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2015 Summer Event Guide

Presented by The Source Weekly

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June 20th – September 19th (Saturdays)

NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market Presented by Harcourts The Garner Group Real Estate

August 8th Kids Crit

August 21st – September 11th (Fridays) NorthWest Crossing Munch & 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!

Saturdays, June 20th – September 19th

10am-2pm

NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market presented by

The Garner Group Real Estate

June 21 Twilight Tunes, featuring

Sweet Red & The Hot Rod Billies Benefiting Healthy Beginnings Free concert in Compass Park

July 28 Twilight Tunes, featuring

Derek Michael Marc & “Double AA” Benefiting Habitat for Humanity Free concert in Compass Park

August 4 Twilight Tunes, featuring

Moon Mountain Ramblers Benefiting Family Access Network Free concert in Compass Park

August 8

Kids Day At The Market : 10am-2pm Kids Crit : 10am

August 21

NorthWest Crossing Munch & Movies,

featuring Big Hero 6

August 28

NorthWest Crossing Munch & Movies,

featuring Cinderella

September 4

Free Live Concert June 20th, 11am | Todd Habby Todd Habby will kick off the NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market with his signature Nuevo flamenco Latin group, Sola Via. One of the most sought after talents on the West Coast, Todd performs to sold out shows at national music festivals, theaters and concert halls. Born in Northern California, Todd's musical influences came at a young age from his mother who taught him and six other siblings the basics of music and music theory. At the age of 15, Todd received a guitar for a birthday present, not knowing that it would be a truly life-changing event. Within six months, after hours of practice, Todd had formed his first band as the lead guitarist. Over the next three years, he delved into many opportunities such as live concerts, club performances, and even radio circulation of his work. When Todd was 18, he was asked to perform with the prestigious Grammy Awardwinning artist Phil Driscoll. When he was 24, Todd was introduced to the sounds of Spain, which proved to be a truly momentous occasion in his musical path. Attracted by the fiery passion of Latin music, this would mark a turning point in Todd's musical direction. With a growing love of Spanish music and the fortunate opportunity to travel abroad, Todd developed a unique style all his own. From the riffs he learned as a kid listening to Eddie 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. 

Free Live Concert September 19th, 12pm | Curtis Salgado Join us for the finale weekend of the 2015 NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market featuring the tunes of Curtis Salgado. Award-winning vocalist/songwriter/harmonica icon Curtis Salgado sings and plays with soulful authority, never giving less than 100 percent. He plays each and every show like it’s the most important gig of his career. He recalls the time when his friend, the great chitlin’ circuit singer Buddy Ace, put on the show of his life, singing his heart out, making three costume changes, all while playing at a casual house party. Salgado was floored. “I was just there playing with my band, hanging out in cut-offs and a t-shirt, and there’s Buddy treating the gig the same as if he was performing at the Apollo,” he says. From that moment on, Curtis vowed that every time he got on stage he would deliver his very best shot.

A Huge Thank You

The NorthWest Crossing events could not be possible without help from the following partners, sponsors and supporters:

NorthWest Crossing Munch & Movies,

featuring Guardians of the Galaxy

September 11

NorthWest Crossing Munch & Movies,

featuring Pitch Perfect Sing Along Night with Special Guests “The Coats”

The Garner Group Real Estate


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The NorthWest Crossing

SATURDAY FARMERS MARKET

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Fresh & Local THE GARNER GROUP IS A PROUD SPONSOR

OF THE NORTHWEST CROSSING 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, Harcourts The Garner Group wants 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 20 - SEP 19 Saturdays 10am - 2pm

The Garner Group Real Estate

Visit our sales office at NorthWest Crossing. 541 383 4360 | www.thegarnergroup.com


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The Garner Group Real Estate

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Presented by: The Source Weekly, NorthWest Crossing Builders Guild, Deschutes Brewery, BlueFish Dental, Umpqua Bank, THE PEAK 104.1, West Side Barber Shop and Taylor NW 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 7th 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 the Stringtheory from Cascade School of Music. 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 14 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 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 19th and experience the soul of the market for yourself.


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2015 NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market Saturdays, June 20th – September 19th | 10am-2pm

NorthWest Crossing Farmers Market Vendors PRODUCE:

Southwest Salsa Co.

Good Earth Farm

Sweet Alchemy

Juniper Jungle Farm

Venture Fermentation

Just 1 Acre

The Village Baker

Mahonia Gardens Marquam Hill Berries

ARTISANS/CRAFTS:

Mountain View Farm

Americana Woodworks

Sagestruck Herbary, LLC

BlissPillow

Whiskey Hill Berry Garden

Blue Spruce Pottery

The Next Season Farm

Brofotos

The Vegetable Man Produce

Cascade Lavender

TowerGarden/JuicePlus

DLG Stained Glass Designs

Victorias Vegetables

EcoHome Cleaning

Taste of the Season Weekly Recipe: The Taste of the Season Weekly Recipe is 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 the NorthWest Crossing website, and Facebook page, 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!

Extreme Oregon

MEATS/EGGS: Central Oregon Locavore DD Ranch Gunpowder Ranch LLC Vaquero Valley Ranch

PREPARED FOODS: Jumbo Size Tamales Siamsmilechef service Sunny Yoga Kitchen

READY TO EAT:

Joe Mitchell Katie Lofquist collage Kind's Wood-n-Art La Petite Savonnerie Linda Holland Designs

Mount Bachelor Quilt Guild

INGREDIENTS For the Beets: 2 red beets, peeled and cut into 1/2inch cubes 1 small red onion, diced into 1/2-inch cubes 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon agave nectar Salt and cracked pepper to taste For the Salad: 6-8 cups chopped kale 2-3 cups cooked wild rice, kept warm 2-3 grilled chicken breasts, diced and kept warm Roasted beets (above) Balsamic vinaigrette 4 oz good-quality goat cheese, crumbled 2 cup raw or roasted chopped pecans PREPARATION For the Beets: Preheat the broiler. In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients and toss to coat well. Place everything on a rimmed baking sheet lined with aluminum foil and broil until the beets are well browned and the onions are caramelized, 7–8 minutes. Keep a close eye on the cooking, because all broilers are different. Once the beets have browned, carefully cover them with another sheet of foil and continue to broil for 5–7 more minutes, or until they have softened slightly. Remove from the oven and allow them to cool to room temperature. (This step can be done ahead of time.) For the Salad: Start by combining the kale, rice, chicken, and beets in a large salad bowl. Drizzle in the desired amount of vinaigrette, and toss well to coat all of the kale with dressing. Serve with crumbled goat cheese and pecans on top.

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* Recipe courtesy of Epicurious.com

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Addy Mac's Creamery

Spring Creek Woodworking

Bendistillery, Inc.

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Bontà - Natural Artisan Gelato

The Silver Otter

Bucha Buena kombucha

T's Tonics

Esotico Pasta

Tumalo Lavender

Fearless Baking

Wanderlust Soap Company

Foxtail Bakeshop

Wild Rooster Antiques

Fur Friends Doggie Bakery/Pet Sitting Service

Wings of Kara

Holm Made Toffee Co.

NON-PROFITS:

Humm Kombucha

Central Oregon Locavore

Justy's Jelly Merrill Cellars

Central Oregon Master Gardeners Association

MOUNTAIN COFFEE

Deschutes Public Library

Mother's Juice Cafe Navidi Olive Oil & Vinegars Paradise Popsicle Restore Superfoods Rik's Rubs The Sparrow Bakery

Beets Don’t Kale My Vibe Salad

High Desert Food & Farm Alliance

Waldorf School of Bend


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MARKET MUSIC SATURDAYS 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, world-class 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! June 20

June 27

July 4

1000 Fuegos

Student Loan

July 18

July 25

Aug 1

Aug 8

Aug 15

Aug 22

Aug 29

Sept 5

Todd Haaby

Franchot Tone

Baduku & Bahuru Marimba

Thomas T and the Blue Chips

Sam Densmore & Pretty Gritty Tony Smiley

The Banner Days

Will West & Groovy Wallpaper

Sept 12

MoWo and friends (featuring Central Oregon Area Youth) Sept 19 Conscious Hip HopCurtis Salgado Spoken Word

July 11

Tim Snider Trio

Viasol


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Resident Buskers

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.

Central Oregon Locavore Market Center Spotlight

Central Oregon Locavore has created a weekly educational spotlight featuring a market vendor who will present education of their product and awareness in consumption and resourceful living. The Market Spotlight will take place each week between the live music sets (late morning). Often the demonstration will be accomplianied with yummy samples, so you won't want to miss out! Check www.nwxfarmersmarket.com for weekly programming updates.

About Central Oregon Locavore:

Central Oregon Locavore is a local, community-based nonprofit established in 2009, located near downtown Bend, serving both food producers and consumers throughout Central Oregon. Locavore operates a year-round indoor farmer’s marketplace which features freshly harvested produce, organic grass-fed meats, free-range eggs, local honey, locally made value added products such as salsa, sauces, and many environmentally-conscious products for sustainable living. In addition to ​the​marketplace, ​Locavore also​operate​s​a number of programs including Farm Kids!,Willing Workers on Local Farms, Edible Adventure Crew, Small Farmer Support Program,​ and farm-to-table dinners such as ​Meet Your Farmer ​Dinner Series​ and Community Supper quarterly celebrations. These programs serve to connect and educate community members to the loca​​l​​foodscape​​of Central Oregon and provide a platform for support and celebration.​ The High Desert Food and Farm Alliance (HDFFA) is dedicated to supporting a community based food system in Central Oregon. New this year to the market, HDFFA will collect fresh food donations to help augment non-perishable food items in the pantry system. Currently, there is a push by the Oregon Food Bank to increase the number of fresh foods available at regional food banks and to partner pantries by 50% over the next five years. In Central Oregon, HDFFA is partnering with NeighborImpact, to help drive this change. Among their many programs, they operate the food distribution center for over thirty food pantries and shelves in the region. The collection point at the NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market will also serve as a location for backyard gardeners to bring their extra garden vegetables. Please join us in supporting this very worthy endeavor for our community!

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h t 8 t s u g u A KIDS DAY AT THE MARKET

August 8th is Kids Day at the Farmers Market. The day kicks off with the return of the popular NorthWest Crossing Kids Crit, presented by Umpqua Bank at 10am. Participation is free and open to kids 11 and under, but pre-registration is required at the NorthWest Crossing Umpqua Bank store. The course is around the uniquely round Compass Park, located in the heart of NorthWest Crossing. Participants are grouped by age and prizes will be awarded for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishers in each category. Free ice cream from Umpqua Bank provides a very cool and yummy finish! Â After the races, head down the street to the market where (for this special weekend only) a variety of bouncy houses await. And, as usual, the petting zoo and pony rides are available to keep curious kids occupied. Stop by the Information Booth to get a Kids Day Scavenger Hunt form. Complete the hunt and return it to the Info Booth to receive a free prize!


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The NorthWest Crossing

MUNCH & MOVIES FREE MOVIES IN COMPASS PARK FRIDAYS AUGUST 21ST -SEPTEMBER 11TH Compass Park, NorthWest Crossing Drive With the waning of summer and the closing days of the Munch & Music Free Movies 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 emcee 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 a 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.

August 21st

August 28th

Rated PG

Rated PG

Big Hero 6

presented by

Cinderella

September 4th September 12th

Guardians of the Galaxy Rated PG-13

Pitch Perfect 1 Rated PG-13


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WAIT…the fun doesn’t end there!

LIVE ACAPPELA MUSIC FEATURING

THE COATS

MUNCH & MOVIES, SEPTEMBER 11TH Nationally touring artists, The Coats are the Pacific Northwest's premiere a cappella band. They have performed across the country, for the President of the United States, and have shared the stage with dozens of acts as vastly different as Gallagher, The Beach Boys, Jay Leno, Trisha Yearwood, and Eddie Money. Their intensely arranged, yet hilarious, interactive performance blends music and comedy so seamlessly that there is no event, stage, or function of any size that they won't be left stunned and wondering, "how did all of that come out of only four guys?!"


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