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Greetings from Sisters

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Perhaps a numerologist would have something to say about the lineup of anniversaries this year in the small town of Sisters—it is the 75th anniversary for the rodeo, the 40th for the quilt festival, and the 20th for the folk festival. But for us, what we see is a testament to the enduring cultural offerings for and from the small town.

This issue is our love letter to the town of Sisters.

Our brief map on the next page highlights a few places around Sisters. Connect the dots and see a picture of a culturally rich city emerge, one that is far bigger and broader than a town of 2,000 people would be expected to produce.

Also, flip to our calendar of upcoming events (on page 13), a profile of the rodeo (page 34), and a list of Sisters restaurants, including a review of the new-but-old Cottonwood Café (page 32).

Sisters, you've always been like a brother to us.

Join us on a virtual walking tour of downtown Sisters.

And check out upcoming local events.

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