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August 22nd - September 12th NorthWest Crossing Munch and Movies
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NorthWest Crossing Event Calendar Clip this handy event calendar so you’re always in the know about happenings in and around NorthWest Crossing. And for more details on any of these events, please visit www.nwxevents.com. See you around the ‘hood soon!
June 27, 3:00 – 11p NorthWest Crossing
June 28 – September 20, 10am-2pm NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market, presented by The Garner Group Real Estate
Tour Des Chutes Cycling Event and 5k Family Run
Twilight Tunes, featuring The Betty Berger Big Band free concert in Compass Park
July 18-20 & 25-27 COBA Tour of Homes
ccording to Mr. Webster, a hullabaloo is deﬁned as a great noise or excitement; an uproar, if you will. Here in NorthWest Crossing, we call it the best darn way to kick-oﬀ summer. This one-night-only-so-don’t-youdare-miss-it street festival is a party that has it all—toe-tapping music, thrilling bike races, mouth-watering food, tasty libations, kid-tested fun and more, all in the heart of NorthWest Crossing’s charming neighborhood center. We’re thrilled to welcome Grammy Awardwinning folk-rock duo, The Indigo Girls to the stage this year! Read on to learn all about the exciting stuﬀ taking place at this year’s 7th Annual Hullabaloo! And this is just the ﬁrst of many fun, family-friendly events taking place in the ‘hood this summer! Our sixth season of the Saturday Farmers Market unfolds the Saturday morning following Hullabaloo and we couldn’t be more excited about the organic growth naturally taking place with this soulful weekly event in our neighborhood. As one of the largest and most popular markets in Central Oregon, it just might become your summer Saturday
morning ritual (see page 10 for more details)! And why spend a beautiful Central Oregon summer evening indoors watching a movie? NorthWest Crossing’s Compass Park is again the host site of the popular NorthWest Crossing Munch & Movies outdoor cinema series, spanning four weeks in late summer (turn to page 13 to see what ﬂicks are going to be on the big screen!). Add to all this triathlons, concerts in the park, home tours and we’ve got a jam-packed season sure to keep you grinning from ear-to-ear all summer long. Many kudos to C3 Events for their year-round eﬀorts that produce enriching and entertaining events for us. Sincere thanks to our businesses, customers, neighbors, sponsors and performers. Without you, none of these incredible events would be possible. We appreciate your support and look forward to a summer full of fun, community gathering, music, art, sport and conversation. — The development team at NorthWest Crossing
Twilight Tunes, featuring The SweatBand free concert in Compass Park
Twilight Tunes, featuring Ruckus free concert in Compass Park
Twilight Tunes, featuring Franchot Tone free concert in Compass Park
Fridays, August 22 - Sept 12 NorthWest Crossing Munch & Movies
2014 Leadman Triathlon
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Indigo Girls 9:30PM 9:30pM
Twenty years after they began releasing records as the Indigo Girls, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have politely declined the opportunity to slow down with age. With a legacy of releases and countless U.S. and international tours behind them, the Indigo Girls have forged their own way in the music business. Selling over 14 million records, they are still going strong. Amy & Emily are the only duo with top 40 titles on the Billboard 200 in the '80s, '90s, '00s and '10s.
“Along with Simon & Garfunkel and The Everly Brothers, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers rank at the very top of all-time great duos. The sublime music-making-machine-skewering “Making Promises” is one of their ﬁnest rockers.” – The Boston Herald
Redwood Son and Laura Invancie
It takes a certain, quiet strength to work in the shadows, and an entirely diﬀerent kind of fortitude to step into the light. Franchot Tone is blessed with all of the above. His sound is unmistakable: take a pitchperfect pinch of vintage reggae and dub, a sun-fried splash of laid-back SoCal pop-rock, and a heaping helping of Metersstyle funk and soul, and you've got Tone's brew.
MOsley WOtta is a Bend, Oregon based band who combine hip hop, folk, rock, country, and jazz. Fronted by Jason Graham, MOsley WOtta deftly engages the audience with music that makes you feel good about who you are. MOsley WOtta seeks to explore and embrace the custom made self and celebrate our diﬀerences. In fact, the name Mosley Wotta is a play on words—we are all "mostly water,” no matter what deﬁnes our external casing. Known not only for his music, MOsley WOtta is an accomplished public speaker, painter and poet. Their live performances are electrifying and unifying.
Quickly becoming a Bend, Oregon, favorite (having won the Portland Music Award's “Best New Artist"), Redwood Son is on the rise. Boasting a 20-Song double-disc debut album titled "The Lion’s Inside" he brings a dynamic versatility that crosses the borders of their West Coast Americana with hook-laden Roots-Rock and Alt. Country, while maintaining an authentic Universal "Pop" vibe.
He will be performing with a dear friend and musical collaborator, Laura Invancie. Singer/songwriter Invancie says, “My music dances with the dark side; it is introspective and thought-provoking with a heavy inﬂuence of electronica; however, I feel like my voice and melodies have a tendency to swing a bit, giving it a soulful tinge that blends throwbacks like Eva Cassidy with Adele and a modern Sade.”
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A racing start to the NorthWest Crossing Hullabaloo! Whether you pedal a trike, are a hard-core cyclist, or a world-class Participation is free but pre-registration is required at the spectator, you won’t want to miss the excitement of racers, young Umpqua Bank store located on NW Crossing Drive by noon on and not-so-young, zooming through the ‘hood. Friday, June 27th. The registration form is located online at www. nwxhullabaloo.com. Participants must wear a helmet and meet in presented by The KiDs’ cRiT is a popular race for kids Compass Park by 3:00pm. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and aged 11 and under. This year’s course is around the 3rd places in each age category. Free ice cream from the Umpqua uniquely round Compass Park, located in the heart Bank Ice Cream Truck provides a very cool and yummy finish! of NorthWest Crossing. At approximately 1/3 of a mile, participants are grouped by age, and (starting with the youngest racers first), will complete a number of laps appropriate for their age: 3 and under: 1 lap 4-5 years old: 1 lap 6-8 years old: 2 lap 9 - 11 years old: 3 laps
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The 7Th AnnuAl nWX cRiTeRiuM Presented by Hydro Flask, The NWX Crit back and better than ever with exciting races for pros, masters, juniors and amateur cyclists. Visitors won’t want to miss the action and with races starting at 4:25pm and concluding at dusk, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to see some amazing athletes.
scheDule | FRiDAY, June 27Th: Registration opens at the Start/Finish area on NW Crossing Dr. one hour before each race. 4:25pm - JUNIORS - 25 minutes 5:00pm - WOMEN 4/5 - 35 minutes 5:45pm - WOMEN 1/2/3 - 30 minutes 6:25pm - MEN 4/5 - 35 minutes 7:10pm - MEN 3- 40 minutes 8:00pm - MEN 1/2- 50 minutes If you’re interested in participating, an OBRA License and helmet are required. Annual and one-day licenses will be available for purchase. Visit www.trinitybikescycling.com to register and learn more. Race produced by Trinity Bikes Cycling Promotions.
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Kid Zone The NorthWest Crossing Hullabaloo has something for everyone and our Kid Zone promises to be better than ever! In addition to the hoppin’ good time in the bouncy houses and cuddly critters in the petting zoo, we’ve got the Taylor NW Construction Zone where kiddos can play on real big rigs from 4-7pm (free hardhats to the first 200 kids!). Face painting, african dancing and drumming, magic, giant street puppets, reptiles and more fun can be found in the exciting Kid Zone!
KiDs sTAge, pResenTeD bY blueFish DenTAl Bluefish Dental is hosting our Kids Stage which will be full of magic, exotic reptiles, and musical fun. Take a few minutes to relish this kid-friendly and awe-inspiring entertainment!
sTAge line up:
5pm Fe Fanyi West African Drum
• DD Ranch, Petting Zoo and Pony Rides
and Dance Troupe and Kids Drum Workshop
• Central Oregon Aerial Arts
6pm Bill Mitchell Magic 6:30 Reptile Zone Exhibit 7pm Janellybean
hullAbAloo FooD couRT • Demetris • Thai on the Fly • Bonta Gelato • Famous Kettle Corn • Parilla Grill • Tooliani's Italian Bistro and Pizzeria • Jumbo Tamales • Dump City Dumplings • Fries AlaCart This year enjoy dinner seated at the neighborhood common table next to the corner bar at the intersection of NorthWest Crossing Drive and Fort Clatsop Street.
On Tap with Deschutes Brewery:
Mirror Pond Pale Ale Black Butte Porter Twilight Summer Ale Deschutes River Ale Chainbreaker White IPA Fresh Squeezed IPA
• Face Painting • Inflatable bouncing houses • The Philosophical Egg "Do it Yourself Toymaking" • Taylor NW construction zone
FAvoRiTe RegionAl libATions AT All evenT bARs Atlas Cider: Atlas Cider Co. is dedicated to bringing you a taste of the Northwest in our premium hard ciders crafted in Bend, Oregon. On tap at the NorthWest Crossing Hullabaloo. Atlas Cider Co. Hard Apricot Peach- Hard Blackberry Visualize the bushels of Blackberries and Elderberries with every sip of this cider *These Ciders are Gluten Free
benD DisTilleRY FAvoRiTe suMMeR cocKTAil Recipes: Ginger Lemon Drop Summer Sangria • 2 oz. Crater Lake Sweet Ginger Vodka • 2 oz. lemon juice • 1.5 oz. simple syrup Mix ingredients over ice in cocktail shaker. Shake and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a lemon wedge. “ Can also be served on the rocks”
• 2 oz. Crater Lake Vodka • 3 oz. Prosecco • 1 oz. pear or white grape juice • 1 oz. cranberry juice • 3 lime slices Muddle lime in a cocktail shaker. Add remaining ingredients, shake well and pour contents (including ice) into a wine glass. Garnish with lime.
Get it in gear and get here!
be considerate of our residents and their landscaping when parking on the street, taking care not to block driveways.
As a sustainable community, NorthWest Crossing would like to encourage Hullabaloo-goers to consider alternative forms of transportation. For neighbors who bike to the festivities, there will be ample bike parking available; just be sure to bring your own lock!
THE THIRD ANNUAL SEASON OF TOWARD ZERO WASTE!
Bend Tour Company will be oﬀering FREE shuttle service, 6pm – 11pm to and from downtown Bend. Pick-up/drop oﬀ site is 900 Wall Street in downtown Bend at the top and bottom of every hour, and by La Rosa in NWX roughly a quarter past or quarter till each hour. We understand that sometimes, a vehicle is necessary. Parking is available at Summit High School and High Lakes Elementary, as well as street parking. We ask that you
Don't be trashy... Help us clean up our community by utilizing the Zero Waste Stations, and volunteering at our NWX summer events! C3 Events is excited to announce the third season of sustainability with our “Towards Zero Waste” campaign. We've been successful, composting over three (3) tons of food waste, while also separating recycling and garbage!
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Contact us at CONTACT@C3EVENTS.COM TO VOLUNTEER! GREAT FOR SCHOOL GROUP FUNDRAISING!
A Taste for al l thi ngs
Fresh & Local
THE GARNER GROUP IS A PROUD SPONSOR OF TH E N ORTH WEST C RO SSI NG SATURDAY FARMERS MARKET
Hug a local farmer. Nothing nourishes a body like fresh fruits and vegetables and nothing nourishes a neighborhood like a flourishing farmers market. It’s why we, The Garner Group, want to make sure there’s a thriving market in NorthWest Crossing for a good, long while. We invite you to join us on summer Saturday mornings at the NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market to indulge in the freshest offerings this side of the mountain.
JUN 28 - SEP 20 Saturdays 10am - 2pm
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2014 northWest crossing Farmers Market nwxfarmersmarket.com A weekly ritual for neighbors and the community at large to shop and interact with local farmers and artisans—and each other— the NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market has truly blossomed. Young and old, friends and families gather and enjoy the sights, smells and sounds of this charming neighborhood market each week throughout the summer. And now in its 6th year, the market promises to be the best one yet! Our market stage features talented local, regional and even international entertainers, with sounds that vary each week. In addition there are musicians busking on the streets and sidewalks, including students from Joe Schulte's String Theory youth class. Don’t miss our rotation of guest chefs serving up tasty bites, as well as other food, wellness and garden experts sharing new ideas and information to our market guests. Our popular Taste of the Season weekly recipe is back with 13 delicious new recipe ideas on how to use market bounty in new and unexpected ways. Each week a new recipe, using ingredients from market vendors will be featured on our website and Facebook page (be sure to LIKE us to stay in the know!), as well as at the market itself. Much of our market’s success is based on the enthusiastic and hard-working slate of farmers and vendors that serve up fresh produce, meats, cheeses, eggs, flowers, hand-crafted items and tasty food and drink each week. We’re also
saturdays: June 28 thru september 20th grateful to the dedication and year-round work of the C3 Events team for recruiting vendors and coordinating the logistics of the entire season. To our sponsors, partners, neighbors and businesses, thank you for your support of this wonderful event. But of course, a successful farmers market can’t survive or thrive without you! We invite you to join us each Saturday through September 20th and experience the soul of the market for yourself.
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"Our family looks forward to walking to the Farmers Market every Saturday during the summertime. We find the best selection of fresh organic food... not to mention the most fabulous selection of flowers!” — Kelly Jamieson, NWX Resident
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northWest crossing Farmers Market vendors ARTisAns/cRAFTs: Navidi Olive Oil & Vinegars Jax Hats
ATLAS Cider Co.
Fur Friends Doggie Bakery/ Pet Sitting Service
Heart's Desire The Silver Otter
Little Bite Cafe
Diane Hodiak Dba Art Escapes
Jumbo Size Tamales
MaileKai Creations TALLOW BALM Skin Care Cream
Love that Letter Dewdrop Glass Best Buddy Bandanas Of Mice & Mischief DIYcave Oregon Bottle Art Lava Love LLC
Bean, Pea and the Pumpkin
La Petite Savonnerie
Mason Jar Momma
The Sparrow Bakery Fearless Baking
Nellie Jane Designs
Sara Bella Upcycled
Bontà - Natural Artisan Gelato
hAnDcRAFTeD FooD AnD beveRAges:
Holm Made Toffee Co. Addy Mac's Creamery Humm Kombucha Southwest Salsa Co. Paleo Eats Rik's Rubs Bend Food Company
Khara Foods Curry Wagon Thai on the Fly Sunny Yoga Kitchen
nuRseRY/gARDen: Ten Oaks Nursery Tumalo Lavender Cha Meng Family Farm Cascade Lavender Bloom
FRuiT & vegeTAbles: Marquam Hill Berries Victorias Vegetables Juniper Jungle Farm Whiskey Hill Berry Garden Candy's Farm
Good Earth Farm
TAPS Mobile Pub
Cada Dia Cheese
Pine Mountain Ranch
Philosophical Egg Toy Co
Giardini Photography Relic Workshop
Vaquero Valley Ranch
Waldorf School of Bend
DD Ranch Cinder Butte Meat Company
Taste of the Season Weekly Recipe:
The Taste of the Season Weekly Recipe, back with tasty new dishes! Each week we will promote a recipe that features local ingredients from one or more of our Saturday Farmer Market vendors. Our goal is to share with our customers a new recipe that perhaps introduces a new food or technique, help support our local vendors, and have fun sharing ways to celebrate the fresh bounty available at our weekly market. Look for the “Taste of the Season” recipes on www.nwxfarmersmarket.com, and Facebook, as well as at the Information Booth each Saturday at the Farmers Market. To whet your appetite, below is a simple and refreshing recipe for a summer treat. Bon Appétit!
WATeRMelon-leMonADe ice pops Servings: 8 Ingredients: 2 cups (packed) finely chopped seeded watermelon ¾ cup frozen lemonade concentrate (half 12-oz. can), thawed 3 tablespoons sugar Pinch of salt Directions: Combine all ingredients in processor. Puree until very smooth. Divide mixture among 8 ice pop molds (each about ¼ to ⅓ cup capacity). Cover and freeze until firm, at least 4 hours and up to 5 days. Recipe courtesy of Bon Appétite by Rozanne Gold
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MARKET MUSIC SATURDAYS
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10am - 2pm at Northwest Crossing Drive and Fort Clatsop Street
Fresh food and great music naturally just go together! This year, we’re excited to bring even more free, live, worldclass music to your Saturday morning market tradition right in NorthWest Crossing each week. As you stroll the local food producers, purveyors, and ﬁne artisans, take a music time-out and enjoy the sounds from the best of Bend’s local music scene, along with some regional and international standouts. It’s unlike any other market in the Northwest!
Miguel DeAlonso Group
Tim Snider and Max Ribner
Tumbleweed Peep Show
Erin Marie Cole Baker
Moon Mountain Ramblerss
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Free musical performances on the Market Stage between 10am-2pm each Saturday!
Grit and Grizzle
As you wander our NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market you will bump into the vibrance of our three resident busking performers. The ﬁrst station features Lino and his world guitar fusion blend, the second station features Miguel De Alonso, and his authentic Latin ﬂamenco sounds, and the third station features youth musicians from Joe Schulte's String Theory class. The market is proud to support these young musicians! Please support all of our buskers by making donations to them if you enjoy their market sounds.
Market Center Spotlight
The Row at Tetherow Market Spotlight" Saturdays 11:30am - noon.
Each week in between musical sets, stick around to learn, experience and take in the bounty and knowledge of our neighbors around Bend who know what it means to live locally, naturally, and fresh. Each week a diﬀerent demonstration will come to you from a variety of masters of industry throughout Central Oregon. June 28th Jem Raw Chocolate - DIY Sprouting and Health Beneﬁts July 5th Navidis Oils - Top oils for cooking and how to use July 12th Atlas Cider - Pressing, fermenting Cider July 19th The Row at Tetherow - Appetizers and summer entertaining with locally sourced foods July 26th Beekeeping, starting and managing your own hives August 2nd Good Earth Farms - Organic veggie tastings, salsa making and growing in Central Oregon August 9th Well Traveled Fork - Learn about farms in the area, tours and tastings
August 16th Homebrewing how to's and sampling August 23rd Humm Kombucha presents tastings and health beneﬁts of fermented beverages. August 30th Award winning Chef Bethlyn Rider on seasonal vegetarian dishes with ﬂavor September 6th Juniper Jungle - Farm education and sustainable living September 13th Nutritional counseling September 20th Sunny Yoga Kitchen and Paleo Living - beneﬁts of yoga and paleo diets with yoga and food demos
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Munch & Movies FRee Movies in coMpAss pARK FRiDAYs, AugusT 22nD -sepTeMbeR 12Th Compass Park, NorthWest Crossing Drive
With the waning of summer and the closing days of the Bend Memorial Clinic Munch & Music Free Music in the Park Series, the NorthWest Crossing Munch & Movies Free Movies in the Park Series picks up with new family-friendly festivities starting Friday nights in August. The event officially starts at 6:00pm with live performances by local musicians — with each night featuring a different musical guest who will double as the MC for the evening. Movies will begin at dusk and there will be a brief intermission. There will be dinner food, dessert, and kettle korn available from one of many restaurants on site. Relax in the park, under the stars in front of the Tetherow Lodges Dream Theater's 60-foot outdoor movie screen featuring recent favorites and one to teach a new generation about. Be sure to come early to find a good parking spot, and bring a coat as the nights can get chilly. We also recommend you bring a blanket to sit on or a low-backed chair, so it does not block the view of others enjoying the film.
September 5th September 12th
Sleepless in Seattle
The Lego Movie
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A Huge Hullabaloo Thank Youâ€Ś
The NorthWest Crossing events could not be possible without help from the following partners, sponsors and supporters:
The Garner Group Real Estate
West Bend Property Company
And all NorthWest Crossing restaurants, businesses, and neighbors!
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Published on Jun 23, 2014
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Official guide for all your favorite NorthWest Crossing Summer Events! The Indigo Girls, Free, at the NorthWest Crossing Hullabaloo, June 2...