• Quilts in the Garden Tour sets record
    Synchronicity, synergy, outstanding event organization, and a cadre of willing volunteers spelled unparalleled success for this year’s 22nd annual Quilts in the Garden Tour held July 11.
  • Blues phenom returns to Sisters
    Young blues sensation Christone “Kingfish” Ingram will be returning to the stage for the Sisters Rhythm & Brews Festival at the end of July.
  • Airport fly-in celebrates America
    A helicopter, a gyrocopter and many planes buzzed overhead and the engines of vintage hot rods and drag racers roared at Sisters Eagle Airport on Thursday, July 4, as hundreds of Sisters residents and visitors showed up to celebrate a power-packed Independence Day for the 7th annual Wings & Wheels Fly-in & Car Show.
  • Tour gave glimpse of artistic process
    Sunshine, blue skies and ideal temperatures made for a perfect weekend as art-loving visitors followed the blue and white signs to the Artist Studio Tour. Fields with crops growing and cows and sheep grazing made for peaceful drives to the studios outside of Sisters, while in town, art lovers walked or biked to see their favorite artists at work.
  • Stars over Sisters
    This past spring black holes made history when scientists published the first picture ever taken of a black hole in galaxy M87.
  • Featured quilters share a decade of creativity
    Betty Anne Guadalupe and Susan Cobb have been a quilting duo for a decade. This year they are the featured quilters for the 44th Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show (SOQS).
    
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  • Graffiti has been spray painted in several areas of Sisters in recent days and the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office is “actively trying to figure out who is doing it,” according to
  • Sisters is growing — fast. “The numbers aren’t big, but the rate of growth is jaw-dropping,” Damon Runberg, Regional State Economist for the Oregon Employment Department told t
  • Colorful quilts lined the streets creating a riot of color that spilled across downtown Sisters, soaking guests in a flood of design schemes on Saturday for the 44th annual Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show.
  • Montecinos earned FOSL scholarship
    The Peg Bermel, Friends of the Sisters Library Scholarship started in 2007 and Audrey Tehan, of the well-known Sisters Seed-to-Table Garden, was the first recipient. The award amount is $1,000 for the
  • EMT to visit Haiti on humanitarian trip
    Rachelle Beiler, Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire Department volunteer and student, is taking her knowledge of medicine to Haiti in November. Beiler, a recent graduate from Central Oregon Community College,
  • How much water do snowpacks hold?
    CORVALLIS — Oregon State University researchers have developed a new computer model for calculating the water content of snowpacks, providing an important tool for water-resource managers and av
  • Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO)’s Central Oregon PubTalk heads to Sisters Thursday, July 25 to see what’s been cooking in the entrepreneurial community. The event runs from
  • XPress Printing in Sisters was named among the top 100 small commercial printing companies in the U.S. by Print Magazine. XPress placed No. 94 on the list published in the July edition. Company owner
  • Dear Property Guy: With all the people moving here, and not enough new construction, Central Oregon property looks to be a solid investment. Especially with the stock market where it is. I am looking
  • Leotie Richards creates raffle quilt
    Visitors to the Apregan home and gardens, as part of the Sisters Garden Club’s Quilts in the Garden Tour on July 11, had an opportunity to view and purchase raffle tickets for an art quilt creat
  • Quilts in the Garden Tour sets record
    Synchronicity, synergy, outstanding event organization, and a cadre of willing volunteers spelled unparalleled success for this year’s 22nd annual Quilts in the Garden Tour held July 11. This ye
  • Sisters Folk Festival rolled out its final bookings for the 2019 festival which will take place September 6-8 throughout Sisters. There are additional offerings and new announcements to be made for th
  • It’s now July and summer’s long days provide me with more time for reading. While I have a variety of interests — historical fiction, mysteries, spy thrillers, and travel—I ten
  • Runners rally on the runway
    The annual Rally on the Runway 5 kilometer run and walk kicked off the Fourth of July festivities at the Eagle Airport early Thursday morning. The Rally includes a unique kick-off of a hot rod truck
  • Bike Day brings parade and fun to Sisters
    Bike decorating, a mini parade, and raffle prizes will brighten the streets of Sisters on July 21. Courtesy of Sisters Farmers Market and Eurosports, Bike Day celebrates healthy outdoor activity and c
  • Sisters bring nutrition therapy, wellness and barre
    Cindy Miskowiec is new to Sisters. She grew up in Florida, got a degree in psychology, and moved to Hawaii and Albuquerque. No matter where she landed, she danced, especially ballet. “I danced t
  • Allergy levels are high, but pine pollen is not to blame
    A fine mist of dust, electric-yellow, descends upon Sisters Country this time of year. It lands on decks, cars, and roads. It shudders onto the forest floor and sifts into people’s hair. It&rsq
  • The Mosaic Medical Mobile Community Clinic is returning to Sisters. They are now seeing patients at Ponderosa Heights Apartments, every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. “We are very excited to be bring
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Start Time: 11:00 AM
Location: Sisters, OR 97759
End Time: 2:00 PM
Email: sistersfarmersmarket@gmail.com
Website: sistersfarmersmarket.com
Sisters Farmers Market located at Fir Street Park. Join us for fresh produce and lunch.
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Start Time: 7:00 PM
Location: The Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration
68825 Brooks Camp Road
Sisters
End Time: 12:00 AM
Phone: 541-548-0440
Meetings are held every Thursday and Sunday at 7 p.m. at this location.
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