artist Kentree Speirs. Meet the art- ists and enjoy drinks and eats. Also showing thru June, “Mixed Media” a collection of paintings by Justyn Livingston and Randy Redfield. 5pm-9pm Friday, Jun 4. BICA Gallery, 2748 NW Crossing Dr, Ste 130.
Environment - Marilyn Higginson Paintings and sculture enchanted by nature and extreme mea- sures of time. Through July 1. Friday, Jun 4. River Bend Fine Art, 844 NW Bond St.
Nishon Thorstrom-Smith Fine art photogra- pher captures wildlife and scenery. She processes and finishes pieces unlike any other, resulting in mixed media art photography. 5pm-9pm Friday, Jun 4. Haven Home Style, 856 NW Bond St.
Not Cast in Stone and Au Naturel Works cre- ated by students and professional artists at the Figure Drawing Open Studio Lab at COCC. The Pitchtones perform. Runs June 4 – June 29. 5:30pm-8:30pm Friday, Jun 4. Atelier 6000, 389 SW Scalehouse Ct, Ste 120.
Linda Goering Glass and ceramic artifacts using a variety of techniques. Friday, Jun 4. The Garner Group, 2762 NW Crossing Dr.
Masters of Pastel Featuring the work of Lorenzo Chavez, Dan Chen, Dawn Emerson, Norma Holmes, Fran Kievet, Richard McKinley and Joey VanBlokland. Live music by Rich Hurdle and Friends. 5pm-9pm Friday, Jun 4. Mockingbird Gallery, 869 NW Wall St, Ste 100.
Art Envy: Claude Monet Take a look at the French Impressionist artist Claude Monet. Participants enjoy a 20-minute presentation on the life and work of Monet, and then get creative in a 45-minute painting workshop taught by local artist Paula Bullwinkel. 11am Thursday, Jun 10. La Pine Public Library, 16425 1st St.
Bend Chamber Toastmasters Weekly. Open to all. Go to bendchamber.freetoasthost.info
. 12pm Wednesday, Jun 2. The Environmental Center, 16 NW Kansas Ave.
Italian Conversation Group For practice, im- provement & fun, learn a bit before traveling or just to challenge yourself with a new language. Free. 6:30pm- 8:30pm Wednesday, Jun 2. Dudley’s Bookshop Cafe, 135 NW Minnesota Ave.
Employment Transition Group Talk about employment and related issues, and anything else. Show up, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
for more info. 1pm-3pm Thursday, Jun 3. Dudley’s Bookshop Cafe, 135 NW Minnesota Ave.
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League of Women Voters Luncheon Kelly Cannon-Miller Executive Director for the Des Chutes Historical Museum speaks, highlighting what we can learn about the history of Deschutes County through
photographs from the Museum’s collection. Open to the public. 11:30am-1pm Thursday, Jun 3. King’s Buffet, 2050 NE Third St.
Oregon’s Medical Marijuana Community
& Resource Center Bend chapter general meet- ing date is every first Saturday of each month. Call 541-306-4065 for info. www.oregongreenfree.net
. 12pm-3am Saturday, Jun 5.
Sacred Fire Community Gathering Gather- ings around a consecrated fire the first Saturday of each month. Open to all paths. Begin with a potluck meal, then move out to the fire. For more info, includ- ing location, contact 541-306-6448. 7pm-11:30pm Saturday, Jun 5.
Alcoholics Anonymous AA meetings held 7 days a week in over 50 locations starting as early as 7am and as late as 9pm. Call the 24-hour hotline at 548-0440. On-line schedules at www.coigaa.org
Table Tennis Night Bend Table Tennis Club invites everyone to come play ping pong. All ages and abilities welcome. For directions and more info visit bendtabletennis.com
. $5. 2pm-5pm Sundays, 6-9pm Wednesdays. West Bend Tennis Center, 1355 SW Commerce St.
Overeaters Anonymous OA meetings run Mondays (12pm), Wednesdays (5:30pm), Thursdays (12pm) and Saturdays (9am) each week. Newcom- ers meetings first Sat/month (8:30am). Tuesdays (6:30pm) in Redmond. For info call 306-6844. First United Methodist Church, 680 NW Bond St.
Newcomers of Bend Hospitality Coffee For all interested women. RSVP to the hostess at 541-330- 1654. Go to www.newcomersclubofbend.com
for info. 10am Wednesday, Jun 9.
presentations Gimme a Break: Where is Business Lend-
ing Going? A panel of Chief Credit Officers from two regional and one national bank about the current business lending environment and what each predicts will happen in the future. 11:15am-1pm Thursday, Jun 3. Touchmark, 19800 SW Touchmark Way.
Native Plants - A Primer Prepare for the Sunriv- er Nature Center’s Wildflower Show by learning about native plants and noxious weeds. 6:30pm-7:30pm Thursday, Jun 3. Bend Public Library, 601 NW Wall St.
Elle Collier Re Teacher-in-residence at The Heart- Gate, a sanctuary and retreat center in Hood River, speaks on “Summoning Whole Spirit”. 9am-10:30am Sunday, Jun 6. Spiritual Awareness Community at Old Stone Church, 157 NW Franklin Ave.
Golf Performance Lecture Common golfing injuries, pre-round warm-up, injury prevention and treatment options. Free community lecture. Call 541- 322-2375 to register. 6pm-7pm Tuesday, Jun 8. Bend Golf & Country Club, 61045 Country Club Dr.
Going Green For the Whole Family Tips for getting the whole family to go green. Presented by The Enviornmental Center. Free. 5:30pm-6:30pm Thursday, Jun 10. Atlas Design Center, 550 Industrial Way #29.
Raising Accountable Kids- Parenting Semi-
nar Hosted by Central Oregon Pediatric Association, covering parenting tips on raising accountable kids. Natalie Barnhouse speaks. 6pm-7:15pm Thursday, Jun 10. Bouncing off the Walls, 1134 Centennial Ct.
Terry Tempest Williams Award-winning author and public speaker. $20. 7pm Thursday, Jun 10. Sum- mit High School, 2855 NW Clearwater Dr.
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TWB Prod. Presents Lamppost Reunion Special engagement. June 2 and 3. This is an adult production. 6pm Wednesday, Jun 2. Cafe Alfresco, 614 NW Cedar Ave.
Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me a Tenor A madcap, screwball comedy. Runs June 4-20, Wednesday thru Saturday nights at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2pm. $20/ adults, $15/senior (60 and over), $12/students. Green- wood Playhouse, 148 NW Greenwood Ave.
The Laramie Project On October 7, 1998, a young gay man was discovered bound to a fence in the hills outside Laramie, Wyoming. After conducting more than 200 interviews a deeply moving theatri- cal experience was created. Presented by the Rever Theatre Project. Additional performances on June 5 & 6 at 2pm. 7pm Friday - Sunday, Jun 4 - 6. 2nd Street Theater, 220 NE Lafayette Ave .
TWB Prod. Presents Lamppost Reunion Runs every Sunday and alternating Mondays and Thursdays through July. $12.50/adv at BendTicket.com
or $15/door. This is an adult production. 6pm Sunday, Jun 6. McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 NW Bond St.
The SpeakEasy A monthly open mic storytelling event, featuring the theme “The Light at the End of the Tunnel: Stories about making it to the other side”. 7pm Monday, Jun 7. Bend Performing Arts Center, 1155 SW Division St.
words Will You Please Be Quiet, Please? A
recitation of the Stories and poems of Raymond Carver presented by Alastair Jaques. $5. 7pm Wednesday, Jun 2. Between the Covers, 645 NW Delaware Ave.
Good Chair, Great Book Read and discuss The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell. Participants are encouraged to bring their lunches to this event. 12pm- 1pm Thursday, Jun 3. Sunriver Area Public Library, 56855 Venture Ln.
R. Gregory Nokes The author speaks and pres- ents a slide show of his book, Massacred for Gold: The Chinese in Hells Canyon. Free. 6:30pm Thursday, Jun 3. Paulina Springs Books, 252 W Hood Ave.
Sujatha Hampton The author discusses her new novel As It Was Written. Free. 6:30pm Sunday, Jun 6. Paulina Springs Book, 422 SW 6th St, Redmond.
Good Chair, Great Books Join a librarian and other community members for a discussion of Mystic River by Dennis Lehane.12pm Monday, Jun 7. Bend Public Library- Brooks Room, 601 NW Wall St.
Rising Star Creative Writing Competition If you know a writer between the ages of 15-25, encour- age them to submit. Submissions are due June 10. Go to www.thenatureofwords.org
Good Chair, Great Read Bring your lunch, and feed your mind at this thought-provoking and fun book club. June’s book is The Princess Bride by William Gold- man. Info: 541-312-1064. 12pm-1pm Thursday, Jun 10. Redmond Public Library, 827 SW Deschutes Ave.
Tommy Gaffney and Suzanne Burns
Readings from local author and from Portland-by-way- of-Kentucky poet. With Jonathan Ludwig and Cassie Moore. Free. 7pm Thursday, Jun 10. Camalli Books, 1288 SW Simpson Ave.
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