• Outlaws runners take first District title
    Outlaws runners take first District title
    After a number of close calls this season, the Outlaws boys cross-country team finally got the best of the Philomath Warriors as the two teams battled hammer and tongs at the Oregon West District Cross-Country Championships held on Saturday, November 2 at Stayton. 
  • “The Knot Rider” rides again
    “The Knot Rider” rides again
    A dozen or so years ago, renowned Sisters artist Paul Alan Bennett applied brush to board and created a whimsical piece called “The Knot Rider.”

    Bennett told The Nugget the story of how the idea for the painting came to him.
  • Enjoy Central Oregon’s wildlife safely
    Enjoy Central Oregon’s wildlife safely
    Central Oregon is full of wonderful wilderness areas and has some of the most spectacular hiking areas in the country.
  • Iconic family business wins honors
    Iconic family business wins honors
    Taking on a thriving family business and pushing it into new territory might sound like a dream job — but it can be extremely challenging.
  • Local authors shine at Festival of Books
    Local authors shine at Festival of Books
    Authors from the local community got their moment in the spotlight in the inaugural Sisters Festival of Books this past weekend. Local authors kicked off the weekend with a reception at FivePine Lodge on Friday evening.
  • Outlaws enjoyed downtown challenge race
    Outlaws enjoyed downtown challenge race
    Sisters’ entire volleyball program got together for their inaugural “Amazing Race” on Monday, September 30, and had a great time working together and competing as teams.
    
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  • A final salute to those who answered the call
    One of the most sacred obligations undertaken by Hospice of Redmond is honoring military veterans in their last days. The population of aging veterans is growing, and Hospice Veterans Outreach Coordin
  • Sisters celebrates one of its icons
    George Sproat’s family invited the community to come to Takoda’s last Friday night to celebrate his 90th birthday with a surprise party. It was standing room only as young and old alike ga
  • Demand is up at Kiwanis Food Bank
    Sisters Kiwanis Food Bank is vital to the food security of a significant segment of Sisters’ population. As the food bank moves into its busiest season, demand for its services is outpacing its
  • High school presents ‘Freaky Friday’ next week
    The Sisters High School music and fine arts departments will present the musical rendition of “Freaky Friday,” set for performances November 14-17 at the Sisters High School auditorium. A
  • Stars over Sisters
    The arrival of November is a reminder that autumn is deepening. Deciduous leaves (what’s left of them) are changing color and the spooky season is over. There is a shift toward colder weather, w
  • Film makes case for saving dark sky
    Among the many benefits of living in Central Oregon is the ability to go places where the night sky can be observed with relatively little interference from light pollution. Sisters Astronomy Club, a
  • Legislators tour Habitat projects
    Salem came to Sisters last week with a visit from Representatives Cheri Helt and Jack Zika who came to see two Habitat for Humanity projects, Village Meadows South and ClearPine. The legislators were
  • Laird Superfood awarded for excellence
    Local up-and-comer Laird Superfood received an Award of Excellence in Economic Development at the annual convention of the Oregon Economic Development Association (ODEA) in Salem, October 27. Paul Hod
  • Iconic family business wins honors
    Taking on a thriving family business and pushing it into new territory might sound like a dream job — but it can be extremely challenging. Justin, Jesse and Jared Durham of Sisters Coffee Co. ha
  • High school presents ‘Freaky Friday’ next week
    The Sisters High School music and fine arts departments will present the musical rendition of “Freaky Friday,” set for performances November 14-17 at the Sisters High School auditorium. A
  • Most of the year, the 1,000 square miles of the Black Rock Desert in northwest Nevada sit isolated, occupied by wildlife that has adapted to thrive in the harsh environment. Two nearby towns, Empire a
  • Artist Sandy Dutko explores, experiments
     Sandy Dutko doesn’t know a time in her life without art. “I knew I liked it when I was in kindergarten, and my teacher said I had artistic talent,” she said. “I was the o
  • Seattle Seahawks defeat San Francisco 49ers (?)
    Football fans, you need to watch the November 11 Monday Night Football game, the visiting Seattle Seahawks (6-2) playing the undefeated San Francisco 49ers (7-0). National Football League (NFL) Playof
  • Thorsett, Bowen qualify for state in cross-country
    Ella Thorsett and Kate Bowen have punched their tickets to run at this Saturday’s OSAA Oregon State Cross-Country Championships. The full Outlaws team fell just short of qualifying after placing
  • Warren Miller films supports ski team
    The Sisters High School Ski Team is presenting Warren Miller’s new ski film in its traditional annual team fundraiser. The showing is set for Saturday, November 30 at 7 p.m. at Sisters High Scho
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Start Time: 11:00 AM
Location: Sisters Park & Recreation District
1750 W. McKinney Butte
Sisters
End Time: 4:00 PM
Phone: 541-549-2091
Website: http://sistersrecreation.com
SAGE meets weekdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Start Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church
386 N. Fir St.
Sisters
End Time: 1:00 PM
Phone: 541-549-8737 or 541-549-1527
Meetings are held every Monday.
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Start Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church
386 N. Fir St.
Sisters
End Time: 12:00 AM
Phone: 541-548-0440
Meetings are held every Monday at this location.
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Start Time: 6:00 PM
Location: 303 W Hood Ave
Sisters 97759
Join us for an evening of Simon & Garfunkel songs, and Simon solo hits, with One Trick Pony (on tour from Seattle!). Enjoy great food and drinks, and sing along with your favorites. The Open Door in Sisters, OR! Monday, November 11th. 6-8pm Free Admission - ALL AGES! One Trick Pony is tribute to the music of singer-songwriter Paul Simon. Covering songs from the 60's Simon & Garfunkel days, 70's hits and beyond, Michael draws the audiences into spirited sing-alongs. Folks also enjoy humorous and insightful stories into how some of the songs came to be: "The Sound of Silence", "Mrs. Robinson", "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)" and more. Beyond the singer-with-guitar show, Trew performs on piano "Bridge Over Troubled Water", "Still Crazy After All These Years", flute for "El Condor Pasa", and with rhythm looping, brings to life "You Can Call Me Al" and "Late in the Evening" Michael has been touring the US regularly since 2008, with rock group The Autumn Electric, solo, and as half of the acclaimed S&G tribute The Graduates. https://www.reverbnation.com/onetrickponypaulsimontribute https://www.facebook.com/onetrickponypaulsimontribute
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