• Women Build for Sisters Habitat
    Last week more than 50 local women, including teams from Washington Federal Bank and Heart of Oregon Corps YouthBuild, worked on four homes in Sisters Habitat’s Village Meadows neighborhood as part of Sisters Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build Week.
  • Sisters Habitat relocates store
    Twenty-six years ago, it took a village of volunteers to open a small thrift store on Main Avenue to benefit Sisters Habitat for Humanity’s building program.
  • Take a walk through Sisters history
    In honor of National Historic Preservation Month, Three Sisters Historical Society Interim President Floyd Leithauser, whose ancestors came to Sisters in 1911, will lead a guided history tour of Cascade Avenue on Saturday, May 18, 1 p.m. Those wishing to join the tour can meet Leithauser in the parking lot in front of City Hall prior to 1 p.m. and be prepared to walk for about an hour.
  • Reenactor reaches out to touch history
    When the guns crack and thunder across the meadow at House On Metolius next weekend, Jim Stanovich will be in the thick of the heavy black powder smoke.
  • Students, artists, and community celebrate the arts
    Students and teachers from all three Sisters schools joined forces for the 18th annual My Own Two Hands (MOTH) celebration for the arts.
  • Art party raises thousands for programs
    Celebrating the arts in Sisters helps make it possible for every student in the Sisters School District to experience art as a part of their lives. Each year, hundreds of people come together to help support the arts at the My Own Two Hands Art Auction & Party. 
    
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  • Acting on a tip from the organization Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC), Deschutes County Detectives served a search warrant at the residence of George C. Staab on Cayuse Drive in Sisters on Tue
  • The Jaschke family 
is finally home
    February 25 of last year was a night the Jaschke family will never forget. They woke to their home in Panoramic View Estates east of Sisters engulfed in flames and were lucky to get out alive. After f
  • Two positions on the Sisters Park & Recreation (SPRD) Board of Directors are on the ballot in the May 21 election; one of the two is contested. Heath Foott is standing for reelection to Position 4
  • Take a walk through Sisters history
    In honor of National Historic Preservation Month, Three Sisters Historical Society Interim President Floyd Leithauser, whose ancestors came to Sisters in 1911, will lead a guided history tour of Casca
  • Reenactor reaches out to touch history
    When the guns crack and thunder across the meadow at House On Metolius next weekend, Jim Stanovich will be in the thick of the heavy black powder smoke. For the past 28 years, Stanovich, of Knappa, Or
  • Warm Springs second-graders visit Sisters farm
    On April 9, 40 second-graders from the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs traveled on a school bus to Sisters. They disembarked on ancestral lands of the Northern Paiute tribe, which is now the home
  • Cowgirls & Indians to close in June
    After 16 years of rounding up the finest Western clothing, art and accessories at Cowgirls & Indians Resale in Sisters, Kate Aspen is hanging up her spurs. Health challenges mean that Aspen is clo
  • Women Build for 
Sisters Habitat
    Last week more than 50 local women, including teams from Washington Federal Bank and Heart of Oregon Corps YouthBuild, worked on four homes in Sisters Habitat’s Village Meadows neighborhood as p
  • Sisters Habitat relocates store
    Twenty-six years ago, it took a village of volunteers to open a small thrift store on Main Avenue to benefit Sisters Habitat for Humanity’s building program. A larger store was later built on th
  • Corvettes and Porsches show at City Hall
    If you have ever had an interest in seeing classic Corvettes and Porsches up close, or wanted to learn more about either of these two sports-car brands, now is the time. The High Desert Corvette Club
  • Peter Rowan will play Sisters Folk Festival
    Peter Rowan & the Free Mexican Airforce featuring Los Texmaniacs will take the stage at the Sisters Folk Festival on Friday night, September 6. Rowan will also perform a solo set Saturday and Los
  • Art party raises thousands for programs
    Celebrating the arts in Sisters helps make it possible for every student in the Sisters School District to experience art as a part of their lives. Each year, hundreds of people come together to help
  • Girls tennis wraps up season
    The Lady Outlaws wrapped up district play on Thursday, May 9, at Black Butte Ranch. Four players, Ramsey Schar, Ellie Rush, and doubles pair Lauren Fitzke and Sophia Silva all competed in the consolat
  • The boys lacrosse team split their games this past week; a 16-1 loss at Bend on Thursday, and a 10-5 win at home against Forest Grove (FG) on Saturday. On Thursday, the Outlaws faced a very experience
  • The Sisters Outlaws team of Savy Salisbury, Sidney Sillers and Bailey Knirk are state champions in Team Penning. The team beat out 30 other competitors from around the state in Oregon High School Eque
  • 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
  • Pinworms make their unpleasant rounds across Sisters
    The common intestinal parasite known as pinworm or threadworm is affecting some Sisters residents. A pharmacist at Bi-Mart said Friday that the store’s inventory of pinworm medicine had sold out
  • The Center keeps Sisters kids safe in sports
    High school athletics can be one of the most beneficial aspects of a student’s education — but injury can cloud the experience. In recent years as coaches, medical professionals, student-a
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Start Time: 9:00 AM
Location: 69877 Meadow View Road
Sisters 97759
End Time: 4:00 PM
Phone: 541815-1975
Email: dbanks@bendbroadband.com
Website: http://nwcwc.net
Civil War Coming to Central Oregon The Northwest Civil War Council will present a full Civil War reenactment at The House On Metolius Meadow, Saturday and Sunday, May 18 & 19, 2019. The reenactment and living history camps include over 200 Civil War reenactors presenting living conditions and circumstances of the 1860s, as well as battle reenactments. This is the only event of its kind in Central Oregon. The beautiful mountain meadow setting offers over five acres of living history with reenactors and characters in period clothing and uniforms. Campsites, stores, medical practice demonstrations, fashion, life on the home front and other activities of the era are displayed as well as Civil War artillery, infantry and cavalry. Mock battles, firing real black powder, are scheduled for 11:00 am and 3:00 pm each day. Presentations continue throughout the day. The event is open to the public from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday and 9am to 4:00 pm on Sunday. Dress for weather and walking shoes are advised. General admission, $8.00. Seniors, active military and students, $5.00. Children under six, free. Family maximum, $25.00. Parking, $5 per vehicle with a donation to the Boy Scouts. The House On Metolius (http://www.metolius.com) is off Oregon Highway 126 / US-20, two miles north of Camp Sherman, off road 1420. The Northwest Civil War Council (http://nwcwc.net) is a non-profit, living history organization dedicated to educating the public and members about the American Civil War. Through educational drama at reenactments, participants discover and learn about history and the people who lived in the years 1860 - 1864.
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Start Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Sisters
Join the Deschutes Land Trust and Mary Yanalcanlin of East Cascades Audubon Society for a bird walk just for kids! Wander around Hindman Springs looking for birds and nests while learning about bird behavior and habitat. Explore the world of mama and baby birds including the roles mamas (and daddies!) play in caring for and feeding baby birds. Perfect for kids ages 4-10 with a grown-up in tow. Registration is required and opens 1 month prior to the event.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
Location: FivePine Lodge
End Time: 6:00 PM
Phone: 541-207-6075
Vendors, giveaways,educational talks from Doctors & RNs.
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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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