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Bluegrass band to offer workshops, concert

Award-winning Bluegrass band Special Consensus is headed to Sisters on Friday, May 5 for a set of workshops at Nechville Banjos West, followed by an evening performance at The Belfry.... — Updated 5/5/2023


Artist and pastor complete storytelling project

The Reflections of Jesus Project at Sisters Community Church (SCC) is near completion. The art collection, which includes nearly 40 paintings and pastoral commentaries, is being produced by... — Updated 5/5/2023


Astronomy Club to hold telescope workshop

The Sisters Astronomy Club opens its 2023 public observing season with a telescope workshop Saturday evening April 29 at the Sisters Park & Recreation District (SPRD), beginning at 7:30... — Updated 5/5/2023


Sisters singers take stage at Tower

Sisters choir students took the stage last Saturday at the Tower Theater in the Stage the Change student conference. The conference is designed to inspire and teach attendees to employ the... — Updated 5/5/2023

 By Helen Schmidling    A & E

April Artwalk explodes in vibrant color

April Artwalk welcomes home Raven Makes and Toriizaka Art gallery owners from art expeditions. Stitchin’ Post’s Fabric Arts Gallery will display the work of artist Judy Hoiness, recently featured on Oregon Art Beat. Hoiness is known for... — Updated 4/26/2023

 By Helen Schmidling    A & E

Project a good sign for creative team

Last week, Sisters was home to the first-ever "Sign Camp," the brainchild of Sisters resident John Mearns. The project was filled with collaborative synergy, fueled by enthusiasm and a... — Updated 4/25/2023


Documentary screening features Veterans Ranch

The Central Oregon Veterans Ranch will screen its newly released documentary “Cover Me, The Path to Purpose” in Bend at Open Space Event Studios Saturday, April 29, with two showings for veterans, their families, and community members.... — Updated 4/25/2023


Stars over Sisters

Crater is a relatively faint, small springtime constellation that is visible from our latitude here in Central Oregon. Crater is the 53rd largest constellation, taking up 282 square degrees... — Updated 4/18/2023

 By Bill Bartlett    A & E

The art of rodeo on display in poster unveiling

Dixie's on East Cascade Avenue turned into an art gallery of sorts on Friday, March 31, as dozens of Sisters Rodeo dignitaries and guests crowded into the store for the unveiling of the 2023... — Updated 4/18/2023


Crowell recounts Sisters' logging history

Jim Crowell offered "An Insider's View of Local Logging, Lumber & Milling" at the March 28 Fireside Story evening hosted by the Three Sisters Historical Society at the FivePine... — Updated 4/18/2023


Community poetry night on tap in Sisters

Paulina Springs Books will host a community poetry night in celebration of National Poetry Month on Tuesday, April 18. The event will feature a poetry open mic followed by a reading by... — Updated 4/18/2023


SPRD to host Kids Carnival

Sisters Park & Recreation District (SPRD) is hosting a new community event this Saturday, April 15, from 1 to 3 p.m. Community members are invited to come down to the Coffield Center to attend the Kids Carnival, free of charge. Activities... — Updated 4/11/2023


Sisters Rhythm and Brews Festival called off this year

Organizers of the Sisters Rhythm and Brews Festival have called off this summer’s music event. In a statement, Joe and Jenn Rambo of Sisters said, “Just as the tides ebb and flow, so in turn does life. Hosting a festival during the pande... — Updated 4/11/2023


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