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thursday 14

Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show

RECYCLED BENEFIT—Local businesses and students have crafted together mixes of materials to create the latest trends that will adorn the runway and help raise some cash for REALMS Charter School. Ninety percent of the garment is made from trash and old clothes repurposed into new garments. 5 pm. Midtown Ballroom, 51 NW Greenwood Ave. $20 adults, $10 students.

friday 15

Esmé Patterson & Blackflowers Blacksun

ROCK & BONFIRE—Singer-songwriter Esmé Patterson's crisp, melodic vocals will grace the Crow's Feet Commons for an Après Ski beers and bonfire gathering. You may recognize Patterson from her song "Dearly Departed" sang with Shakey Graves. Bend-based bluegrass punk Blackflowers Blacksun will kick off the celebration. 6 pm. Crow's Feet Commons, 875 NW Brooks St. No cover.

friday 15

The Mostest & Shady GroOove

ROCK SHOW— Nothing like two fantastic bands playing back to back for your listening pleasure. With members of Elektrapod joining the hullabaloo, expect a rocking good time with multiple genres of music being covered. Wear good socks in case you feel like dancing! 9pm. Volcanic Theatre Pub, 70 SW Century Dr. $5.

friday 15 - sunday 24

5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche

THEATER—It's the end of the world as they know it and they have quiche. In 1956, the Gertrude Stein Society is meeting for its annual quiche breakfast and nothing quite goes the way it should. Look for the full review in this week's issue of The Source. 7:30pm & 3pm. 2nd Street Theater, 220 NE Lafayette Ave. $16-$19.

saturday 16

The Devil Makes Three

BLUEGRASS—Power string trio The Devil Makes Three will stop in Bend on its national tour. Performing a blend of bluegrass, old time, country, folk, blues, jazz, ragtime, and rockabilly music. The band has skyrocketed in the bluegrass world since putting out its first album over a decade ago. 9 pm. Midtown Ballroom, 51 NW Greenwood Ave. $25 adv., $30 door.

saturday 16

Under The Streetlamp

VINTAGE VOCALISTS—Cast members from the Broadway hit Jersey Boys will sing classic hits from Motown to doo-wop, covering artists like the Beach Boys, The Four Seasons, The Beatles, and more. The Broadway sensations will surely make your toes tap. 7:30 pm. The Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St. $28, $38, $58.

saturday 16

High Gravity Extravaganza

BEER AND MUSIC—Massive fire pits, seven hours of live music and more than 20 beers and ciders to taste from around the state makes for a fantastic way to spend an evening. Some of the brewers will even be there to tell you a bit about their newest inventions and remind you why living in Bend is always a wonderful thing. 1-10 pm. McMenamins Old St. Francis, 700 NW Bond St. Free admission, $15 taster punchcard.

saturday 16


MUSIC—Fresh off of performing at Irving Plaza in New York last week, old-school funk hip-hop band Sophistafunk stops in Bend before heading out on tour with The Motet. Combining soulful lyrics with groovy electronic dance sounds, Sophistafunk brings the party to the High Gravity Brewfest. Plus, this is the only chance to see these guys for free during their national tour. 7 pm. McMenamins Old St. Francis. No cover.

sunday 17

Hella Big Air

SNOW—Stepping back to a time when things were bigger and wilder, the Hella Big Air competition is '90s themed. Skiers and riders will have the chance to win a 30k prize purse by throwing themselves off a 70-foot jump. The day will feature DJs playing the best of '90s, rad giveaways, and all-around party atmosphere. 2:30 pm. Mt. Bachelor, 1300 SW Century Dr. Free to spectators.

wednesday 20

January Dinner & Film Festival

FILM & FOOD— A scrumptious dinner from Wendy at Willow Camp Catering and a mini-film festival featuring shorts about the Central Oregon landscape. Filmmakers will be in attendance and the food promises to be good, so head on over to Sisters for a fun and fascinating night. 6pm. The Belfry, 302 Main St. Sisters. $35.

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