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The Magic of the Season

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As the flurry of the season grips you in its frenzy, reclaim your spirit and take back the holidays. There is magic in the holidays amid the hustle and the bustle. How do you find it? What are your traditions? Here are some of the tops for us; cut down your own Christmas tree, make ornaments, buy one present for a friend and one for you, host a dinner party, play Christmas music, spend an evening singing carols with friends, hang mistletoe, play board games, go for a moonlight snowshoe, eat pie, try new recipes, have a snowball fight, make snow angels, host a white elephant party or cookie exchange, get a family photo with Santa, send Christmas cards or don’t—and feel great about it, take in a IMAX matinee, or try a new sport. The holidays come up fast every year enjoy each small delight as you savor the merriment and warmth of the season. To you and yours, a Happy Holidays. www.oldmilldistrict.com

Santa Making His Rounds at the Old Mill District In the magical place called Santa Land kiddies can capture the big guy’s ear with their hearts’ desires. Photography will make the moment into holiday history by snapping an image of your little ones with Santa Claus. Look for Santa to make his pilgrimage down from the North Pole starting on Friday, November 25. He’ll be available every weekend until Christmas, as well as the week of the big day, to bend his ear for your little sugarplums. Merry Christmas!

Where’s Santa Land anyway? Santa Land is in the Old Mill District, located near the north end of the shops next to Jimmy John’s and Acadia Footwear. Still not sure? Mapquest us at 330 Powerhouse Drive, Bend, OR 97702 and you’ll get pretty darn close!

Gift Wrapping & Holiday Cards

Serendipity is the one place in the Old Mill District to stock up on all gift wrapping supplies including decorative wrapping papers, fantastic gift bags and gorgeous unique ribbons. Serendipity’s range of wrapping paper would appeal to the nature lover, kids of all ages, grandparents and the romantic someone in your life. Serendipity offers custom gift wrapping for your holiday gifts with a selection of festive gift wrap and ribbon. Gift wrapping services range from $5-$20 per package. Looking for the perfect holiday card? Serendipity has boxed cards and festive invitations

that can be printed, fill-in or include personal photos. Need a stocking stuffer? Serendipity has small gifts and décor items for the family and friends on your list. Happy Holidays!

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Savory Spice Shop The Old Mill District welcomes another fantastic store to Bend with the opening of the Savory Spice Shop in October 2011. Bend residents Matthew and Betsy Perry bring their passion for food and spices to the Old Mill District with a shop that specializes in more than 400 fresh ground herbs and spices, 140 hand-blended seasonings, organic selections and gift sets. Customers are encouraged to sample products and have packaged only the amounts that they need, starting at as little as a half ounce. Created in Colorado in 2004, Savory Spice Shop has a loyal customer base in the Denver Metro area. Since 2009, Savory Spice Shop has introduced their concept to select cities across the country. Matt and Betsy Perry are the first to introduce Savory Spice Shop to Oregon. “We are thrilled to become part of the Old Mill District while pursuing one of our personal passions,” said the Perry’s, who have lived in Bend since 2005. “Having the opportunity to bring the Savory Spice concept to Oregon is amazing and we are looking forward to meeting more fellow foodies with this venture.” The Holidays are upon on which means cooking and baking with family and friends and Savory Spice Shop is here to help complete your favorite family recipe. Keep up to date with the store events and happenings on SavorySpiceShopBend, SavoryBend. Sign up for the monthly Simply Savory newsletter at www.savoryspice.com

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Cooking Classes at Ginger’s Kitchenware

November 29 & 30 – Two Evenings with Chef Robin Asbell Learn about how to prepare delicious and satisfying natural foods with Robin Asbell. Robin has been crafting delicious cuisine for special diets for many years and brings all her flavorful tricks and tips to her new book Big Vegan by Chronicle Books. Classes will be offered on Tuesday, November 29, and Wednesday, November 30. Both classes start at 6pm, cost $85 per class and offer a completely different vegetarian menu each evening. December 6 - An Evening with Chef TR McCrystal of Jen’s Garden Host your next holiday dinner with gusto! Enjoy a new perspective on an assortment of classic holiday side dishes and enjoy wine tasting on Tuesday, December 6 at 6pm for $70. Register for all cooking classes by calling Ginger’s Kitchenware at 617-0312 or register at the store. For a complete menu of the fabulous dishes that will be created during each cooking class visit www.gingerskitchenware.com.

Potato Chowder with Caraway Havarti This chowder, traditionally prepared with bacon, onions and potatoes simmered in stock and milk is elevated to new richness with the addition of havarti cheese studded with caraway seeds. 4 slices of bacon cut into ½ “ pieces ½ Cup medium diced onion ½ Cup diced celery 1 lb. red potatoes scrubbed, cut into ½“ dice 1 Tablespoon minced garlic 2 Cups rich chicken stock 2 Cups whole milk 1 cup grated havarti with caraway seeds 1 Tablespoon unsalted butter 1 Tablespoon all-purpose flour Sea Salt Ground Pepper 2 Tablespoon minced chives for garnish Drizzle of La Tourangelle white truffle oil to finish (available at Ginger’s Kitchenware) Sauté bacon in Le Creuset French Oven or other heavy pot over medium heat until brown and crisp. Transfer bacon to paper towels to drain. Pour out all but 2 Tablespoons bacon drippings.

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Add onion and celery to the bacon drippings in the pot. Cook, stirring often until soft; about 5 min. Add diced potatoes. Sauté for 2 minutes. Add garlic and stir for 1 minute.

Add chicken stock and milk. Bring to a simmer. Cook soup until potatoes are tender. Do not let boil. When ready to serve, add the cheese, a little at a time, to the hot soup. Stir after each addition to melt. In a small bowl, whisk butter and flour to make a paste. Add to soup a little at a time and whisk until completely blended for 2 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper as needed. Serve in bowls and sprinkle each serving with chopped bacon, chives and a drizzle of truffle oil. Recipe adapted from Sunday Soup by Betty Rosbottom, published by Chronicle Books and available at Ginger’s Kitchenware.


So many choices, so little time! We invite you to come dine with us! No matter your budget or palate, there is a restaurant to please everyone at the Old Mill District. Leave the cooking and cleaning to our great restaurant staff and take time to enjoy the flavors of the season!

Anthony’s at the Old Mill: A Pacific Northwest

favorite, Anthony’s is committed to serving the highest quality fresh seafood, from wild king salmon to local oysters and Dungeness crab. Be sure to try the Hawaiian nachos, fish tacos or coconut prawns while enjoying a great view of the Deschutes River and mountain range.

Ben and Jerry’s: Ice cream is good in the winter

too—put a little hot fudge on top and you’re good to go. Try coffee drinks including an Iced or Frozen Latte that includes frozen yogurt or coffee ice cream.

Greg’s Grill: A comfortable and lively place for any occasion with family and friends. Greg’s offers a variety of foods with an emphasis on prime and choice-cut steaks, seafood, salads and rotisserie chicken with an extensive wine list and a full bar.

MIO Sushi: MIO Sushi offers sushi, tempura, teriyaki,

noodles and bento boxes for lunch and dinner. MIO Sushi’s extensive menu of traditional and well-crafted fusion dishes is sure to please kids, sushi novices as well as the experienced sushi connoisseur. Their extensive menu is designed to be fresh, approachable and affordable.

Hola!: Lively and colorful décor highlight the Mexican-

Peruvian cuisine of Hola! You are sure to enjoy chicken mole, ceviche, enchiladas and several mouth-watering shrimp dishes. Serving signature margaritas and mojitos.

Jimmy John’s: Unlike any other sub shop in the country, Jimmy John’s is all about the freshest ingredients and fastest service. The French and whole-wheat bread is baked in-house daily and every vegetable, cheese and allnatural meat is freshly sliced at the restaurant every day.

Café Yumm!: Casual dining in a welcoming place offering Kona Mix Plate: Offering grilled meats, seafood and bowls of rice, beans and salsa as well as soups, salads and wraps. Come in for a bowl of great food with many vegetarian options. Choose from a selection of local beers along with regional wines.

specialty dishes all with the distinct flavors of Hawaii. Be sure to try the Shoyu chicken, tempura shrimp, mahi mahi teriyaki, Kalua pork, Ahi poke and spring rolls.

Flatbread Community Oven: Specializes in serving

appetizers and entrees including lettuce wraps, Ahi poke, green Thai curry chicken wings, smoked pork belly sliders and much more as well as a range of specialty cocktails and a fantastic selection of beer and wine. A great late night option in an industrial setting.

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.

Level 2: Global Food & Lounge: Serving small plate

Pastini Pastaria: Inspired by the small, neighborhood pastarias found in Italy, Pastini serves numerous pasta combinations along with antipasti, salads, rustic sandwiches and grilled Panini. Offering a selection of local beers along with Italian and regional wines. Red Robin: Gourmet burgers, chicken wings, great

fries, shakes and hot sandwiches in a fun-filled family atmosphere. Red Robin serves a selection of beers and maintains a full bar.

Strictly Organic Coffee Company: Certified Organic and Fair Trade coffee for people who care about the world’s environment, its people, and the coffee they enjoy. Also serving hot chocolate, muffins, bagels and salads to go. Facebook/old mill district twitter@/old mill district

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NOVEMBER 25

Sing-Along “Sound of Music”

Costume parade & free prop bags DECEMBER 3

Todd Haaby DECEMBER 8

Timothy B. Schmit of The Eagles DECEMBER 12 & 13

Menopause – The Musical DECEMBER 17 & 18

Handel’s “Messiah”

Central Oregon Mastersingers DECEMBER 19

Brandi Carlile SOLD OUT DECEMBER 22

Blind Boys of Alabama

“Go Tell it on the Mountain” DECEMBER 24

Community Christmas Eve Services

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Jungers Culinary Center The Jungers Culinary Center is home to the Cascade Culinary Institute’s state-of-the-art facilities that recently opened to the public. The 15,000 square-foot building includes two multipurpose kitchens, a baking kitchen, demonstration kitchen and a dining lab/restaurant. Cascade Culinary Institute is led by Director and Executive Chef Gene Fritz, a respected leader in Pacific Northwest food circles and a rising star in culinary education. Cascade Culinary Institute’s program is accredited by the American Culinary Federation Foundation. Elevation restaurant, serves as the “real life” course for the entire culinary program. CCI’s teaching restaurant is committed to sustainably produced, organic and locally grown food. The menu features locally sourced meats and cheeses, certified organic coffee and tea and seasonal/regional produce. Sustainability also guides the operational side of the facility through

composting and recycling. Green construction and energy efficiency highlights include radiant floor heating, infrared heat detectors and tank-free on-demand water heaters. Elevation Restaurant will be open through December 2 and reopens January 18 with the winter quarter. Dinner service is offered Wednesday to Friday and lunch on Thursdays. The Peak happy hour runs from 4:30 - 6 pm Wednesday - Friday with a tapas tasting for $8. Peak happy hour is first-come, first-served for 25 guests per evening. Elevation serves a Prix Fix lunch for $15 which includes a choice of starter, entrée and dessert. Dinner runs $19 and also includes an appetizer/salad, entrée and dessert. Both the first and second course of the Prix Fix lunch and dinner menus offers a choice of dishes with meat, seafood and vegetarian options and reservations are highly recommended. For menus and reservation information, visit www.elevationbend.com.


Galleries

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Atelier 6000 will present On and Off the Wall a unique matrix of works featuring contemporary pieces. The exhibition includes jewelry, drawings, sculpture, ceramic art, paintings, mixed media and hand pulled prints. Atelier 6000 is a print making studio and book art center offering classes, workshops and gallery exhibitions.

Blue Hills and Fence by Lori and Lisa Lubbesmeyer

Lahaina Galleries This December,

Winter Icon by Pat Clark

treat yourself or someone you love to a one-of-a-kind oil painting to enjoy for a lifetime! Lahaina Galleries offers contemporary fine art with original oil paintings, sculptures and limited edition prints. Lahaina showcases work by local and international artists.

DeWilde Art Glass offers handmade stained glass windows, doors and individual hanging works of art in various sizes and price ranges. Stop in to see samples of custom work or the latest commission in progress in the workshop.

Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery

presents Small Studies for December. Their new work includes small fiber compositions of the Oregon landscape and interpretations of Italy. Lori and Lisa Lubbesmeyer offer contemporary interpretations depicted in fiber that expand the definition of painting.

Snow Barn by Katherine Taylor

Stop into each gallery in the Old Mill District during the First Friday Art Walk on Friday, December 2, from 5-9 pm.

Tumalo Art Co. presents a Small

Treasures exhibition for December showcasing original, one-of-a-kind creations perfect for gifts or hanging on the tree—from hand-blown glass to custom jewelry, ceramics and small paintings. Enjoy this festive holiday exhibition each year at the gallery. Our show will feature smaller artworks that that make it possible for you to give art, the completely original gift!

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IMAX Theatre

Regal Cinemas has added an IMAX Theatre that is now open in the Old Mill District. IMAX stands for Image Maximized and the idea behind an IMAX experience is that the bigger the film used, the better the presentation. An IMAX screen is not only significantly larger, but colors are richer, the picture is clearer and the movie is brighter. For the IMAX theatre in Old Mill District over fifty seats were removed to accommodate the larger screen and the theatre now seats 300 people. IMAX DMR is the company’s groundbreaking digital re-mastering technology that allows it to digitally transform virtually any conventional motion picture into the unparalleled image and sound quality of the

IMAX Experience. The IMAX brand is recognized throughout the world for extraordinary and immersive entertainment experiences for consumers. IMAX offers far greater size and resolution than conventional film systems. The IMAX theatres are powered by a combination of the world’s sharpest and brightest images, laser-aligned digital surround sound and custom-designed theatres. Whether you’re experiencing a movie in 2D or IMAX 3D, the visual clarity is unsurpassed with crystal clear images. A powerful state-of-the-art digital surround sound system features laseraligned loudspeakers precisely tuned for each movie presentation. IMAX theatre geometry is designed to maximize your field of view. You’ll feel immersed-like you’re actually in the movie. Treat your senses to the most powerful and immersive movie experience yet created. Look for a fantastic lineup of movies at www.regalcinemas.com in our new IMAX Theatre in the Old Mill District.

National Theatre Live National Theatre Live is bringing the best of British theatre broadcast live to cinemas around the world. From the heart of London, each performance will be captured live in high-definition and broadcast via satellite giving audiences an extraordinary close-up view of the worldclass productions that take center stage at the National Theatre of Great Britain. Collaborators a dark funny comedy will be presented on Thursday, December 1 at 7pm. Collaborators is set in Moscow, 1938, a dangerous place to have a sense of humor; even more a sense of freedom.

Mikhail Bulgakov, has both, even while living among dissidents and stalked by secret police. Mikhail is commissioned to write a play about Stalin to celebrate his sixtieth birthday. Inspired by historical fact, John Hodge’s blistering new play depicts a lethal game of cat and mouse for the characters. National Theatre Live productions include The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare staged in the contemporary world on March 1 at 7pm. Visit www.fathomevents.com for a complete list of the National Theatre Live plays in movie theaters nationwide.

The Met: Live in HD Take a trip to NYC for the afternoon and enjoy a live performance of the Metropolitan Opera with a high-definition simulcast at Regal Cinemas in the Old Mill District. On December 3, don’t miss the fantastic Reneé Fleming in Handel’s Rodelinda. On December 7, see an encore performance of Philip Glass’s unforgettable opera Satyagraha on Gandhi ‘s heroic journey. On December 10, you’ll have the chance to enjoy Marina Poplavskaya in Gounod’s Faust. Take in the grand opera house and the sounds of the orchestra warming up as you find your seat. During intermission, get ready for behind the scenes set changes and interviews with

the performers right off the stage. You’ll enjoy beautiful costumes and modern set design along with an amazing cast of world famous opera singers. Regal Cinemas in the Old Mill District is one of many participating theaters nationwide, but the only location in Central Oregon. You’ll be an opera fan before you know it. Visit http://www.metoperafamily.org for the complete schedule which runs through May 2012.

Bolshoi Ballet

NCM Fathom and Emerging Pictures are bringing world-class ballet to the big screen with a live performance of Tchaikovsky’s The Sleeping Beauty to movie theaters nationwide. Broadcast live from Moscow’s renowned Bolshoi Ballet, The Sleeping Beauty will be shown on Sunday, November 20 at 7:00am and 1:30pm with a special additional performance on Tuesday, November 22 at 6:30pm. This magical event will mark the debut of David Hallberg on the Bolshoi stage – the first American dancer in history to join the Bolshoi as a principal dancer. Just a week later ballet fans will be treated to a second Bolshoi Ballet with Pugni’s Esmeralda on November 30 at 6:30pm. Kick off the holiday season with a classic tale of love and loyalty triumphing over corruption in the tale of Esmeralda, inspired by Victor Hugo’s famous novel, Notre Dame de Paris. Esmeralda was first presented by the Ballet of Her Majesty’s Theatre in London in 1844.

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Family Entertainment over the Holidays Our local theater, national performers and holiday music groups offer plenty of family friendly options for a live performance and a fun night out. There’s always something to entertain you over the holidays. The Tower Theatre has two great musical acts coming in December. Flamenco guitarist Todd Haaby and his group Sola Via return to the Tower on Saturday, December 3 at 7:30pm for a fantastic night of Latin music by this award winning guitarist. Blind Boys of Alabama perform on Thursday, December 22 at 7:30pm. In a remarkable holiday event, these living legends of gospel music mix spirituallyrooted Christmas standards with their signature songs for a roof-raising evening. Visit www.towertheatre.org for a complete schedule. The Cascade Theatrical Company presents Philip Grecian’s A Christmas Story from November 18 – December 11. Based on the movie A Christmas Story, the play brings humorist Jean Shepherd’s memoir of growing up in the Midwest in the 1940s to life as it follows 9-year-old Ralphie Parker in his quest to get a genuine Red Ryder BB gun under the tree for Christmas. Performances are WednesdaySaturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 2:00pm. Visit www.cacadestheatrical.org for the full season of plays, tickets and show times. Innovation Theatre Works offers two plays this Holiday season starting with A Christmas Memory by Truman Capote from December 2-18. This loving memory of childhood by one of our nation’s celebrated authors is retold for us by one of Central Oregon’s well know figures, Bob Shaw. The Santaland Diaries by David Sedaris runs November 29 - December 22. This hilarious play recounts Mr. Sedaris’s true experiences as one of Santa’s elves at Macy’s in New York City. Visit www.innovationtw.org for exact dates and show times of both plays.

appearances at Jim goes before the Jingle Bell Jury! Visit www.bendtheatre.org for tickets. Jazz at the Oxford Hotel offers an entire winter season of great jazz musicians coming to Bend. An evening with the incomparable Diane Schuur two time Grammy award winner and renowned jazz, pop and blues vocalist and pianist will perform are on Friday, November 25 at 8:00pm and Saturday, November 26 at 5:30pm and 8:00pm. Tom Grant Christmas featuring Shelly Rudolph and Jackie Nicole performances are on Thursday, December 22 at 8:00pm and Friday, December 23 at 5:00pm and 8:00pm. Master pianist, accomplished singer and smooth jazz pioneer, Tom Grant celebrates the joys of Christmas accompanied by Shelly Rudolph, a soulful and accomplished singer/songwriter and Jackie Nicole, a young singer with a superstar future. Smokin’ Blues, Jazz & Soul with Mel Brown’s B-3 Organ Group. The iconic “Gentleman of Jazz,” drummer Mel Brown returns with an all-star band anchored by organ master player, Louis Pain, a veteran of the Bay Area music scene, saxophonist Renato Caranto and versatile master guitarist Dan Balmer. Performances are on Friday, January 13 at 8:00pm and Saturday, January 14 at 5:00pm and 8:00pm. Visit www.oxfordhotelbend.com/jazz-at-the-oxford for a complete schedule of events.

The Central Oregon School of Ballet will be presenting their 26th Anniversary of The Nutcracker. This ballet is a great holiday tradition for audiences of all ages to enjoy the Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Performances at Bend Senior High School on Saturday, December 3, at 3pm and 7pm the same evening and on Sunday, December 4 at 3:00pm. Visit www.centraloregonschoolfofballet.com for more information. Central Oregon Mastersingers presents Handel’s Messiah at the Tower Theatre. The 43-voice choir accompanied by an 18-piece orchestra present the choral masterpiece, under the direction of Clyde Thompson. Plus, you’re invited to “sing-along” on three of the most familiar choruses. Performances on Saturday, December 17 at 7:30pm and Sunday, December 18 at 2pm. Visit www.towertheatre.org for tickets. Join the Cascade Chorale for the 7th Annual Holiday Magic concerts – a benefit event for Abilitree. Under the direction of James W. Knox, the Cascade Chorale and members from the Central Oregon Symphony put on a holiday concert filled with spectacular seasonal music. Performances are at Summit High School auditorium on Friday, December 9 at 7pm and Sunday, December 11 at 3pm. Visit www.cascadechorale.org for tickets and more information. Bend Theatre for young people will present the Jingle Bell Jury with performances on Friday, December 2 at 7 pm and Saturday, December 3 at 2 pm at the Presbyterian Church. Something is amiss in the small town of Candy Cane: young Jim Dandy has shown blatant contempt for the Christmas Spirit! Join in the fun as Jim is hauled in to the Candy Cane Courtroom to make his case. Who knows how many of your favorite characters from classic Christmas literature may make Old Mill Holiday Guide 2011 | www.theoldmill.com |9


Old Mill District HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS Celebrity Santa

Take a photo with the holiday’s biggest celebrity ... Santa! Parents join in the fun by guessing the Celebrity Santa of the day. Friday, November 25, 11am-5pm

Tree of Joy Special Guest Santa Beaver on November 27

Saturdays & Sundays, November 26December 18, 11am-5pm Wednesday - Friday, December 21-23, 11am-5pm

Carriage Rides

The Old Mill District provides complimentary carriage rides with Wagon’s Ho. Located between Ben & Jerry’s and O Mo Mo! Tips and donations benefiting Kids Center. (Carriage rides are weather dependent.)

November 25-December 16 This season give a gift to someone in need. Names may be selected from the Tree of Joy through December 16.

Roving Musical Performances Carolers music schedule (subject to change):

December 3, 11-12 noon, Summit High School December 3, 1-2pm, MVHS Andante Jazz Choir December 8, 5:30-6:30pm, Bend Senior High School December 10, 1-2pm, MVHS Andante Jazz Choir December 10, 3:30-4:30pm, Sisters High School Jazz Choir December 11, 1-2pm, Bend Senior High School

Fridays & Saturdays, November 25-December 17, 2-5pm

December 13, 6-7pm, High Desert Harmoneers

Wednesday -Friday, December 21-23, 2pm-5pm

December 14, 5:30-6:30pm, Victorian Carolers December 16, 5-6pm, Summit High School December 17, 3-5pm, Victorian Carolers December 18, 3-4pm, High Desert Harmoneers

The Deschutes Brewery Cup

U.S. Gran Prix of Cyclocross on Saturday -Sunday, December 10-11. Cyclocross races throughout the two days, Little Woody beer garden and more. Visit www.theoldmill.com/events/us-gran-prix-cyclocross/ for more information.

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Fashion Events

The Art We Love

Need an excuse to for a new outfit, necklace or great pair of shoes this holiday? Select retailers are hosting special fashion events during November and December.

First Friday Art Walk on Friday, December 2, 6-9pm at Atelier 6000, DeWilde Art & Glass, Lahaina Galleries, Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery and Tumalo Art Co.

REI Events

Intro to Skijoring on Tuesday, November 29 from 6-7:30pm. Come learn about a new winter activity to do with your dog. Intro to Skijoring with Ruff Wear. REI Used Gear Sale on Sunday, December 4 from 10am3pm. Members save big on used but useful merchandise. Items are one-of-a-kind; come early for best selection. Cross Country Skiing Basics on Monday, December 6 at 6pm. Snowshoes.com Get Going! Workshop on Tuesday, December 13 6:30-8pm. Workshops provide inspiration and education to become an active, knowledgeable and confident snowshoer!

Runs/Walks

Bend Turkey Trot on Thursday, November 24 at 9am. A 10K Run, 5K Run and 5K Walk benefiting Girls on the Run of Deschutes County. www.bendturkeytrot.com Jingle Bell Run on Saturday, December 3 at 11am. Tie jingle bells to your shoelaces. Run or walk a 1K/5K route to support the Arthritis Foundation. www.bendjinglebellrun.kintera.org

Downtown Events

Holiday Tree Lighting, Friday, November 26 at 6pm

Desperado is hosting a day of personal styling on Friday, November 25, from 12-5pm with Callan Lossenberg, Editor of CowGirl Magazine. Join Desperado for an afternoon of food, libations and the opportunity to visit with a local fashion icon. Acadia Footwear will host a Boots & Bubbly Benefit on December 3, from 12-5pm. Join the staff at Acadia Footwear for champagne cocktails and find a new warm, waterproof boot for winter. A percentage of the events proceeds will go to Deschutes Children’s Foundation. Saxon’s Fine Jewelers will be offering a men’s shopping night on Wednesday, December 14, from 68pm. Let the staff at Saxon’s help you find a great piece of jewelry for that special woman in your life and enter a chance to win a great piece of diamond jewelry .

Christmas Parade, Saturday, December 3 at 12noon

Visit www.theoldmill.com/events/ for more information

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Healthy Dining Over the Holidays from St. Charles Nutrition Program To make the holiday season more healthful and enjoyable, St. Charles Registered Dietitian RanDee Anshutz recommends setting realistic goals and advises that people should simply try to enjoy the holidays with family and friends while maintaining their current weight. To do so, Anshutz suggests eating a healthy snack that is low in fat and high in fiber such as an apple or veggie sticks with a low fat dip before attending holiday parties. “This can help you to avoid filling up on high-calorie treats or over-eating at the buffet line,” she said. After filling a plate of food, sit down, pay attention to what you’re eating and avoid unnecessary grazing. Remember that smaller portions can be savored slowly and that leftovers can be taken home for a snack or lunch. For parties, potlucks, or work events, offer to bring a healthy snack. The fruit or vegetable tray will add a nice balance to all the sweets. When preparing dishes, smaller amounts or lower fat alternatives can often be substituted in recipes to shave off some extra calories. “Also, beware of alcohol and other drinks high in calories,” Anshutz said. “So drink in moderation and remember that water is always a great choice.” Finally, make movement a part of the holiday experience with a nice after dinner walk or game of ball while the turkey is cooking. For more information, or to develop an individualized meal plan that fits your lifestyle and needs, contact a Registered Dietitian. The St. Charles Diabetes and Nutrition Program can be reached at 541-706-3752. To find healthy and affordable recipes visit www.healthyrecipes.oregonstate.edu/.

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Gran Prix of Cyclocross The Deschutes Brewery Cup

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The Old Mill District and Deschutes Brewery will host the 2011 U.S. Gran Prix of Cyclocross on December 10-11. Cyclocross consists of many laps on a short course, various terrain and numerous obstacles. The Deschutes Brewery Cup will follow a course similar to the course featured in the 2009-2010 USA Cyclocross National Championships and includes a fly-over, a classic set of stairs and surely mud galore. Cold weather, mud and snow are all part of what makes Cyclocross as much fun to watch as it is to race. Races run from 8am-4:30pm both days with Elite Pro races starting at 2:15pm and 3:30pm on Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Food vendors and a Deschutes Brewery beer garden round out the weekend

of races. There are entry level races, junior races, masters and pros races for men and women. This year the top pros will descend on Bend in what will be the final battle for the series title. Grab your cowbell and head to the Old Mill District to cheer on the youth, amateur and professional racers. There will be a clinic for both kids and adults on Friday, December 9. The Free Clif Bar Kids Clinic provides kids aged 10-14 with an opportunity to ride with pro riders from the Clif Bar team and learn basic skills and practice technique on the race course. The Course Preview Clinic offers adult racers the chance to ride with the pros from Team Specialized and learn how to attack the course and approach obstacles. For information on the 2011 US Gran Prix of Cyclocross and to register from these clinics and races visit www.usgpcyclocross.com.

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Deck the Walls with Central Oregon Designs The Old Mill District’s salute to Central Oregon landmarks continues in 2012 with Phil’s Trail, Summer Concerts, Tam McArthur and Old Mill District with limited edition posters and pint glasses by Paul Leighton of Steller Designs. Give a gift that has that true “Central Oregon feel” with these signature Central Oregon posters. Best of all, you can get them for FREE. Yes, that’s right - bring in receipts totaling $100 or more to the Oregon Duck Store and Central Oregon Visitors Association for your poster. Posters can also be purchased for $10 each. Pint glasses are $7 each and a set of four is $24. Go home happy! Great for any room in the home, these stunning posters are timeless works of art that you can enjoy every day. Put a smile on someone’s face this holiday season when you present them with a set of Central Oregon posters. We also have our signature pint glasses adorned with the same designs, but they are going fast … once they’re gone, they’re gone. Pint glasses and posters are also available for purchase at Visit Bend, Oregon Duck Store and Central Oregon Visitors Association.

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Wanderlust Tours specialize in taking small groups into remote natural areas while maintaining a low impact on the environment. All tours are led by professional naturalist guides, who take guests off trails and away from the big city into the snowy forests of the Cascade Mountains. Guides provide vibrant natural and cultural history interpretation along the way and include a great time in the snow at any age.

Starlight Snowshoe Tours Revel under the light of Central Oregon’s starry sky while on snowshoes! Tour participants will learn about the constellations, watch for shooting stars and listen for the hush of the nighttime forest of the Cascades. Guests will be served hot chocolate at the end of the tour. Moonlight Snowshoe Tours run for the few nights surrounding each full moon from December to April and take place in wilderness areas around Mt. Bachelor and the surrounding Deschutes National Forest. Starlight and Moonlight Snowshoe Tours are December 9-10. Bonfire on the Snow Snowshoe a short distance to a quiet spot in the snowy forest to bask at a glowing bonfire in the middle of an amazing amphitheater hand-carved into the snow! Relax around the fire enjoying delectable desserts and hot drinks while naturalist guides share fun facts about the forest, animal life and the night sky! Bonfire on the Snow dates are December 17, 23, 26, 28, 30 and 31. All half-day tours depart daily at 9am and 1:30pm from Bend and Sunriver. Isn’t it time to experience this special time of year in a whole new way? For reservations, information and a full schedule of these Winter tours call Wanderlust Tours at (541) 389-8359 or on-line at www.wanderlusttours.com. 14 | Old Mill District Holiday Guide 2011 | www.theoldmill.com


Annual winter festival offers thrills, spills and activities for the whole family! One of the best things about winter is it provides skiers and snowboarders a chance to catch some big air. In the Old Mill District thrill seekers and spectators alike can appreciate the demonstration of speed and height at the OnPoint Community Credit Union Oregon WinterFest. Presented by American Family Insurance, the event runs February 16 -19, 2012. Held over the President’s Day weekend the event is the Northwest’s largest winter festival. WinterFest’s main feature is the off-mountain rail jam— a colossal structure built in Bend’s Old Mill

District. The U.S. Cellular Rail Jam takes a team of design engineers a week to build, and requires fifty dump truck loads of snow to be hauled from Mount Bachelor into town. Family friendly activities include a kid’s performance and craft area with The Oregon Museum of Science (OMSI) Science Festival Kit including touch tables and brain teaser activities that will challenge a wide range of ages. Stroll through the European-style market, selling the Northwest’s best food, wine and fine art. Check out the amazing feats of snow carving and ice sculpting. Each evening offers

live music on an outdoor stage. Over the past seven years WinterFest has awarded over $40,000 to local and regional charities that serve Oregon communities. This charitable contribution is raised in part each year by WinterFest pass sales that go on sale in November at BendTicket.com and www.bendwinterfest.com.

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Good Food, Good Company … and the Fantastic Tidings of Central Oregon Craft Beer Here in Central Oregon, we are proud to boast some of the highest beer-percapita rates in the country. Perhaps there is no time of year in which we revel in our craft beer culture more than the holidays, when many of our favorite (okay … ALL of our…) local breweries release limited edition winter ales. These brews are created for the crisp winter days in Oregon, meant for sharing with friends and pairing with the rich and hearty foods that mark the holiday season. Here are just a few of the local beers brewed specifically to help you celebrate the winter season:

10 Barrel Brewing Pray for Snow:

Bend Brewing Company Doppelbock: This winter ale’s huge

malt aroma assails the nose with a sweet complexity. At the first sip, the beer slinks over the palate leaving in its wake an intense creamy, sweet, nutty maltiness and nuances of freshly baked bread. What’s not to love?

Brew Werks Red Flag Imperial:

A nutty red ale that will warm you up from the inside out with a solid 8 percent alcohol, this malty brew is medium hopped to go down just right. Not available at press time (comes out in November), the powers that be still need to taste the beer to give an accurate description, but we can pretty much guarantee one thing: it will be tasty!

Cascade Lakes Brewing Slippery

Slope: This new winter seasonal is replacing the brewery’s past holiday beer “Santa’s Little Helper.” This new full-bodied ale uses crystal malt and generous amounts of cascade hops to produce a well-balanced seasonal ale. So, whether your slippery slope is a mountain or your sidewalk (or possibly holidays with the in-laws) , this ale makes an excellent companion.

Deschutes Brewery Jubelale:

Jubelale is brewed with dark crystal malt creating a luscious holiday note with bountiful hops to excite the taste buds. For the past 17 years, Deschutes Brewery has selected a local Oregon artist to create an image evocative of the season’s festive atmosphere. The original artwork on the Jubelale label is a welcome addition each year to this

Boneyard Beer Femme Fatale: A

little bit different flavor for the season, this sour ale has been fermented with raspberries and has a medium body. Also known as the “breakfast beer” (ah, one we can have before hitting the slopes) for its morning flavor, this makes a great alternative to a bloody

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fantastic beer. The intricate and unique art on the label enhances the Jubelale experience much like beautiful wrapping paper enhances a gift.

Good Life Brewing Pass Stout:

Harkening back to the medieval times in England, when oats were a common ingredient in ale, oatmeal stout is gaining again in popularity. Nope, it doesn’t taste of oats, but is an extremely smooth, balanced brew with roast chocolate and coffee flavors. Perfect for warming up around the fire pit after a long day on the mountain.

McMenamin’s Kris Kringle: The

2011 version of this “winter warmer” highlights the rich, toasty, aromatic and chocolaty malt flavors as its very sturdy foundation. Four different hop varieties deliver a magnificent and massive hop assault. There’s still some ginger and cinnamon added into the batch but the spices are a little more subdued than in years’ past.

Phat Matt’s Brewing Company

Phat Matt’s IPA: While this brand-new brewery hasn’t been open long enough to even plan a winter seasonal, they did come out of the gates last September with a classic IPA that’s worth a mention. A deep golden, mild and malty brew, this IPA features late hop additions that contribute to floral and

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The snow is coming and what a better way to celebrate then with a chest warming Strong Ale built upon malt notes of caramel, vanilla, and molasses. These notes are married with a bubblegum and spice character provided by both English and domestic hops. To round out this beer 50 percent was aged in Brandy barrels to throw in some apricot, wood and peach notes. This will be the perfect beer to sit by the fire and wait for the snow to fly.

mary. Sit back, relax and enjoy your holidays with this hypnotic seduction.

pine aromas with a mellow, bitter finish.

Silver Moon Brewing’s Winter Moon Strong Ale: English IPA meets

northwest winter: this slightly darker IPA packs a smidge more heat to lift the winter chill. Winter Moon is brewed with American, British and Belgian malts. Organic New Zealand hops provide bitterness while American and British hops blend a complex spice finish.

Three Creeks Brewing Company’s Rudolph’s Imperial Red: Take Rudolph’s nose and multiply it exponentially – and you might get to the brightness of this Imperial Red. This big, dark holiday beer is due out just before Thanksgiving. It is about nine percent alcohol and features a hoppy balance with a delightful aroma. Enough to guide the sleigh, we’d say.

So raise a glass and toast the joys of the season with a local brew – there are plenty to choose from. Cheers!


Gift Guide Acadia Footwear

‘Twas the Teva of my dreams and boy did they look fine! Waterproof with cozy lining, I wish they were mine! When I tried them on, my feet were at ease .. Not a pinch was felt, not even a squeeze. A boot or a clog, either one would do … If I get one, it will be a happy holiday too!” Clogs $90 and boots $150. 541-389-8900

Anthony’s

For each $500 of gift cards purchased a $50 gift card is yours FREE. 541-389-8998

Atelier 6000

Beth Yoe’s jewelry is part of On and Off the Wall the December exhibition at Atelier 6000. Other works in the exhibition that would also make great gifts include prints by Pat Clark and ceramic art by Nancy Dasen. Jewelry by Beth Yoe ranging from $65-$165. 541-330-8759

Ben & Jerry’s

Buy $10 or more in gift cards and get a free small cone. 541-312-8115

Café Yumm!

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Banana Republic

A great holiday essential made with extra fine merino wool and button placket details that provide versatility for going to work or going out. Our Merino Cardigan ($69.50) is offered in several great colors. 541-385-8734

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Give the gift of Yumm! with a Café Yumm gift card. A soul satisfying… deeply nourishing ® way to say Happy Holidays! 541-318-9866

CAT6

Kids Love CAT6 Cash! This holiday season buy six and get one free. 541-848-4581

Western inspired slippers ($39.95 to $49.95) with warm fluffy linings and beautiful embroidery. 541-749-9980

DeWilde Art Glass

The perfect Christmas gift an iconic historical Bend emblem in leaded stained glass ($150) 541-419-3337

The Duck Store

Spread Duck Cheer This Holiday Season! Duck store gift certificates are great stocking stuffers and make the perfect gift for anyone who loves Oregon. 541-388-4435

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Flatbread Community Oven

For every $50 purchase in Flatbread gift cards you’ll receive a complimentary $10 gift card as our thanks! 541-728-0600.

Ginger’s Kitchenware Super Savings on our Knife of the Season! Wusthof Classic 8” Bread Knife with an amazing holiday sale price of $49.99 (a $70 savings) offered exclusively by Ginger’s Kitchenware. If it’s not in your kitchen, Try Ours. 541-617-0312

Greg’s Grill

Have your family join our family for our holiday dinner. Greg’s grill will be gifting $10 bonus gift card for every $50 gift card purchased. Enjoy our beautifully decorated restaurant with our professional staff, signature menu and wine list. Make your reservation today! (Offer expires 12/31/11). 541-382-2200.

Helly Hansen

This is a parka with style! Women’s Hilton Jacket ($260) offers an asymmetrical hem which allows unhindered leg movement. The jacket is waterproof, breathable and insulated with Warmcore by Primaloft. This jacket comes in Plum, Artic Blue and Ebony and both the hood and faux fur collar are detachable. 541-389-4100

J. Jill

Color is the perfect present (and future). The J.Jill holiday collection is here! Perfect to give (even better to receive) ... like our cotton cabled pullover sweater, $79. 541-617-8849

Lahaina Galleries

Small original paintings can be wrapped and placed under a tree to enjoy for Tumalo more than by Katherine Taylor 5x7 piece a lifetime. Only fourteen 5 x7 paintings available by Katherine Taylor ($390 each). Get them now for your holiday gift giving! 541-388-4404

Get outdoors in chilly, wet weather in a windproof pure wool sweater ($98) for men that repels water so you stay comfortable. Sweater is windproof, natural wool with fleece-lined collar and pockets in brown heather, loden, charcoal, navy. 541-312-8200

Level 2: Global Food Pastini Pasteria Pastini Pasteria gift cards make a & Lounge perfect holiday present for your friendHoliday Special! Buy $100 in gift cards for $80. 541-323-5382

who-has-everything, the kid’s soccer coach or a stocking stuffer for Mom. Holiday Special! For every $100 in gift cards you purchase, we’ll give you an extra $20 gift card. 541-749-1060

Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery

Share Your Passion for Art. Twin artists create internationally collected, award winning fiber art. Artwork by Give yourself or Lori & Lisa Lubbesmeyer your loved-one a gift that will be treasured for a lifetime. 541-330-0840

MIO SUSHI

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MIO Sushi gift cards make great gifts for the seafood lovers in your

O Mo Mo!

Warm her up with a scarf ($19 and $25). Give her the warmest and softest accessory this winter while ving her a fresh look. O Mo Mo! has fabulous gift ideas including bright and beautiful scarves for the special woman on your list. Don’t forget O Mo Mo! gift certificates are perfect for any fashionista! 541-350-8205 18 | Old Mill District Holiday Guide 2011 | www.theoldmill.com

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Red Robin

Red Robin gift certificates are a great way to celebrate a fun night out. For every $25 gift card purchased, receive $5 in Red Robin bonus bucks. 541-382-9234

Regal Cinemas

Regal Cinemas gift cards are available in $10, $25 and $50 increments at the Regal Cinemas box office. 541-312-2866

REI

Novara Zipper Balance Bike ($99.50 in blue or pink) helps young ones develop their balance and bike handling skills in an easy, fun and zippy way. REI has great gift ideas for the outdoor enthusiast of all ages and skill level. 541-385-0594


Savory Spice Shop

Our Pizza & Pasta Pairings Gift Set ($27) is certain to bring great flavor to any Italian dinner. Try Pesto Parmesan Sprinkle over warm pasta, pizza, mashed potatoes or a baguette to complete your meal. Savory Spice Shop offers over forty distinctive gift sets with prices ranging from $19-$69, you can find a memorable gift within your price point. 541-306-6855

Saxon’s Fine Jewelers

Pandora Create the ultimate gift of special moments starting at $25. Central Oregon’s largest selection of charms, bracelets and jewelry. 541-389-6655

Serendipity

Serendipy offering cards, paper and treasures is the ultimate destination for unique gifts, holiday cards, and custom gift wrapping this holiday season. 541-678-5607

Sunglass Hut

Not sure what to buy? Let them decide. Sunglass Hut Gift Cards never expire, no fees and are redeemable in stores! Lets us style them in Rayban, Oakley, Maui Jim, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Prada, Versace, and much much more! Give the gift of Style. 541-317-4713.

Strictly Organic Coffee Co.

Strictly Organic Coffee Co. offers a cozy place for checking your list twice while enjoying a hot chocolate or a great cup of coffee. We also offer many great gift ideas including our Nutcracker Blend Coffee. 541-647-1402

Tumalo Art Co.

Give an Original! Hand-blown glass, exotic turned wood, ceramics, mosaic, jewelry, sculpture and tiny art treasures, all just Hand Blown Glass by the right size for giving. Nancy Becker Our fine art ornaments have become a tradition find them by all of your favorite artists. Cards, prints and more help you give the gift of art this holiday season. 541-385-9144

Vanilla Urban Threads

This holiday season, give the gift that keeps on giving! For every pair of Toms shoes (ranging $44$54), a pair is donated to a child in need! Available for men and women at Vanilla! 541-617-6113

White House Black Market

A pleated knit dress ($168) with a removable sash belt that you’ll wear time and again—for work, dinner out or special events over the holidays. 541-385-6119

Wonderland Toys

Squishables! They’re giant, round, fuzzy, stuffed animals ($19-$48). Hug them. 541-706-9136.

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