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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

Crestcom's Bullet Proof Manager Training

Wednesday, May 9

Crestcom’s Bullet Proof Manager Training, led by Cale Pearson, is a rolling, year-long business mentoring and leadership program which focuses on improving leadership, management and how to expand and develop a business. Instead of a “one and done” approach, Crestcom heavily invests in their students. Monthly seminars mix lecture with video and activities focused on real world applications.... more »

Location:Redmond, Oregon
Phone: 541-480-7783
Email: cale.pearson@crestcom.com
Web: http://crestcomleadership.com/agent/cale-pearson/

Historic Fire Lookouts of Central Oregon”, featuring Penni Borghi, at Archaeological Society of Central Oregon (ASCO)

Tuesday, May 15

The ASCO May meeting and presentation will feature Penni Borghi, Archaeologist with the Deschutes National Forest, with an overview of the historic of fire lookouts in Central Oregon. ASCO’s regular business meeting begins at 7:00 PM, and the speaker is scheduled for 7:30 PM, at the COAR building, 2112 NE 4th St., Bend. The event is free to the public, but donations are gladly accepted. more »

Location:COAR Building
2112 NE 4th St.
Web: deschuteshistory.org

“Cowboys and Settlers in Sisters”

Friday, May 25

As part of the Fourth Friday Art Stroll in Sisters, come view the artwork of cowboy artist Len Babb and meet the artist. The art will be on display in the 1908 home of Sisters early settler, stockman, blacksmith, and businessman Hardy Allen. Current owner of the house, Ali Mayea of Sisters HomeLand Realty, will provide refreshments and give guided tours of the house. Get a glimpse of early day... more »

Location:Sisters Homeland Realty
401 East Main Avenue
Web: deschuteshistory.org

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