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Weekend Warrior: March 22-24

Feel both full and inspired this weekend

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It's that time of the week again – where you start to ask yourself, "what am I going to do this weekend?" Sometimes our brains don't have enough power left to even begin to think about making plans.

Well, that's where we come in. Here's a bit of what's going on the next few days that can help turn you into a proper Weekend Warrior.

Friday - Apres Ski Series: Yak Attack

COLEMAN SCHWARTZ
  • Coleman Schwartz
Portland's Yak Attack will blow you away with their groovy electronic music. This is a night for dancing and feel-good energy, so don't come without your best moves prepared. These guys know how to throw it down. See for yourself.

Fri., March 22. 6pm
Crow's Feet Commons
875 NW Brooks St., Bend
No cover, all ages



Saturday -  Guest Chef Dinner: Fenrir

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It's never a bad time to try something new – so why not get down to some Scandinavian bites? Well, mobile restaurant Fenrir is supplying a five-course meal at The Suttle Lodge in Sisters.

Course 1: Smorgasbord with pickles, fish, & sausage
Course 2: Spring Vegetables with ash oil
Course 3: Fresh Pasta with oysters, dill, cured egg yolks
Course 4: Salad with chicories, raw lamb, rye
Course 5: Braised Lamb with spelt pancakes, mustard caviar, horseradish, black sauce, greens
Dessert: After Dinner Cakes

Sat., March 23. 6pm-9pm
The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse
13300 Hwy 20, Sisters
$100

Sunday - #5 Unity Film Festival: He Named Me Malala

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"He Named Me Malala"  details the story of Malal Yousfazai,  who as a Pakistani-teenager wasn't afraid to speak out about women's education rights. She was then attacked by the Taliban, who wounded her in a school bus shooting. Yousfazai would eventually go on to become the youngest Nobel Peace Prize-Laureate and a huge advocate for children's rights. If you aren't familiar with her moving story, then now is a good time to start.

Sun., March 24. 2:30-4:30pm
East Bend Public Library
62080 Dean Swift Rd., Bend
Free

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