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Classical Concert IV Sunriver Music Festival

Don’t miss this last Classical Concert of the 40th anniversary of Sunriver Music Festival .  Performance will be in the historic and beautiful Great Hall at Sunriver.

Featuring Sean Chen, piano

LIGETI  Concert Romanesc
GRIEG  Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 16
SCHUMANN  Symphony No. 3 in E-flat Major (Rhenish), Op. 97

Tickets can be purchased online at:  http://www.sunrivermusic.org/events/classical-concerts

Classical Concert III Sunriver Music Festival

The beautiful, historic Great Hall at Sunriver Resort will host Classical Concert III of the Sunriver Music Festival Featuring Steven Moeckel, Alexander Lipay, Ellen Deffner

BACH  Concerto for Flute, Violin, and Harpsichord in A Minor, BWV 1044
DVORAK  Serenade for Winds in D Minor, Op. 44
TCHAIKOVSKY  Serenade for Strings in C Major, Op. 48

Tickets may be purchased online at:  series.http://www.sunrivermusic.org/events/classical-concerts

Classical Concert II-Sunriver Music Festival

Sunriver Music Festival presents their second classical concert of the season.  This concert features the incredible pianist, Sean Chen.  The Central Oregon Mastersingers will also perform with retiring concertmaster, Clyde Thompson.  Featured pieces will be Mozart’s Requiem in D Minor and Beethoven’s Fantasy in C Minor.  Tickets may be purchased online at:  http://www.sunrivermusic.org/events/classical-concerts

Sunriver Music Festival – Classical Concert I

The 40th anniversary of the Sunriver Music Festival features world-class musicians from around the nation and amazing guest artists.   The festival begins with Classical Concert I at The Tower Theater.  This concert features concertmaster Steven Moeckel and pieces from Rossini, Mendelssohn, Kip Winger, and Mozart.  Tickets can be purchased online at : http://www.sunrivermusic.org/events/classical-concerts

Knee Pain – Free Seminar – Bistro 28

Is knee pain affecting your life?  Join orthopedic surgeon Dr. Blake Nonweiler from The Center for a FREE seminar on knee pain diagnosis and treatment. This event takes place at Bistro 28 at the Bend Athletic Club.

Dr. Nonweiler will discuss:
Impact on quality of life
Arthritis of the knee
Surgical and non-surgical treatment options
Mako robotic-arm assisted partial knee replacement
Q & A

Summer Camp! Kids Camp

Summer Camp! Kids Camp

9:00 am—3:00 pm

All camps this session are K—5th

 

 

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by ACTIVE Network

 

 

August 14—18

Flying Wild (K-1st): It’s and eagle, an owl, no it’s a turkey vulture! Learn about wings and flight in this high flying camp. Why do some birds soar and glide while others have to flap their wings a lot? How do they hunt and what do they eat? This camp will teach all that and more through fun and exciting hands on activities and crafts. Try your hand at being a bird and completing the Bird Olympics.

By Air, Land Sea (2nd-3rd): Planes, boats, tanks and jeeps are some of the things we will be exploring. Walk through the exhibit WW11: The High Desert Homefront and learn about the connection we have to WW II here in the High Desert. Build planes, see what materials float and build a boat, can you get your tank or jeep to move over different types of terrain. Sorry, FULL. Sign up for waitlist.

Wildlife Care (4th-5th): What do river otters, barn owls and king snakes all have in common?  They’re carnivores that live at the High Desert Museum! Learn how the diets of carnivores and herbivores are different and what special care each animal requires.  

 

Members $170, non-members $195

Extended care: 7:45 am—9:00 am, $45 | 3:00 pm—5:15 pm, $45,
Both mornings and afternoons, $70

A $25 cancellation fee per camp will apply.

Event Date: 

Monday, August 14, 2017 – 9:00am to Friday, August 18, 2017 – 3:00pm

Summer Camp! Kids Camp

Summer Camp! Kids Camp

9:00 am—3:00 pm

All camps this session are K—5th

 

 

Register Now

by ACTIVE Network

 

July 10—14

Flying Wild (K-1st): It’s and eagle, an owl, no it’s a turkey vulture! Learn about wings and flight in this high flying camp. Why do some birds soar and glide while others have to flap their wings a lot? How do they hunt and what do they eat? This camp will teach all that and more through fun and exciting hands on activities and crafts. Try your hand at being a bird and completing the Bird Olympics. Sorry, FULL. Sign up for waitlist.

By Air, Land Sea (2nd-3rd): Planes, boats, tanks and jeeps are some of the things we will be exploring. Walk through the exhibit WW11: The High Desert Homefront and learn about the connection we have to WW II here in the High Desert. Build planes, see what materials float and build a boat, can you get your tank or jeep to move over different types of terrain. Sorry, FULL. Sign up for waitlist.

STEM Studio for Girls (4th-5th): Ready, set, let’s make! Are you curious about how and why things work? Be a maker this week. We’ll craft and build things. We’ll investigate circuits and LEDs. Use your imagination to make various projects, using tools such as a saw, hammer and drill. Take you creations home and show them off to your family. Sorry, FULL. Sign up for waitlist.
 

Members $170, non-members $195

Extended care: 7:45 am—9:00 am, $45 | 3:00 pm—5:15 pm, $45,
Both mornings and afternoons, $70

A $25 cancellation fee per camp will apply.

Event Date: 

Monday, July 10, 2017 – 9:00am to Friday, July 14, 2017 – 3:00pm

Vulture Venture

Vulture Venture

5K Trail Run & Walk

Saturday, June 17

In honor of the Museum’s 35th anniversary, we are bringing back one of our earliest fundraisers! This family-friendly event will be held on the Museum’s dirt roads and trails.

Admission (on event day) will be included with race entry so that visitors can discover and enjoy all that the Museum has to offer. Costumes are encouraged and prizes will be awarded (dress as your favorite High Desert animal or as an early pioneer).

There will be a post-event celebration including a health and wellness fair, food/beverage (including Bloody Marys), live music, kids activities and an opportunity to interact with our beloved living history characters. Proceeds will support the Museum’s exhibits, wildlife, educational programs and access initiatives. 

Course: 
This course is on Museum grounds on primarily dirt roads and trails.  It is not ADA accessible.  Strollers and pets are not permitted.  More details coming soon.

Awards: 
Awards will be issued to the top three overall male and female finishers in each age bracket (under 8, 8-11, 12-15, 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+).  All finishers will receive a head band and Vulture Venture mason jar.

Early-bird pricing through May 5:  $25 non-members, $20 members, $15 youth (ages 8-12). Museum admission included in the cost.

Kids Dash: $5 per child (12 and under).

Join us at Footzone on the evening of First Friday, May 5, to register in person.

Price increase after May 5:  $30 non-members, $25 members, $20 youth (ages 8-12).

Race-day registration:  $40 non-members, $35 members, $30 youth (ages 8-12).

Please inquire about group rates to Heather Vihstadt at 541-382-4754 ext. 248.

T-shirts:

Vulture Venture unisex two-tone ringer vintage-style tee:  $15.

Rules & Regulations:

Runners/walkers are not permitted on the course in advance of the event.

Race entries cannot be exchanged. Do not wear the bib number of another registrant.

Pets and strollers are not permitted on the course.

You must obey all directions of course monitors and safety personnel.

Unregistered participants are not allowed.

Headphones are permitted, but for your safety and the safety of others, please keep volume low enough to hear race officials and participants who may want to pass. 

Refund Policy:

Full refunds (less credit card processing fees) for cancellations made at least 90 days in advance. Partial refunds (50%) for cancellations made less than 90 days in advance, but more than one month prior to the race. No refunds after May 17, 2017.  

Packet Pick-up:

Packet Pick-up will take place at Footzone Bend located at 842 NW Wall St. on Friday, June 16 from 10:00 am  – 7:00 pm.

Questions:

Contact Heather Vihstadt, Director of Development, at heatherv@highdesertmuseum.org or 541-382-7454, ext. 248.

Sponsors:

Download sponsorship opportunities here. 

Fundraise for the Museum by sharing your own Active fundraising page:  

Incentives:

Raise $50 – Receive one free race entry and a guest pass to visit the Museum again;
Raise $100 – Receive one free race entry, a Vulture Venture T-shirt, two guest passes for you and a friend to visit the Museum again;
Raise $250 – Receive two free race entries, two Vulture Venture T-shirts, a one–year Individual Plus membership and admission for two to the Raptors of the Desert Sky seasonal flight show;
Raise $500 – Receive four free race entries, four Vulture Venture T-shirts, a one-year family membership, and a Guardian “Adopt an Animal” package

 

Race starts at 8:00 am at the Museum.

 

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Event Date: 

Saturday, June 17, 2017 – 8:00am to 9:00am