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Special Advertising Supplement Published July 12, 2013

Commemorative Silipints 2013 This summer’s Old Mill District commemorative Silipint series feature Beer, Bikes, Dogs and Music. In Bend we stake our claim on delicious craft beers, friendly fuzzy friends, epic single track and great live music. Add to your Silipint collection with our stylish new designs. Silipints made of silicone are unbreakable, insulate hot and cold drinks and can be used again and again. How do I get a free Silipint? Bring $100 in receipts—from any Old Mill District shop, restaurant, gallery or cinema—and a Les Schwab Amphitheater concert ticket from 2013 to qualify. Didn’t make it to a concert? How sad! A cool free Silipint can still be yours by bringing combined receipts (starting May 15, 2013) of $150 or more to the Ticket Mill. Download the Perka App for more sweet prizes. www.perka. com Pint glasses are also available for purchase at the Ticket Mill. Silipints are $10 each or get a set of four for $38. Available starting in mid July.

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Saxon’s Fine Jewelers celebrates their 30th anniversary in 2013. Ron and Annette Henderson and Bruce Plummer teamed up as business partners in 1983 moving to the Old Mill District in 2007. Saxon’s is the Diamond Lounge Sponsor of Alive After5 and will kick-off their anniversary celebration on August 7 at the event. Look for an anniversary sale in August and several events for customers and the community during October. Over the years, Saxon’s has been a sponsor of Clear Summer Nights and Smooth Christmas Jazz concerts as well as actively involved in bringing many more musical acts to Central Oregon. Since opening, Saxon’s has donated almost 1 million dollars to local non-profits. Saxon’s also makes a point to provide support on a global level where they do business including Southeast Asia, Thailand and South Africa. Saxon’s buys directly from manufacturers worldwide and has passed those savings onto their Bend customers for the last thirty years. Cheers to the Saxon’s team! Old Mill Late Summer Guide 2013 | | 3

So many choices, so little time! We invite you to come dine with us! Anthony’s at the Old Mill: A Pacific Northwest favorite, committed to serving the highest quality fresh seafood, from wild king salmon to local oysters and Dungeness crab. Dine on Hawaiian nachos, fish tacos or coconut prawns while enjoying a great view of the Deschutes River and mountain range from one of the two patios. Ben and Jerry’s: What’s your favorite flavor on a hot summer day? Try three new flavors of Greek Frozen Yogurt: Liz Lemon, Pineapple Passion fruit and Vanilla Honey Caramel. Plus brand new Candy Bar Pie ice cream and special batch flavors available for a limited time this summer.

Café Yumm!: serves fresh, delicious food in a distinctive and relaxed environment. Yumm! Bowls™ and dishes including all natural chicken, wild North Pacific salmon, premium turkey, vegetarian, vegan and special diet options. Outdoor dining available. Flatbread Community Oven: Specializes in serving true Neapolitan pizzas with passion, along with several rustic dishes such as freshly baked focaccia sandwiches, lasagnas, salads and delectable desserts accompanied by a fine selection of wine and beer. Live music on Wednesday evenings and outdoor dining. Greg’s Grill: Greg’s offers a variety of dishes with an emphasis on prime and choice-cut steaks, seafood, salads and rotisserie chicken with an extensive wine list and a full bar. Enjoy an expansive view of the Deschutes River from the dining room or outdoor patio. Hola!: Lively and colorful décor highlight the MexicanPeruvian cuisine of Hola! You are sure to enjoy their chicken mole, ceviche, enchiladas and several mouthwatering shrimp dishes. Serving signature margaritas and mojitos. Outdoor dining available.

fastest service. French and whole-wheat bread baked in-house daily and every vegetable, cheese and all-natural meat is freshly sliced at the restaurant. Add the hot peppers!

Kona Mix Plate: Offering grilled meats, seafood and specialty dishes all with the distinct flavors of Hawaii. Try the Shoyu chicken, tempura shrimp, mahi mahi teriyaki, Kalua pork and Ahi poke. Outdoor dining available.

Level 2: Global Food & Lounge: Serving small plate appetizers and entrees, specialty cocktails and a fantastic selection of beer and wine. A great late night option in a hip industrial setting. Outdoor dining on the second floor patio with great view of the mountains.

MIO Sushi: MIO Sushi offers sushi, tempura, teriyaki, noodles and bento boxes for lunch and dinner. MIO Sushi’s extensive menu of traditional and wellcrafted fusion dishes appeals to kids, sushi novices as well as the experienced sushi connoisseur.

Pastini Pastaria: Inspired by the small, neighborhood pastarias found in Italy, Pastini serves numerous pasta combinations along with antipasti, salads and grilled Panini. Look for Chalkboard Specials highlighting pasta dishes using fresh summer produce for a savory meal. Offering a selection of local beers along with Italian and regional wines. Enjoy patio dining with a fabulous view of the Deschutes River.

Red Robin: A fun-filled family atmosphere to enjoy gourmet burgers, chicken wings, bottomless fries, shakes and hot sandwiches. Red Robin serves a selection of beers and cocktails. Patio dining available with a great view of the Deschutes River.

Strictly Organic Coffee Company: Come in for a great

Jimmy John’s: Unlike any other sub shop in the country, Jimmy John’s offers the freshest ingredients and

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cup of coffee or specialty coffee drink that’s Certified Organic and Fair Trade for people who care about the world’s environment, its people, and the coffee they enjoy. Serving chai, hot chocolate and tea, a variety of cold drinks, muffins, bagels and salads to go.

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Altairia International

Naked Winery

Altairia International’s sales and management team offices are located in the Old Mill District. Altairia is a direct selling company offering a unique independent business via a distributor opportunity of NEON Energy Drink. NEON is comprised of all-natural ingredients and 24% juice. Altairia is committed to making products with natural, healthy ingredients, starting with NEON Energy Drink.

Naked Winery, a Hood River based winery brings its exotic brands and provocative labels to Bend. Naked Winery sources their fruit from select vineyards in Oregon and Washington—from Apple Gate and Columbia Valley regions to Willamette and Illinois Valleys—Naked Winery produces subtle and complex wines. Naked Winery’s Outdoor Vino is packaged in lightweight plastic BPA-free recyclable bottles with screw tops—great for a hike, picnic or any outdoor adventure.

Confluence Fly Shop Confluence Fly Shop is well stocked with flies, rods and tackle for a great day of fly fishing in Central Oregon. Fly fishing schools, instructional clinics and private casting lessons on the banks of the Deschutes River. Confluence has partnered with Deep Canyon Outfitters offering top-notch fishing and hunting adventures. www.

Simply Mac Simply Mac operates premier Apple Specialist retail locations with all the same products, prices, warranties and employee expertise. Simply Mac provides a quality Apple experience and helps customers find exactly what you need, offers one-on-one training through their Simply Answers program, tackles any Apple problem and assists with software set-up. Opening September 2013.

Millsite Landscape Garden Tip As warm summer days have produced abundant growth, it’s time to tidy up your annual flowers and shrubs. To get another flush of color from your bedding plants including snapdragons, geraniums, calendula and salvia, remove spent flowers and developing seed pods. For shrubs that are blocking a widow view or impeding on a sidewalk give them a light prune. Remember to use naturalistic pruning techniques in order to maintain the plants natural form. Happy Gardening!

Old Mill District’s new Customer Loyalty Rewards Program: Perka. The Old Mill District has teamed up with Perka, a mobile rewards program provider. Think of it as a digital punch card, for each qualifying purchase, you get closer to earning your perks. Make more visits, become a VIP and earn your perks faster! Perka is simple to use and works with all mobile devices, including Apple and Android. Download the free Perka app today, ( and the next time you spend money at any of the Old Mill District shops, restaurants, movies and art galleries earn points towards free Silipints, Brewfest growlets and much more! Bring your receipts the Ticket Mill (located next to Anthony’s) to add points to your Perka account.

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Old Mill Fly Casting Course The first permanent fly casting course of its kind located in North America. Designed for practicing essential casting skills and each station of the 12-hole course has unique challenges for beginners, intermediate or expert casters that range from right and left handed roll casts, distance targets and accuracy challenges. Free and open to the public, open daily from dawn to dusk. The Casting Course Guide brochure is available at the Ticket Mill and includes a course map, casting tips and a score card. The Old Mill Casting Course Community Partners are the Bend Casting Club, Central Oregon Fly Fishers, Deschutes River Conservancy, Oregon Council of Internal Federation of Fly Fishers, Upper Deschutes Watershed Council, Bend Parks & Recreation District, Trust for Public Land, Deschutes Land Trust, and Trout Unlimited.

Sand Volleyball Courts Play volleyball this summer in the Old Mill District. Volleyball players of all levels are invited to join tournaments and events going on throughout the summer at the sand volleyball courts. Spectators are encouraged to come down and watch tournaments and organized games from the viewing deck, picnic tables and sand box for the kiddos. The sand volleyball courts are located just across the footbridge near the Les Schwab Amphitheater. Head down with a group of friends and start up your own game whenever a tournament or organized play is not on the schedule. Rent volleyballs at the Ticket Mill across the footbridge. For more information on the sand courts and the schedules, please visit or email Old Mill Late Summer Guide 2013 | | 7

The Roundabout Art Route is a great way to explore Bend and discover our public art collection. Pick up a map at Visit Bend (located downtown at 750 Lava Road) and make your way to a minimum of 10 roundabout sculptures. Answer the trivia questions and return to Visit Bend for a fabulous prize. Art in Public Places, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing art to the community, and with the generous support of the Bend Foundation has added new works of art every few years over the past thirty years. Find your favorite roundabout art this summer on a bike ride or self guided tour. Organized tours are available at Visit www. to learn more and see the entire public art collection in Bend.

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Art in Public Places recently installed two new sculptures in Bend. John Fleming’s High Desert Spiral at Mt. Washington & Simpson and Devin Field’s Milky Way at Mt. Washington & Shevlin Park roundabout. Be sure to drive by Milky Way at night!

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Art in the High Desert Art in the High Desert—over 100 nationally acclaimed visual artists—in the Old Mill District August 23-25. Celebrating their sixth year and recently recognized as one of the top 15 shows in the county, this is a fine art show not to be missed. Come mingle with fellow art lovers among booths of original arts and crafts. Get to know the artists showcasing mixed media, photography, jewelry, sculpture, ceramics, glass, printmaking, wood, fiber art, drawing and more. Art in the High Desert runs August 23-25, FridaySaturday from 10-6pm and Sunday from 10-4pm. Admission is free. Preview the presenting artists this year at and be sure to look for ways to win Art Bucks (both online and at the festival).

Quilts in the Old Mill District Twenty-two shops and restaurants in the Old Mill District will showcase quilts made by talented Central Oregon quilters. A self guided walking tour of quilts on display July 5-21. Quilt Walk brochures available at the Ticket Mill and participating businesses in the Old Mill District. Around the Block Quilt Walk includes over 100 quilts on display in Sisters and Black Butte Ranch during the entire month of July. The Old Mill District proudly displays quilts as an extension of the Around the Block Quilt Walk showcasing quilts in Bend. For more information about Around the Block Quilt Walk and Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show visit www. The world famous Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show in Sisters, Oregon on Saturday, July 13. • 541.389.6655

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Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe offers numerous kayak, canoe and standup paddleboard lessons and tours as well as rents boats and tubes to float the Deschutes River. Classes include Basic Skills Classes, The Rapid Progression Whitewater, Paddleboard Yoga Flow Class, Ladies SUP Nights and Roll Sessions in Tumalo’s private pool. Visit www. for a class schedule and more information.

money for the Bend Paddle Trail Alliance (BPTA), a local organization who has been working for nearly a decade to transform the Colorado Dam into a whitewater playpark. This past fall, Bend Park & Recreation District Bond Measure was passed by the residents of Bend. The Bond will fund most of the reconstruction of the dam into a safe passage for tubers and floaters. The BPTA must now raise $900,000 to build the whitewater features that will complete the park. Support the safe passage and enjoy live music this summer at Pickin’ & Paddlin’!

Tumalo hosts Sunday River Trips and First Street Thursdays as Kayakers love Bend’s First Street rapids. Kids Paddling Programs include SUP Camps, Yak-ATak Camp, Flatwater Kayak Camp and Paddlesports Adventure Camp over the summer.

Enjoy Pickin’ & Paddlin’ live music (Polecat on July 31, Wayward Vessel on August 28 and The Giraffe Dodgers on September 27) and boat demos on the back lawn behind the store. Boat demos 4-7pm and music starts at 7pm. Admission is $5 (children 12 and under free). Pickin’ & Paddlin’ raises

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The Regal Summer Movie Express is a great way to enjoy a morning movie with other families. Find time this summer for $1 movies on Tuesday and Wednesdays mornings at 10am at Regal Cinemas in the Old Mill District. Pick a hot day, pack up the kids and watch a kid’s matinee movie while relaxing in the air conditioned theater with a large tub of popcorn.

July 16 & 77 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (PG) Big Miracle (PG)

July 30 & 31 Racing Stripes (PG) Happy Feet Two (PG)

July 23 & 24 Yogi Bear (PG) Journey 2 (PG)

August 6 & 7 African Cats (G) Chimpanzee (G)

Deschutes Library

Art Station Art Station’s weekly summer day camps for kids continue through late August. Classes for teens and adults include fused glass, up-cycled art, ceramic sculpture, watercolor painting, and much more. Fall class schedule available August 9 and classes start September 16. Art Central’s Black & White Gala is Sunday, September 29. Enjoy an afternoon of gourmet fare, fine wine and a live and silent auction.


BendFilm is celebrating their 10th annual event with over 80 films running October 10-13. A celebration of independent film at numerous locations in Bend including Regal Cinemas, Tower Theatre, McMenamin’s Old St. Francis, Oxford Hotel, Cascade Theater Company and Tin Pan Theater.

Bend Science Station

The Deschutes Public Library offers children’s story times (Baby Steps, Toddlin’ Tales and Preschool Parade) at the Downtown Bend and East Bend Libraries throughout the year. Visit www. for a full list of story times.

The Nature of Words The Nature of Words (NOW) annual literary festival runs November 7-10 and includes author readings, book signings, lectures and creative writing workshops. Featured authors are fiction writer Jim Lynch, creative nonfiction writer James Prosek, slam poet and young adult fiction writer Karen Finneyfrock and former Oregon Poet Laureate Lawson Inada. Attendees will have the chance to hear Poet Emily Carr, Director of the new Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing Program at OSU-Cascades Campus. The event also celebrates and showcases the work from participants of NOW’s year-round creative writing programs. The Nature of Words offers free hour-long creative writing classes on Mondays and Thursdays at 3:30pm for middle and high school students at its downtown literary arts center.

Check out the Bend Science Station for super fun science camps and after school classes. In addition to our fully equipped laboratories on Awbey Butte, you’ll find us doing cool science everywhere from the Deschutes River to the Oregon Coast this summer. Starting in September explore black holes and learn how to relax on a bed of nails in our after school classes designed for elementary and middle school

Caldera Arts

Caldera supports the success of under-served youth through year-round, innovative arts and nature mentoring. Caldera also conducts an Artist in Residence program that nurtures new creative work, supports our youth program and offers Open Studio showcases. Caldera Arts will host a creative fundraising event on September 21.

Cascade Center of Photography

Cascade Center of Photography offers numerous photography classes for youth and adults. Join professional photographers and explore downtown, our historic district, parks and rivers of Bend on Mondays at 10am at Visit Bend for a two hour class.

Cascade School of Music

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Stop into each gallery in the Old Mill District during First Friday Art Walk on the First Friday of each month from 5-9pm.

Atelier 6000 Atelier 6000 is a print making studio offering classes, workshops, artist residencies and bi-monthly exhibitions. Atelier 6000 presents Icons of the Pacific Northwest where artists of regional print houses and book arts studios express their interpretation of icons

of the Pacific Northwest. The exhibition explores the natural beauty, culture, wildlife and spirit of our region. The exhibition runs August 2 -September 30.

Tumalo Art Co. Nancy Becker’s—hand-blown glass—and Susan Luckey Higdon’s paintings of haiku landscape on view in August. Ingrid Lustig— mixed media— and Kathy Deggendorfer’s watercolors on view in September.

Ingrid Lustig

Kathy Deggendorfer

Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery The Lubbesmeyer twins bring the essence of their travels and surroundings—landscapes and architecture from Oregon to Italy—to each collaboration in fiber and paint.

DeWilde Art Glass Local stained glass craftsman Rich DeWilde has made a career of handcrafting fabulous entry ways and stunning conversation pieces in homes throughout Central Oregon. Rich is currently working on the stained glass windows for a local church after recent fire damage. Stop by the little red shed in the Old Mill District to see examples of his custom work for showcase homes, windows, doors and individual hanging works of art.

Summer Heat by Lori and Lisa Lubbesmeyer The Lubbesmeyer’s blend their abstract and realistic styles— in painting and printmaking— into award winning, internationally collected fiber art and paintings and invite you on an insider’s tour to learn about the compelling process from their working studio.

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Cherry Blossoms by Lori and Lisa Lubbesmeyer

I Am Oregon

Art in the Governor’s Office

Pat Clark of Atelier 6000 was named one of eleven regional representatives for “I Am Oregon” an award that recognizes citizen problem-solvers across the state. Pat was nominated for her dedication to cultivating the arts community in Central Oregon. Moving to Bend in 2005, she founded Atelier 6000, where students learn directly from master artist teachers.

Pat Clark will exhibit her work at the Governor’s office September 26 - December 5. A program of the Oregon Arts Commission, Art in the Governor’s Office Program, has featured exhibitions of professional Oregon artists in the Governor’s historic ceremonial office in Salem since 1975. Considered a lifetime honor, a limited number of artists receive an invitation to present their works of art in this special exhibition. Atelier 6000 bridges the 21st century and electronic arts underscoring the concepts of printmaking and book arts. A6 provides access to the time honored technology of printmaking and book arts, a 15th century process using handmade type and creating hand pulled prints and hand crafted books. “I Am Oregon” was launched by Meyer Memorial Trust to kick off Oregon Unlimited a platform that enables Oregonians to share ideas and forge connections— designed to make it easy to discover people and projects by region.

Pat is a nationally respected artist, Master Printmaker and teacher. Her artwork creatively expresses visions or secrets hidden in desert, sea, forest, rock strata, space and time, and patterns of the universe’s galaxies. Intermixing the appreciation of nature and landscape to create her artwork, Pat’s exhibition, Surface Elements (working title) transforms the powerful and often chaotic forces of nature into an ordered, functional design – which she calls “mapping”. www. 541.389.6655 Old Mill Late Summer Guide 2013 | | 13

Farmer’s Markets in Bend

Bend Farmer’s Market

Located downtown next to Drake Park. Stroll down Brooks Alley to find peppers, heirloom tomatoes, Oregon berries, fresh bread, cheeses and much more. Visit the market on Wednesdays (through October 10) from 3-7pm.

Brookswood Plaza Farmer’s Market

Offers fruits and vegetables from local farms in partnership with Central Oregon Locavore. Celebrating their second season, the market includes live music and artisans. Visit the market on Tuesdays (through August 27) from 3-7pm. Plus an end of season market on Sunday, September 15. Located at Brookswood & Amber Meadow Drive.

NorthWest Crossing Farmer’s Market

Offers everything from artisan cheese and eggs, fresh fruit and berries, herbs, meat and organic skincare products. A fun outdoor market complete with live music, artists and a variety of vendors. NWX market on Saturdays (through September 21) from 10am – 2pm. Located on NW Crossing Drive.

Backyard Farmer’s Market

On Saturdays (through October 26) at Celebrate the Season which has opened its garden center to outside vendors specializing in local items including produce, vegetable starts, herbs and more. Located at 61515 American Lane.

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Elevation, the Cascade Culinary Institute’s student operated restaurant serves sustainable cuisine with a farm-to-table emphasis. Open for lunch and dinner, Wednesday-Friday through August 23. Jungers Culinary Center includes Elevation and state-of-art teaching kitchen and classrooms. Reservations at COCC will remodel Grandview Hall converting the building into three new classrooms and space for

OSU-Cascades Oregon State University-Cascades’ inaugural freshman class is expected to matriculate in fall 2015. The Oregon State Board of Higher Education endorsed OSU- Cascades’ expansion into a four-year university last summer. Officials anticipate an enrollment of 3,000-5,000 students. The Oregon Legislature is reviewing OSU-Cascades’ capital budget request of $16M—for the acquisition or renovation of facilities—in general fund and lottery bonds. The capital request was included in the Oregon University System’s final budget to the State Legislature. OSU-Cascades is working towards a $4M philanthropic goal and may also seek other bonds or sources of funds for an estimated $24M total project cost.

the math department’s teachers and staff. Construction is planned for summer 2013 and the building will reopen in the fall. COCC’s flurry of new construction activity over the last few years includes the Campus Center and the Science & Health Center buildings. COCC plans a 326-bed residence hall west of the athletic field budgeted at 22 million. COCC hopes to start construction on the new student housing in early 2014 and complete the project by fall 2015. COCC also plans new construction on the Redmond campus. The Redmond Technology Center scheduled for completion by summer 2014.

In support of the $4M philanthropic goal, the Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) recently awarded a $250,000 challenge grant, which will match up to $250,000 in philanthropic commitments designated for OSU-Cascades by December 31, 2013. Furthermore, If OSU-Cascades raises a total of $500,000 by the end of year, the campus will be eligible for an additional $250,000 grant from OCF in 2014, bringing OCF’s potential support to a total of $500,000. Donors to the OSU-Cascades expansion plan are part of The Campaign for OSU and are among the nearly 100,000 donors who have provided more than $925 million towards the campaign’s $1 billion goal. Becky Johnson, OSU-Cascades’ Vice President, reports that since May 2012, more than 75 supporters have contributed over $3.5M to the campus’s facility expansion effort. Learn more at .

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Ponderosa Park Improvements & New Skatepark Ponderosa Park is currently under major renovation. Park upgrades include trail improvements, picnic shelter, restrooms, playground, more parking, improved dog offleash area access and a new skatepark. Aiming to connect kids to nature, the playground features a tree fortress, tree swing and playhouse. The Park will serve as a trailhead for the Coyner Trail which connects Ponderosa Park to Bear Creek Elementary, Bend High School and Juniper Swim and Fitness Center. Completion is expected late summer.

New Ponderosa Skatepark A partnership with Bend’s skatepark community, PUSH (Pursuing Urban Skate Habitat) is the energy and much of the community funding behind a new skatepark being constructed at Ponderosa Park. Planning and design is underway with Spohn Ranch a skatepark design/build company from Los Angeles. The new skatepark is expected to open this fall.

Reflecting on Mirror Pond The Mirror Pond Management Committee enters the second phase of public input with various scenarios presented to the community through July 12. Illustrations depicting the visual impact of four different actions to remedy the pond’s current silt build-up were created by river and landscape experts. Estimated costs, regulatory processes and other impacts are included. The MPM Board will provide a report based on the public input to the City Council and Bend Park and Recreation District boards. For information on any of these projects as well as others, go to

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SHARC The kids will absolutely love SHARC—two water slides and a lazy river— plus a tot splash and play area, indoor/outdoor pools and a cafe. SHARC includes—a fabulous year round tubing hill—you truly don’t want to miss. An amphitheater, basket ball courts and a park for jumping and climbing after a day at the pool are just outside. Since opening last May 2012, SHARC has welcomed more than 300,000 visitors. SHARC open daily, located on Overlook Road just off Circle 2 - less than one mile from Sunriver Resort. Visit for more information and prices.

The Oregon Observatory & Sunriver Nature Center Do the kids love stars, constellations, rockets and more? Sunriver’s location makes it perfect for year round star gazing. The Oregon Observatory— home to the largest astronomical viewing public facility—in the United States and located in Central Oregon! Check out the Night Sky Viewing, Tuesday- Sunday, from June 15 through Labor Day weekend. By day enroll the kids in rocket classes, meteorite exhibition and see the sun through a telescope! Open daily from 11am-2pm. www.oregonobservatory. org What’s next door? The Sunriver Nature Center—hands-on exhibits about mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds—plus interpretive exhibits, a botanical garden and nature trail. The kids will love it! Open in the summer from 9am-5pm daily.

Solar Viewing in the Old Mill District See the sun through a telescope! The Oregon Observatory will offer Solar Viewing in the Old Mill District on Tuesdays in July and August (12 noon2pm), in the plaza next to Strictly Organic Coffee Co.

Look up, look down, look all around.

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Be the Dinosaur: Life in the Cretaceous The exhibition combines interactive video simulations with tradition exhibits and fossil specimens including a T-Rex skull, allosaurus and mosasaur fossils. Be the Dinosaurs also includes fossils of plants, amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds. On view through September 15.

Ranching in Oregon: Contemporary Issues The exhibition explores ranching practices and how ranchers are looking for innovative ways for cattle, people and land to function together in economically and environmentally sounds ways. Topics include wildfires, water laws, invasive species, wildlife, public land agencies and more. One view through December.

Live animal programs—badger, porcupine, otters and reptiles—meet them all up close. Raptors of the Desert Sky—hawks, owls and other raptors—soar overhead. Living History Step back into 1904 and join the Miller Family tending the garden and working the saw mill.

Balloons Over Bend and Children’s Festival Balloons Over Bend will be Friday-Sunday, July 19-21, at Riverbend Park. Enjoy the picturesque balloon launches on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday mornings, and watch as balloons take flight at sunrise. Night Glow is on Friday evening and see colorful hot air balloons glow brightly against the night sky. The Children’s Festival has over 60 kid’s activities including crafts, face painting, bouncy houses and numerous game booths. The festival is free and activities range in price with a portion of proceeds benefiting Saving Grace. Event runs 10am-5pm on Saturday and 10am-2pm on Sunday. Gear up for the Urban Scramble Bend’s Wackiest Footrace on Saturday and get the kids registered for Balloon Blast kids run on Sunday. 18 | Old Mill District Late Summer Guide 2013 |

The Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo runs July 31-August 4, in Redmond. The Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo offers lots of great family-friendly entertainment including 4-H farm animals, the rodeo, the Family-Fun Zone, a petting zoo, pony rides and carnival rides. Stroll through the barns and see the goats, pigs and bunnies and many more animals raised by local kids. Fair Concerts includes Cheap Trick on Wednesday, July 31, Kip Moore on Thursday, August 1, Aaron Tippin on Friday, August 2 and Kansas on Saturday, August 3. Concert tickets are free and available at all Central Oregon McDonalds restaurants.

Alive After 5 Enjoy free music series along the banks of the Deschutes River this summer in the Old Mill District. The 3rd season of Alive After 5 kicks off on July 17 and runs through August 7 on Wednesdays from 5-8pm.

July 17: Hit Explosion July 24: LeRoy Bell and His Only Friends July 31: Junior Toots August 7: High Street Band Enjoy brews from Worthy Brewing, fine wines, spirits and outstanding food at the north end of Powerhouse Drive on the Hot Pond Loop next to Pastini Pastaria. Saxon’s Fine Jeweler’s is the Diamond Lounge Sponsor.

Backstage @ LSA RiseUp International presents a behind the stage concert at the Les Schwab Amphitheater this summer.

July 13—Reggae By The River Featuring Indubious and Mad Caddies Indubious offers up a mix of reggae, dance hall and new roots reggae, visionary lyrical messages, 2 and 3 part harmonies, and electro funk fusion jams. This genre-bending reggae power trio comes pumping a positive message and wielding impressive instrumental skill. The Mad Caddies are a ska punk band with a broad range of influences including reggae, jazz and Latin music. Gates open at 6pm with music from 6:30-10pm. Tickets at Ticket Mill and at the door ($8.50 in advance/$10 door) with ¢75 to PUSH (Pursuing Urban Skate Habitat).

Deschutes Collaborative Forest Project Deschutes Collaborative Forest Project is a forest thinning effort spanning 144,000 acres from north of Sisters to Sunriver. The project is a critical step to protecting our forests for the long term and is part of a restorative plan implemented by the Deschutes National Forest. The project is federally funded and has been divided into nine smaller projects spanning the next ten years. Work is schedule to begin west of Bend in September, approximately 26,000 acres, and will include thinning out small tress, brush and undergrowth over the next three years. The forest thinning and prescribed burns will reduce the risk of large-scale forest fires and help ensure our prized recreation areas. The DCFP is a community collaborative group and pulls together representatives from diverse interest groups (environmental concerns, recreation & tourism, wildfire prevention groups, researchers, private landowners, Warm Springs Tribe and government agencies at all levels) to try and build mutual understanding and forge new agreements that will sustain our forest into the future.

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5-21st ............... Sisters Quilts on display at 22 locations—Old Mill District 12-14th............. Bend Summer Festival –Downtown 12th .................. Pink Martini Concert @LSA 13th .................. Backstage at LSA — Reggae on the River 13th .................. Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show 13th .................. Tour des Chutes 13-14th............. Deschutes Dash Weekend Sports Festival— Riverbend Park & Old Mill District 14th .................. St. Charles Free Summer Sunday Concert – Tumbleweed Wanderers @LSA 16-21st ............. Cascade Cycling Classic 17th .................. Alive After 5—Hot Pond Loop—Old Mill District 17-21st ............. Oregon High Desert (Equestrian) Classics I 18th .................. Munch & Music- Drake Park 19-21st ............. Balloons Over Bend & Children’s Festival— Riverbend Park 21st .................. St. Charles Free Summer Sunday Concert – Sassparilla @LSA 23rd .................. Twilight Tunes — Compass Park in NWX 20 | Old Mill District Late Summer Guide 2013 |

24th .................. Alive After 5 — Hot Pond Loop — Old Mill District 24-28th............. Oregon High Desert (Equestrian) Classics II 25th .................. Munch & Music — Drake Park 28th .................. St. Charles Free Summer Sunday Concert — Tony Smiley @LSA 30th .................. Twilight Tunes — Compass Park in NWX 31st .................. Alive After 5—Hot Pond Loop — Old Mill District 31st .................. Pickin’ and Paddlin’ Series — Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe 31st-Aug. 4th ..Deschutes County Fair—Redmond


1st .................... Munch & Music –Drake Park 2nd ................... First Friday Art Walk 2-4th................. Classic Car Show—Drake Park 2-4th................. Cascade Gran Fondo 3rd .................... Cascade Lakes Relay — Riverbend Park & Old Mill District 4th .................... St. Charles Free Summer Sunday Concert – Cedric Watson & Bijou Creole @LSA 4-21st ............... Sunriver Music Festival 6th .................... Twilight Tunes—Compass Park in NWX

7th .................... Alive After 5—Hot Pond Loop—Old Mill District 11th .................. Michael Franti & Spearhead Concert @LSA 15th .................. Munch & Music – Drake Park 15-17th............. Bend Brewfest @LSA 16th .................. Munch and Movies—Compass Park in NWX 21-26th............. Pacific Amateur Golf Classic –Sunriver 23rd .................. Munch and Movies—Compass Park in NWX 23-24th............. Shakespeare in the Park—Drake Park 23-25th............. Art in the High Desert—Old Mill District 24th .................. Les Claypool Concert—Century Center 25th .................. Peak Summer Nights—Joshua Radin & Gregory Alan Isakov 28th .................. Pickin’ & Paddlin’ Series—Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe 30th .................. Munch and Movies—Compass Park in NWX 30-31st ............. Little Woody Barrel Aged Brew Festival 31st .................. MGMT Concert @LSA


6th .................... Munch & Movies—Compass Park in NWX 6-8th................. Sisters Folk Festival 8th .................... Los Lobos & Los Lonley Boys Concert @LSA 20-21st ............. Oktoberfest—Downtown 21st .................. Leadman Triathlon 21st .................. Day of Play – Riverbend Park 27th .................. Pickin’ & Paddlin’ Series—Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe 27-29th............. Bend Roots Revival


4th .................... First Friday Art Walk 4th .................... Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers, featuring Edie Brickell @LSA 5-6th................. Fall Festival – Downtown 10-13th............. Bend Film Festival 25-27th............. Halloween Cyclocross Festival--Old Mill District 31st .................. Halloween Party—Old Mill District

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Come see some of the biggest names in entertainment on the banks of the Deschutes River in the heart of Bend. Gates for all shows open at 5pm

Pink Martini

Michael Franti & Spearhead

Friday, July 12 • 6:30pm

Sunday, August 11 • 6:30pm

$35-$65 plus service fees

$36 (includes $1 to Bend-La Pine Schools) plus service fees

Pink Martini is a musical group formed by pianist Thomas Lauderdale. Describing itself as a “little orchestra,” featuring 10-12 musicians, Pink Martini performs its multilingual repertoire on concert stages and with symphony orchestras worldwide. Singer Storm Large, who has performed with Pink Martini since 2011, will appear with the band at their Bend show.

Michael Franti & Spearhead returns to Bend—bringing their blend of hip hop, funk, reggae and rock—get ready to dance to the beat with each and every song. Bend is ready for the band’s All People Tour 2013!

Pink Martini’s influences are far-reaching, ranging from Cole Porter and Duke Ellington to Edith Piaf and a variety of world music has affected them, including Afro-Cuban salsa, Argentinian tango, Brazilian samba and bossa nova, Italian folk, Middle Eastern and Asian music.

Michael Franti on releasing a new album, “I’ve never been more excited about a new record before!!! Our new single I’m Alive (Life Sounds Like)—a song about being weird with the person you love, being your own true self—and savoring every last delicious drop of life.”

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Los Lobos & Los Lonely Boys Sunday, September 8 6:00pm

$34 - $59 plus service fees Los Lobos are a multiple Grammy Award–winning American Chicano rock band from East Los Angeles, California. Their music is influenced by rock and roll, Tex-Mex, country, folk, R&B, blues, brown-eyed soul, and traditional Spanish and Mexican music such as cumbia, boleros and norteños.


Saturday, August 31 • 6:30pm $35 plus service fees

MGMT plays a distinct blend of electronic rock and psychedelic pop offering up a collection of seventies psychedelic sensibility and eighties new wave cool. MGMT first formed in 2002, during Ben Goldwasser and Andrew Van Wyngarden’s freshman year at college. Kids, Time to Pretend and Electric Feel from their effortlessly melodic first album Oracular Spectacular lead to MGMT Grammy nominations in 2010 for Best New Artist and Best Pop Performance by a Duo. During the band’s 2013 tour dates MGMT has played new songs Alien Days, Something To Do With Prince, Mystery Disease and Your Life Is A Lie which may be part of a self titled new album in the works.

Get ready to dance to Don’t Worry Baby, The Road to Gila Bend and Will the Wolf Survive?, Maricela and wait for it La Bamba plus many more great songs. Get your salsa dancing shoes on! Los Lonely Boys is an American Chicano rock power trio from San Angelo, Texas. They play a style of music they call “Texican Rock n’ Roll,” combining elements of rock and roll, Texas blues, brown eyed soul, country and Tejano. Their hits include Heaven, More Than Love, Diamonds, Senorita and more. Henry, Jojo and Ringo Garza we are ready to dance to your tunes.

Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers, featuring Edie Brickell Friday, October 4 • 6:00pm $44 –$85 plus service fees Steve Martin and singer-songwriter Edie Brickell are touring together after collaborating together on Love Has Come for You an album that combines Martin’s banjo work with Brickell’s lyrics and vocals include When You Get to Asheville, Love Has Come For You, and Yes She Did. Steve’s banjo work is pure and straightforward, and many of his melodies are incredibly catchy and Edie’s lyrics are a comfortable blend of old time stories and modern sensibilities. Martin deftly plucked out notes on banjo while Brickell sings in her airy voice, backed by mournful swells of strings from the Steep Canyon Rangers an American bluegrass band from North Carolina. In 2013 their album Nobody Knows You won a Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album.

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Les Schwab Amphitheater

Two years ago the Les Schwab Amphitheater changed to Ticketfly—reducing fees and tapping into Ticketfly’s social networking tools.

Did you know? The first 300 General Admission tickets purchased with cash at the Ticket Mill have a flat $3 service fee per ticket. We changed to Ticketfly in 2011 to ensure our guests get the lowest service charges and the best customer service. By making this change, we lowered service charges by 40%. Ticketfly offers great customer service, refunds on any cancelled shows and tickets are delivered with options— print-at-home, mail, will call and mobile tickets. That’s right, new for summer 2013 mobile tickets can be used at the gate. We hope you enjoy the show. Our goal is to make it the best experience possible. Visit www.bendconcerts. com or to purchase tickets to all the Bend Summer Concerts happening at the Les Schwab Amphitheater this summer.

Where can I buy Tickets? Tickets to all concerts at the Les Schwab Amphitheater are available online through, at the Ticket Mill in the Old Mill District – open Monday-Saturday 10-6pm and Sunday 11-5pm. Tickets available at the Box Office, outside the venue, on the day of the show. For more information call 541-322-9383 (recorded information line), or 541-318-5457 the Ticket Mill. What is the difference between GA and Reserved Seating? Most concerts at the Les Schwab Amphitheater are General Admission only which means you can bring a blanket or low-profile chair and sit any place inside the venue. Some of our shows have an additional Reserved Seating section with regular-height chairs, located at the front of the venue.

Interested in a VIP tent? VIP tents at the Les Schwab Amphitheater offers a private party setting for clients and friends and includes concert tickets, tasty food and beverages and a designated bartender. VIP parking passes, private facilities, security, VIP check-in and a rockin’ good time. Tents can accommodate 50-250 guests. For more information on VIP tents please call 541-312-0131 or email us at

Accessibility The Accessible entry gate located on Shevlin-Hixon closest to the stage. All shows at LSA have accessible seating available. New this year, we’ve created a specific ticket for the ADA section. Please request an ADA ticket online or in person when buying your tickets. No restriction to the number of people in your party. For our concerts with Reserved Seating, a limited number of accessible seats available for purchase in the reserved area.

What can I bring with me? Please feel free to bring empty or sealed water bottles, binoculars, low profile chairs, small compact umbrellas (ponchos are preferred), small personal cameras (unless prohibited by show). Check www. for details on each show. We do not allow outside food or beverages inside the venue, but we do have delicious food and drink available on site.

Children Kids 2 years old and younger do not need a ticket to see one of the Bend Summer Concerts. Baby formula can be brought into the concert; however, strollers are not allowed in the venue.

Dogs Only service dogs are allowed into the ticketed shows. If you’d like to see a show with your puppy, check out our St. Charles Free Summer Sunday Concerts. Parking Look for Event Parking signs throughout the Old Mill District. Parking is available in the Old Mill District and the parking lot on the corner of Simpson & Colorado. Bike parking is available next to the venue on Shevlin-Hixon Drive. ADA accessible parking is available in the paved lot next to the Art Station on ShevlinHixon Drive. Accessible drop off is available at the gate on Shelvin-Hixon Drive closest to the stage.

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10th Annual Bend Brewfest Brewfest celebrates beer! This year’s event offers more than 140+ distinct craft beers for public tasting from 61 breweries. The 10th annual Bend Brewfest focuses on tasting and enjoying fine craft beers as well as great food. Bend Brewfest runs Thursday-Sunday, August 15-17 at the Les Schwab Amphitheater. First time breweries for 2013 include local Rat Hole Brewing, Smith Rock Brewing and Worthy Brewing Co as well as Rogue Brewing, Oskar Blues Brewery, Logsdon Farmhouse Ales, Base Camp Brewing and Rusty Truck Brewing Co. and many more. The Brewtality Tent gets better every year, this year it will be hosted by The Brew Shop scheduling a great line-up of guest speakers. Sierra Nevada is brewing a special beer and will debut the tasty beverage at our Brewfest! The X-Tap features specialty, very low production beers from a variety of brewers. Be sure to check out the X-Tap schedule daily! Here’s a sample of what’s pouring on the X-Tap this summer: Army of Darkness from Hopworks Urban Brewery, Aged Hairy Eyeball from Lagunitas Brewing Company, Tres Peppers from Phat Matt’s Brewing Company, Butchertown Black

Ale from Speakeasy Ales & Lagers, Wild Turkey Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout from Anderson Valley Brewing Co. and Oddland Green Cardamom Pear Pale Ale from Elysian Brewing Company. Cider and gluten free fans rejoice on the cider options at this year’s Brewfest: 2 Towns Ciderhouse Nectar Creek Honeywine, Red Tank Cider, Wandering Aengus Cider and Woodchuck Cider. Wine by Naked Winery and locally made mead by Nectar of the Gods Meadery. Admission is free and children are welcome until 7pm each night. For beer tasting, you’ll need to make a one-time purchase of a 2013 Brewfest tasting package for $12. Tokens are required for each beer tasting (sold in packs of five for $5) good for all three days. Bend Brewfest runs Thursday & Friday from 3 - 11pm and Saturday 12 noon-11pm. A variety of food carts from outstanding local vendors. Cash required for food, mugs and tokens with an ATM on site. Visit for more information or to volunteer at the event. Brewfest t-shirts, growlers and more will be available at the Ticket Mill prior to the event. GoodLife Brewing and Klamath Basin Brewing were last summer’s Bend Brewfest People’s Choice Award winners. Be sure to vote for your favorite beer this summer at Bend Brewfest.

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All concerts: 2:30-4:30pm

St. Charles Free Summer Sunday Concerts start June 2 and continues through August 4 on select Sundays. Come on down to the Les Schwab Amphitheater and enjoy a beautiful afternoon of great music and healthy family fun. Delish food vendors, bouncy-houses, paddle boards and other activities will be onsite. St. Charles Health System will have caregivers from various departments at the event—stop by the blue tents—to chat with expert caregivers.

Tumbleweed Wanderers— July 14

Tony Smiley—July 28

Sassparilla—July 21

Cedric Watson & Bijou Creole—August 4

Tony Smiley— a multi-instrumentalist from Hood River—with an arsenal of instruments from keyboards to drums bass, tambourine and vocals. His songs whisk you away and make you want to move to an infectious groove. Smiley is often described as the “Loop Ninja” uses loop technology, which stacks musical segments on top of one another, as he builds an entire, totally rocking musical world.

Tumbleweed Wanderers is a group of multi-instrumentalists based out of Oakland, California. The band melds rock, soul, bluegrass, and folk into a genre they describe as “street folk and indie soul”. They weave through their shows with smooth transitions, bringing the listener from dark chaotic banjo-rock, through intimate acoustic harmonies, to energetic explosions of soul.

Sassparilla is a jug, folk punk, rockabilly, punk blues, dirty bluegrass and psychobilly five-piece band. Get ready for some high energy harmonica, accordion and washboard playing musicians creating a fantastic mash up mix of country-blues and punk.

One of the most noted young talents to emerge in Louisiana music over the past few years, Cedric Watson is a fiddler, vocalist, accordionist and songwriter. Cedric’s has played at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and appeared on an episode of Treme. Cedric and his band Bijou Creole bring high energy and dynamism to each show.

Meet St. Charles Health System staff who will be available for questions and more information at the St. Charles Summer Sunday Concerts this year: July 14—NICU, Pediatrics & Family Birthing Center, Cascades East Health Education Center (AHEC) and Pediatric Rehabilitation

July 28—Medical Group, Air Link August 4—Healthy Lives & Shared Care, Diabetes & Nutrition Programs

July 21—Home Health, Sleep Center

Thank You To Our Summer Sunday Sponsors

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Munch & Music

Enjoy free music in Drake Park with the 23rd season of Music and Music which runs on Thursday nights July 11-August 15. This season includes: Chicago Arfobeat Project on July 18, The The Spin Doctors on July 25, Animotion on August 1, Rootz Underground on August 8 and The Red Elvises on August 15. Event runs 5:30-9:30pm in Drake Park and includes a beer garden, food and craft vendors.

Bend Summer Festival

Bend Summer Festival takes over the streets of downtown Bend on July 12-14. Enjoy art booths, food vendors, kid’s activities and much more. Live music by Edgar Winter and Todd Haaby on Friday evening and Craig Chaquico and Ozomatli perform on Saturday night. Celebrating 23 years this summer with four stages of free music, a gourmet food and wine street and more!

Twilight Tunes

Enjoy live music in Compass Park in NWX from 6-8 pm with Necktie Killer on July 23, Rob Fincham on July 30 and Betty Berger and her Big Band on August 6.

Party on the Patio

Enjoy live music on Friday evenings at Country Catering (9th & Wilson) through September 27. Music this summer includes: Helous on July 12, The Rounders on July 19, Jackie Barrett on July 26, Caribbean Moon on August 2, Jones Road on August 9, Summit Express Jazz Band on August 16, Friends of Lenny on August 23, Second Hand Soldiers on August 30, Five Pint Mary on September 6, Jones Road on September 13, Soul Benders on September 20 and Helous on September 27.

NorthWest Crossing Munch & Movies

Munch & Movies runs Friday nights in August at Compass Park offering free films on the big screen. Live music by local musicians starts at 6pm and movies (August 16September 6) will begin at dusk. Food vendors onsite from nearby restaurants. www.

Peak Summer Nights

This summer’s lineup at the Athletic Club of Bend includes Joshua Radin and Gregory Alan Isakov on August 25.

Sisters Folk Festival

The Sisters Folk Festival is a celebration of Americana music. The Festival runs September 6-8 and covers seven stages with performances by internationally recognized artists and the best of up-and-coming talent in folk, blues, bluegrass and all genres in between.

Bend Roots Revival

Bend Roots Revival a free three-day celebration of local music and art on September 27-29 at Pakit Liquidators (903 SE Armour Rd. at 9th). The new location will offer an eclectic urban hoedown with over seventy bands and workshops scheduled. Bend Roots features Bend’s favorite local bands offering up bluegrass, Americana, rock and blues. Plus an artisan kazbah market, live art, kid’s activities, food carts and more.

Turf Tunes Sunriver Style

Turf Tunes at SHARC is a new free concert series on Sunday evenings from 5-7pm. The season includes: Stayin’ Alive on July 14, Mosley Wotta on July 21, Willow Grove on July 28, Bobby Lindstrom on August 4, Parlour on August 11 and Tony Smiley on August 18.

Twilight Cinema Sunriver Style

An outdoor movie series that starts July 30 and runs through September 1. Festivities start at 6:30pm and free family friendly movies start at dusk. Movie location alternates between The Village at Sunriver and SHARC.

Sunriver Music Festival

This classical music festival runs August 9-21 with performances in Sunriver and Bend. Performances include a Pops Concert at Summit High School on August 9, Mozart in Motion on August 14 and Tango Fire on August 16 at the Tower Theatre. Plus several more concerts in Sunriver at the Great Hall.

Sunriver Art Faire

The Sunriver Art Faire takes place August 9-11 with sixty-five juried artists, a kid’s crafts area, artist demos and live music in the village at Sunriver.

Elk Lake Resort

Live music on the deck of the Elk Lake resort from 5-8pm. Enjoy the day on the lake followed by live music on Saturdays throughout the summer with The Pitchtones on July 20, Broken Down Guitars on July 27, Slick Side Down on August 3, Doc Ryan Roadshow on August 10, Gbots and the Journeyman on August 17, Blackstrap on August 24, Moon Mountain Ramblers on August 31, KC Flyn on September 1 (Sunday), Summit Express on September 7 and Bill Keale on September 14. Old Mill Late Summer Guide 2013 | | 27

Bend Adventure Tours

Beautiful Views & Great Tasting Brews offering fullday tours that include hiking, sight-seeing and visits to a brewery, distillery and winery. The tour includes lunch & the tour guides’ home-brewed beer. These are small, intimate tours with a 4-person max.

Bend Art Safari

Tour Bend’s public art collection. John Flannery’s offer a tour filled with fun facts and stories on the Roundabout Art Route. This family-friendly Artventure includes a tasty local treat. or (541) 610-6103.

Bend Brew Bus

A behind the scenes tour of the brewing process, samples of delicious beers and appetizers at the final brewery. Get an insider’s look at a select four outstanding Bend breweries.

Bend Brew Tour or Vine to Wine Tour

Let it Ride Electric Bikes

Visit local breweries or a working vineyard for a behind the scenes tour, samples and snacks. www.

The Bend Tour Company

Offering historic Bend tours—while riding electric bikes— along the Deschutes River, downtown and Old Mill District.

The Local Pour

Try out a Segway! Tours along the Deschutes River, downtown and the Old Mill District exploring our parks, local history and historic homes. www.

Join tasty tour of a micro-brewery, winery and distillery. Gain insights into each intoxicating process and more from a tour guide that will help weave together all three artisanal crafts. www.

Bend Red Trolley Tours

Sights & Bites Tour

The Bend Trolley offers—a Wild Cat Tour—Brews & Bites, personal tours and more.

Cowboy Carriage

Plan a day trip, dinner or evening party with family and friends to Sunriver, Sisters, Belknap Hot Springs and beyond.

Take a horse draw wagon to four Bend breweries for tasty samples. Wagon rides available for personal tours for family and friends (up to 20 adults). Or treat your sweet to a romantic horse draw carriage for two.

Casual dining in the heart of the Old Mill. Summer patio seating. Happy Hour! 3 – Close

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Birding & Binoculars The Old Mill District and the East Cascades Audubon Society teamed up and created an illustrated list of birds that are native to the Bend area. Discover new birds from the Deschutes River Corridor Birding List while spending time on local trails, rivers and parks in Bend. Just another way to enjoy all the wonderful wildlife the region has to offer. Check out a pair of Leupold binoculars to help you find more elusive species while enjoying the Deschutes River trails. The brochures and binoculars are available anytime the Ticket Mill is open. Monday- Saturday 10-6pm and Sundays 11-5pm, closed from 1-1:30pm for lunch.

Wheel Fun Rentals Wheel Fun Rentals offers a fantastic selection of bike rentals for an afternoon ride through the Old Mill District. The newest addition to the fleet of bikes is a Triple Surrey that seats 7-8. Rent a Surrey and ride over the foot bridge, Riverbend Park and along the river trail. Wheel Fun Rentals has cruisers and mountain bikes, tandem bikes, electric bikes, Norge boards, kid’s bikes, baby joggers and tag-a-longs as well as surreys and coupes. Rent a single, double or triple surrey, gather up the kiddos and make it an outing for the entire family. Wheel Fun Rentals is located at the pump house across the pond from Flatbread Community Oven and at the north end of the Old Mill District. Visit Wheel Fun Rentals for more information and check out all the bike options.

Wanderlust Tours Get off the beaten path, away from crowds and seek out the quiet of Central Oregon’s lakes, rivers, forests and caves. Wanderlust Tours specializes in outdoor smallgroup tours and activities. Discover hidden underground desert caves or walk deep into the belly of an ancient volcano on the Volcano Tours or Lava Cave Exploration. Choose one of the Guided Kayak or Canoe Tours. Sample beers for four local breweries along the Bend Ale Trail on the Bend Brew Bus or visit one Brewery, Winery and Distillery on The Local Pour Tour. Choose an outdoor adventure tour for your family and experience all that Central Oregon has to offer. Visit for reservations and more information.

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Now in Bend! Atlas Cider has Hard Apple and Hard

Cherry Cider now on tap. Tasting Room and growler fills now open Thursday-Saturday from 3:30-7pm until daily later this summer. On Fridays, through September, Atlas Cider will be pouring at Party on the Patio events with next door neighbor Country Catering (Wilson at 9th Street).

Red Tank Cider creates hand

crafted hard cider using only fresh-pressed apples from Oregon and Washington while practicing sustainable techniques and without chemical additives. Happy Cider and Roughneck Cider are now on tap. Tasting Room Hours: Monday- Thursday 11-5pm, Friday 11-6:30pm, Saturday 10-2pm. Located at 840 SE Woodland Street (off 9th Street.)

The 9th annual Tour des Chutes is on Saturday, July 13. Support St. Charles Cancer Survivorship Program with a bike ride from 7-25-50-75 or 100 miles. The 75 and 100 mile route uses 18 miles of the proposed Sisters-Smith Rock State Scenic Bikeway. The 50 mile route uses a majority of the proposed State Scenic Bikeway Twin Bridges Loop. The 7 mile family-friendly loop covers Mt. Washington Drive and loops through Broken Top on paved paths. There will be a vendor village at the start/finish line at High Lakes Elementary School with live music, cycle pub and much more. This annual race raises money to benefit. St. Charles Cancer Center survivorship programs which includes a survivorship empowerment program, peer support groups, a young adult survivor network, family camps, weekend activities and integrative care.

Murals in Tunnels on the Deschutes River Trail Take a walk along the Deschutes River Trail in the Old Mill District to see murals in the tunnels underneath the Columbia Street Bridge. The murals in both tunnels reflect the riparian areas along the Deschutes River. The project was collaboration between Arts Central, a team of Nike designers from Portland and the Old Mill District.

Deschutes Dash Weekend Sports Festival The 10th annual Deschutes Dash Weekend Sports Festival includes Triathlons, Duathlons, AquaBike, 5-10k runs and a youth Triathlon. The Old Mill District footbridge and paths along the river bank offer a great vantage point to watch swimmers, cyclists and runners on July 13-14. Events include an Olympic Triathlon and a Sprint Distance Duathlon, a 5K and 10K run, a Youth Triathlon (ages 11-15) and Junior Category (16-19) triathlon/duathlon. The Kids Splash & Dash on Sunday is an event that’s all out fun for the kids’ ages 3-10 years old with an obstacle course, water slide and a pool of water!

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Naked Winery sources their fruit from select vineyards in Oregon and Washington—from Apple Gate and Columbia Valley regions to Willamette and Illinois Valleys—Naked Winery produces subtle and complex wines. Tasting Room located in the Old Mill District next to Desperado. Open 11am-8pm Monday-Saturday and 11am-6pm on Sunday. Cada Dia specializes in hard cheese made from raw cow’s milk. Known for their herbed cheddars— jalapeno, chive, caraway and dill—the farm is located in Prineville. Free tours offered on

Tumalo Farms artisan cheeses made with goat’s milk include ingredients such as cumin seeds, rainbow peppercorns, rosemary, hazelnuts, cascade hops and our personal favorite Fenacho; fenugreek seeds. Tumalo Farms hosts an open house each summer.

Goody’s factory creates gourmet chocolates—twenty tons of chocolate a year—caramel corn, toffee, peanut brittle and ice cream. Guided tours on Saturday-Sunday with six samples for $2. Free self-guided tours available during the week.

Bend Distillery specialty spirits include pepper vodka, sweet ginger vodka and our favorite, Hazelnut Espresso Vodka. An award winning micro distillery using all natural ingredients. Tasting room open daily. www.benddistillery. com

Oregon Spirit Distillers specialty spirit for summer 2013 includes White Dog Whiskeys, a trifecta of barrel aging grains. Spirits include vodka, a cordial, bourbon, gin and absinthe. Tasting room open WednesdaySaturday.

Maragas Winery specializes in zinfandels, white and dessert wines. A boutique winery located in Culver. Tasting room open daily. Volcano Vineyards pouring a fabulous Syrah, red and white wine blends, limited release vodka—a joint project with Oregon Spirit Distillers— made from barrel-aged syrah, cab and zinfandel grapes. Fill your growler with Magmita Sangria—Peach, Strawberry-Kiwi and Cranberry Pomegranate. Tasting room open in the Century Center. Faith, Hope & Charity offers jaw dropping views of Three Sisters while sipping on Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel and Barbera. Special events include live music and Thirsty Thursdays. Tasting room open Wednesday to Sunday.

Monkey Face Vineyard located at Ranch at the Canyons, a beautiful agricultural ranch development sourcing grapes to all three Central Oregon wineries.

Tasting Rooms in Bend include Southern Wine Group Tasting Bar, Bend d’Vine, Good Drop Wine Shoppe and The Wine Shop & Beer Tasting. Broken Top Bottle Shop and Platypus Pub/Brew Shop offer extensive selections of bottled beers.

Well Traveled Fork’s has the inside scoop on the region’s growing gastronomical delights. Culinary Tours include Farm and Ranch Tour, a Culinary Walking Tour and cooking classes. www.

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Bend Ale Trail The Bend Ale Trail celebrates the abundance of craft beer made in Bend. The Bend Ale Trail is a passport and map of our local Bend breweries. Gather stamps at nine local breweries (plus an extra credit brewery in Sisters) to receive a commemorative Silipint, a flexible silicone pint glass that can be used and reused with endless beverage options. Enjoy great craft beer in Bend! Visit Bend is located downtown at 917 N.W. Lava. Visit and for more information. Also download the Bend Ale Trail app! Several companies offer tours of the Bend Ale Trail including GETIT Shuttle, Bend Brew Bus, Cowboy Carriage, Cycle Pub and the Bend Trolley. A great way to gather up your friends and have a fun afternoon sampling fabulous beer in Bend!

Cycle Pub presented by the Old Mill District Bend residents love beer and bicycles! This 14-person cycle will get you to all the hot spots in Bend, simply through the pedaling power of the riders. Look for Cycle Pub in the Old Mill District, special events and around town making stops at local breweries. Cycle Pub riders can bring their own beer, wine, coffee or snacks aboard to fuel the crew. Tours can be customized for families and non-beer drinkers (gasp!) as well. Visit for more information. Cycle Pub has added two more bike hybrids to their fleet. The COBI is round, red and perfect for smaller groups. Take the COBI out on the town or to visit a few of our favorite pubs. The Family Bike is a hulking green contraption that fits the legs of younger peddlers (and has a built in power boost) for a trip to the ice cream shop or a birthday lunch.

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Shakespeare in the Park Lay It Out Events brings one of Shakespeare’s most alluring comedies Much Ado About Nothing to Bend this summer. This classic Shakespearean comedy performed by Northwest Classical Theatre Company features some of the Bard’s favorite themes including trysts between lovers, battles of the sexes, deception, love and marriage. Will the quarreling duo of Beatrice and Benedick finally admit their attraction to each other, or will their pride keep them apart? Set in Sicily, Much Ado About Nothing runs for two nights in Drake Park on August 23-24 and one evening in Sunriver (at SHARC) on August 25.

The Met: Live in HD This summer enjoy select encore performances from the awardwinning series The Met: Live in HD. Encore presentations will take place on Wednesday evenings at 7pm at Regal Cinemas. Don’t miss this great opportunity to experience the excitement of opera, captured live from the stage of the Metropolitan Opera.

Verdi’s La Traviata—July 17

The fall season of The Met: Live in HD kicks off on October 5 with a new production of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin staring Anna Netrebko. The new season also includes Borodin’s Prince Igor and Verdi’s Falstaff. Visit for the fall schedule of upcoming operas at Regal Cinemas.

Ingredients: 1 lb. salmon filet, skin on, 1 Tbsp. olive oil, 1 Tbsp. Pearl St. Plank Rub and a cedar grilling plank. Directions: Soak the cedar plank for several hours before cooking. Rub with olive oil and apply 1 tbsp. per pound of Pearl Street Plank Rub. Allow about 30 minutes for the rub to permeate the salmon. Heat grill to 350 degrees and heat the platter for about 3 minutes on each side. Place salmon filet skin side down on the plank and close the lid. The salmon should be cooked to medium in 12 to 15 minutes.

Hibiscus-Lavender Limeade Ingredients: 1 cup Hibiscus-Lavender Simple Syrup, 1 cup lime juice (about 8 limes), crushed ice and 2 cups club soda or seltzer water. (Turn into a cocktail by adding vodka or gin to each glass.) Directions: Divide syrup and soda between 4 glasses filled with crushed ice and top with soda or seltzer. Serve with slices of lime. Simple Syrup: Hibiscus-Lavender Ingredients: 1/2 cup honey powder, 1 cup water, 2 Tbsp. hibiscus flowers and 1 Tbsp. lavender flowers. Directions: Whisk honey powder and water together in a small saucepan. Bring mixture to a boil, stirring to make sure honey powder dissolves, and cook for 1-2 min. Remove from heat and add hibiscus and lavender. Cover and allow mixture to steep about 20 min. Strain and store in the refrigerator. Mix 1 Tbsp. syrup with 8 oz. club soda, seltzer water or sparkling wine.

Ginger’s Kitchenware Cutting Board Marinade Ingredients: 1 Guajillo (pepper dry roasted about 4 minutes and seeded), 3/4 cup fresh cilantro, ¼ cup fresh oregano, 1 tsp lime rind, 1/4 cup olive oil and salt and pepper. (Alternates: chives, dill, parsley or tarragon.) Lime wedges for serving. Directions: salt and pepper your protein of choice and grill. Chop all the herbs, lime rind and roasted guajillo pepper together, add the oil on the chopping board. Mix the concoction well. When the meat is done, remove from the grill and place directly onto the chopping board and cover it with marinade. Let it rest for 10 minutes, slice and serve. Make use of the marinade left on the board and spoon it all over the meat as you serve. Old Mill Late Summer Guide 2013 | | 33

Give Back to the River You Love! Join the Deschutes River Conservancy in protecting the quality of life in Central Oregon by supporting their mission to restore streamflow and improve water quality in the Deschutes Basin. The Deschutes River provides water for growing food and crops in the region, critical habitat for fish and wildlife, a rich history of culture, power for generating electricity and recreation benefits that draw sporting enthusiasts to Central Oregon from all over the world. Give back to the river you love by purchasing a $10 button and help ensure the Deschutes River will be healthy for future generations to enjoy as much as we do today! Buttons will be on sale at most community events and at specific locations for the month of August offering up over $100 in local deals.

Heritage Walks & Museum Tours The Des Chutes Historical Museum offers historical walking tours, spotlight tours and guided museum tours. Tuesdays: Heritage Walk: Early Days of Bend and Saturdays: Heritage Walk: Architectural Styles of a Neighborhood. Both walks are offered Tuesdays and Saturday at 11am through September 6. Museum spotlight tours include 1813 Rock Talk, Trails Tales-The Other Oregon Trails. Museum tours and spotlight tours are available WednesdayFriday. Visit for exact times of each tour. Why Des Chutes? The name Deschutes originated when French explorers referred to the riviere des chutes, meaning the river of the falls. They were referring to the falls where the Deschutes River empties into the Columbia River. The name was applied to early post offices and eventually simplified into the modern deschutes. Since 1980, the Des Chutes Historical Museum has been located in the historic Reid School, located at 129 NW Idaho.

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Tin Pan Alley Art Collection Summertime at Mt. Bachelor A visit to Mt. Bachelor over the summer offers numerous activities such as summer sled dog rides with Rachel Scdoris, U.S. Forest Service Ranger interpretative talks, Frisbee golf, mountain biking and hiking. Visitors can ride the chairlift (from July 4-September 2). Take in great views of the Three Sisters and Broken Top. Pack a picnic or enjoy lunch or dinner at Pine Marten Lodge. Sunset Dinners offered Friday-Sunday (July 5-September 1). Visit for more information and dinner reservations. This summer Mt. Bachelor hosts the Mountain Biathlon National Championship Series on July 27-28 a sports event to promote and raise money to protect our forests and wildlife. The biathlon includes a trail run and mountain bike biathlon.

Bend now has public art hanging in the City’s downtown parking garage and alley wall of The Oxford Hotel. Megan McGuinness, Mark Rada, Jesse Roberts and Andrew Wachs are the first four artists in the new collection. Andrew Wachs, metal artist and fabricator made the metal frames and each artist received a sheet of plywood on which to work. Wachs’ piece is a sculptural abstract representation of the fault strata of the local landscape. Finding Gold in Cascadia, by Megan McGuinness was inspired by how only the strongest things can grow in the desert and how plants fight to withstand the heat of the day and the freezing nights.

Central, by Mark Rada was inspired by the community of Bend and created using mixed media including spray paint, latex house paint and acrylic. We Will Rise, by Jesse Roberts reflects upon local Native Americans whose story continues through struggle. Doug LaPlaca, Visit Bend and Jesse Roberts of Rise Up International were instrumental is planning and executing the new Tin Pan Collection. Visit the entrance on Lava Road to see Finding Gold in Cascadia and on the lower level of the parking garage to see Central and We Will Rise. Andrew Wachs’ piece is on the exterior wall of the Oxford Hotel.

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CASCADE CYCLING CLASSIC The 34th annual Cascade Cycling Classic— the longest consecutively run elite stage race in the country— will be held July 16-21 attracting North America’s top cyclists and teams. The Prologue on July 16 starts off the week long event with racers ending at Tetherow Club House. The McKenzie Pass Road Race is on July 17, Crooked River Time Trail on July 18 and the Cascade Lakes Road Race on July 19 starts and ends at Mt. Bachelor. The spectator friendly Twilight Downtown Criterium is on Saturday, July 20 starting in the afternoon with Cat 3-4 Men, Masters and Cat 2 racers. The Pro Women start at 5:45pm followed by the Pro Men at 7pm. The Awbrey Butte Circuit Race is another great stage to watch on Sunday, July 21 in and out of Summit High School with five laps (83 miles) for the Men and 4 laps (67 miles) for the Women racers.

Cascade Gran Fondo

This summer marks the third annual Cascade Gran Fondo. Join Team RadioShack Nissan Trek’s Chris Horner, a world class road cyclist and a resident of Bend. Riders of all ages and abilities are welcome! The ride was designed by Chris to suit every type of rider, from competitive cyclists looking to challenge themselves to casual cyclists looking for a fun ride in central Oregon. There will be an expo at the start/finish area at Mount Bachelor Resort. Other events include An Evening with Chris Horner– Stories from the Peloton on Friday, August 2 at the Tower Theatre. A VIP Dinner will be held on Saturday, August 3. Visit for tickets and more information on all three events.

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Get ready to run and support a range of nonprofit organizations in Central Oregon. A great way to stay in shape and support your local community! Deschutes Dash A 5k/10k, Triathlon, Duathlon and Aquabike race on July 13-14.The dash benefits The Center Foundation. Urban Scramble Bend’s wackiest foot rave with stunts, collecting items and Crossfit challenges on July 20. The scramble benefits Saving Grace. Cascade Lakes Relay A 216 mile running relay and 132 mile walking relay on August 2-3. The event benefits over 20 local non-profit groups. Haulin Aspen A half marathon and 7-miler run on August 11. The race benefits Bend Endurance Academy. www. Run for a Child A 5k race on August 11. The event benefits local ShrinersKids. Twilight Run A 5k run on August 15. The run benefits Ronald McDonald House of Central Oregon. www. Ruff Run A 5k run on August 16. The event Benefits DogPAC. Sunriver Marathon for a Cause A marathon, half marathon, 10k and 5k run on August 31-September 1. The weekend races benefit Susan G. Komen for a Cure for Oregon and SW Washington. Walk to Defeat ALS A 2-mile walk on September 7. The walk benefits the ALS Association Bend Adventure Race A trekking, whitewater, single track, orienteering and time underground race on September 7-8. The adventure race benefits Central Oregon Trail Alliance and Oregon Mountain Bike. Mutt Strut A 1.3 miles loop in the Old Mill District on September 14. The walkbenefits the Humane Society of Central Oregon. Road to Recovery A 5k run on September 14 to raise awareness for mental health needs in Central Oregon. www. Bigfoot A 10k run on September 15. The run benefits Bend-LaPineHigh School cross-country teams. www. High Alpine Half/Flagline 50 A half marathon and 50k trail run on September 22. Both races benefit Bend Endurance Academy. Walk to End Alzheimers A 5k walk on September 29. The walk benefits Alzheimer’s Association.

Halloween Cyclocross Festival The world famous Halloween Cyclocross Crusades will return to the Old Mill District and Deschutes Brewery on Friday-Sunday, October 25-27. Widely considered the largest gathering of costumed bicyclists on the planet, the 2013 Halloween Cyclocross Crusades is sure to entertain riders and spectators alike. Witness the fun and mayhem of over 1,000 cyclocross racers donning costumes and competing for Cross Crusade points. In addition to the races, attendees will enjoy the Deschutes Brewery beer garden, live music, food and festivities. Visit for more information. Deschutes Brewery will host another not-to-be-missed warehouse party celebrating all things Cyclocross. For a complete and up to the minute schedule of events see and events/halloweencyclocrossfestival

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Halloween Party Bring your little ones in costume to the Old Mill District for crafts and trick-ortreating in each of the Old Mill District stores and restaurants on Thursday, October 31, from 4-7 pm. Creative crafts for kids in Central Plaza (by the footbridge) by Arts Central. Kids and families can also enjoy Wagon Rides, Bend Science Station, Central Oregon Herpetology and Rippin’ Reptiles 4-H Club.

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10 Barrel Brewing Swill:

Old Mill Brew Wërks Neurotic Blonde:

Starting with a base of fine German malts and sterling hops, this brew—infused with Berliner Weiss and multiple layers of grapefruit—is fun, delicious and unbelievably easy to drink.

A blonde ale that offers a light taste with a surprisingly full rich flavor. It’s perfect for those individuals who want the beer experience without the bite.

Cascade Lakes Brewing Blonde Bombshell:

Ale Apothecary The Beer Formerly Known as LA TACHE:

Brewed to be a light bodied, refreshing ale, Blonde Bombshell combines subtle malt and wheat flavors with a delicate Liberty hop aroma to create a sensational beer.

A year-round table sour made of malted barley and wheat and Goschie Farms Cascade Hops. LA TACHE spends 3-9 months in barrels during a long, relaxed fermentation prior to a month-long dry-hopping.

Crux Fermentation Project “Zwickle” Pilsner:

Below Grade Brewing Nevermind: A White IPA—citrus and

This unfiltered German Pilsner is a crisp, clean, refreshing beer that prominently features the distinctive noble German hop bitterness. This is one of a few brews fermented in the brewery’s unique open vessels.

spice notes—offer up a bright and floral brew. Based on a new quickly rising style of craft brews, this beer will definitely make you pause and consider some great summer flavor.

Deschutes Brewery Deschutes River Ale:

Bend Brewing Company Paulina Pale Ale:

A new year-round brew that’s perfect for summer. Deschutes River Ale offers a drinkability similar to a session ale. Full of Cascade and Crystal hop character, malt poise and a large helping of craft passion.

A light American Pale Ale with a smooth finish, Paulina Pale Ale is the brewery’s summer seasonal.

Boneyard Beer Girl Beer:

GoodLife Brewing Sweet As:

A wheat ale—re-fermented with a blend of dark, sweet and tart cherries— results in a smooth and light body. The use of special malts from Germany lends a slight tartness to balance beautifully with the cherries.

A summer beer brewed with 100% New Zealand Hops. This year for the first time, this brew will be available in cans.

Central Oregon Brewery Timeline 1988



1988: Deschutes Brewery

1994: Cascade Lakes Brewery

1995: Bend Brewing Co.

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2000: Silver Moon Brewing



2004: McMenamin’s Old St. Francis School

2007: 10 Barrel Brewing

Summer is a very special season here in Central Oregon for many reasons, not the least of which is all the fantastic craft beer. Celebrate our burgeoning beer culture with a tasty beer on a summer evening. Join us in a toast to our Central Oregon breweries and beers that are just right for summer. McMenamin’s Copper Moon:

The malted barley used in every batch of Copper Moon is organically grown and malted. A summer pale ale that’s smooth and flavorful.

Phat Matt’s Brewing Company Phat Whitty:

This crafty brew is what happens to a traditional Belgian Wit when it is hopped up like the Pacific Northwest. To top it off, they added some lemon and orange peels.

Rat Hole Brewing: Chocolate Oatmeal Stout

Central Oregon’s best kept secret, practice natural production process with natural aging and bottle conditioning. If you can find an elusive bottle of their beer, try their signature Chocolate Oatmeal Stout.

Shade Tree Brewing Mustang Pale Ale:

Smith Rock Brewing Company Summer Lemon Mojo:

The perfect summer beer is light, refreshing and easy drinking. It starts off with a small hop bite, then transitions into a smooth, yet complex lemon finish.

Solstice Brewing Company Show Me the Honey:

A wheat ale—spiced with crushed coriander— to bring in some citrus punch and compliment the essence of banana and clove produced during fermentation.

Sunriver Brewing: Lazy River Lager Sunriver Brewing Company yearlong developmental phase is wrapping up and the official release of their first five beers will be available at the end of May. Look for Lazy River Lager, soon to be a summer favorite, as well as four more tasty brews.

Owner Larry Johnson describes this particular brew as “a daily driver, moderately hopped with Amarillo and Cascade, light but quick, corners well around the tongue.”

Three Creeks Brewing Company Golden Stitches:

Silver Moon Brewing Hounds GetSum Pale Ale:

Worthy Brewing Company Easy Day Kolsch:

GetSum has a giant hop aroma and flavor complement, all from a balanced helping of—Chinook, Centennial, and Citra hops—in this light-bodied pale ale.

A hoppy wheat beer that is naturally cloudy with a crisp and spicy flavor and fruity hop aroma.

A light, crisp, straw-colored beer. Worthy’s salute to warm weather with an effervescent front end that opens up to a soft mouth feel and finishes with a dry and pleasant bitterness.

Central Oregon Brewery Timeline 2008




2008: Three Creeks Brewing Co.

2010: Boneyard Beer Co. Old Mill Brew Werks

2011: The Ale Apothecary Phat Matt’s Brewing Co. Below Grade Brewing Shade Tree Brewing GoodLife Brewing Co. Solstice Brewing Co.

2012: Crux Fermentation Project Smith Rock Brewing Co. Sunriver Brewing Co. Rat Hole Brewing


2013: Worthy Brewing Co.

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