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NorthWest Crossing Bend

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NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center (on NorthWest Crossing Drive)

Street Chalk Art Competition Spring Into Fun Family Area Cycle/Recycle Conscious Living Showcase Peak 104.1 Mainstage fine artists promenade‌ Sponsored by NorthWest Crossing

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Todd Haaby & Sola Via, Nuevo Flamenco

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NorthWest Crossing Bend

t is with great enthusiasm that we welcome the most elusive of our Central Oregon seasons into the fold, Spring! Come and delight in all things Spring, at the NorthWest Crossing Bend Spring Festival, Presented by The Source Weekly on April 13th, 14th, and 15th! Centrally located on NorthWest Crossing Drive, The NorthWest Crossing Bend Spring Festival is designed to build community for the neighborhood of NorthWest Crossing, to promote vitality for the many fine merchants and restaurants of the NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center, and to celebrate the coming of Spring! Using art as our canvas, music as our medium, and children’s activities and performances as a way to honor local area families, we, at West Bend Property Company, a partnership of Brooks Resources Corporation and Tennant Family Limited Partnership, and C3 Events, are proud of the many ways that this festival might enrich your life. The festival kicks off on Friday night, April 13th, with the Cascade School of Music Art and Wine Bop! From 6-9pm, Cacade School of Music faculty, musicians and ensembles will perform, free wine samples will be served, and hand-selected, festival artists will be featured, all within the cozy, warm, and covered confines of various NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center merchants and restaurants. There’s the Mama Bear Oden’s Preschool “Drop and Bop” club, with free licensed childcare located at 2689 NW Crossing Drive, 541-390-0396, kids can be dropped on a first-come, first-served basis to participate in activities to welcome spring and expose children to the environment and the earth. The festival continues Saturday, April 14th, when you can “pull your best Picasso” by entering the Street Chalk Art Competition (for both adults and kids) and qualify to win any of a number of great prizes! As you browse the more than 50 local and regional fine artists, crafters, and importers, by walking the original artist promenade on NorthWest Crossing Drive, and the Souk de Spring Festival, Presented by

you will bump into 10-foot-high puppets, zany stilt walkers, jugglers, magicians, and other merry-makers! You might even see the Spring Fairy! The Children’s stage will be packed with dance troupes, musicians, kid’s yoga, and more! And there will be free children’s arts and crafts most of the weekend, hosted by local professional artists in residence. Check out The Peak 104.1 Mainstage, where Spin Doctor’s lead singer Chris Barron kicks the day off at 11am, and Bend’s own Todd Haaby and Sola Via brings home the night. There’s an all-new street of “Conscious Living Showcase” vendors—this remarkable group of intentional

“pull your best Picasso” by entering the Street Chalk Art Competition organizations and businesses will be promoting green, clean, and collective wellness. We’ll have the usual fine wines, cocktails and Deschutes Brews on tap. In producing this festival, we are standing behind the many courageous bulbs, perennials, birds, and trees, who, despite their annual confusion, are steadfast in their belief that spring is indeed coming to Central Oregon! It’s the NorthWest Crossing Bend Spring Festival, Presented by The Source Weekly. It’s produced by C3 Events. And so, lose yourself, be moved to a better place, bask in the sense of renewal we associate with spring—and, by all means, enjoy! Sincerely, The Staff at C3 Events



April 13, 14 & 15 Presented by The Source Weekly

Friday, April 13 6-9pm Cascade School of Music Art and Wine Bop

Saturday, April 14 11am-10pm Street Chalk Art Competition 11am-5pm The Peak 104.1 Mainstage Souk de Spring Festival Cycle/Recycle, Fine Artists Promenade Spring Into Fun Family Area Food/Beer/Wine/Spirits Conscious Living Showcase

Sunday, April 15 11am-4pm The Peak 104.1 Mainstage Souk de Spring Festival Cycle/Recycle, Fine Artists Promenade Spring Into Fun Family Area Food/Beer/Wine/Spirits Conscious Living Showcase

NorthWest Crossing:

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s human beings, we are always looking for ways to connect: with our families, with our community and with those around us. Finding activities and places to find these connections is difficult in today’s fast-paced world. That’s why the community of NorthWest Crossing has made connectivity (of all types) part of its mission. With wide pathways to encourage pedestrians, bike paths that connect to the greater trail system in Bend, integrated amenities and community-wide events each season, people in NorthWest Crossing can’t help but connect! Front-porch living and a neighborhood that celebrates the outdoors means more of those important daily interactions that feed a healthful body and mind.

In fact, NorthWest Crossing is one of Bend’s swiftly growing “destinations.” Not only are there all kinds of businesses built-in to meet residents’ needs, but the neighborhood itself is a study in convenience. Built as a natural extension of Bend’s Westside, this award-winning neighborhood provides connectivity to the greater city of Bend with a strong commitment to sustainability thrown in the mix. Every home in NorthWest Crossing is built to ENERGY STAR or Earth Advantage standards for energy efficiency, many of the commercial buildings are LEED certified, and there’s even a community garden for residents and restaurants to grow their own food. A favorite aspect of NorthWest Crossing is the diversity of architecture which creates a pleasant streetscape. This is not by accident! Unlike many other developments, NorthWest Crossing has no set floor plans or model homes. Instead, a group of approved builders buys lots in a lottery process, and then each builder designs and builds every home individually. This creates a wide variety of home styles and a traditional neighborhood feeling. West Bend Property Company, a partnership of Brooks Resources Corporation and Tennant Family Limited Partnership, is developing NorthWest Crossing. Both companies, based in Bend, have solid histories of commitment to thoughtful, quality real estate developments in Central Oregon. Creating a community like NorthWest Crossing is rooted in their understanding and respect for the essence of the Central Oregon lifestyle. So, get ready to connect Central Oregon! Spend some time in NorthWest Crossing – coming events include the Spring Festival, the popular Hullabaloo, the NWX Farmers Market, Munch & Movies in Compass Park and a variety of sporting events. www.northwestcrossing.com

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Cycle/Recycle Bicycle-Related Art, Gear and Activities

+Art Made With Love and Repurposed Materials


nspired by Bend’s fantastic cycling culture and forward-thinking trendsetters who make art, clothing and function from repurposed materials, we bring you Cycle/Recycle! New to NorthWest Crossing Bend Spring Festival, this theme of art, gear and activities will be seen throughout the festival weekend. You’ll find artists such as Jackie Avery who brings cycling culture alive with her representational paintings referencing vintage cyclocross and ten speeds. You’ll find passionate bike builders such as Vulture Cycles from Bend and Capricorn Bicycles from Eugene who are pushing the definitions of hand-crafted form, function and beauty. You’ll find the Bend Endurance Academy’s Bike Rodeo, a chance for kids to test their bike skills on a fun and challenging obstacle course. You’ll find a host of artists using repurposed materials to craft jewelry, accessories, clothing and more throughout the festival space, many with a cycling theme.

Race your buddy for bragging rights at the Bend Velo booth on the Fine Artist Promenade.

Velo Sprints will be running all weekend long with simulated head-to-head 400-meter matched sprints. Fastest time of the day (men and women) wins a prize.

Look for this symbol throughout the guide and festival for Cycle/Recycle related vendors, booths and activities. On the operational side of things, C3 Events is excited to launch our “Towards Zero Waste” campaign, as we work with local partners to make a huge impact on our community in terms of preservation. Come visit our “Toward Zero Waste” stations throughout the event grounds to dispose of your recycling and compost, and chat with our wonderful volunteers in green about the campaign. We’re also bringing in more bike racks to service those who decide to travel to the festival on two wheels. Look for our expanded bike storage in front of La Rosa. It’s Cycle/Recycle and we hope you find a toy that taps your inner child; a child

RYAN Beard Best of Jury

Jackie Avery


who dreams of a shiny bike and a beautiful earth to ride it on. And keep your eyes out for some surprises on one wheel! Made possible by

Vulture Cycles

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Family Area Located on the south end of Fort Clatsop

April 14 and 15


High Tea with the Spring Fairy

atch as your children’s jaws drop in amazement when they round the corner to the south end of Fort Clatsop and see our Spring into Fun Family Area. Music, ballet dancers, exotic reptiles, yoga practice, magic shows, gardening projects, giant puppets, stilt walkers, arts & crafts, face painting, not to mention a kids stage, DD Ranch Petting Zoo and Pony Rides, rock wall, inflatable rides, and the Bend Endurance Academy Bike Rodeo (be sure

to bring your bike and helmet for this fun obstacle course)! The Cascade School of Music will be back with musically-inspired fun including a free raffle, balloons, coloring sheets and kazoos. Visit their booth to learn about their new Spring Kindermusik classes and Summer workshops including Ready Set GO! Experience Music.

©Jill Rosell Photography

Saturday, April 14 at 12pm and 3pm >>>See map on page 8 for more details.

Spring MORNING Yoga Workshop Sunday, April 15 at 10:30am Help your children welcome spring with a 30minute yoga and mindfulness session hosted by certified children’s yoga instructor, Brittany Ladd of Mindful Life Yoga for Kids of Bend. The circle of young yogis will be limited to 15 children (the first 15 to sign up) ages 5 and older. The workshop will be held on the kids stage and yoga mats will be provided. Pre-registration is required. Email sarah@ c3events.com to reserve a mat for your child.

Photo by Laura Furgurson

Testing his chops on the trombone at Cascade School of Music SpringFest booth

Bungee fun!

Spring Into Fun Stage Schedule Saturday 11am Westside Village Magnet School

©Jill Rosell Photography

Soft cuddles with one of DD Ranch’s Petting Zoo favorite friends.

The Creation Station

“A Child Shall Lead”

Artists in residence will lead spring-themed art workshops throughout the weekend, many using recycled and repurposed materials. Look for “The Creation Station” in the kids’ area and create your own spring piece of art!

12:30pm Urban Pointe Dance Performance 1:30pm Interactive Magic Show with Bill the

Saturday and Sunday Workshop Times

2pm Cascade School of Music, School of Rock 3:30pm Terpsichorean Dance Studio, Ballet

11-12pm: Kelly Beck, early childhood art teacher from the Art Station, trash sculptures

Drummers with Shireen Amini

12pm BEAT Dramatic Preview Performance of


and Hip-Hop

Sunday 10:30am Spring Morning Yoga Workshop 12pm Interactive Magic Show with Bill the Magician

12:30pm High Desert Belly Dance Guild 1pm Gotta Dance Studios, Hip Hop and More 2pm Cascade School of Music, School of Rock 3:30pm Exotic Reptile Show Presented by The Reptile Zone, LLC


Helen Bommarito, clay instructor from the Art Station, clay art project

1-2pm: Mare Schelz, owner Art Play Life Afterschool Art Program, pastel sidewalk art


Debra Fisher, from the Art Station, bright goofy birds of Spring mask making

3-4pm: Karen Williams, teaching artist from the Art Station, symmetrical print butterflies

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Mainstage April 14 and 15

Located at the intersection of Mt. Washington Drive and NorthWest Crossing Drive


ocated at the intersection of Mt. Washington Drive and NorthWest Crossing Drive, The Peak 104.1 Mainstage features an outstanding lineup of local, regional and national performers. From solo acoustic to Roots Reggae and Nuevo Flamenco, this free stage of romp-stomping entertainment will implore you to dance all weekend long.

Chris Barron lead singer of Spin Doctors, Solo Acoustic

SAT 4/14 11:00AM

Saturday, April 14 11am 1PM

Todd Haaby & Sola Via,

230pm 430pm 630pm

Nuevo Flamenco

SAT 4/14 8:30pm


Chris Barron, lead singer of Spin Doctors, Solo Acoustic 2nd Hand Soldiers, Featuring Darian Mahaney, American Idol Hollywood participant, Reggae/Pop/R&B Katt and Roots Revolution, Roots Reggae Diego’s Umbrella, Gypsy Rock Necktie Killer, Last Band Standing winner, Rock/Ska/Metal Live fire show by The Spinsterz! On the street in front of The Peak 104.1 Mainstage just before headliner Todd Haaby and Sola Via. Todd Haaby and Sola Via, Nuevo Flamenco

Sunday, April 15 11am 1PM 3pm

Five Pint Mary Good Time Irish Music Abigail Nyman, Pop/Country The Oxfords, Rock

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Lead Singer from the Spin Doctors Chris Barron is many things to many people: the voice of the Spin Doctors, the face of the jam band scene, an MTV superstar, an East Village troubadour, the author of some of the 1990s’ most enduring radio hits, a father and a teacher. But these days, the Spin Doctors’ singer is most at home when he’s simply playing rock and roll.



Featuring American Idol Hollywood participant Darian Mahaney Bend native and American Idol star Darian Mahaney was exposed to the world beats of reggae music at a very young age, often caught singing along with her parents to the timeless classics of Bob Marley. Growing up in a time of amazing female vocalists in the music industry, it was obvious what she wanted. In her late teens, she formed her first band, Rhyme and Reason. This was the stepping stone for her present band, 2nd Hand Soldiers. Influenced by reggae, pop and r&b, the music is danceable and fun with a positive message. The band has played around Central Oregon for a few years with the occasional trip to bigger cities. 2nd Hand Soldiers is excited to put out an album of their own, sooner rather than later.

KATT AND THE ROOTS REVOLUTION BAND Katt is a roots reggae artist born in Kingston, Jamaica, but now lives in Ocho Rios. Katt has family ties to the NorthWest, as he has lived in Portland for 8 years. Now he visits when he’s not too busy with his music. Last year he and his band LIVE WYYA toured the east coast, the Caribbean, Spain, and Zimbabwe. Look out for LIVE WYYA coming to the West Coast in November 2012, as well as Katt’s original band, Roots Revolution, on Oct. 1.

DIEGO’S UMBRELLA San Francisco’s ambassadors of gypsy rock, Diego’s Umbrella captures California’s cultural multiplicity with enthusiasm, humor and decadence. These urban, gringo mariachis have performed more than 1,000 live shows at clubs and festivals across the U.S. and Europe. The band’s lively, unforgettable, heavy-hitting stage show has visually and aurally captivated diverse audiences from all walks of life. Influenced heavily by flamenco, klezmer, Eastern European and Latin sounds, Diego’s Umbrella has introduced the world to a new kind of popular music: Gypsy Rock. They possess a pop sensibility and punk rock energy with sounds reminiscent to that of Gogol Bordello, Devotchka and Muse.

NECKTIE KILLER Necktie Killer combines refined musical arrangements with a tacky, rude boy persona to field a refreshingly unique act. An independent, 8-piece rock band based in Central Oregon, the band is comprised almost entirely of Redmond high school band program alumni. Every member can play multiple instruments, and the current instrumentation features a three- piece horn section. Despite coming from a similar background, the members of Necktie Killer bring a surprisingly diverse array of musical elements to their nearly all-original set. The discerning listener will hear alternative rock, funk, ska, metal, reggae, dub, punk, hip-hop and more within a few songs.


face for the occasional PB&J sandwich. Within six months, Todd formed his first band becoming lead guitarist, fulfilling a personal goal. The next three years opened many doors to concerts, clubs, and radio performances. At age 18 Todd was asked to perform live with Grammy Award-Winning artist Phil Driscoll.

extremely talented group of musicians, Abigail’s rich, full-textured voice delivers a repertoire of Pop/Country originals and well-known, up-tempo cover songs. Recently, before an appreciative, sold-out Tower Theatre audience, Abigail was featured as one of the headliners at the Maiden Bend Music Fest. At age 16, Abby was the youngest artist to receive a first place award in the Central Oregon Songwriters Association song of the year competition in the pop genre. With great anticipation from her fast-growing fan base, Abigail’s debut CD, “Let Loose”, is due to be released in the Fall of 2012. To see Abigail Nyman perform live is to experience the emergence of a refreshing new artist who clearly loves entertaining and interacting with a crowd while belting out expressive, universal messages of the heart. Perhaps one local music reviewer said it best when he said that, “Abigail Nyman may very well be Central Oregon’s next big thing.”

THE OXFORDS The Oxfords is a three-piece, father and sons rock band playing energetic assortments of the classics. The gospel inspired group is comprised of Max Clark, known for his soul-drenched voice, Seth Brown, an infectious presence and skilled guitarist and Maxwell Clark (14) an aspiring drummer with a riveting groove. Come and enjoy the celebrated classics of the past and present!


From riffs he learned as a kid listening to Edward Van Halen, to the explosive sounds of the Gypsy Kings, Todd has combined all of his musical experiences to write and define a flavor of music indicative of Nuevo Flamenco.


Five Pint Mary is an eight-piece Celtic rock band located in Bend. Upbeat, loud, spirited, and rollicking, they play a unique blend of Celtic rock with an edge of punk. Influenced by traditional and original music played in Ireland, Scotland, Newfoundland, & America, as well as the bluegrass and Americana genres, their music appeals to a wide audience and is just as fun for the listeners as it is for the players. Performing together for nearly three years, the band is diverse and multi-generational.

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Saturday, April 14 at 12pm and 3pm 12PM SEATING SOLD OUT!


APRIL 13, 14 & 15


High Tea with the Spring Fairy After a wildly popular premiere last year, this deliciously endearing tea party for 25 returns! The 8-foot-tall Spring Fairy will read (on stilts!) the newest story from Fancy Nancy, Fancy Nancy and the Mermaid Ballet, while guests dine on high tea finger foods and mango lemonade from Tate and Tate Catering. Kids should come dressed as mermaids, pirates, princes, princesses and fairies. The top 3 best costumes will win a Fancy Nancy book, signed by the Spring Fairy. Autographed books will also be for sale during the event for $20, cash-only. Tea party tables will be set for a maximum of 25 kids at 12pm and again at 3pm. First-come first-serve basis with pre-registration. Email sarah@c3events.com to reserve your seat.

Bend Velo Bike

For accessibility/accommodation information: 541-389-0995 or inquiry@c3events.com


OLCC Walk-Around Policy: If you are 21 and over, and you are consuming alcohol served only by the official event serving company, C3 Events, you may walk around as you consume throughout the entire event grounds, as defined by this map. Professional Alcohol Monitors will be walking the event grounds making sure that minors are not consuming alcohol. In addition, security monitors will be at each “exit” point of the event grounds, and alcohol will be prohibited from leaving the event grounds. Wine served during the Art & Wine Bop on Friday night, April 13th, may not leave the confines of the merchant or restaurant. Alcohol served inside the confines of any establishment, may not come outside of that establishment.

The Garner Group

Sage Café


All Mixed-Up



The peak 104.1 MAIN STAGE


Festival Food Vendors Famous Kettle Korn

Parilla Satellite

All Mixed Up


Pop Goes The Cake Ball


Jem Chocolates

Taylors Sausage & Deli

Sage Café

Tata’s Fruits

Dump City Dumplings


Common Table

Inspired Leaf Teas

Umpqua Bank

Tate and Tate



Philly Style Steve Bangsund/NorgeBoards

Spring Festival bars will also be serving regional vintner selections.

FROM DESCHUTES BREWERY Chainbreaker White IPA With this feisty White IPA, Deschutes once again veers away from the well-worn path. Chainbreaker fuses smooth wheat and spice low notes with hop highlights. Proof, at last, that crisp and refreshing can still be a thrilling ride.

Painting by Audret Kirchner

ABV: 5.6% IBUs: 55 Calories: 182/12 oz Malt: Pilsner, Wheat, Unmalted Wheat, Hops: Bravo, Citra, Centennial, Cascade Other: Sweet Orange, Coriander

Black Butte Porter Ahh, our creamy, contrary flagship, a dark zig to the usual zag. Join us. Outside-the-lines is the very best place to play. An opening volley, this pioneering dark ale heralded Deschutes’ renegade intentions. Its creamy mouthfeel, complex layers, hop edge and chocolate finish personify passion-forward brewing. ABV: 5.2% IBUs: 30 Calories: 192/12 oz Malt: Pale, Carapils, Chocolate, Crystal, Wheat Hops: Cascade, Bravo, Tettnang

Mirror Pond Pale Ale If you could only listen to one album forever, what would it be? Relax, at least there’s Mirror Pond when it comes to pale ales. This is base camp, where any craft brew exploration rightly begins. A distinct hop nose and deft balance make this pale ale one essential quaff. It is aromatically complex, multi-layered and unmistakably honest.


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Cascade School of Music



Tracy Curtis/Ballokai


Presented by The Source Weekly

Neighborhood Center businesses Join faculty and friends of Cascade School of Music and festival artists within the cozy and social confines of NorthWest Crossing businesses. Fine wine and cocktail samples will greet you—meet friends and neighbors for an artsy night out in one of Bend’s most popular neighborhoods. There’s even free childcare care of Mama Bear Oden’s Drop and Bop Club.

THE Garner Group Ryan Beard, sculptor, BEST OF JURY • Dave Ehle, Chris Cochran and Mike Hoffman, Americana

Tate & Tate Catering • Paula Bullwinkle, fine art painter • Julia Bastuscheck, Sarah Ruzicka and Travis Allen, string trio

Francois & Kyla Schneyder

Sara Bella Upcycled

CC Evans






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Jem Chocolates


Pony Rides Petting Zoo


Inflatable JUMP AND FUN

Rock Climbing Wall


y by Berta & Rex Heisler

Bend Endurance Academy Bike Rodeo



Family Area


Sara Bella Upcycled

• Bill Hoppe, fine art painter • Opening Music: Bill Weaver, ukulele, and Ann Stanley, flute Kate MacKenzie Trio with Dillon Schneider and John Allen, vintage swing with dancing!



Conscious Living showcase

Fort clatsop

Participating Venues (see map for locations):

ART WALK FRANKLIN CROSSING Oct. 7, 5-8PM Exhibition- Oct. 4 - 30 Gary Vincent, acrylic paintings D L Watson, mixed media paintings

Billye Turner

Fine Art Consultant



• Randall Martin, fine art painter • Marianne Thomas, modern pop vocal and keyboard

Jem Chocolates • Tamara Adams, fine art painter • Lisa Dae and Robert Lee, jazz standards

Umpqua Bank • Cynthia Lucas, fiber artist • Bare Roots, American, folk and bluegrass

Sage CafÊ • Union Studio MetalWorks • Crystal Cheney, piano

All Mixed Up Yogurt Shop • Iain Stone, graphite artist • Topliff Duo, “Americanaâ€? on banjo and guitar

Portello • Matt Gwinup, acoustic finger-style guitar

Mama Bear Oden’s Drop and Bop Club! 6-9pm • FREE childcare and activities located in Mama Bear Oden’s Preschool • Children ages 3-10 accepted on a first-come first-serve basis • Games, stories, activities to welcome spring and expose children to the environment and earth Mama Bear Oden’s Preschool, LLC 2689 NW Crossing Drive | 541-390-0396

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STREET Chalk Art Competition Saturday, April 14 11am-5pm

Featuring PROFESSIONAL chalk artists from Bend and across the state!

Andy Thornton

Marissa Lopez

Laila Dzene

Kevin Schwarting

Check-in located on the east end of N orthW est Crossing Drive


Theme: Life in Full Bloom!


n the tradition of fantastical street art festivals held across the globe, we invite professional artists, students, kids and anyone who doesn’t mind a little chalk dust on their hands and knees to “bring what you got” to this awesome artistic event and competition. On Saturday, April 14, the east end of NorthWest Crossing Drive will turn into a collection of some of the finest street art around. Whether you’re an adult 18 and over, or a student 8-17, we have an empty piece of paved canvas ready for you to let loose on with pastel brights. The event will also feature four highly esteemed artists creating exhibition street chalk art murals. Two Bend locals will brighten the pavement all day with one-of-a-kind art: Kevin Schwarting is best known for his chalk work on the walls of Visit Bend and Andy Thornton won first place during our competition last year. Andy will once again create a cycling-themed piece that’s not to be missed! Joining them will be returning artist Laila Dzene and Marissa Lopez whose work has been featured at the “Art Along the Rogue” chalk festival in Grants Pass. The Chalk Box, a non-competitive chalking area for kids under 8 is perfect for little ones. Send them over to create their own special masterpiece with sidewalk chalk, sponges, brushes, brooms and more.

Tips From a Pro Plan your drawing ahead of time and bring a few essential supplies to make your street painting experience successful. Things you might want to bring: • Chalk-we’ll have some pastels on hand but bring your own for a wider selection • A pre-sketched drawing or photo for reference • Tape measure • Carpenter’s chalk snap line (if working from a grid) • Yardstick for drawing straight lines • Knee pads • Masking tape • Pieces of cardboard • Felt chalkboard eraser • Plastic surgical gloves • Baby wipes to keep your hands clean • Hat • Sunscreen • Water • Camera! The only way of preserving your art

*Spaces may be reserved for teams of up to four people. If an adult is on the team, it will be judged in the adult category. *Winners will receive prize, certificate and 5X7 photograph of their winning artwork.


• some pastel chalk on site - can bring your own • images must be “appropriate” and “spring-themed” • 4x8 space will be provided • check-in on site • $400 first place winner • (2) $100 honorable mention awards and other cool prizes

STUDENT COMPETITION 8-17 • some pastel chalk on site - can bring your own • images must be “appropriate” and “spring-themed” • 4x4 space will be provided • check in on site • $50 first place winner • (2) $25 honorable mention awards and other cool prizes

School Spirit Competition (High School and Middle School teams of 4) • some pastel chalk on site- can bring your own • images must be “appropriate” and “spring-themed” • 4X8 space will be provided • check-in on site • assorted prizes-- pizza feed for your art class, white water raft trip for your team, free movie passes, and more!

The Chalk Box (for kids under 8) • FREE • non-competitive street chalking area • area roped off and separate from competition blocks • chalk, sponges, brushes, brooms, etc. provided

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Fine Artists Promenade

April 14 and 15, N orthW est Crossing Drive


t the heart of NorthWest Crossing Bend Spring Festival are the artisans and craftspeople that will present a lively mix of original work, including a highlight on imagery and materials derived from cycling and recycling. NorthWest Crossing is the perfect location to premiere this Cycle/Recycle theme of art! With its emphasis on green living and proximity to the cyclocross course, artists will excite attendees with an emphasis on repurposed materials, many from bike parts and accessories. The Fine Artists Promenade, filled with more than 50 artists and vendors this year, is also a great place to start planning ahead for outdoor entertaining, with garden art. Anna Lawrence/Anna’s Haute Aprons: Created from upcycled skirts, accent fabrics and a fashionable sense of humor. Eugene, Ore. #40

Eric Power/Bend Velo Bike Shop: Specializes in practical commuter bikes and accessories. The exclusive builder of custom J. Livingston “Repurposed” bicycles. Be sure to check out Velo Sprints! Simulated head-to-head 400-meter matched sprints. Fastest time of the day (men and women) wins a prize from Bend Velo! Come race your buddy for bragging rights. Bend, Ore. #23 & 24

M. Wade Beauchamps/Vulture Cycles: For 15 years, Vulture Cycles has thrived on the passion to create bicycles that ride as beautiful as they look. Bend, Ore. #26 Peter Roussel: Local potter showing functional pottery and alternative firing techniques such as raku, horsehair, saggar, and pit-fired. Vases, platters, wall hangings in a variety of glazing techniques. Bend, Ore. #8

Francois & Kyla Schneyder: Fine jewelry and sculpture. Shady Cove, Ore. #7

Audrey Kirchner: Photographers capturing life from local scenes, wildlife, birds, dogs. Prineville, Ore. #18

GOLDENWOOD SOAPS Handmade body care products. Bend, Ore. #38 Heather Rose/Rose Garden Whimsies: Unique twisted copper wire art with marbles and wood. Bend, Ore. #32

Barb Peters: Wool and fiber artist using loom waste (or leftovers) from blankets made at Pendleton Woolen Mills of Pendleton, Ore. to create beautiful rugs that are a modern, exciting take on rag rugs. Terrebonne. Ore. #10

Bradley Wilson/Capricorn Bicycles: Bicycles connect us to a sense of purpose and freedom. Bradley’s goal is to build a bicycle that you’ll want to ride everyday; the frame providing the armature of that machine, a construction in which no detail goes unnoticed. Eugene, Ore. #28

Sierra Gwin: Jewelry is “an object which honors the beauty of the spirit that inspired the piece, as well as the beauty of the woman who wears it.” Medford, Ore. #40 Steve Bangsund/NorgeBoards: Hand-made Land Paddle Boards for alternative “CORE” training. Boards are easy to ride, fun, and a great workout too! Bend, Ore. #21 & 22 Tai Vautier: Hand-fabricated jewelry with a modern take on Baroque images. Lake Oswego, Ore. #3

Jackie Avery: Representational painter. Favorite topics include bicycles, food, lumberjacks, and costume parties. Portland, Ore. #6

Beth Larsen/Waggletops: Snuggly heartwarming fleece fitted-sheets for dog and cat beds. Bend, Ore. #39

Blossom Merz: Starting with thin thread in dozens of colors and bringing it through every step of plying, hand weaving, finishing, and stitching to make unique and colorful garments. Wolf Creek, Ore. #4

Ryan Beard: Works with both large and small-scale sculpture with a focus on the relationship with the surrounding environment. BEST OF JURY. Redmond, Ore. #1

Iain Stone: Highly detailed graphite portrait artist. Bend, Ore. #27

Berta & Rex Heisler: Precious glass jewelers and glass mosaic artists, their medium focus is fused dichroic glass, 24 K gold fumed glass, embedded fire opal in glass, special effects in laminated glass, and colored mirror for mosaics. Redmond, Ore. #15

Tamara Adams: Colorful original paintings and prints. Portland, Ore. #11

Joelle Lenay/High Desert Lotus: Handcrafted eclectic jewelry and accessories featuring semi-precious stones, precious metals, upcycled materials and rare feathers. Bend, Ore. #37

Tara & Shannon Townsend/ Bantam Lane: Naturally nourishing Goat’s Milk Skin Care products, as well as Beer Soaps from Deschutes Brewery and GoodLife Brewing Company. Bend, Ore. #14

KarenLynn Robinson/Bliss Pillows: Home-crafted, all-natural therapeutic pillow filled with organic US-grown millet hulls and covered with gorgeous fabric Great for your body, bringing supportive comfort from Mother Earth instead of a factory. Bend, Ore. #17

Tina McDermott/Indiekulture: Inspired by her daughter, Cynthia creates simple, functional jewelry & accessories using recycled bike tubes. Bend, Ore. #29

Linda Spring: Fiber artist working with fabrics that are individually hand painted with green label, non-toxic dyes. One-of-a-kind, wearable art that is fabulous, fun, fashion! Bend, Ore. #9

Caroline Deitrich: A treat for your senses and your eyes. Handmade glycerin soaps and jewelry. Bend, Ore. #31

Tim Wistrom: Realistic surreal painter whom some consider “photo-realistic,” and “peacefully apocalyptic.” Anacortes, Wash. #19

Lizzy Myers/Shabby Knapsack: Makes cozy fashion-forward knitwear using repurposed materials. Portland, Ore. #2

Celeste & Chuck Largen/Blue Dragonfly: Works in Ecuador on all aspects of the their handmade of sumptuous alpaca garments and accessories. Ecuador. #16

Tracy Curtis/Ballokai: Crafts one-of-a-kind wearable art from a variety of recycled materials. Results in fashion that promotes environmental sustainability and social responsibility. Sisters, Ore. #30

Margaret Ritter & Michele Keller/ Union Studio Metalworks: A two-lady metalsmithing operation combining their metalsmithing and design skills, creating industrial chic line of jewelry. Boise, Idaho. #13

Cynthia Lucas/Bella Sisters: Vintage wool jackets appliquéd with fiber art inspired by nature. Adorned with hoods and sleeve extensions made from Cashmere and wool, fabulous ruffles, genuine stone beads and back details. Portland, Ore. #12

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Michael Seeley: Rod iron furniture and garden accessories, some with stone accents. Bend, Ore. #20

Dawn Mead/La Petite Savonnerie: A small Sisters company creating European inspired artisan soaps using fresh, plant-based ingredients blended to perfection. Sisters, Ore. #5











































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We’re here where you need us.

Adam Aaro Nina Mehlhaf

Local news coverage

Weekay Evenings 5, 6 & 11PM on KTVZ 10PM on KFXO

In stores now

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Conscious Living Showcase April 14 and 15 at the North End of Fort Clatsop


he Conscious Living Showcase will feature businesses that are dedicated to helping attendees live a healthy, “green” lifestyle. This popular area debuted at the 2011 Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival as a way for C3 Events to support local commercial and non-profit organizations that make a difference in our community. This showcase offers attendees the chance to learn more about organizations that focus on the art of staying well and living a balanced life, and features vendors that offer a variety of services and products designed for “green-living.”

Meet local businesses and nonprofits that are making a difference: • Abney Solar Electrix • Custom Tint

• Habitat for Humanity, sponsored by Brian’s Cabinets

• Right At Home In-Home Care

• High Desert Museum, sponsored by Vault, a Bend Broadband Data Center

• Great Northern Windows

• Tri County Climate Control

• Take Shape For Life

• Bend Spay and Neuter Project, sponsored by Home Federal Savings

• Turf N Central Oregon • Ron Webb Remodeling • Bobcat & Sun, Inc • A Greener Cleaner • Alta Rock Energy • Brilliant Environmental Building Products • N’Hance Wood Renewal • Solar Light • Heart of Oregon Corps, sponsored by Sage Builders • ACC Spray Foam and Coatings • Clean Energy Works • Clean Air Lawn Care • Cascade Breath LLC • Positive Life Connections • Mountain View Acupuncture • Sunlight Solar

• NorthWest Quality Roofing • Green Savers • Equinox Painting • E2 Solar • Eco Ventures • Natural Edge Furniture • Habitat for Humanity Restore, sponsored by Building Solutions • Energy Trust of Oregon, sponsored by Sunwest Builders • Chimps, Inc, sponsored by Pfeifer & Associates • Humane Society of Central Oregon, sponsored by Mt. Bachelor Veterinary • All Natural Pest Elimination • Mountain Star Family Relief Nursery • Building Green Council of COBA • Let it Ride Electric Bikes

• Trout Unlimited, sponsored by Bend Tech Support

Thank You's and Appreciations Media Partner Sponsors The Peak 104.1 Fox Central Oregon KFXO-TV KTVZ Beverage Sponsors Deschutes Brewery Inspired Leaf Teas Activity Ownership Sponsors The Peak 104.1 Mainstage Cascade School of Music Friday Night Art & Wine Bop Mama Bear Oden’s Preschool Drop and Bop Club Partnering Sponsors All Star Labor and Staffing

Other Sponsors Fusion Fitness Special Acknowledgments Keith Shipman, Horizon Broadcast, Dillon Schneider, Cascade School of Music, Steve Esselstyn and Susie Lovisco—For keeping us safe, Cliff Wyland, Sound Advice, Eye Beam Event Production Services, Angela Jasus and Ali Burke—amazing Deschutes Brewery Event Gurus, City of Bend, Brooks Resources—Visionary Mike Hollern, West Bend Property Company, The fine retailers of the NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood Center, Romy Mortensen, Valerie Yost, David Ford, Christi Haynes, Aaron Switzer, Ban Tat, Kelli Carter, Jerry Upham, Brandon, and all the Spinsterz, Rockin’ Daves, Backporch Coffee and Newport Market—for beautiful early-morning food and fuel for our artists

Event Staffing Sarah Daily, Guide Project Manager, Children’s Area and Chalk Competition Coordinator, Kyle O’Brien, Operations Master, Rebecca Stiehl, Center Fielder, Event Lead , Marna Larsen – The Rock, Tiffany Clark -- “A little of this, and most of that” Karin Roy, Art Vendor Coordinator, Melissa King, C3 Spirit-Giver, Liz Burem, High Tea decorator extraordinaire, Audrey Velez, Stage Manager, Robin Rife, Queen of Festival Information Booth, Jim Kone, Conscious Living Showcase Coordinator, Lisa Hamel, Souk de Spring Coordinator, Ethel Stratton, Vintner Relationships, Al Huntley, Ernie Greeno, Our Outstanding Operations Crew, The Fine Crew of All Star Labor and Staffing To the ghosts of C3 Events clan, past. You know who you all are. Thank you.

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