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THE Dog Patch m a d e i n b e n d EVENTS Feb 9. Seven Nightclub, 1033 NW Bond St.
Line Dancing Info: danceforhealth.dance@gmail. com, 541-639-6068. All styles of line dancing. Every Wednesday. $6/class, first class free. 1pm Wednesday, Feb 9. Redmond Senior Center, 325 NW Dogwood Ave.
Swing Dance Group No partner or experience necessary. After the group dance with resident and guest DJs spinning all the best dance music. 6:30pm-2:30am Thursday, Feb 10. Seven Nightclub, 1033 NW Bond St.
Downtown Bend St. Clair Place 541.389.2901 douglasjewelry.com
120 NW Minnesota Ave. Bend
Across from Toomies 541-678-5640 10% OFF DENTAL PROCEDURES limited time only
IMPRESS YOUR SWEETIE BY TAKING THE PASTAMAKING FOR BEGINNERS CLASS AT THE BEND PUBLIC LIBRARY AND LEARNING HOW TO COOK. 5:30PM THURSDAY, FEB 10.
call for volunteers
Volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters Empower youth, ages 6-15, to achieve their highest potential through meaningful one-to-one relation- ships with caring adults. 6-12 hours/month time commitment for a minimum of one year. Contact 541-312-6047 or email@example.com
for more info.
Dutch Luv Dutch Bros. Coffee of Central Oregon collects non-perishable food to donate to the local food bank on Valentines Day. In an effort to encour- age community participation, Dutch Bros. gives away free 12 oz coffee drinks to customers who donate three cans of food. Monday, Feb 14.
541-382-0741 • 360 NE Quimby Ave. bendveterinaryclinic.com
Sleep Country Shoe Drive for Foster
Kids Donations of new shoes in all sizes can be dropped off at the nearest Sleep Country and they’ll be matched with an area foster child in need. For more info visit www.sleepcountry.com
or call 1-888-88-SLEEP. Sleep Country Bend, 63455 N Hwy 97
No Pain, Life Gain Workshops Pain can bring life as you know it to a screeching halt, but it doesn’t have to. Free workshops at Healing Bridge Physical Therapy offer strategies that help people with chron- ic pain. Info visit healingbridge.com
or 541-318-7041. 5:30pm-6:30pm Thursday, Feb 10. Healing Bridge Physical Therapy, 404 Northeast Penn Ave.
Pastamaking for Beginners Learn how to cook, cut and prepare fresh pasta with a simple sauce in this class taught by local cooking instructor Ahja King. Register online at www.de
schuteslibrary. org or call 541-312-1034. 5:30pm Thursday, Feb 10. Bend Public Library- Brooks Room, 601 NW Wall St.
Yoga for Mature Bodies Free Intro Info: Robyn Castano - 541-948-9770 or robyncastano@ bendbroadband.com
. 1pm-2:15pm Saturday, Feb 12. Iyengar Yoga of Bend, 660 NE 3rd St, Ste #5.
Community Group Healing Expand your awareness to allow success, change habits and recover from disease, trauma, injury or addiction. Im- proving your relationships and your communications. No experience necessary. Donation based. Harayoga. org. 5:30pm-6:30pm Sunday, Feb 13. Hara Yoga & Healing, 114 N Oak St, Sisters.
Still Your Mind, Open Your Heart Insight Meditation Class. Freely offered by Dharma leader, Valeta Bruce. Call 541-389-9449 for more info or transpersonalresources.com
under classes link. 1012 NW Emkay. 6:30pm-8:15pm Monday, Feb 14.
Know Computers for Beginners Sign up online or in person at the Reference Desk of the Library or call to make reservations at 541-617-7080. 2pm-3:30pm Tuesday, Feb 15. Bend Public Library, 601 NW Wall St.
Know Word for Beginners Sign up online or in person at the Reference Desk of the Library or call to make reservations at 541-617-7080. 10:30am- 12pm Tuesday, Feb 15. Bend Public Library, 601 NW Wall St.
Argentine Tango A social dance for everyone. $5. First visit is free. Info: Joe at joec@bendcable. com. 7:30pm-9:30pm Wednesday, Feb 9. Sons of Norway Hall, 549 NW Harmon Blvd.
Latin Dance Group & Instruction No experi- ence or partner necessary. 7pm-2:30am Wednesday,
Cool Ballroom, Latin & Swing Dancing Dance to contemporary music. Dance Central is the new place for serious and casual dancers alike. Call 541-771-7326 for info. $5. 7pm Friday, Feb 11. Dance Central, 63830 Clausen Rd, Ste 202.
Group Class & Social Dance Group class is taught at a beginning level, with topic changing weekly. Social dance to follow from 9-10pm. This class & dance is open to anyone ages 16+ and cost is $5. 8pm-10pm Friday, Feb 11. Dance With Travis, 1012 SE Cleveland Square Loop, Ste 1.
Salsa Classes Sexy Salsa for all types. Drop- in beginning class Fridays, 10pm at Ranchero. $5. Intermediate Tuesdays, 6pm at Vic's Studio, $35/ month. Register with Victoria. 541-610-2114, www. BendDance.com
. Friday, Feb 11.
Ballroom Dancing Dance to contemporary and traditional music. Dance Central is a new place for serious and casual dancers alike. Call 541-771-7326 for details. $5. 7pm Saturday, Feb 12. Dance Central, 63830 Clausen Rd, Ste 202.
Bend Community Contradance Featuring caller Erik Weberg and music by the Tune Dawgs. Be- ginner's workshop at 7pm, dance begins at 7:30pm. $7. 7pm Saturday, Feb 12. Boys & Girls Club, 500 NW Wall St.
Dancing and Chocolate An all-ages evening of line dancing and chocolate treats with proceeds benefiting the Gospel Choir of the Cascades. $5/ person suggested donation; couples and singles welcome. Expert dancers John and Lindsey Biggs demonstrate the line dances. 7pm Saturday, Feb 12. First Presbyterian Church, 230 NE 9th St.
Sweetheart Ball Dinner and Dance Dinner at 6pm. Dancing at 7pm to Kent & Shirey. Tickets available at the bar or from an Eagle member. $12/ members in adv. $15/non-members or at the door. $5/without dinner. 541-447-7659. 6pm Saturday, Feb 12. The Eagles #2555, 235 NE 4th St, Prineville.
Westcoast Swing and Salsa After Hours Every Saturday Night after the Ballroom dance ends, adventurous people gather for serious dancing. Call 541-771-7326 for info. $5. 9:30pm Saturday, Feb 12. Dance Central, 63830 Clausen Rd, Ste 202.
Tribal Thursdays--Live Bellydance Featur- ing Kamilia Bellydance. Two sets, 7pm & 8pm. Reservations are recommended, 541-388-5094 to reserve your table. 7pm-8pm Thursday, Feb 17. Joolz Restaurant, 916 NW Wall St.
Free EITC Tax Preparation Sessions The Partnership to End Poverty, in cooperation with AARP, offers free tax preparation sessions at the Bend Public Library for Central Oregonians who are eligible for Earned Income Tax Credits. Call 541-504- 1389 for an appt. 10am-4pm Wednesday, Feb 9. 10am-4pm Saturday, Feb 12. Bend Public Library, 601 NW Wall St.
Val-O-Gram The Summit High School Choir Program offer singing “Val-O-Gram” messages to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Messages cost $20 and include a song, candy and a card. Orders must be placed by Feb 9. Messages delivered on Feb 14. Visit www.friendsofmusic-shs.org
or call 541-322-3292.
High Desert Green Industry Conference Wednesday, Feb 9. Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center, 3800 SW Airport Way, Redmond.
Cascade Youth & Family Center's First
Annual Teen Aid Benefit Proceeds benefit CYFC's Loft program. The entertainment for the evening includes music by Five Pint Mary and Brent Alan, along with comedy improv from Jumpin' Joyce Respess. Tickets in adv at Strictly Organic Coffee or The Loft. Thursday, Feb 10. Old Stone Church, 157 NW Franklin Ave.
Blood Drive To schedule your appointment of for more info contact Rondo at 541-749-4108 or go to redcrossblood.org
and follow the links. All presenting donors receive a free pass to the Des Chutes Histori- cal Museum. 11:30am-4:30pm Friday, Feb 11. Des Chutes Historical Museum, 129 NW Idaho Ave.
Pairing 4 Amoré Start your Valentine’s weekend off right. Join Deschutes Brewery for the Pairing 4 Amoré Beer and Food tasting. The aphrodisiac inspired menu is paired with specialty brews includ- ing “Aphrodite”, a chocolate fig stout. Bring your Valentine or your favorite beer-drinking buddy. $48/ person. 7pm Friday, Feb 11. Deschutes Brewery, Mountain Room, 901 SW Simpson Ave
Sixth Annual Trivia Bee The Education Foun- dation for Bend LaPine Schools invites you to attend the Sixth Annual Trivia Bee presented by Miller Lumber. Tickets available now for $20 and includes
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