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LIFESTYLE LETTER

JULY 2018 PUBLISHER

Jane Rial | jane.rial@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

Cheryl Parton | cheryl.parton@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Donna Burklo, Julie E. Furnas, Cheryl Parton, Sarah Richards

Guide to Summer

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

R. Todd Cary, Steve Giardini, Cheryl Parton, Collin Sell, Itzel Weiwel

IT’S SUMMER! There’s no mistaking it—summer life in Bend is in full swing. Just look around: Our roads are filled with vehicles pulling boats, water toys and campers and they’re loaded with bikes, tents and camping gear. Our rivers and lakes have warmed up enough for lazy afternoon floats and fun on SUPs and kayaks. Hammocks are up, firepits are lit, and the music of outdoor concerts is in the air. To celebrate summer, we’ve put together a guide to colorful summer adventures in this issue. Read how to take your next campfire to a new level with the latest accessories featured in our Lifestyle Hack story. This issue also spotlights Tumalo Bee Academy, a project of Tumalo Garden Market.

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Summer isn’t all for play—July reminds us of our freedom as well. This issue shines a light on Central Oregon Veterans Ranch, a healing place for veterans that is working to restore purpose and spirit for those who’ve experienced combat and

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trauma. Be sure to read this touching story. Finally, catch a sneak peek at one of Bend’s hottest new restaurants, Citizen Bar & Kitchen, inside these pages. And for refreshing cocktails at home, try our Grapefruit Cucumber Fizz recipe.

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Here’s to a fun and adventurous summer! Visit us online at BendLifestylePubs.com and Facebook.com/Bend-Lifestyle, we welcome your feedback. Jane Rial, Publisher Jane.Rial@LifestylePubs.com COVER PHOTOGRAPHY BY COLLIN SELL Jane Rial, Publisher Kayaker, Bend Whitewater Park Jane.Rial@LifestylePubs.com Instagram @csellnebr (Bend, Oregon) ON THE COVER Kayaker, Bend Whitewater Park PHOTOGRAPHY BY COLLIN SELL Instagram @csellnebr (Bend, Oregon) 4

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JULY 2018

FEATURES 14 Central Oregon Veterans Ranch Restoring Purpose and Spirit to Combat Veterans

19 Colors of Summer Your Guide to Experiencing a Bright Season

28 Citizen Bar & Kitchen Where Old Meets New in Downtown Bend

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34 Tumalo Bee Academy Educating Local Beekeepers to Save the Pollinators

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DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

10

Around Town

12

Culinary Creations

14

Giving Back

24 Locals Only 28 Hot Spot 30 Lifestyle Calendar 34 Parting Thoughts


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Gift of Music Fundraiser The Cascade School of Music held their annual Gift of Music Fundraiser April 28 at Awbrey Glen Restaurant. The event included a silent auction of 22 painted violins by local artists. The dinner and auction raised $92,000 plus the School received a $30,000 grant from Oregon Community Foundation. PHOTOGRAPHY BY STEVE GIARDINI

Deschutes River Conservancy's RiverFeast The Deschutes River Conservancy (DRC) held their RiverFeast Dinner and Auction on May 12 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon. The event raised $100,000 to support the DRC's mission to restore streamflow and improve water quality in the Deschutes Basin. PHOTOGRAPHY BY R. TODD CARY

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TEEN MURAL PROJECT CREATES ART FOR BEND The Teen Mural Project, a collaborative program from Basecamp Studio and High Desert Mural Festival, guided 8-12th graders from middle and high schools in Bend and La Pine through the creative process to produce a large-scale mural in Bend. The students attended art workshops to brainstorm, design and implement the project and to learn technical art and mural-making skills. “Not only did our participants have incredible talent and passion for art, but they also worked really hard to communicate with one another to create a collective vison,” says Darlene Becker, executive director and founder of Basecamp Studio. “It was so fun to watch them work

AMERICAN RED CROSS LAUNCHES MISSING TYPES CAMPAIGN As part of an international movement, American Red Cross launched the Missing Types Campaign in June to raise awareness of the need for blood

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CULINARY CREATIONS

t f a r C l i a t k c o &C GRAPEFRUIT CUCUMBER FIZZ

HOW TO

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Add a half cup of cucumber slices and 2 tablespoons of basil ribbons to 1 cup of gin.

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4 ounces cucumber-basil infused gin

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GIVING BACK

Central Oregon Veterans Ranch RESTORING PURPOSE AND SPIRIT TO COMBAT VETERANS ARTICLE CLAUDIA HINZ PHOTOGRAPHY CHERYL PARTON THE CENTRAL OREGON VETERANS RANCH (COVR) BROKE GROUND ON 19 ACRES NORTH OF BEND IN 2015, BUT THE SEEDS OF THIS ONE-OF-A-KIND MODEL OF CARE AND FELLOWSHIP WERE PLANTED LONG BEFORE. For many years, Alison Perry, a licensed professional counselor and founder of COVR, worked with veterans through the United States Department of Veterans Affairs system in Portland and Bend, and despaired over what she identified as a hopeless cycle of treating combat warriors with pills instead of providing compassionate care. She saw veterans self-medicating with alcohol and drugs, retreating from friends and family, and suffering in silence. Perry envisioned a healing place where veterans could work the land, sleep under the stars and be in a community of fellow veterans. This vision is realized in Central Oregon Veterans Ranch, which has served nearly 100 veterans. It is home to two feisty llamas, chickens, a greenhouse, peace garden and the Honor Quarters, a home where veterans can live out their last days in a loving community. Russell Hunston, a Marine combat veteran, describes the “natural healing” he has experienced on the ranch. Remembering the jungles of Vietnam he says, “you lose your soul.” Many veterans feel disconnected from family and friends when they come home, and some feel stigmatized by civilians who don’t understand combat trauma and mistakenly view it as a disorder. The ranch provides a place for veterans to feel supported by peers who understand what they’ve experienced in war. Community is one element of the healing process for veterans; the other significant pieces are service, engaging in meaningful work, discovering purpose, and experiencing the “regenerative energy” of working on the land, says Perry. “There’s a goodness that’s taking place here,” says Bill Cassel, a Vietnam combat veteran. “We’re all gonna be better off at the end of the day.” Russell Hunston, Vietnam veteran

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“THERE’S A GOODNESS THAT’S TAKING PLACE HERE. WE’RE ALL GONNA BE BETTER OFF AT THE END OF THE DAY.”—BILL CASSEL

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The Future of Your Posture Five Tips for Better Posture Now Have you ever looked longingly at someone with good posture and wished you could stand or walk as straight? Poor posture can lead to a variety of chronic pain issues such as back, neck and shoulder pain. Here are five tips from Siiri Berg, PT, OCS of Step & Spine Physical Therapy, that you can start implementing today to improve your posture for life. Tip 1: Avoid shoulder slumping and overcorrection We know that slumping shoulders isn’t good for posture, but overcorrecting the shoulders by pushing them back too far isn’t good either. Doing so creates a curve in the back. Instead, your head, trunk, and pelvis should be in vertical alignment. Run your hand along your spine. Your back should feel straight vertically. If it isn’t, make adjustments to your bottom and shoulder positioning. Tip 2: Use proper head alignment - When working on a computer or laptop it’s common to prop up screens with books or stands. Screen position is important. However, it’s equally important not to place screens too high. The center of your screen should be 10° below the horizon. This means that computer screens should be adjusted to eye level or slightly lower to allow for proper head alignment. Tip 3: Sit properly while working - Most office chairs are not made to support our backs properly. As such, adjustments must be made

to prevent slouching or overcorrecting. When sitting, first place your bottom to the very back of the chair as this will help your neck, back, and pelvis line up properly. Your ribcage should be vertically aligned above your pelvis. If your chair’s backrest doesn’t support your back, place a pillow behind your back for support. Tip 4: Adjust TV placement - Many homes today have televisions installed above the mantle, which is too high. Instead, the ideal place for a TV is just above eye level. Low entertainment centers are great options as they encourage proper television position. Tip 5: Sit properly when relaxing - Many of today’s couches are made with deep cushions that are great for naps but cause slouching when sitting, which can lead to hip pain. Proper couch seating should have 3-4 finger widths between the cushion and the back of the knee when sitting. If your couch doesn’t allow this, add some pillows to support your back.

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COME SUMMERTIME, LIFE IS NONSTOP FOR THOSE LIVING AND TRAVELING IN BEND. Central Oregon’s mountains, cold rivers, and inviting people represent a rainbow of colors in the community—activities and symbols beloved in the region rise like the sun. We’ve prepared a color-coded guide chock-full of outdoor experiences, new ways to imbibe, and how to best relax at home for your sweetest summer yet.

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COLORS OF BEND

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WHITE Get up early and grab a Castro, the  citrus-ginger-mint cold brew with simple syrup, white cream, and twist of orange from Spoken Moto, a café and old mechanic shop where vintage motorcycles are reclaimed and restored. You might just come home with a new summer road trip toy. Head down the road for a full immersion whitewater-kayaking weekend offered by Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe. Students spend time on the Deschutes and McKenzie Rivers with other novice kayakers looking to learn the ways of whitewater. If a road trip and picnic sounds like more your thing, head north to Oregon’s Tygh Valley for a short hike at the lesser-explored White River Falls State Park, where rushing water drops 90 feet from dramatic basalt cliffs and a historic hydroelectric power plant sits at the base of the falls.

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COLORS OF BEND

(CON TI N U ED)

BLUE Grab a basket of mouth-watering Berkey's Organic Blueberries grown along the south Santiam River at the Bend Farmers Market (locations downtown or Eastside). Get there on your summer commuter, a blue J. Livingston cruiser made from recycled steel and assembled by local bike shop Bend Velo, then get down to this year’s Grammy-recognized lineup, including John Mayall and Shemekia Copeland, at the Sisters Rhythm and Brews Festival in early August. Finally, cool off in the clear blue waters of a local Oregon oasis—whether dipping from a float at Bend’s Whitewater Park, splashing down from a SUP on one of the Cascade Lakes or exploring the namesake Blue Pool, (Tamolitch Pool) off the McKenzie River Trail. BendFarmersMarket.com BendVelo.com SistersRhythmAndBrews.com

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three. GREEN You can’t talk about Central Oregon without mentioning the region’s green side—iconic ponderosa-pine woodlands and western juniper forests. Sign up for hikes and volunteer trips with the Deschutes Land Trust, a local land and wildlife conservation nonprofit. Their summer schedule is packed with everything from free mountain biking for women, to salmon- and summer-wildflower walks, plus trail restoration and birding opportunities. Afterwards, drink up and do some good with a pint of the Sustainable Session Series at GoodLife Brewing Company. Good Life will donate a portion of sales to the Deschutes Collaborative Forest Project for their work to protect forest health and resiliency.  DeschutesLandTrust.org GoodLifeBrewing.com

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COLORS OF BEND

(CON TI N U ED)

four.

RED

Whether hiking or biking, you’ll find plenty of red reminders of our volcanic history. Discover one of the best examples by hiking or shuttling up Red Cinder Road to reach the Lava Butte fire lookout within Newberry National Volcanic Monument. Lava Butte Cinder Cone rises to 5,020 feet, where visitors take in panoramic views of the Cascade Range and peer into a deep crater from the quarter-mile loop that surrounds the rim. In Bend, cool down (and fill up) with a Milwaukie Mary at Washington Dining & Cocktails. This part-drink-part-appetizer comes in a 32-ounce Mason jar filled with habañero and fresno chili-infused vodka, house-made Bloody Mary mix, two skewers of shrimp, cheeseburger, bacon, and pickled veggies, plus a half-pint beer on the side. Prefer watching a blazing sunset? Relax in a red Hatteras hammock—tufted and filled with fibers made from recycled, plastic drinking bottles. WashingtonBend.com PatioWorldBend.com

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Create memories around your summer campfire ARTICLE CHERYL PARTON

FOR A DOSE OF NOSTALGIA, THE SMELLS AND SOUNDS FROM A CRACKLING CAMPFIRE EVOKE SUMMERTIME IN AN INSTANT. A fire is often the communal focal point of a campsite, or backyard gathering, where each person has a role—from wood gatherer, fire starter, fire poker, to musician or s’mores chef. As a lifetime camper and a nearly decade-long leader with both Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America, Norah Loch, of Bend, agrees time around the campfire is bonding: “It’s that time of the day when everyone is together and everything is good with the world.” 24

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HOT SPOT

CITIZEN BAR & KITCHEN WHERE OLD MEETS NEW

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GREENWOOD AREA OF DOWNTOWN

a little European flair,” says Costello. After

BEND, CITIZEN BAR & KITCHEN IS

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THE NEW KID ON THE BLOCK. With a

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sleek bar, low lighting and soft vintage

an expert mixologist, loves creating new

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element to the ever-evolving Bend food

and fresh ingredients. Spicy Margaritas,

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rotating seasonal appetizers, entrees and

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new cocktails with old

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As an owner and head chef of his own

a homecoming. Soto spent many cook-

restaurant, Soto spends a lot of time

fresh ingredients. Spicy

ing and teaching years in Washington and

searching out fresh and local ingredients

Margaritas, Raspberry

Central Oregon and Costello has done it

for his dishes. “It’s very important to me

all—from serving to bartending to manag-

to do business with local purveyors and

ing restaurants in various locations. After

serve what they provide us on our guests’

meeting in the same area of downtown,

plates,” says Soto. The other main theme

Perfect Manhattan will be

then starting and successfully running

of Citizen is the idea of tasting and sharing.

featured amongst several

Bowtie Catering together since 2014, the

The staff at Citizen suggests guests order

two had always talked about owning a

small plates so that they can experience

restaurant in a central location. With a

different flavors, textures and ingredients

deep passion for fresh and rich interna-

of their signature dishes.

world-style recipes and

Moscow Mules and a

other delicious drinks.

tional cuisine, they created the menu for

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19-21 CORK AND BARREL Broken Top Club

A three-day event series featuring winemaker dinners and the Sip of Cork & Barrel— food & wine pairings, guest chefs and silent auction. Proceeds benefit KIDS Center of Bend. CorkandBarrel.org

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PARTING THOUGHTS

T UMALO BEE ACADEMY ARTICLE DONNA BURKLO

HUG A BEE You may not love bees. You aren’t alone. The potential

bees. The Bee Academy program can be by drop-in, or

for a sting and the incessant buzzing-all-about are sure

with the commitment to purchasing a hive and the gear

detriments to any relationship that otherwise might bloom.

needed to tend it.

Yet honey bees are essential for the production of

Live in a condo with no yard? Place pots of lavender,

most of the food you eat. According to Cornell University,

salvia, and bee balm in a corner of your patio, balcony or

70 percent of the world’s crops are most effectively pol-

deck. Have a small yard? Instead of planting grass or xeri-

linated by bees.

scaping, plant perennial flowers seeds that attract bees–

Unfortunately, these essential members of our crop

like Coast Seed Bee Pollinator Mix.

growth chain are facing precipitously low numbers as they

And, for those living on a lot 5,000 square feet or larger,

die off—both from parasites that have grown resistant to

the amount required for zoning approval to maintain a

chemical eradication processes, and from direct exposure

beehive, consider becoming a beekeeper. However, the

to pesticides and herbicides.

most effective help is truly the easiest: Simply stop using pesticides and herbicides.

BEE PART OF THE SOLUTION

“The backyard beekeeper may be the one that saves the

Central Oregon residents can help save the bees.

honeybee in the end,” says Harris. And the Tumalo Bee

Stephen Harris, instructor at Tumalo Bee Academy, a

Academy will “bee” standing by, ready to work with you to

project of Tumalo Garden Market, has been a beekeeper

help save the world.

for nearly 50 years and enjoys teaching others to care for

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