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Rajneeshpuram Revisited

Wednesday, April 25

Revisit the history and controversy of the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and Rajneeshpuram. In October 1985, a four-year effort to construct a utopia in Wasco County collapsed in a flurry of criminal charges and arrests of its leaders, including Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. At its peak, Rajneeshpuram housed or hosted 15,000 followers of the Bhagwan. What ended the city so soon? Hostility from other Oregonians?... more »

Location:East Bend Library
62080 Dean Swift Road
Phone: 541-312-1032
Email: lizg@deschuteslibrary.org
Web: https://www.deschuteslibrary.org/calendar/event/47588

Preservation Month Showcase

Wednesday, May 2

Stop by Redmond City Hall to celebrate the kick-off of Historic Preservation Month, with a variety of preservation exhibits and activities, and see what events are happening during May in Central Oregon. Visit displays of historic properties in Central Oregon and learn about the many supportive organizations for historic preservation. Enjoy a slide show, snacks and refreshments, too. Join tours... more »

Location:Redmond City Hall
411 SW 9th St.
Web: deschuteshistory.org

Bend Open Streets in Old Bend Historic District

Sunday, May 13

Bend Open Streets will be on Sunday, May 13th (Mother's Day!) for the NEW “Old-town” Bend route. Bend Open Streets is an initiative of Commute Options, City of Bend, Oregon Government and Bend Park & Recreation District. Temporally closing 1 mile of streets to automobile traffic, so that people may use them for walking, biking, skating, playing and more! It is free, family focused and dog friendly!... more »

Location:Bend Open Streets
Web: deschuteshistory.org

Writers Reading - Phil Margolin

Sunday, May 13

Portland author Phil Margolin reads from his latest book, "The Third Victim". Phil Margolin is a New York Times bestselling author many times over. His background as a successful defense attorney, arguing death penalty cases and appearing before the Supreme Court, lends kernels of truth and authenticity to his works. more »

Location:Downtown Bend Library
601 NW Wall Street Bend, OR 97703
Phone: 5413121063
Email: paigef@deschuteslibrary.org
Web: https://www.deschuteslibrary.org/calendar/event/45719

Special Session Update

Monday, May 14

Special Session Update Dear OSCC members and colleagues -   We wanted to update you on the Special Session that Governor Brown declared for next week.   The purpose of the Special Session is to pass LC 1 ( linked here ), which allows sole proprietors (with at least 1,200 employee hours) to take advantage of Oregon's lower tax rates for... more »

Bend Historic Landmarks Commission meeting

Tuesday, May 15

The Bend Landmarks Commission regular meeting coincides with Preservation Month, open to the public. The Bend City Council’s proclamation of Preservation Month will be presented (as well as at the regular City Council session on May 2nd). City Hall is located at 710 NW Wall Street. more »

Location:Bend City Council Chambers
710 NW Wall Street
Web: deschuteshistory.org

Community Yard Sale

Friday, May 18

1ST ANNUAL MADRAS COMMUNITY YARD SALE! May 18th - May 20th, 2018 Join us for the 1st annual Community Yard Sale organized by The City of Madras and the Chamber of Commerce. Yard Sale Guides are now available at the following locations: City of Madras 125 SW "E" Street Chamber of Commerce 274 SW 4th Street The White Buffalo Boutique 216 SW 5th... more »

Location:Madras - Madras, OR
125 SW E Street
Phone: 541-325-0313
Email: mquinn@ci.madras.or.us
Web: https://www.ci.madras.or.us/publicworks/page/community-yard-sale-guide

Redmond Know Heritage: Redmond City Hall, presented by Scott Woodford

Tuesday, May 22

Join Scott Woodford, Senior Planner for the city of Redmond, for a look back and a look forward on Redmond. Listen to a discussion put on by City of Redmond officials on the story of how the 1922 high school became a new city hall for the community, including how the City ultimately decided to remodel the historic building, the design process, and details on how construction occurred, including... more »

Location:Redmond Public Library
Web: deschuteshistory.org

Redmond Historic Landmarks Commission meeting

Thursday, May 24

The Redmond Landmarks Commission May agenda may include an update on the Commission’s Oregon State Historic Preservation grant applications. City Hall tours will also be offered. Meetings are held at City Hall, at 411 SW 9th Street. more »

Location:Redmond City Hall
411 SW 9th St.
Web: http://www.ci.redmond.or.us/government/commissions-committees/historic-landmarks-commission

State of the City Address - 2018

Tuesday, June 12

The city of Bend is growing… we all know it and feel it. Our transportation infrastructure, land use, and housing options are all being impacted. How is the city addressing the challenges that come with growth? Find out on June 12 at the Bend Chamber’s State of the City Address. You’ll hear from Mayor Casey Roats and City Manager Eric King as they present an overview of how the city is addressing... more »

Location:10 Barrel Brewing Company
62950 NE 18th St, Bend, OR. 97701
Phone: 541-382-3221
Email: info@bendchamber.org
Web: https://bendchamber.org/bend-event/state-city-address-2018/

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