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nity to learn more about NeighborImpact. Gather info about grow your own food from Celebrate the Seasons owners, Duane and Julie Schiedler. Benefits NeighborImpact Food Bank. 8am-6pm Saturday, Apr 23. Celebrate the Season, 61515 American Lp.
Blues, Amuse and Brews Live music
and dinner event to raise money for Westside Village Magnet School’s sports, arts and hands-on learning programs. $25/adv at bendticket.com
, $30/door. 5pm-11pm Saturday, Apr 23. Century Center, 70 SW Century Dr.
Earth Day Fair and Parade The colorful,
creative Earth Day Parade kicks off the celebration as children and adults costumed as their favorite species make their way through downtown Bend. The Earth Day Fair hosts live music, art, interactive displays, booths and hands-on activities for all ages. envirocen- ter.org
. 11am-4pm Saturday, Apr 23. The Environmen- tal Center, 16 NW Kansas Ave.
Fun in the Forest A day of forest hikes, learning about leave-no-trace camping and more woodsy fun. Saturday, Apr 23. High Desert Museum, 59800 S Hwy 97.
Great Cloth Diaper Change 2011 Help set a world record for the most cloth diapers ever changed simultaneously. greatclothdiaperchange.com
. 9am Saturday, Apr 23. Bambini of Bend, 1052 NW Newport Ave, Ste 102.
C Bar T Barrel Racing Free to the public. 8am Saturday, Apr 23. Crook County Fairgrounds, 1280 S Main St, Prineville.
Easter Egg and Easter Keg Hunt Easter egg hunts for varying age groups on different runs on the mountain. Lift ticket or pass required over age five. Adult Easter keg hunt is all day, mountain-wide. Clues posted on the Pine Marten chair every few hours. Sponsored by Deschutes Brewery. 9:30am Sunday, Apr 24. Mt. Bachelor.
Whole Foods Market Easter Brunch Serving Crème Brule French Toast, Eggs Benedict, bacon and sausage, grilled asparagus, smoked salmon and more. Specialty Department pours mimosas as well. $10/ plate, all-you-can-eat. 10am-1pm Sunday, Apr 24. Whole Foods, 2610 NE Hwy 20.
Family Friendly Easter Brunch Seasons, Seventh Mountain Resort’s restaurant, hosts an Easter brunch featuring a wide variety of delectable Easter favorites. Event includes a kids Easter egg hunt at noon. 10am-2pm Sunday, Apr 24. Seasons Restaurant, 18575 SW Century Dr.
Puppy Party Bring your pups to help them social- ize and have fun. Both locations. 3pm-4pm Sunday, Apr 24. Bend Pet Express Westside, 133 SW Century Dr.
"Ruse" Fundraising Dinner Here is your chance to become a backer of the film project Ruse. Enjoy dinner as well as a special screening of a teaser of the film, followed with a Q&A with the creators. $100. 6pm Monday, Apr 25. Ariana, 1304 NW Galveston Ave.
10 Barrel Charity Night benefiting The
Environmental Center Proceeds from beer and dinner sales between 5-9pm benefit The Environmen- tal Center's mission to embed sustainability into daily life in Central Oregon. 5pm-9pm Tuesday, Apr 26. 10 Barrel Brewpub, 1135 NW Galveston Ave, Bld A.
Transfer Tuesdays OSU-Cascades invites com- munity college students and individuals with some college experience to meet with admissions specialists each Tuesday. 12pm-1pm Tuesday, Apr 26. Cascades Hall, OSU-Cascades Campus.
13th Annual Central Oregon Business Expo This luncheon featuring Governor John Kitzhaber as the keynote speaker takes place from 11:45am-1pm and the cost is $16. Expo immediately follows Info: cobusinessexpo.com
. 11:45am-6pm Thursday, Apr 28. Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center.
Climb to New Heights to Take Back the
Night Shine a light on sexual assault by grabbing a flashlight and climbing the butte in honor of sexual assault survivors. For info, contact rebecca@saving- grace.org
or 541-815-5633. 8pm Thursday, Apr 28. Pilot Butte State Park.
Dye Easter Eggs Naturally An Easter story and free class on how to dye your eggs with fruits, veggies, flowers and berries. Space is limited. RSVP to 541-390-0396. Surprise visitor and hunt to follow. 1:30pm Wednesday, Apr 20. Mama Bear Oden's Preschool Playhouse, 2689 NW Crossing Dr.
Fit Kids Build self-esteem, develop body awareness and improve physical fitness. Classes include yoga poses, dance rhythm, and imagination; all to promote a creative mind, healthy body, and happy heart. 3:15pm-4pm Wednesday, Apr 20. Play Outdoors Store, 701 Arizona Ave.
Mask Making Workshop for Earth Day
Parade Create a beautiful, funky or fun mask with Debra Fisher to compliment your costume in prepara- tion for the Earth Day Parade on April 23. $5-$10 sliding fee for instruction and materials. 2pm-4pm Wednesday, Apr 20. The Environmental Center, 16 NW Kansas Ave.
Spring Family Forays All ages are encouraged to join a naturalist for a nature walk exploring the won- ders of early Spring in Sunriver. $3/adults, $2/children (ages 2-5), SNCO Members free. 10:30am-11:15am Thursday, Apr 21. Sunriver Nature Center & Observa- tory, 57245 River Rd.
Friday Night Out and Face Painting Party Have you ever wondered what's in face paints? Ms. Jazzy visits Mama Bear 's for a face painting party. RSVP to Mama Bear to save your space. Also visiting on Saturday, April 23rd from 8-11am. 541-390-0396. 5pm Friday, Apr 22. Mama Bear Oden's Preschool Playhouse, 2689 NW Crossing Dr.
Kiddo Yoga with Rebecca Kids find their outer child and their inner chi all at the same time when they come in for yoga at Play Outdoors. 10:30am-11am Sat- urday, Apr 23. Play Outdoors Store, 701 Arizona Ave.
Kid’s Night Out Children ages 3-11 have a safe and fun-filled evening of making friends and having fun while parents get a night out. Register at register. bendparksandrec.org
. $10/in-district, $14/out. 6:30pm-9:30pm Saturday, Apr 23. Juniper Swim & Fitness Center, 800 NE 6th St.
Birding For Preschoolers East Cascade Audu- bon Society hosts a birding and nature walk geared towards preschoolers, but all ages are welcome. Meet near the middle of the park by the restrooms. Contact email@example.com
. 10am-11:30am Monday, Apr 25. Drake Park, 777 NW Riverside Dr.
Fledgling Fun Sponsored by East Cascades Audu- bon Society. More info at ecaudubon.org
. An explora- tion of our local birds geared towards grades K-6 (all ages welcome). 4pm-6:30pm Monday, Apr 25. The Environmental Center, 16 NW Kansas Ave.
The Storefront Project The Nature of Words offers theme-based creative writing workshops and one-on-one tutoring on a drop-in basis at no charge on Monday and Thursday, with special programs offered on Saturday. Questions? Call 541-647-2233. 3:30pm- 5:30pm Monday, Apr 25. The Nature of Words, 224 NW Oregon Ave.
Fit Kids Build self-esteem, develop body awareness and improve physical fitness, Fit Kids classes include yoga poses, dance rhythm, and imagination. 3:15pm- 4pm Wednesday, Apr 27. Play Outdoors Store, 701 Arizona Ave.
Kathy Deggendorfer Exhibition Original paintings, collaborations (watercolor/fiber) and fine art prints are featured at the Surrounding Cascades Cafe through June 10. St. Charles Medical Center, 2500 NE Neff Rd.
Kapitoil Inspired Quilt Show Reception During April, QuiltWorks Quilt Gallery is exhibiting 20 to 25 quilts, each inspired by the novel Kapitoil. Each quilt, uniquely different in color, style, setting, and shape. 5pm Thursday, Apr 21. QuiltWorks, 926 NE Greenwood Ave.
City Lights, Night Photography Join Christian Heeb at the Center for a short lecture on the basics for city night time photography and then head out to cap- ture the magic hour in downtown Bend. 7pm-9:30pm Friday, Apr 22. Cascade Center of Photography, 390 SW Columbia St, Ste 110.
Post Procession Art Odyssey Bring your costumes, love of art and dancing shoes to celebrate Earth Day with music, art and Boneyard beer. 7pm- 12am. 7pm Saturday, Apr 23. Poethouse Art, 55 NW Minnesota Ave.
Tour de Prints – A Savvy Cyclist Experi-
ment With the turn of the wheel and rolling resis- tance, tire meets inked plate to create “wheelistic” art. For all Ages. $5 per family. Register online at artscen- traloregon.com
by Apr 20. 1:30pm-3:30pm Saturday, Apr 23. Art Station, 313 SW Shevlin Hixon Dr.
Portraits New exhibit featuring portraits in all mediums. Runs April 27 - August 1. Wednesday, Apr 27. Bend Public Library, 601 NW Wall St.
Newcomers Club of Bend Evening Hos- pitality Coffee For interested women. RSVP to the hostess at 541-388-0865. For more information go to newcomersclubofbend.com
. 5:30pm-7:30pm Wednesday, Apr 20.
Orientation Meeting for Nursing Students
in Redmond Review the selection procedure for students interested in applying to COCC’s Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program. In room 305, bldg 3. 9:30am Wednesday, Apr 20. COCC Redmond Campus, 2030 SE College Lp.
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, Apr 25. Boys & Girls Club, 500 NW Wall St.
Pet Loss An open, drop-in group for anyone antici- pating or currently experiencing the loss of an animal companion. 6pm-7:30pm Tuesday, Apr 26. Partners in Care, 2075 NE Wyatt Ct.
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