• 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.
  • 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.
  • It's the cat's meow this Friday, March 8, when "Cat Video Fest 2019" begins showing at Sisters Movie House.

    The event is a fundraiser for Furry Friends Foundation; 10 percent of tickets sales will be donated to their free spay/neuter program for cats.
  • Celtic supergroup headed to Sisters
    Five-piece Celtic super group 'mar is set to warm up snowy Sisters on the Sisters Folk Festival Winter Concert Series stage as the third and final installment of the concert series on Monday,

    March 18.
  • Darlingside returns to Sisters stage
    Boston-based band Darlingside will be returning to Sisters March 6 for their fifth time, as the second installment of the Winter Concert Series. Darlingside first came to Sisters for the Sisters Folk Festival in 2014. Since, they've returned to play the festival again as well as the Winter Concert Series and other fundraising events. The band has become a favorite within the community, especially among younger audiences.
  • 'The Snow Queen' alights in Sisters
    Great tufts of snow wafted to the white ground outside Sisters High School last weekend as audiences made their way inside to "The Snow Queen."
  • Belfry brings bluegrass and blues to Sisters
    Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen returns to Sisters at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 7, for a show at The Belfry, 302 E. Main Ave. The show, sponsored by Sisters Folk Festival and Preston Thompson Guitars, also features the powerhouse duo of Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley.
  • Oregon Quilt Project completes 10-year journey in Sisters
    The Oregon Quilt Project will host a quilt documentation of quilts that currently reside in the state of Oregon. The goal of the project is to unlock the secrets held within the stitches, patterns, and fabrics of the quilt.
  • Sisters Rodeo to unveil poster on Friday
    The 2019 Sisters Rodeo poster will be unveiled at a ceremony on Friday, February 22, at Dixie's in Sisters from 4 to 6 p.m.
  • Poets and artists welcome visitors
    Nine artists and writers will share their work this Saturday at Open Studios for Caldera's AiR (Artists in Residence) program. Guests can hear new poetry, see works in progress, meet the residents, and tour studios on the shores of Blue Lake.
  • Sara Miller, music teacher at the Sisters Elementary School, and 30 sets of parents of forth- and fifth-graders are going the extra mile. Every Wednesday morning for 2-1/2 months, teacher, students and parents roll out of their nice, snug beds before dawn, gobble down breakfast and then the students meet at 7:30 a.m. in the music room of the Sisters Middle School.
  • Wilson Wewa featured in Fireside Stories
    Tuesday, February 12, at 7 p.m., Three Sisters Historical Society (TSHS) presents Warm Springs tribal elder Wilson Wewa, who will fill the FivePine Conference Center with stories of the Northern Paiute history and lifeways around Sisters Country with his program, "We Are From This Land: Northern Paiute Presence in Central Oregon."
  • Starry Nights' intimate evening of song
    Two of America's premier singer-songwriters joined forces for an acoustic evening backed by nothing but their superb voices, first-rate guitar playing and charming reminiscences in Sisters Starry Nights 40th live music show Tuesday, January 29, in Sisters High School (SHS)Auditorium.
  • People's Choice winners named at library exhibit
    During the past three weeks at Sisters Library, the people voted - and how they voted! This year, a record number of People's Choice ballots were turned in, each ballot listing the three favorite pieces of art in the Sisters Library Annual Art Exhibit. Friday night, the ballots were counted and the winners were announced. Two of the three winners repeated from last year, and the third was also a previous winner.

  • Small towns in America typically aren't associated with art.
  • Sisters Folk Festival (SFF) has come a long way from its origins in 1995 as a one-day music event held at what is now Sisters Middle School.
  • Sisters Folk Festival (SFF) has come a long way from its origins in 1995 as a one-day music event held at what is now Sisters Middle School.
  • Starry Nights welcomes back Lovett and Hiatt
    Two of the music industry's premiere singer-songwriters make their return to Sisters for "Starry Nights Presents An Acoustic Evening with Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt," set for Tuesday, January 29, at the Sisters High School Auditorium. The sold-out show is a benefit for the Sisters Schools Foundation, marking the 40th production in the long history of the Starry Nights series.
  • Masterful bluegrass players on the road to Sisters
    Sisters Folk Festival is partnering with Preston Thompson Guitars (PTG) to present a phenomenal show with two dynamic bands, and two fantastic guitar players.

    A Bluegrass Showcase with Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley and Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen is set for one special evening Thursday, March 7, at The Belfry.
  • Voting is now open for the People's Choice Awards, presented as part of the 12th annual Sisters Library Art Exhibit, sponsored by Friends of Sisters Library (FOSL). There is no financial stipend, but the friendly competition for the community favorites always spurs artists to submit some of their best work.
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