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See Dr. Sarah Cummings Dr. Doug Evans, & Dr. Maas
Unity’s New Spiritual Home Eastern Star Grange 62855 Powell Butte Hwy
EVENTS call for volunteers
Partners in Care Volunteer Training Partners In Care has many opportunities for volunteering depending on your time, talent and interest. Contact Sarah: 541-382-5882. 9am-3pm Saturday, Oct 9. Partners in Care, 2075 NE Wyatt Ct.
Unity practices ancient Spiritual Truths and brings them into the light of contemporary life.
Call for appointment 541-382-0741 360 NE Quimby Ave.
Visit us at www.bendveterinaryclinic.com
DHARMA CENTER Vajrayana Buddhism in the
Practices & Dharma Talks Wednesday 7-8:30 pm Sunday 8-9 am
Sunday at 10am
Garden Work Party Kick off the Kansas Avenue Learning Garden with a community work party. Work with various projects like building garden beds and installing pathways. Experience and tools appreciated but not required. Contact Denise at 541-385-6908 x14 or email@example.com
for more info. 10am-4pm Sunday, Oct 10. The Environmental Center, 16 NW Kansas Ave.
Winter Coat Drive for Foster Kids New coats in every shape and size can be donated at any Sleep Country USA store and will be distributed among 15 Pacific Northwest foster care partner organizations. Sleep Country Bend, 63455 N Hwy 97
Home Buying Class Prepare for the home-buying process. Free. Pre-registration required. Call 541-318- 7506 x 109. 9am-5pm Wednesday, Oct 6. Neigh- borImpact Office - Redmond, 2303 SW 1st St.
Sunriver Music Festival Music Apprecia-
tion Classes with Michael Gesme Join us as Maestro Gesme discusses world music in his usual educational andentertaining style. Free and open to the public. 6pm-7:30pm Wednesday, Oct 6. Sunriver Area Public Library, 56855 Venture Ln.
Adult Kung Fu Class Focusing on the traditional forms of Northern Mantis Kung Fu, with an emphasis on practical self defense applications. Email shifu@ bendkungfu.com
for location info and directions. 7:30pm-8:45pm Thursday, Oct 7.
Start from the Beginning: Fundamentals
of Iyengar Yoga Learn the proper form for each pose. Free intro. Contact Robyn at 541-948-9770 or firstname.lastname@example.org
. 7pm-8:15pm Thursday, Oct 7. Iyengar Yoga of Bend, 660 NE 3rd St, Ste #5.
Health and Safety Classes Be prepared...sa
ve a life. The American Red Cross offers a variety of lifesaving classes for youth and adults throughout the month. Call 541-382-2142 for more info. Friday, Oct 8. American Red Cross, 2680 Northeast Twin Knolls Dr.
345 SW Century Dr. Suite 2 ~ 388-3352 naturalminddharma.org
Start from the Beginning: Fundamentals of
Iyengar Yoga Free. Contact: Nadine at 541-318- 1186, email@example.com
. 10am-11:15am Saturday, Oct 9. Iyengar Yoga of Bend, 660 NE 3rd St, Ste #5.
Financial Planning and Money Manage-
ment Learn about the importance of financial plan- ning and how to plan your finances. Register by calling 541-318-7506 x109. 5:30pm Wednesday, Oct 13. NeighborImpact Office, 20310 Empire Ave., Ste. 110.
Bend Community Contradance Featuring caller Sue Baker and music by the High Country Dance Band. Beginner's workshop 7pm, dance begins at 7:30pm. $7/door. 541-330-8943. 7pm Saturday, Oct 9. Boys & Girls Club, 500 NW Wall St.
BEND’S INDOOR GARDEN STATION
Get ready for another great season of indoor growing. BIGS is stocked up and ready to
rock in our new Bend Location! 35 NW Bond St. On the corner of Colorado and Bond
Everything you need to grow beautiful, healthy vegetables, herbs flowers including: orchids, cacti, bonsai, or any other plants you want to grow! Come in and see Central Oregon largest indoor garden products selection.
Bend’s Indoor Garden Station 35 NW Bond St
(Old Rising Star Building) 541-385-5222
BIGS Warehouse 2606 SW 4th St, Redmond
541-504-8886 “GO BIGS”
Milonga Tangazo Traditional Argentine Tango music selected by Daniel. $7 cover (dancing, watch- ing and snacks). For info on Argentine Tango in Central Oregon visit bendtango.com
. 7:30pm-10pm Saturday, Oct 9. Dudley's Bookshop Cafe, 135 NW Minnesota Ave.
Middle Eastern Dance Showcase Join per- formers from the High Desert Belly Dance Guild for a variety of talented performers showcasing a few of the many different styles of belly dance. 6pm Sunday, Oct 10. Silver Moon Brewing Co., 24 NW Greenwood Ave.
Argentinean Folk Dancing Class As part of National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Deschutes Public Library presents a demonstration and discussion of the history of the folk dances of Argentina presented by Alicia Jumar-Loffler of Bend Tango. 6pm Monday, Oct 11. Bend Public Library- Brooks Room, 601 NW Wall St.
events Flu Shot Clinics to Benefit Healthy Begin-
nings Clinics are for ages nine and older. Part of the proceeds goes to Healthy Beginnings. Go to www. myhb.org
for the dates, locations and times of shot clinincs.
Yappy Hour Mingle and sniff with other animal enthusiasts. Pouring fine ‘whines’ from Mutt Lynch Winery and offering Yappy Hour nibbles while the canines enjoy freshly baked dog treats. Benefits the Humane Society of CO. 5pm-7pm Wednesday, Oct 6. Allyson's Kitchen, 375 SW Powerhouse Dr.
Fall Harvest for FAN An event promoting art, music and well-being. Hosted by Anjou Spa and Salon and Typhoon. Beverages, hors d’oeuvres, local artist Dr. Wendy Weintrob, Lucius Wheeler as DJ and more. For more info visit: www.anjouspa.com
. 6pm-9:30pm Thursday, Oct 7. Anjou Spa & Salon, 225 NW Franklin Ave, Ste 3.
Peace Vigils Promote peace with your fellow citizens every Friday. 4:30pm-5:30pm Friday, Oct 8.
Brandis Square, 1033 NW Wall St.
Ten Thousand Villages. A Fair Trade Retailer. Your fair trade purchase of handmade jewelry, home decor and gifts helps improve the lives of thousands of artisans in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East. 11am-7pm Friday, Oct 8. Old Stone Church, 157 NW Franklin Ave.
Desperado's Third Anniversary Event Tres Outlaws brings custom, handmade boots. Silver King, with custom silver goodies galor. Plus Pendleton Round-up photographer Sarah Chrischilles with a pas- sel of rodeo pics. 12pm-8pm Friday, Oct 8. Desperado Couture, 330 SW Powerhouse Dr.
The Scare Grounds - 13 Days of Terror Two haunts to choose from, the traditional "The Haunt at Juniper Hollow," and the new "Dark Intentions" - a place where only bad things happen...even to good people. $12, or $20 for both haunts. 7pm Friday, Oct 8. Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center, 3800 SW Airport Way.
C Bar T Productions - Barrel Racing Free to the public. Info: Vicki Jacobson at 541-998-3385. 9am Friday, Oct 8. Crook County Fairgrounds, 1280 S Main St, Prineville.
38th Annual Redmond Kiwanis Oktober-
fest and Auction A traditional Oktoberfest feast including brats, roast pork and sauerkraut, German potato salad, and pretzels, a glass of beer or wine, and music by the Little Bohemian Band from Albany. www. RedmondKiwanis.org
. $30/person or $50/couple. 5:30pm Saturday, Oct 9. Eagle Crest Resort, 1522 Cline Falls Rd, Redmond.
All About Caves presents Caves are Cool A special talk on Central Oregon lava tubes and how they form into chilly caves. 30-minute cave talk is followed by a naturalist led cave tour. Bring flashlights, water, snacks and dress warm. Pre-registration required. $7/ adults, $4/children. 541-593-4394. 9:30am-12pm Saturday, Oct 9. Sunriver Nature Center & Observa- tory, 57245 River Rd.
Decorate A Sugar Skull Learn about Día de los Muertos and decorate your own sugar skull to take home. Class is limited to 20 participants. Register on line at www.deschuteslibrary.org
or by calling Liz at 541-312-1032. 1pm Saturday, Oct 9. Sisters Public Library, 291 E Main Ave. 6pm Wednesday, Oct 13. Red- mond Public Library, 827 SW Deschutes Ave.
Garth Stein Garth Stein is the best selling
author of The Art of Racing in the Rain, How Evan Broke His Head & Other Secrets, & Raven Stole the Moon. Garth co-stars with the majestic golden eagle from the Sunriver Nature Center & Observatory. $10. 541-593- 4394. 4:30pm Saturday, Oct 9. Maverick’s at Sunriver, 18135 Cottonwood Rd.
Lava City Roller Dolls Bout The Smokin' Ashes take on the Tacoma Washington Trampires. $10/adv at bendticket.com
and $12/door. 6pm Saturday, Oct 9. Central Oregon Indoor Sports Center, 20795 High Desert Ln.
World War II in the High Desert: The
Homefront The Deschutes County Historical Society presents a one-day symposium. Registration is $20 and includes lunch. Registration forms are available at the Des Chutes Historical Museum or on the Museum’s website, deschuteshistory.org
. 8am- 4:30pm Saturday, Oct 9. Bend Senior Center, 1600 SE Reed Market Rd.
35th Annual Sisters Harvest Faire Over 150 juried vendors present selling quality handcrafted items including pottery, metal art, photography, paint- ing, jewelry, clothing, furniture, home décor and much more. A lumberjack competition takes place on the west end of Hood Avenue across from Les Schwab Tires on Saturday 11am, 1pm, 3pm. Saturday and Sun- day, Oct 9 and 10. Downtown Sisters.
Black & White Ball Celebrate the arts, arts
education, and the commitment of Arts Central's pa- trons. This Sunday afternoon dinner and auction offers gourmet fare, fine wine, and an auction of getaways, high quality works of art, and jewelry. 4pm Sunday, Oct 10. Mt. Bachelor Village Resort Conference Center, 19717 Mount Bachelor Dr.
Non-partisan Candidate Soapbox & Voter
Registration Drive 22 Speakers, ten minutes each. Local music, local food vendors. For more info call 541-350-5571. 10am-4pm Sunday, Oct 10. Mirror Pond Plaza.
World Hoop Day Bring your hoops and your
family. World Hoop Day is a global holiday that pro- motes healthy living and inner peace by giving back. Visit www.WorldHoopDay.org
for more info. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or 541-408-6033. 2pm-4pm Sunday, Oct 10. Harmon Park, 1300 NW Harmon Blvd.
Pastini Pasta-thon Celebrate diversity by dining at Pastini Pasteria. A portion of the proceeds go to sup- port Human Dignity Coalition's work to promote and safeguard human rights in Central Oregon. Monday, Oct 11. Pastini Pastaria, 375 SW Powerhouse Dr.
Meet The Candidates for State Represen-
tative Districts 53 and 54 Sponsored by League of Women Voters and Deschutes Public Library. 5:15pm-7pm Tuesday, Oct 12. Bend Public Library- Brooks Room, 601 NW Wall St.
Info Session for Graduate Teaching
Programs Prospective students learn about the program’s early childhood and elementary, or middle
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