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ing and of value to the audience? Nonprofits interested in how social media can bolster your outreach, attend this free workshop. 507 NW Wall St. Register: 541-617-7087. 11am-12pm Friday, Mar 4.
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The Basics of Nutrition In the first session, learn what good nutrition means & how did we get so far off track. In the second session, learn the importance of proper cookware. $15/each, $25/both. RSVP: 541-548-7483. 10am-3pm Saturday, Mar 5. Redmond-Sisters Hospice, 732 SW 23rd St, Redmond.
Circle of Life Speaker Series Richard Groves speaks on how to recover from loss and heal the spirit. $25/adv (Students $10), $35/door. Info/tickets: 541-383- 4179/sacredartofliving.org
. 1pm-4pm Sunday, Mar 6. Nativity Lutheran Church, 60850 Brosterhous Rd.
Peter and Anne Selby Peter and Anne explain and demonstrate how they work with Angels to effect group healing. 9am-10:30am Sunday, Mar 6. Spiritual Awareness Community at Old Stone Church, 157 NW Franklin Ave.
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Survivors of Suicide Grief Support Group Call Diane at 541-548-7483 to register. 6pm-7:30pm Thursday, Mar 3. Redmond-Sisters Hospice, 732 SW 23rd St, Redmond.
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 information--including new riverfront location, contact 541-306-6448. 6pm-11:30pm Saturday, Mar 5.
Table Tennis Night Bend Table Tennis Club invites everyone to come play ping pong. All ages and abilities welcome. For info visit bendtabletennis.com
. $5, $3 for kids and seniors. 6pm-9pm Monday, Mar 7. Boys & Girls Club, 500 NW Wall St.
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For parents of children who want to ride bikes with Bend Endurance Academy this summer. 7pm Wednesday, Mar 9. Bend Endurance Academy, 500 SW Bond St, Ste 142.
Bend Ski Club Monthly Meeting Entertainment/ presentation. Special recognitions. Meet next season’s new officers. 50-50 raffle. Free pizza and cookies. Open to public at no cost. 7pm Wednesday, Mar 9. The Phoenix Inn, 300 NW Franklin Ave.
Newcomers Club of Bend Hospitality Coffee For interested women. RSVP to the hostess at 541-306- 6599. Info: newcomersclubofbend.com
. 10am Wednesday, Mar 9.
Home Energy IQ Get a better understanding of how energy use impacts the health, comfort and safety of your home. Register online at regonline.com/homeenergyiq
or by calling 866-368-7878. 6pm-8:30pm Wednesday, Mar 2. Crook County Library, 175 NW Meadowlakes Dr, Prin- eville. 6pm-8:30pm Wednesday, Mar 9. Jefferson County Library, 241 SE 7th St.
Learning to be Living - Lessons in Building
Community by Building on Learning Speaker: Dale Mikkelsen, Manager Planning and Sustainability, Simon Fraser University Community Trust. Free for Cas- cadia Members and students (RSVP mandatory); $10 for general audience. 5:30pm Wednesday, Mar 2. Bend Park & Recreation District, 799 SW Columbia St.
Special Use Permits for Public Lands: Are they
Necessary for Everyone OSU-Cascades “It’s in the Bag” lecture featuring Tourism and Outdoor Leadership In- structor Mike Gassner. Info: OSUcascades.edu/lunchtime-
lectures. 12pm-1pm Wednesday, Mar 2. Cascades Hall, OSU-Cascades Campus.
2012: Doomsday or Distortion? Is the 2012 Ma- yan end-of-the-world scenario real? Do super destructive, super volcanoes actually exist? These and other potential mega-disasters make us wonder just how secure we are on planet Earth. 7pm Thursday, Mar 3. Redmond Proficiency Academy, 657 SW Glacier Ave.
A Graceful Farewell: Putting Your Affairs
in Order By professional organizer Maggie Watson. Free and open to the public. 12pm-1pm Thursday, Mar 3. COCC's Campus Center.
HCG: What is It? There is no such thing as a quick fix to weight loss and HCG is no exception. Learn the pros/ cons and whether it’s the right tool for you. 5:30pm Thurs- day, Mar 3. AgeWiseMD, 650 SW Bond St.
League of Women Voters Luncheon Dan Despotopolus, Director of Deschutes County Fair and Expo Center, speaks at a luncheon about the Fairgrounds history, economic impact in Central Oregon and future uses. 11:30am-1pm Thursday, Mar 3. King's Buffet, 2050 NE Third St.
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Teaching Fire: End-times & New Beginnings Finding Balance in an Era of Distraction & Dislocation: even as we seem to withdraw further into the ‘virtual worlds’ of social networking sites, texting, gaming, and other electronic diversions, it seems that the very foundations of our way of life are at risk. $20 suggested donation. Call 541-306-6448. 7pm-9:30pm Thursday, Mar 3.
The Social Nonprofit: Content Development & SMO How do you create content that is relevant, engag-
Deer Resistant Landscaping Chris Hart- Hender- son, landscape designer and nursery owner, offers advice on planning and planting a deer resistant landscape. 12pm Monday, Mar 7. Sunriver Area Public Library, 56855 Venture Ln.
Live and Learn Spanish in Argentina Informa-
tion Meeting Encounter Argentina and learn Spanish on this two-week immersion into Spanish language and culture in Buenos Aires. Free informational session. To register call 541-383-7270 or go to noncredit.cocc.edu
. 5:30pm-6:30pm Monday, Mar 7. COCC Bend Campus.
Seeding A Sense of Place: Science, Stories,
and Smart Forest Policy How does our allegiance to places affect our opinions about land use, particularly forest use? A free conversation with independent writer and editor Gail Wells. 6:30pm Tuesday, Mar 8. Redmond Public Library, 827 SW Deschutes Ave.
What’s Brewing Meets weekly, every Wednesday, free. Each week a guest speaker presents the topic, fol- lowed by a facilitated discussion. 7am-8am Wednesday, Mar 9. Meadow Lakes Restaurant, 300 SW Meadow Lakes Dr, Prineville.
Wonder Worms! Find out how to get started composting with worms with Laurie Perez. 6:30pm Wednesday, Mar 9. Bend Public Library- Brooks Room, 601 NW Wall St.
The Rainmaker A warm and romantic comedy that confirms and celebrates love, resiliency and the magic of belief in something beyond oneself. Shows run Wednesday through Saturday at 8pm, with Sunday Matinees at 2pm. $20/adults, $18/students or seniors. 2ndstreettheater.com
. Thursday, Mar 3. 2nd Street Theater, 220 NE Lafayette Ave.
The Spin Cycle A comedy about growing up and coming home, featuring 15 year veteran of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival at Ashland, Eileen Desandre. Weds- Sat at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm. $15-20. innovationtw.org
. Through March 6. Bend Performing Arts Center, 1155 SW Division St.
Free Shakespeare Workshops Innovation Theatre Works holds two free introductory workshops to give interested community members an opportunity to check out what they will be doing in the paid workshop. 10am- 12pm Saturday, Mar 5. Bend Performing Arts Center, 1155 SW Division St.
Improv with Triage With musical guest Jumpin’ Joyce Respess. All ages welcome. $5. 7:30pm Saturday, Mar 5. Greenwood Playhouse, 148 NW Greenwood Ave.
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slide show, book signing, and award party for Terrebonne author and farmer Sarahlee Lawrence, owner of Rain- shadow Organics Farm. Free. 6:30pm Wednesday, Mar 2. Paulina Springs Books, 252 W Hood Ave, Sisters.
Good Chair, Great Book Read and discuss Animal Vegetable Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver. Free and open to the public. 12pm Thursday, Mar 3. Sunriver Area Public Library, 56855 Venture Ln.
Author Event with Jim Henson Meet and greet Bend author Jim Henson. He signs his new book Pee Up a Tree: A Mental Health Memoir. 4pm-7pm Friday, Mar 4. Newport Ave. Market, 1121 NW Newport Ave.
Chapter One Bookclub Sponsored by the Friends of the Sunriver Area Public Library, open to anyone. Book discussed: People of the Book by Geraldine Brooks. 10am Saturday, Mar 5. Sunriver Area Public Library, 56855 Venture Ln.
Good Chair, Great Book Read and discuss Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Free and open to the public. 12pm Monday, Mar 7. Bend Public Library- Brooks Room, 601 NW Wall St.
Author Talk - R. Gregory Nokes R. Gregory Nokes traveled the world as a reporter and editor when he first wrote about the murders of more than 30 Chinese gold miners in Oregon’s Hells Canyon. RSVP to 541-382-4754, ext 241. Non-members, $3; members, free. 6:30pm Thursday, Mar 10. High Desert Museum, 59800 S Hwy 97.
Good Chair, Great Book Bring your lunch, and feed your mind at this thought-provoking and fun book club. January's book is Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole. 12pm Thursday, Mar 10. Redmond Public Library, 827 SW Deschutes Ave.
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