• Final ‘Open Studios’ finishes Caldera season
    March artist residencies at Caldera were hampered by late-season snowfall. Still, seven artists made it to Central Oregon for their residencies. Working in film, literature, photography, and other media, they will share artwork, readings, and conversation during Open Studios this Saturday.
  • USFS plans major Suttle Lake project
    Suttle Lake is one of the best-loved and most heavily trafficked areas in Sisters Country. It is also home to an old and decaying forest. The combination of those two factors has led the Sisters Ranger District to propose a major project to deal with diseased and potentially dangerous trees.
  • Tehan will be Rodeo Grand Marshal
    Sisters Rodeo has chosen Sisters legendary songbird Peggy Clerf Tehan as the 2019 Grand Marshal of the Sisters Rodeo Parade.
  • Fair encourages futuristic thinking
    The Sisters High School commons buzzed with excitement on Saturday during the eighth-annual Sisters Science Fair. Students from all three Sisters schools showed off their educational experiments, exhibits and demonstrations.
  • Art from different perspectives
    Husband-and-wife painters Gordon and Kay Baker are the featured artists at Sisters Library this month. Both artists paint primarily landscapes, but their approach to art is wildly different.
  • Outlaws kicker overcomes adversity
    Wyatt Hernandez, a senior at Sisters High School, has signed with Willamette University in Salem to be the placekicker for their football team.
    
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  • The Deschutes County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in locating a dog that attacked and killed another dog in Crossroads on March 19. The attack occurred at approximately 4:30 p.m. in t
  • • The Sisters Planning Commission will be deliberating on the McKenzie Meadows Village land-use application and Master Plan from Hayden Homes on Thursday, March 21, 5:30 p.m., at City Hall. No mo
  • While Sisters-area residents were shoveling snow, staff with the Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire District were busy preparing for another wildfire season. With summer just a few months away, several projec
  • Fair encourages futuristic thinking
    The Sisters High School commons buzzed with excitement on Saturday during the eighth-annual Sisters Science Fair. Students from all three Sisters schools showed off their educational experiments, exhi
  • Hayden Homes sponsors art contest
    Hayden Homes has joined up with Sisters Arts Association (SAA) for an exceptional opportunity for Sisters High School arts students to contribute to the region's vibrant arts scene. Building on last
  • High Desert Chorale sings into spring
    Despite our recent heavy snowfall, Connie Gunterman, director of the Sisters High Desert Chorale, has her eye and ear turned toward spring. "Well," she announced, "the sun is out and the birds are si
  • Decades of keeping Sisters covered
    It seems ironic 20 years down the road, but when Tammy Taylor first came to Sisters with her husband Jeff in 1996, she wanted no part of working for an independent insurance agency. “I was scar
  • Spa offers a Graceful Touch in Sisters
    Lie back and relax. Feel gentle hands massage pressure points in your tired feet, tight shoulders and neck. A heated bed, soft music and soothing scenes on the walls all contribute to an hour of worry
  • The people behind The Nugget...  T. Lee Brown
    Tiffany Lee Brown -known to most as "T" - brings a varied background and a deep toolbox of talents to her work as a freelancer with The Nugget Newspaper. Brown's work for The Nugget so far has focuse
  • Final ‘Open Studios’ finishes Caldera season
    March artist residencies at Caldera were hampered by late-season snowfall. Still, seven artists made it to Central Oregon for their residencies. Working in film, literature, photography, and other med
  • Poet Laureate to visit Sisters
    Oregon’s Poet Laureate will visit Sisters next month. “Confluence,” an evening with Kim Stafford, Oregon’s ninth Poet Laureate, will take place Tuesday, April 9, 7 p.m., at Fiv
  • Tehan will be  Rodeo Grand Marshal
    Sisters Rodeo has chosen Sisters legendary songbird Peggy Clerf Tehan as the 2019 Grand Marshal of the Sisters Rodeo Parade. Tehan, a 35-year resident of Sisters, sang the National Anthem at every ro
  • The 400 meter oval at Reed Stadium still lies a couple of feet beneath the snow from the massive storm two weeks ago, but the track team led by head coach Jeff Larson and his crew of assistants has no
  • The boys lacrosse squad was scheduled to play at home against North Eugene and Hillsboro this past week, but due to snow covered fields the Outlaws traveled over the hill to get the games played. Sist
  • It’s been a rough few weeks for the girls tennis squad. Thirty-four-plus inches of snow forced the Outlaws to move their practice inside at Sisters Middle School. Eagle Crest has also been gener
  • Melting snow delivers lawn, health headaches
    As long-term snow melts, an intricate web creeps across Sisters and our surrounding forest. It looks like filaments of cobweb or tufts of dog hair, etched across lawns, leaves, and pine needles. For
  • Struggle does not discriminate. Grief and loss are part of the human experience. Many of us will face heartbreak, regret, and despair. It is also possible that amid all of these realities, we can simu
  • Stepping Up is a national initiative being established in Deschutes County in an attempt to reduce the number of people with severe mental health issues in the jail and emergency rooms.Deschutes Count
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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 Luthern Church
386 N. Fir St.
Sisters
End Time: 1:00 PM
Phone: 541-548-0440
Meetings are held every Friday at noon for one hour, open to everyone.
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Start Time: 4:00 PM
Location: Shops and galleries of downtown
Sisters
End Time: 7:00 PM
Phone: 541-549-0251
Website: http://sistersartsassociation.org
Galleries and shops feature live entertainment and refreshments, every fourth Friday of the month!
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Start Time: 4:00 PM
Location: Hood Avenue Art
357 W. Hood Ave.
Sisters, OR 97759
End Time: 7:00 PM
Phone: 541-719-1800
Email: pattyfreemanmartin@gmail.com
Website: http://hoodavenueart.com
March 22, 2019, 4-7 pm, Fourth Friday Sisters Arts Stroll at Hood Avenue Art features the large format landscape photography of Scott Cordner and the alternatively glazed ceramic work of Peter Roussel. Cordner takes his photographs to a new level of craftmanship by printing his own images and hand crafting his own creative, furniture quality wood frames. Roussel’s glowing and highly textured ceramics share impressions and images directly from nature and have a tactile quality rarely seen.
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Start Time: 9:00 PM
Location: Hardtails Bar & Grill
Corner Larch & Main
Sisters
End Time: 12:00 AM
Phone: 541-549-6114
Website: http://hardtailsoregon.com
No cover! Note that karaoke doesn't take place on nights when live music is scheduled. ALSO on Fridays at 5 p.m., enjoy the Prime Rib dinner special with dinner salad, loaded baked potato, and 10 cuts. It usually sells out by 6 p.m.!
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