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EVENT HOURS FRI
5pm - 11pm
SAT July 9 11am - 11pm SUN July 10 11am - 5pm
reetings, and welcome! For more than a quarter of a century (26 years), this massive undertaking, we call the Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival, has been breathing life into the streets of Downtown Bend~ henceforth, this is your invitation to join us on Friday, July 8th, from 5pm to 11pm, Saturday July 9th from 11am to 11pm, and Sunday July 10th from 11am to 5pm. Evolution. In 1991, 16 artists set up their booths in Mirror Pond parking lot, Curtis Salgado provided the tunes, and a festival was born. Boasting, now, more than 300 different vendors, seven square blocks, three musical stages, something artful for kids, foodies, arties, audiophiles, and conscious livers, the 2016 version of the festival is simply astonishing. Or, in the words of rock-star festival director, Michelle Roats, “it’s a biggie.” Pulling back the curtain. “In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” ~ Carl Jung. In our festival cosmos, there is incessant chaos, that time and again gives birth to the combination of collection, community, and beauty. There are many pristine agents at work in festival production. It is cool to book, present, and hang with world-class musicians such as Ivan Neville and Blind Pilot, and a pure joy to experience the finest of Bend’s local music scene. It is humbling to witness the extraordinary work of our “Best of Jury,” and “Best of Show,” fine artists (and all the other talented artists who join our festival). It is inspiring to partner with the enthusiasm of City of Bend staffer, Cheryl Howard, and to see, first hand, the thoughtful expansion of our festival under her hard work and blessings. It is rewarding to see the thousands of attendees flocking to the festival and celebrating all of Downtown Bend as one of the most spectacular places to shop, dine, and play in all of the Pacific Northwest. And it is a pleasure to meet and work with so many different fine and lovely people from Bend and around the country. It is also, though, about running out of ice, scrambling to find water barrels, emptying a thousand pounds of garbage, managing porta-potties, exacting diplomacy, setting things up and tearing things down, closing roads, counting inventory, sweeping streets, chasing down run away golf carts, navigating policy changes, keeping eyes up, overcoming fatigue, getting screamed at, inspecting tent weights, hanging banners, managing complaints, staying hydrated, building countless things, and rounding up
BANK OF THE CASCADES A Word From The Title Sponsor
As your local community Bank, we at Bank of the Cascades are proud to support the 26th annual Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival, just a part of how we give back to the Central Oregon community. It’s a tradition that has been enjoyed by locals and visitors for many years. Bank of the Cascades’ sponsorship of the Bend Summer Festival reaches beyond financial support to include active participation from the Bank’s team members. Come visit our Bank of the Cascades tent on the corner of Wall and Oregon Streets to meet our friendly cascade bankers. The Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival is a perfect way to celebrate summer, and our great community. Nothing is more rewarding than seeing so many families enjoying the Bend Summer festival, that’s what community banking is all about!
Julie Miller, EVP/Oregon Regional President Bank of the Cascades
more than 100 managers, staff, contractors, volunteers, and security. And that’s your look. It’s all here: hours and hours and hours of all sides of this paradox. Collection. Community. Beauty. Chaos. On Tap. And so what will be born from this place on this week-end? All ages will enjoy a feast for all senses. Your eyes will delight in the many works of more than 125 talented artisans, crafters, and importers. Local luminary, Deschutes Brewery, will ensure that there will be terrific micro-brews available, and food vendors and restaurants to will supply the entire gamut of gastronomic delights! The art of sound comes alive on the Peak 104.1 Mainstage with Larry and His Flask, Blind Pilot, Ivan Neville and Dumpstaphunk, and Curtis Salgado. Ian James and Precious Byrd will fire up the KQAK stage, and Seattle’s Kalimba, a tribute to Earth Wind and Fire, will be performing with the Latin Groove Band, Sambrosa, on the Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty Jazz, Wine, and Gourmet Food Stage. Saxon’s Fine Jewelers “Soul Brunch” Sunday, will feature the soulful sounds of Kalimba (the EWF Tribute Band) along with Curtis Salgado and Brownish Black. And the Local’s Only Stage, will feature some of Bend’s top and emerging artists, including Jive Coulis, Wayward Soul, Moon Mountain Ramblers and Nomads. Other features of the event include a terrific family area, the Cascade Sotheby’s Jazz Wine and Gourmet Foods street featuring more than 28 gourmet food and wine vendors. And there’s a block full of conscious living vendors, led by Jim Cone, offering tips and services to live a healthier life! And, of course, there is no admission to the festival-- largely due to continued generosity of our most amazing partner, Bank of the Cascades! Live it! This is the fine art festival, that is a music festival, that is a wine and gourmet food festival, that is a children’s festival, that is a conscious living festival, that is an imported goods festival, that is a food and spirits festival, that is a performing arts festival. So join us to live it, taste it, chew it, view it, and hear it, (got it?) at the Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival presented by Hayden Homes and The Source Weekly!
Sincerely, Cameron Clark, Owner, C3 Events
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Oregon Street between Wall and Bond
SCHEDULE Friday, July 8 5:30pm Jones Road 7:30 ichiringa 9:15
Moody Little Sister
Bend Oregon based band Jones Road brings their unique blend of Northwest alternative and rock with a hint of country to the stage.
There aren’t adequate words to describe the magic that Naomi and Rob bring into a living room.. Naomi’s lyrics come from a deep place withing her to touch the hearts of everyone listening, and her vocal is pure honey.
Yak Attack will make you dance. Founded in Portland, OR in 2013, the live electronica trio has been making waves in the local scene and expanding its fan base regionally in its short history. Electronic and traditional genres including house, breakbeat, downtempo, jazz, and funk, tight compositions seamlessly blended with improvisation, and frequent contributions from guest musicians define a typical Yak show.
Larry and His Flask
Lance Kinnaird Band
Saturday, July 9 11am Moody Little Sister 1pm Lance Kinnaird Band 3pm Taarka 5pm
7pm Dumpstaphunk 9pm
Sunday, July 10 SOUL BRUNCH
11am Kalimba The Spirit of Earth
Wind and Fire
¡Chiringa! ¡Chiringa! is a four-piece Latin dance party band based in Bend, Oregon that plays a variety of classic to modern covers in their own rockified way. ¡Chiringa! puts on a most dynamic show, representing a diversity of Latin styles including cumbia, salsa, merengue, bachata, tango, samba, Latin rock and more. They aren’t even trying to be your hot LA salsa band, but take what they know and create the most authentic and accessible sound possible, never relinquishing flavor and appealing just as much to the seasoned Latin dancer as the regular booty shaker. All are invited to do their sexy dance on the dance floor.
Larry and His Flask Larry and His Flask are a high energy, five-piece carnival of a band that incorporate rock, folk, bluegrass, soul, brass band, punk and alt-country into their own unique sound. Some people call what they do “folk-punk”, others call it “a bluegrass traveling circus” and everyone who’s seen them live rightfully call Larry and His Flask “down right WILD”. But no matter what you call it, this is a band that has to be seen to be believed.
With the soulful vocals of Ray LaMontagne, the catchy lyrics of Jack Johnson, and the powerful music of Mumford and Son’s and the Revivalists, Lance Kinnaird’s “Bright Nights” incorporates everything that we love about popular alternative music. While keeping the instrumentation largely natural and acoustic, Lance’s music still manages to incorporate many of the best sounds of new music today and pulls you in with catchy lyrics that will have you singing his tunes all day long.
Taarka A modern string band that draws from jazz, bluegrass, pop, rock, songwriting, celtic, new acoustic, and classical music.
Dumpstaphunk Dumpstaphunk stands out among New Orleans’ best as one of the funkiest bands to ever arise from the Crescent City. Born on the Jazz & Heritage Festival stage, and descended from Neville family bloodlines, these soldiers of funk ignite a deep, gritty groove that dares listeners not to move. Their performances combine ingenious musicianship and complex funk and jazz arrangements with soulful melodies that are simple enough for anyone to enjoy.
Blind Pilot We Are The Tide, the sophomore album from Portland-based band Blind Pilot, follows the band’s grassroots break-out debut, 3 Rounds and a Sound, which has sold over 50,000 units to date and was featured in NPR’s “Best Music of 2008” roundup. Recorded at Type Foundry in Portland, OR during the spring of 2011, the new album was produced by the band and Skyler Norwood and mixed by Tucker Martine (The Decemberists, My Morning Jacket). Blind Pilot began in 2007 when Israel (vocals, guitar) and Ryan (drums) embarked on a West Coast bicycle tour playing mostly to unfamiliar listeners at small-town venues. The band now exists as a 6-piece ensemble featuring fellow Oregonians Luke Ydstie (upright bass, backing vocals), Kati Claborn (banjo, dulcimer, backing vocals), Ian Krist (vibraphones) and Dave Jorgensen (keyboards, trumpet). In the years since its inception, the band has toured with various world-renowned musicians including The Decemberists, Josh Ritter, The Low Anthem, Laura Viers and Andrew Bird and have appeared at the Sasquatch! Music Festival, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits and the Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival. Additionally, multiple music placements have been confirmed in episodes of “Chuck,” “Covert Affairs” and “One Tree Hill.”
LARRY AND HIS FLASK
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JAZZ, WINE AND GOURMET FOOD STREET Minnesota Avenue between Bond and Wall
KALIMBA THE SPIRIT OF EARTH WIND & FIRE
PRECIOUS BYRD Cody Ray the New Favorites Cody Ray & The New Favorites - A Neo-Soul/R&B, Funk-Rock fusion group, founded by singer-songwriter and guitar player, Cody Ray Raymond in the spring of 2015. The New Favorites, consisting of drummer, Thene Singleton and bass player, Jesse Turcotte, bring powerful support to Raymond’s unique soulful vocals and unmistakable guitar style. Jimi Hendrix and Ray Charles meets John Legend and Bruno Mars.
Precious Byrd Precious Byrd is a 4 piece high energy dance/rock band from beautiful Bend, OR. Featuring Corey Parnell on vocals, Casey Parnell on lead guitar, Michael Summers on drums, and grammy award winning artist Lonnie Chapin on bass. Their fantastic renditions of modern and classic hits, along with a number of high energy originals, are sure to get you on your feet.
The Get Ahead Ian James Band Staying true to those before him (Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, James Taylor, etc.) IanJames believes more in creating great and timeless music rather than “What is hot now”. In a time where there is so much auto-tune and studio magic, IanJames stands apart from the crowd maintaining an organic & natural take on Acoustic Soul & modern music.
The Get Ahead is a new band with an old soul. Drawing from the roots of rhythm and blues, soul, jazz, and rock n’ roll, The Get Ahead can send you to the dance floor before your feet even tell you where you are headed, transporting you to a whole new kind of juke joint where you can jump, moan, laugh, and grab hold of some sweet company. You are bound to get your groove on with The Get Ahead, so bring your dancing shoes, unbutton that top few, and come get loose!
has evolved to a 10 piece group with full horn section, performing the hits including but not limited to, Shining Star, That’s the Way of the World, Devotion, Sing a Song, Can’t Hide Love, Getaway, Fantasy, Love’s Holiday, September, Boogie Wonderland”, After the Love Has Gone and Let’s Groove.
Sabroso Brothers Pablo and Ricardo Ojeda have been writing and playing music together for as long as they can remember. Their musical writing style has taken many forms during the evolution of their sound. From the national touring dance floor packing beats of Rubberneck, to the hypnotic passionate rhythms of Toque Libre. The Ojeda brothers have continually produced eclectic musical incarnations that meld rhythm and melody together in their own unique way.
Kalimba The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire Kalimba, The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire is considered by some as being the best Tribute to Earth Wind and Fire in the country. Based out of the Pacific Northwest, Kalimba’s has been together since 2011 spawning from the dream of Lead Vocalist, Thomas “Chazz” Smith, started Kalimba with the vision of playing the music that he listened to growing up, Earth Wind and Fire. Since 2011, Kalimba
SCHEDULE Friday, July 8 5:30pm 7:30pm 9:15pm
Cody Ray and the New Favorites Ian James Band Precious Byrd
Saturday, July 9 5pm The Get Ahead 7pm Sabroso 9pm Kalimba The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire
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GOURMET JAZZ, FOOD & WINE MARKETPLACE Minnesota Avenue Minnesota Street becomes the hub for gourmet food, wine and cider artisans from California, Oregon and Washington to sip, graze and absorb the best free live jazz in Oregon! This year, we pair a stellar line up of jazz musicians with world-class wines from Oregon, salts, oils, spices, exotic prepared food and more. Learn how to complement your foodie repertoire from the source, on the street, and with friends. Be sure to visit our new and returning wineries and fresh cider brewers to learn more about the exquisite terroirs of the Pacific Northwest, and what makes each unique.
GOURMET Eats & Drinks ATLAS Cider Co.
Noble Estate Winery
ATLAS Cider Co. produces authentic hard cider fermented from 100% fresh pressed fruit from our region. Partnering with Northwest farmers to source our fruit has been a priority of ours from the beginning. Our ciders start with a base of NW fruit that are pressed to achieve a balance of sweetness, tartness, and dryness.
In 1999 Mark Jurasevich started Noble Estate Vineyard by planting the highest quality Pinot Noir grape plants. Between the Willamette Valley Region and the Rogue River Valley Region he produces grapes with distinct character and taste.
Basically, exposing roots and wrapping them in moss for a striking display, originated in Japan, known as kokedama, which quite literally translates to “moss ball”. This ancient and inspiring gardening technique was generally used as art arrangements for alters.
Crater Lake Spirits Crater Lake Spirits by Bendistillery is the 3rd oldest distillery in Oregon, and is celebrating their 20 year anniversary this year! Crater Lake Spirits is based in Bend, Oregon and produces Vodkas, Gins, and Rye Whiskey. Crater Lake Spirits Tasting Room and Distillery is located right outside of Tumalo, where you can enjoy samples, tours of the distillery, and cocktails!
Humm Kombucha Our family has been brewing kombucha for over 20 years—passed down from a mother to a son, from that son to his wife, from that wife to her best friend and now to our ever-widening circle of friends. From our early days brewing in our kitchen to our newest full-scale brewery, we remain focused on our values of optimism, healthy business, partnership and quality.
Navidi’s Olive Oil & Vinegars
Pacific Edge Events Certified in Culinary, Business, and Biology, Chef Travis has found endless opportunities in his career, using all of his background and knowledge to curate new experiences for food enthusiasts all around!
Macindoe Family Cellars Macindoe Family Cellars, located in the Oregon’s beautiful Willamette Valley vints two elegant Pinot noirs, a Roussanne, a Melon de Bourgogne, a cabernet and a sweet dessert wine. Our family passions are wine, food and fun!
Wine Fauve Wine Fauve is a Yamhill County vineyard and winery that is known for producing a wide variety of unique wines. Varietals include the famed Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, Touriga, and Marechal Foch, among other fine red wines.
Laurel Ridge Winery
We offer a taste before you buy experience of our large and unique inventory of hard to find products, by adding a smell and taste policy we assure that you will like and enjoy every product you purchase at Navidi’s.
Laurel Ridge Winery is a 240-acre farm just east of Carlton, Oregon. With its perfect southern exposure, it looked like an excellent future vineyard site. As luck would have it, the farm was in the heart of what is now one of Oregon’s premier wine-growing regions.
Mi Distinctive Tastes
Thomas and Sons Distillery
We are a California-based Balsamic Vinegar producer that was built on the finest quality balsamic vinegars and extra virgin olive oils found in the western United States.
Our offerings include a family of tea liqueurs, Italian amari (bitter liqueurs), and other botanical spirits, all distilled from a fermentation of tea and sugar. Crafting everything in-house from scratch ingredients, we strive to offer inventive additions to the worlds of both tea and craft spirits.
Bucha Buena Kombucha Our Kombucha is pure, flavored with only real fruit. Our flavors are Blackberry Lime, Lemon Strawberry Delight (LSD), Razzle Dazzle (raspberry), Blueberry Ginger, and Watermelon Lime (summertime only).
Scott Paul Wines Artisanal producers of Oregon Pinot Noir based in Carlton, Oregon. Our mission is to spread the gospel of pure, elegant, graceful Pinot Noir to wine lovers everywhere. Scott Paul Pinot Noirs include La Paulée, D122 (Ribbon Ridge Vineyard), Bedrock (Nysa Vineyard), Azana (Azana Vineyard), and Audrey (Maresh Vineyard), named after Audrey Hepburn, who epitomizes the sophistication and un-manipulated beauty we strive for in our Pinot Noirs.
1derful Treats Our products include grass fed beef jerky, exotic meats, lean pepperoni sticks, candied and roasted nuts and hand poured fudge.
Copper Belt Wines Established in 2010 we are the first Oregon winery of the Snake River Valley AVA. Family owned and operated we are a small production winery focusing on small lots of hand crafted fruit forward wines from the Snake River Valley and around the state.
We are a small family run operation established in 2010. We are the first winery on the Oregon side of the Snake River Valley AVA. We produce a selection of wines from our estate vineyard near Baker City, but also source fruit from other growing regions around the state of Oregon.
The Doggie Bakery All the recipes in our Doggie Desserts are homemade, natural and healthful, preservative free avoiding sugar, chocolate, artificial flavorings, colorings, fillers and chemicals that could trigger allergies or be harmful to dogs.
J. Scott Cellars J. Scott Cellars urban warehouse winery is located in Eugene’s Westside Warehouse District. Winemaker and owner, Jonathan Oberlander, is well known for making extraordinary tasting and out of the ordinary wines. Although you will find some delicious Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris at the winery, Jonathan also makes Petite Sirah, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Roussanne, Tempranillo and (currently) 15 other wines!
Mud Bay is an employee owned and operated pet retailer, specializing in natural nutrition for dogs and cats since 1988.
Located west of Bend in Tumalo, approx. 10,000 plants in field, 23 different varieties, certified organic farm, lavender products made on farm, lavender oil distillation.
Stung Fermented crafts dry, sparkling mead in Portland, Oregon. Made from the freshest Northwest ingredients, Stung’s award-winning meads are naturally gluten free and purposefully sulfite free.
We are on a mission to cut America’s divorce rate in half by inviting couples to shut off the TV and share a glass of wine with each other nightly. Our high quality wines, provocative names and back labels change the conversation and set the mood for romance and fun. Our labels are indeed provocative, and a bit risqué because we believe you should drink what you like, not what others say is good. We Aim to Tease!
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Find your EXTRAORDINARY. Savor gourmet food and wine, then make yourself at home at one of Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty’s pop-up spaces on Minnesota Avenue.
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SAXON’S 1PM BROWNISH BLACK
The PEAK 104.1 FM MainStage
Brownish Black doesn’t walk the line between garage and soul - they destroy it. The Portland-based octet started out as a three-piece garage rock band, whose raw energy pulled a handful of the city’s best players into its gravitational field, yielding bigger and funkier results with each addition.
Sunday July 12th 11AM-5 PM Oregon Street11AM Main Stage SUNDAY, JULY 10 | 11am KALIMBA Earth Wind & Fire Tribute Band
Kalimba, The Spirit of Earth Wind and Fire is considered by some as being the best Tribute to Earth Wind and Fire in the country. Based out of the Pacific Northwest, Kalimba’s has been together since 2011 spawning from the dream of Lead Vocalist, Thomas “Chazz” Smith, started Kalimba with the vision of playing the music that he listened to growing up, Earth Wind and Fire. Since 2011, Kalimba has evolved to a 10 piece group with full horn section, performing the hits including but not limited to, Shining Star, That’s the Way of the World, Devotion, Sing a Song, Can’t Hide Love, Getaway, Fantasy, Love’s Holiday, September, Boogie Wonderland”, After the Love Has Gone and Let’s Groove.
Join us for a gourmet Gourmet Brunch prepared by brunch at the Bend La Magie Bakery and Cafe Summer Festival while enjoying music that will feed your soul.
A sterling opportunity to move and be moved.
Join Soulbrunch Stage host Ron Henderson, of Saxon’s ne Jewelers, for gourmet brunch and brilliant soul music.
3PM CURTIS SALGADO
“Inspired, powerful R&B showcases Salgado’s exceptional range and muscular, soulful vocals” –Billboard. With a career spanning forty years, award-winning soul, blues and R&B vocalist/harmonicist/songwriter Curtis Salgado is a one-of-a-kind talent whose music is as compelling as his story. NPR calls him “a blues icon” with a “huge voice.” Salgado earned a reputation for high-intensity performances and a repertoire inspired by his encyclopedic knowledge of soul, blues and R&B music. He won the 2010 Blues Music Award (BMA) for Soul Blues Artist Of The Year and went on to win the award again in 2012 and 2013. In 2013 he also won the coveted BMA for B.B. King Entertainer Of The Year—the highest honor the blues world has to offer—and took the statue for Soul Blues Album Of The Year for his Alligator debut, Soul Shot. Blues Revue says Salgado’s music is “triumphant, joyful, bluessoaked R&B” and declared him to be “one of
Earth Wind & Fire Tribute Band • 11:00 am Sarah Billings Band • 1:00 pm Keegan Smith & The Fam • 3:00 pm
Tickets for the Gourmet Brunch available at Saxon’s Fine Jewelers, or come enjoy the music sans brunch for free.
Sunday, 11AM-1PM SundayJuly July10th 12th 11AM-5 PM Oregon Stage OregonStreet Street Main Main Stage Gourmet Brunch prepared by La Magie Bakery and Cafe
A sterling opportunity to move and be moved.
Join Soulbrunch Stage host Ron Henderson, of Saxon’s Fine Jewelers, for gourmet brunch and brilliant soul music.
Earth Wind & Fire Tribute Band • 11:00 am
Tickets available onsite or in advance at Saxon’s Fine Jewelers SarahPrice: Billings • 1:00 pm Ticket $15 Band P: 541-389-6655 360 SWKeegan Powerhouse Drive #110,Fam Bend, 97702 Smith & The • Oregon 3:00 pm Sunday, July 12th Music &Brunch Gourmet BrunchattoSaxon’s begin at 11am Tickets for the |Gourmet available Fine
Jewelers, or come enjoy the music sans brunch for free.
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LOCALS ONLY STAGE Wells Fargo Parking Lot, off of Wall Street
rehearsals and jam sessions. The band’s performances feature many authentic instruments like: the violin, oud, rababa, bouzouki, guitar, baglama, clarinet,darbuka and drums.
SCHEDULE Friday, July 8 5:30pm 7:30pm 9:30pm
Doc Ryan and The Wychus Creek Band Nice and Brown Jive Coulis
Saturday, July 9 11:30am Hot Club of Bend 1:30pm Students of String Theory 3:30pm Nomad 5:30pm Parlour 7:30pm Moon Mountain Ramblers
gorgeous Central Oregon landscape they call home, Wayward Soul blends styles from Bluegrass and Country to Funk and RnB, weaving their music into the subtle tones of the world around them. This eclectic group of musicians each bring their own sense of style to the mix, creating a sound that is truly their own.
Jive Coulis Jive Coulis, pronounced ˈJīv Kü-ˈlē, is a three piece rock, blues, and funk band. Their repertoire consists of mostly original songs with a mix of classic rock, funk and jam covers.
Parlour members are Linda Quon (vocals), Mark Quon (vocals,/guitar), Mike Potter (mandolin), and Susan Bonacker (fiddle). Parlour performs music that can be described as roots-oriented folk revival.
Strings Attached is a central Oregon band dedicated to playing groovy tunes you never hear bands play, but are openly thrilled when we do. Hal Ketchum to Weezer. Badfinger to Poco. Everly Bothers to the Cars. Eagles to Taylor Swift (?!). Strings Attached is Scott Wegner (guitar/ like-a-bird-vocals), Dave Jones (guitar/ mandolin/vocals), Phil Pierce (perfect bass).
9:30pm Wayward Souls
Sunday, July 10
Hot Club of Bend
11:30am Strings Attached 1:30pm Third Seven 3:30pm Tumblewood Peep Show
The Hot Club of Bend features an international lineup of musicians collaborating in the tradition of Gypsy Jazz, Hot Swing, Bossanova, and Blues. Hailing from the heart of Cascadia, this group brings energy and innovation to the stage with every performance.
Moon Mountain Ramblers Students of String Theory Doc Ryan and The Wychus Creek Band Doc Ryan’s music comes from the soul of Western America. With shades of blues, country and Americana his music comes from the depths of an American landscape.
String Theory Music is a place where working musicians share their knowledge, experience and abilities through individual and group music lessons with students of all levels, ages and interests. The mission at String Theory Music is to help find the right teacher for you or your child, whatever the musical abilities or desires may be.
The Moon Mountain Ramblers have always stayed on the creative edge of acoustic music. This increasingly popular group (voted best band by readers of local paper, The Source Weekly, in 2004, 2008, 2009 and best wedding band in 2012), has consistently been one of the hardest working and most successful bands in Oregon for a decade. Even in Bend, which has a strong and fast-growing music scene that brings in plenty of tough outside competition, the band continues to sell out the hottest venues in town.
Nomad Nice and Brown Future Funk, Party Rock, and Edgy Soul.
All experienced performers in various musical genres, members of Nomads organized originally to focus their shared passion for the music of the Middle East, Mediterranean and Balkans. They developed their cohesion playing for local belly dance groups and through regular
Wayward Soul American Roots/Soul inspired group out of Bend, OR - Formed for the Make A Band event - The band’s first public performance was November 21, 2015. A 6-piece band built from strong roots in the
Third Seven Local musician Billy Mickelson draws out the cello’s natural darkness and weaves it into a half-cello music, half-blak metal creation. Haunting and one-of-a-kind.
Tumblewood Peep Show Tumbleweed Peepshow is a collaboration between three adept and artistic songwriters/instrumentalists. Their original songs reflect the wide-open space and dramatic effect of their rural and mountainous home in Sisters, Oregon.
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Sportsvisionbend is proud to host Maui Jimâ€™s Jimmy Jr. A pop-up store with over 450 of the latest styles available in sunwear and prescription at Bend Summer Festival July 9-10. Look for us on the corner of Wall and Oregon.
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The Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival, presented by The Source Weekly, will feature innovative food vendors serving savory and sweet offerings. Get your eat on in the Wells Fargo Parking Lot off of Oregon Avenue—the dining area is a great place to gather with friends and family, and a must-hit spot during the festival.
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LARRY AND HIS FLASK
KALIMBA THE SPIRIT OF EARTH WIND & FIRE
LIBATIONS The Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival features the largest outdoor selection of wines and beer in our region. Come sample the stars of the Deschutes Brewery craft brews at our five bars located downtown, throughout the weekend. This year we are pouring the following brews and ales of Deschutes Brewery:
MIRROR POND PALE ALE
BLACK BUTTE PORTER HOPSLICE SESSION IPA ARMORY XPA FRESH SQUEEZED IPA DOWN AND DIRTY IPA
(Served from Local’s Stage as a Festival Special)
Atlas Cider Co. is dedicated to bringing you a taste of the Northwest in our premium hard ciders crafted in Bend, Oregon. Let's appreciate ATLAS Cider's fine Oregon fruit and "Break the Mold”
Bank of America
ON TAP AT THE BEND SUMMER FESTIVAL
Conscious Living Showcase
Gourmet Food & Wine
Locals Only Stage
Food Court Restrooms
COPA Kids Zone Oregon St.
POMEGRANATE CHERRY & APRICOT
Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival official cocktail recipes, courtesy of Bend Distillery. Crisp and refreshing, these are the drinks to add to your summer profile.
HUMM-DINGER MULE Bond St.
City Quest @ The Fest
The perfect summer sipper made with Crater Lake Sweet Ginger Vodka, a squeeze of lime and Humm’s Lemon Ginger Kombucha.
BLACK & BLUE WHISKEY SOUR
This sunny essential combines Crater Lake Rye Whiskey with our own blackberry-blueberry citrus sour.
Crater Lake Gin is topped with tonic, lime and a few dashes of rhubarb bitters--a great twist on your favorite classic cocktail. Also great as a V&T.
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FINE ARTIST PROMENADE Michael Gwinup Handmade functional stoneware pottery and decorative Raku pottery
Karla Piatt Fused glass sculptures mounted on hand painted acrylic canvas. The glass finishes the story started by the painting. The glass is fused to be a single piece, fired 2-3 times up to 1450 degrees.
Sharon Jackman Wheel-thrown and altered high-fire porcelain, underglazes, crystalline glazes.
Elise Clark Slumped Bottles with glass inside. (Also some bottles cut into goblets or drinking glasses)
Peter Roussel Uniquely hand crafted on a potter’s wheel, finished using alternative firing techniques.
Diane Montoya The fused glass art created in our studio is inspired by our life experiences and the various colors and textures of our glass. The pieces may be display pieces only or can be functional as well.
Hannah Rindlaub Cinder Cone Clay Center artist focused on handbuilt organic clay forms ranging from decorative wares to sculpture using black mountain and porcelain clay bodies.
Suzy Williamson Hand fabricated silver often combining other metals. I create hollow forms for dimension; rollprinted textures using plates that I etch with patterns from my photos or drawings. Stone & pearl accents.
Randi Lile Ceramic wall sculptures and functional hand-carved pottery.
Denise Sampson Handcrafted copper, sterling silver and beaded jewelry, with and without cabs or faceted stones.
Dori Kite I use cone 6 clay, fired to a vitreous state for functional items. Forming methods: hand built with slabs & wheel thrown. Glazing includes dipping, waxing, and painting with brushes & tubes.
Joe Christensen I make jewelry out of stones from the northwest as well as from all over the world. My jewelry is all about showing off the natural beauty of the stone.
Lisa Eldredge I create functional and decorative ceramic art. I make various mugs, coffee brewing equipment, vases, and bowls on the potters wheel. I also make highly textured hand built pieces from clay slabs.
Molly Willson Perry I make jewelry out of stones from the northwest as well as from all over the world. My jewelry is all about showing off the natural beauty of the stone.
Jay Carlton The bulk of my work is under the title “Mr. Ferguson’s Greeting Cards”. The collection consists of over 150 different designs for all occasions. I have also introduced a variety of woodblock canvases.
Amanda Ponvert I make jewelry using sterling silver, sea glass, and natural stones. I set each stone by hand in my handfabricated settings and polish them in my studio in Eugene, Oregon
BEST OF JURY
MIKE ROTHS Stevensville, MT
Julie Carpenter-Boardman My work consists of mixed media collage pieces ranging from 12x12 inches to 30x40 inches. My work is completed on gallery wrapped canvas using charcoal, acrylic paint, paper and embroidery thread. Elita Hill I sew fun, mod, 100% cotton, A-line skirts & reversible headbands for girls & ladies of all ages.
Christian Gardelle Each of our pieces is hand-made from natural materials, mainly copper, sterling silver, and stones. We begin by cutting, torching, and shaping each component. We then solder the pieces together. Julianne Van Buskirk I use mainly Sterling silver, stone cabochons and gemstones to make refined-rustic jewelry with traditional techniques, mainly sawing, engraving, overlay, hollow-form construction and soldering.
Inspired by the history of the Old West and the cowboy way of life, artisan Mike Roths of Bear Paw Designs has been designing and building fine Western furniture since 1979. A woodworking expert, Roths is quick to point out that the success of Bear Paw is due to God’s blessings. Gorgeous, color-contrasting hardwoods, leather, and hand-forged iron define Roths award-winning style, but do not limit his creative designs. Roths has also been known to work with antlers, fishing lures and paintings that reveal a trap door.
Bear Paw Designs is located in the scenic Bitterroot Valley of Western Montana, where Mike and his wife Jo live. His booth is a must see at the festival this year.
Crow Black I cut and polish all the stones in my work. I use sterling and fine silver with some northwest origin as well as stone from around the world. All work is handcrafted by myself here in Bend. Thomas Tucker ‘Anything Found’ is a collection of handcrafted silver jewelry focused on shells. Each piece is bezel set in sterling silver. Handmade bezels and shell cutting/lapidary by Thomas Tucker. Signed pieces
Adrienne Priess Handmade hats from recycled clothing, local, sustainable, charitable, job creating hats made in Bend.
Clare Johnston My nature-inspired jewelry is made from sterling silver and semi precious gems. I use the techniques of lost wax casting, hand fabrication (soldering, hammering, forming, finishing) and wire-wrapping.
Tyler Jarvik I do freehand-drawn traditional wax batik incorporated into handmade clothing I sew from 100% reclaimed fabrics.
Sabine Schran-Collings All our work is fabricated in sterling silver and 14k or 18k gold. Etching and roller printing techniques are used to achieve textures on the metals. A variety of stones are set in bezels to add color.
Holly Willis We are a sustainable, purpose-driven clothing company that utilizes kid-friendly details and our unique designs to create short runs (1-2/size) of unique garments designed for active and growing kids.
Denise Harrison I strive to create memorable pieces from photos. My multi-step process includes etching, lost wax casting, fabrication, stone setting & handmade chains; intriguing textures are captured in silver.
Sheila Walker Copper jewelry
Carson Jansen Multi-function designer bags made from a variety of materials, including domestic & imported tapestries, leathers, hand painting, & classic car upholstery.
Marianne Prodehl I hand make earrings, rings, cuff bracelets, pendants from recycled metals (copper, brass, silver, etc) and mix them with gemstone settings to add interest.
Jen Aylward All blanks are made by me using salvaged copper from one building demolition. They are stamped, riveted, shaped, drilled or embossed. I set up a workstation to create custom pieces right in my booth.
Darcee Neth Wire wrapping and soldering; sterling silver, gold filled and rose gold filled metals; and natural, quality gemstones.
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On Oregon Street between Wall Street and Bond Street Amy Burgess Hand-forged metals, torch-fired enamel jewelry and small, geometric stained glass terrariums and panels.
Emily Edmunds All our images begin as original pen and ink illustrations, and then color and textures are inserted digitally.
Jennifer Fajardo Our product is organic aloe cream.
Josh Hirt I hand weave and intricately knot 4-124 strands of unique fiber in to original patterns and adorn with my hand made beads.
Mike Buck I create digital abstracts on the computer, then print them as limited edition, signed and numbered giclees. I have been creating fractal abstracts for 25 years and only recently full time as work.
Kathy Ross IQ Massager TENS Unit for muscle and nerve pain relief. Handmade Children’s hooded bath towels.
Noelle Dass Acrylic paints on canvas
Elizabeth Pollitz Hello! I am a local Bend Vendor! I have had the opportunity to be in C3Events for many years! Very Grateful! Spring Fest was amazing and I’m hoping to be part of the great Bend Summer festival also!
Danny Hughes I create original paintings using found objects, old barn wood, metal pieces, aged paper, old books, oil paint and resin from time to time. All originals are on wood panel and prints are on canvas.
Karsten Boysen Art is all about mystery, stealth, and transformation – to reveal the dynamics of existence. My materials are selected by a twist, a bend, a crumple. What we discard may be the best tomorrow.
Megan Myers My work is created with acrylic paint on canvas and wood panels.
Kate Carder We reassemble unwanted and discarded knits into skirts, shrugs, cowls, scarves and arm warmers, upcycling them and giving them new life.
Kelli Kobe I use a combination of brushes and palette knives with a spray bottle alternating between light color washes and bold impasto-like applications for depth and texture and a sense of spontaneity.
Mitchel Maciona Everything I make is from discarded beverage bottles. I make mostly drinking glasses made from wine, liquor, mineral water, and beer bottles. I also make self-watering planters, tumbled sea glass.
Tom Boatright I produce artisan paints mixing luminescence, iridescence, pigments and oils to create vivid color and surface texture. I inlay metal to refract light. I paint the beauty of the natural world.
Mike Dolinar Handcrafting the best in traditional Adirondack style chairs and outdoor furniture. I pride myself on attention to detail and comfort, building each and every piece as if for my own use.
Tim Giraudier Passionate interest in subject matter. Image capture using Nikon and Hasselblad 6x6cm. Giclee prints, exhibition grade paper, and quality archival materials are used throughout the framing process.
Kate Levin We make wooden children’s furniture utilizing a variety of tools and techniques including routers and various saws and sanders.
Kate Shannon Photography is my way to share the wondrous sights through my eyes. I focus on minimal enhancement and very little editing. I feel this provides a raw, rich product that is second only to your own life.
Zac Soule I use a Bamboo Ply for my designs. Bamboo is a very strong and is a sustainable wood product. My product is completely made of wood. With the use of saws and hand tools I custom make my designs.
Steve Giardini Digital, high resolution outdoor photography captured using natural light. Tripod exposures, computer processed, printing outsourced. Avail as paper, metal & canvas in variety of sizes & finishes.
Michael Ferrier We make high-quality, original-design wooden kitchenware, from sustainable BC Birch lumber and logs. Bowls, spoons, serving sets, spatulas, spread-knives and wooden hairpins. 100% food-safe finish.
James Holmdahl We take our own photos, print, laminate and frame our own work. We make our own frames. We sell prints, greeting cards, and framed/ unframed photographs. We also add 3D effects to our photographs.
Josh Edwards Pop culture themed wood art and functional crafts, with an emphasis on “nerdy” fandom. Wood is the primary medium, and often used as a “canvas”.
Peter Mcnamee Medium Format Color Photography of North West wilderness landscapes. Printed on traditional archival photographic paper and recycled aluminum in various sizes.
Sachiko Quinn Batik created on silk, mounted on canvas. Acrylic paints are applied to add illuminating effects, detail, depth and dimensions.
Kirk Casey Terrasteel Furniture Design of Bend, Oregon brings you a contemporary Pacific Northwest selection of custom and handcrafted furniture. We create a range of furniture from modern to traditional.
Sue Dougherty Digital wildlife and nature photography matted and framed prints.
Michael Barnes I use Oregon grown cedar. Kiln dry it and make it into my custom cedar pallets which then I spray images into the grain using a UV protected, semi-translucent ink, resulting in indoor/outdoor wall art.
Laura Nolan Tularoo is a small, artist run soap company based in Bend Oregon. Our hand-sculpted designs are individually poured in limited-use casts using unique blends of all natural clays, minerals, and oils.
Louis Cantillo 35mm/digital images taken by Artist of Old World Europe/ Colonial Mexico, National Parks, ocean-scapes, desertscapes. Fine tuned w/PhotoShop, printed on canvas/paper/ metal w/great attention to detail.
Mike Roths I make one of a kind functional, whimsical furniture that tells a story of the historic west. I use all sorts of wood species with contrasting color. Many of my pieces have secret compartments.
Jamison Olson We make sterling silver and 14k gold filled jewelry that is completely hand forged in our Boise, Idaho studio. We also use precious and semi precious gem stones. Staci Schubert Leather & Wood Laser Engraved Jewelry
Jennifer Simpson Handcrafted stamped, hammered, and personalized jewelry. I work with 14kt gold fill, sterling silver, leather, and gemstones.
Stuart Nelson We design our metal garden art with a rust or painted finish. Our work incorporates bird, animal and flower silhouettes to enhance a gardeners enjoyment of nature. We hand design and finish each item. Dustin Logan I create one a kind metal sculptures by utilizing recycled metal scraps such as nails, bike spokes, typewriters and more. All sculptures are hand bent without heat. Marjorie Dwiggins Hand tooled leather objects of art, based on historical research.
Jeff Curry We are the original designers of all of our products and they range from handmade neck wallets, recycled materials like bamboo, and handcrafter leather jewelry. Joni Olsen Original drawing in P en & Ink to set structure then watercolor applied to get color and shading. Finally scanned into my computer to be completed. Printed as photos or as Giclee prints. Karolina Adams Archival Inks and Graphite on Acid Free Paper. Matted and Framed.
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What’s summer without a whole lot of fun for the kids? The Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival is loaded with kids activities for all ages! From bouncy houses that have the added bonus of cool water fun
Abstract in Motion:
Abstract In Motion is Central Oregon’s first Parkour gym with the sole purpose on furthering the movement and discipline of Parkour in a safe and indoor environment. The essence of Parkour can be stated simply: it is the art of overcoming obstacles as swiftly and efficiently as possible using only your body. The fundamentals include running, jumping, and climbing, and we build on these fundamentals to improve our ability to pass over, under, around and through obstacles with more complex movements. Parkour is a system of fitness training that improves strength, speed, agility, co-ordination, stamina, endurance, and precision. It offers a full-body workout at any level of experience, and improves your ability to move, to harness your confidence, to change how you see the world.
Todd Weber has been creating the magic of Balloon Animal fun for the festivals for several years and is always a kid favorite for his balloon swords, awesome pirate hats, balloon bouncy balls and much more!
BSH Cheer Squad Dunk Tank:
Every summer the Bend High School cheerleading team comes out to the Bend Summer Festival with a dunk tank, ready to get dunked to raise money for their team. Make sure to pay them a visit and help them fundraise!
Children’s Museum of Central Oregon:
As Central Oregon grows, we’ve fostered a remarkable array of cultural activities—enhancing both our community and the tourist industry that is so critical to our area. The presence of a Children’s Museum will enhance this community centered cultural richness. Central Oregon is full of young families, and those with children know how fortunate we are to live in such a family friendly, active and engaged place. Our mission is to serve as a place for children to create, explore and investigate their world through immersive hands on experiences, and as a resource for families of all types to grow and learn together.
DD Ranch Petting Zoo and Pony Rides
The DD Ranch offers fun for the whole family. Petting zoo, pony rides, hay rides: The DD Ranch in Central Oregon offers fun for everyone
Face Painting by Angelina:
From butterflies, to kitty cats, to flowers, and more, Angelina Hess is a face painting master, and is always a kid favorite and the Bend Summer Festival. Always with a smile on her face, Angelina makes kids face painting dreams come true.
Kumon Tutoring :
At Kumon, we believe that every child has the potential to learn far beyond our expectations. It is our job as Kumon Instructors to encourage each individual child to want to learn, to enjoy learning, and to be capable of studying successfully in the future.
S & K Inflatables:
S&K Inflatables was created & inspired by 18-year-old twins Spencer & Koeby. With the help of their employees, Rick (dad) & Danielle (mom), they are excited to help you with any of your party needs.
Thoroughly Modern Productions:
Founded in 2011 by Artistic Director David DaCosta, Thoroughly Modern Productions (TMP) has quickly become a leader in the creation and presentation of theatrical works (new and old) in an innovative and cutting edge format.Founded in 2011 by Artistic Director David DaCosta, Thoroughly Modern Productions (TMP) has quickly become a leader in the creation and presentation of theatrical works (new and old) in an innovative and cutting edge format. TMP’s core principles are: Development and Collaboration, Service and Community, Creation and Non-Convention, and Active Engagement and Participation.
MAIN ATTRACTIONS ABSTRACT IN MOTION BALLOON CREATIONS BSH CHEER SQUAD DUNK TANK CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF CENTRAL OREGON DD RANCH PETTING ZOO AND PONY RIDES FACE PAINTING BY ANGELINA KUMON TUTORING S & K INFLATABLES THOROUGHLY MODERN PRODUCTIONS YOUNITY
Younity brings positive, interactive anti-bullying programs to Central Oregon schools. For millions of young people, bullying, violence, and other forms of oppression are a part of a typical school day. Many students are afraid to walk down the halls for fear of being teased or humiliated. Others feel so alone and frightened that they cannot even pay attention in their classes. Younity is the vehicle for bringing Challenge Day to Central Oregon middle schools and high schools, providing administrative support and funding to make the programs a reality. In addition, Younity’s mission is to bring this and other youthcentric programs to Central Oregon.
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CONSCIOUS LIVING SHOWCASE Wall Street between Oregon Avenue and Greenwood Avenue
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Pro Caliber procaliberbend.com Purium Health Products purepremiumhealth.com Solar Light & Energy solarlight.me SOS Alarm sosasap.com Totemmi totemmi.com Turf-N Central Oregon turfncentraloregon.com Wood Family Homes imfd.com VOLUNTEER CONNECT www.volunteerconnectnow.org FEATURED MEMBERS Grandmas House Of Central Oregon grandmashouseofco.org Latino Community Association latinocommunityassociation.org Alzheimerâ€™s Association alz.org SPONSORED BY Cascades of Bend Retirement Community cascadesofbend.com High Desert Wildlife & Rehabilitatiion highdesertwildlife.org TITLE SPONSOR Wild Birds Unlimited bend.wbu.com PRESENTED BY Sunriver Metal Works sunrivermetalworks.com
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LANDSYSTEMS NURSERY 9am—5pm Mon—Sat 10am—5pm Sun
Full Service Nursery Everything for the garden including seeds, soils, fertilizer
AND KNOWLEDGE of plants that grow in Central Oregon BARKS And SOils • FRUIT TREES GARDENING CLASSES • Berries Gardening Classes • Design and Planting • Irrigation Supplies and Service
Custom made planters and baskets like the ones in downtown Bend)
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Getting TO and THRU the Bend Summer Festival The Bend Summer Festival is honored to have so many of our neighbors, visitors, locals & tourists coming to Downtown Bend to enjoy the happenings of the festival weekend. It’s important to us that we have options for everyone, to get to and through the festival!
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The following sidewalks will be marked specifically as “No Standing Zones,” for easy access through crowded spaces.
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ADA Drop Off Zone: Vehicles transporting ADA individuals can access the drop-off zone in the parking lot at the corner of Greenwood Ave and Wall St. Vehicles can drop-off close to the festival, and park vehicles in any of the ADA parking space found on the parking map.
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ADA Accessible routes are provided throughout the entire festival.
The Bank of The Cascades Event Information Booth is located at the intersection of Oregon and Wall
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BEND SUMMER FESTIVAL The Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival presented by The Source Weekly and Hayden Homes is the cumulative effort of literally hundreds of staff, volunteers and sponsors. This festival is not possible without the support of the Bend Downtown Business Association and the City of Bend, the insanely hard work of C3 Events, the efforts of several very important independent contractors, and phenomenal financial support from Bank of the Cascades. TITLE SPONSOR Bank of the Cascades PRESENTING SPONSORS The Source Weekly Hayden Homes HOST SPONSOR Downtown Bend Business Association MEDIA PARTNER SPONSORS The Source Weekly FOX Central Oregon News Channel 21 THE PEAK 104.1 - Today’s Best Music! Bend’s Best Variety – 95.7 MY FM Rock & Rolls Greatest Hits 105.7 KQAK-FM BEVERAGE SPONSORS Deschutes Brewery Bend Distillery Crater Lake Vodka Atlas Cider Humm Kombucha ACTIVITY OWNERSHIP The Peak 104.1 Mainstage Cascade Sotheby’s Jazz & Wine Street Director’s Mortgage Locals Only Stage presented by KPOV Conscious Living Street presented by Great Northern Windows & Door and Northwest Quality Roofing COPA Kid’s Zone PARTNERING SPONSORS All Star Staffing & Labor LaMagie Chi Chinese and Sushi Level 2 Landsystems Nursery
SPECIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS All at Bank of the Cascades Julie Miller Charlene Clevenger Debbie Amerongen Caitlin Kennedy All at Horizon Broadcasting Group Mike Cheney Nancy Wirth ALL at The Source Weekly Aaron Switzer Chris Larro Kelli Carter City of Bend Eric King Lorelei Williams Karin Morris Jim Porter Lori Drew Rick Miller, KPOV Bend Police Department Bend Fire Department Dan Derlake Steve Steinkamp Larry Medina Downtown Bend Business Association Rod Porsche Kelli Brooks All Downtown Merchants Scott Reynolds, Tom Wilson and Courtney Reynolds at All Star Labor & Staffing Security Pros Brian and Dianna Shawver Don Reynolds Cliff Wyland, Sound Advice
STAFF BIOS All of these people represent the very best of the best among event staff anywhere — this is a positive, healthy, vivacious, energized, elegant, extraordinary group of folks. Thank you to each and every one of you for giving your being to these events!
Tiffany Clark comes from the hospitality industry, where most recently she has been working as a Vice President for Operations and Marketing at a Texas Gulf home community, called Seahorse. Previously, she served as the Vice President of Marketing for Pronghorn Properties. She is a distiller of soul, a creator of beauty. Everything she touches (artist coordination, general counsel, event development) turns to gold.
Cameron Clark, Owner, Meddler Cameron is a fluoroquinolone toxicity survivor, a cancer survivor and a dad. He finds his greatest joy in spending time with his daughters Cecilia Grace (11) and Liliana-Kayce-Marie (8). He has been producing award winning events since 1984 (32 years). He is passionate about building community and looks forward to a great festival.
Kirsten Staack, Operations Manager Kirsten came to us in 2014. She ran lead operations for the NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers’ Market, and quickly established herself as an elite operations force, capable of doing the work of several staff all at once. She is highly skilled, her work ethic is off the charts, and her attitude is extraordinary- she is a gem, and will run a crew with incredible precision and detail. We love her spirit and drive. Irreplaceable.
Michelle Roats, Event Consultant A veteran leader of C3 Events and Bend, Oregon native, Michelle Roats proved to be one of the finest in C3 Events history. Now, with her company Roats Productions, Michelle helps to direct the Bend Spring, Summer and Fall Festivals. Michelle is breathing fresh energy into these favorite Bend community events. The festivals have thrived under her talented, highly organized and dynamic ways.
Jami Garrett, Bookkeeping A long time local bookkeeper, Jami manages to create systems and develop protocol that keeps all the assorted accounting, on site, on track. A deeply spiritual soul, Jami brings both angels and math skills to our festivals (and you can’t possibly have enough of either!).
Bradley Paul O’Neal, Graphic Design, Special Ops Lead Bradley is a brilliant fine artist, and a talented drummer. After graduating from Western Washington University with a degree in Graphic Design, Bradley with his great, big, heart, took his first design gig with Microsoft, and found that he was missing something. In search of existential answers- Brad moved to his sacred place, Bend, Oregon, in the winter of 2014, and lends C3 Events, now, his massive, creative, design skills.
Kristin Calahane, Lead Intern Kristin is a recent University of Oregon graduate. As a design major, she has a keen sense for the details. With her quiet nature, she takes it “all” in and then produces beauty. We are so glad you’re with us, Kristin!
Jim Kone, Conscious Living Showcase Coordinator
Molly Hogan, Intern
Jim launched this grass roots street dedicated to non-profits, mom and pop businesses, green living, and healthy lifestyles four seasons ago. It’s all about community. Jim’s history in green building, and owning his own steel construction company has made him a massive asset for our team.
Molly also comes to us from the University of Oregon. With only two weeks under her belt before the festival, Molly will be thrown into the preverbial fire, but we know she’s got what it takes! Thank you for your drive and ambition – we’re already impressed!
Erika Erkel, Jazz Food and Wine Coordinator
Tiffany Clark, Art and Soul
Brooke Bennett, Information
Erika, coordinates the Cascade Sotheby’s Jazz Food and Wine street with a wealth of knowledge and keen eye for “the details”. Erika continues to take this street to the next level by infusing it with her own sense of style and taste.
We hope Brooke will take a job with us someday. Why? She’s amazing! This recent graduate is impressive and has a maturity that has led her to volunteer for our events for many years. This year, Brooke will be the smiling face at our information zone all weekend long.
Rainie Stein, ADA Compliance Manager
Jen Peterson, All-Around
Among many other things, this tri-athlete and mother-of-two will help to ensure that the Bend Summer Festival remains accessible to our community members. Rainie will be available to help with any ADA or security related questions or concerns for all event attendees.
If there’s one thing we love at C3, it’s our folks who come back year-after-year all because they love our events! When Jen isn’t working at Touchmark, she’s helping us three times per year produce festivals. We love her spirit and positivity. We’re so thankful you’re back, Jen!
Kirsten Morrell, COPA Kids’ Zone, Food Vendor and Special Event Assistant
Natalie Fletcher, Fine Artist Promenade Coordinator
A native Bendite and recent graduate of the University of Oregon, Kirsten joined the C3 in 2015 as lead intern. We were so impressed that we hired her! Responsible for ensuring that our youngest festival attendees and their families have a blast at the Bend Summer Festival, Kirsten coordinates the vendors, performances and activities in the COPA Kids’ Zone along with a menagerie of other important details including herding our food vendors.
Jasmine Barnett, Stage Manager, Local’s Only Stage Booking Manager Owner of JAH Promotions, Jasmine brings the soul and rock to the KPOV Local’s Only Stage. This mother and newlywed is responsible for researching and booking bands representative of our local music scene. In addition, Jasmine seamlessly manages all three stages at the Bend Summer Festival with her team. We are SO fortunate to have Jasmine on our team.
As an acclaimed body painting artist, Natalie exudes a keen sense of artistic taste. Natalie also helps to creates an atmosphere at our events that is calm and peaceful. Those two things combined make her a crowd favorite amongst our fine artisans. And, we kinda like her, too!
Amy Hogan, Special Events Coordinator Amy joined C3 as an intern for the winter 2016. She is now the special events coordinator at the Bend Summer Festival handling all of our “mini” events inside of our festival throughout the course of the weekend. Three words we love to use to describe Amy: Calm. Cool. Collected.
Lisa Hamel, SOUK Coordinator Lisa has coordinated the SOUK at the Bend Summer Festival for over a decade. She is a light. We appreciate all that Lisa has done to continue to make the SOUK is a special experience for our festival attendees. What else can we say? She’s the best!
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945 NW Bond St. Bend, OR 97701 and now we have a new location in Sisters:
473 E. Hood Ave., Sisters, OR 97759
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All you need to know about the 2016 Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival presented by The Source Weekly & Hayden Homes, July 8-10, 2016...
Published on Jun 24, 2016
All you need to know about the 2016 Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival presented by The Source Weekly & Hayden Homes, July 8-10, 2016...