Untitled Improv Company Presents: “Shave & a Haircut” at 2nd Street Theater. The improv duo of Chelsea Woodmansee and Aaron Mitchel, will be performing a long-form completely improvised One-Act play inspired by audience suggestions. Afterwards is the infamous improv “Jam” where members from the audience get on stage and try their hand in the art of improv. Always a fun entertaining night uniting the community through the art of improv.
Mid Oregon Credit Union invites you to FREE DAY at the High Desert Museum. Enjoy all that the museum has to offer both indoors and out for free … Be eye-to-eye with a raptor, step back in time and explore how Native Americans, fur trappers and settlers lived in the harsh High Desert climate, learn about the Otters, porcupine, skunk and other animals who make the museum their home.
For the Love of Pets Benefit Festival (FLP) is a free, dog-friendly community festival that benefits Brightside Animal Center, Three Rivers Humane Society and Humane Society of the Ochocos. The festival is host to an IPA tasting, live music, great food and adoptable pets galore.
Raffle and giveaway announcements every hour!
Find additional information about the IPA tasting, raffle, silent auction and more at FLPBenefit.com.
The Sisters Folk Festival is a three-day celebration of roots music from blues to bluegrass, held the weekend following Labor Day in beautiful Sisters, Oregon. Many of the greatest folk musicians in the country have graced the Sisters Folk Festival with their talents. The Festival hosts eleven stages, including a 900 seat venue at the Village Green Park in downtown Sisters and 1,100 seats at Sisters Art Works. There will be numerous food & drink vendors throughout the festival and restaurants along the walking routes between stages. Parking is free. This has become a wildly popular event so get your tickets early !! Check out the Sisters Folk Festival website for information and tickets.
Ticket holder bears all risks, including cancellation of the event, or any parts of the event, due to inclement or dangerous weather, fire, smoke or other Acts of God. Sisters Folk Festival reserves the right to cancel the event, or any parts of the event, in circumstances we deem unsafe for ticket holders, musicians and festival attendees. In case of such a cancellation, tickets will not be refunded
The 11th Annual 4 Peaks Music Festival is an intimate family-friendly, eclectic festival that spans many genres of legendary musicians. It will kick off your summer perfectly. Camping (with GORGEOUS views) is free as are kids 10 and under. This is 3 days, 3 nights of music, family, friends, and fun! This event is held at the Stevenson Ranch on Knott Rd. The festival brings great national touring acts to Central Oregon and creates a community of artists and attendees that will last throughout the years. You can choose to camp on site for the entire 3 days or buy tickets to individual musical events. There will be several food and drink vendors on site . For more information and to view the extensive musical line up, check out the 4 Peaks website.
Madeleine Peyroux continues her musical journey of exploring beyond the ordinary with her latest recording “Secular Hymns”. This is a captivating “melange” of funk, blues and jazz. With her seductively expressive voice, Peyroux intimately renders tunes by famous blues artists, classic gospel singer, contemporary and not so contemporary composers and more. She has been touring with guitarist, Jon Herington and upright bassist Barak Mori for two years. As a trio, their synergy is evident and contributes to the quality of music. Tickets may be purchased on line or by calling the Tower Theater at 541-317-0700.
Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root fame, brings The Uprooted Tour to The Tower Theater. Dirk Miller (guitar player of Rusted Root) joins him for this unique musical event. Glabicki is a multifaceted musician, producer and songwriter. His creative talents are extremely uplifting. Order tickets on line or call The Tower at 541-317-0700.
Under the direction of Master Sergeant Jeremy Laukhuf, the Commanders Jazz Ensemble carries on the American musical tradition of the great traveling big bands yet offers a lot more than big-band sounds. This energetic group of 20 highly trained professional airmen-musicians offers an entertaining show in which you are likely to hear the music of jazz legends Duke Ellington, Woody Herman, and Count Basie as well as contemporary big-band leaders and composers such as Gordon Goodwin and Maria Schneider. And no concert would be complete without a tribute to the late Major Glenn Miller and his famous Army Air Corps band. Enjoy this splendid excursion into big-band and jazz favorites. This event is FREE at The Tower Theater but tickets are required.
Mountainfilm on Tour brings a selection of culturally rich, adventure-packed documentary films curated from the Mountainfilm festival held every Memorial Day weekend in Telluride, Colorado. The Environmental Center is hosting two nights of films that will inspire you to create a better world, with different playlists each evening. Intermission features a great raffle with grand prize packages from local gear and bike shops. Come enjoy some exceptional films, and help support a sustainable future in Central Oregon! Evening shows start at 7pm at The Tower Theater.
FRIDAY Night Films
120 Days: Tarpon Season | 8
Johanna Under the Ice | 4
The Perfect Flight | 6
Cowtown | 11
The High Five | 11
Owl Dance-Off: Part II | 2
Where the Wild Things Play | 4
Whitefish. Proven Here. | 5
Brette | 11
The Seed Vault: Preserving Crop Diversity, Forever. | 17
Lost in Light | 3
SATURDAY Night Films
Denali’s Raven | 9
Ascend | 6
John Shocklee: A Fairy Tale | 7
My Irnik | 16
Zain’s Summer: From Refugee to American Boy | 13
Dawn to Dusk | 2 Intermission 20
HAFE: The Story Behind | 6
Guilt Trip | 37
La Langosta | 2
Fly Fishing Film Tour 2018 is a one of a kind experience. The F3T is packed with remarkable films, topnotch stories and imagery that will fuel your dreams for months to come. The emphasis is on the stories, characters and fisheries that help make up the vast world of fly fishing. This film will take you from Michigan to Honduras, from Wyoming to Greenland, from the edge of your seat to the end of the earth and back. There will be two showings on Feb. 17th. 4:00pm and 8:00pm . Call or go on line for tickets at the Tower Theater.