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Friday, February 8, 2013

Weekend Roundup 2/8-2/10

Posted By on Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 3:06 AM

Hip-hip hooray for Friday! It's looking like a good weekend in Bend, here's what's going on.


Friday 8

Yup, theyre twins alright.
  • Yup, they're twins alright.

Shook Twins
Three words: hot blond twins. Talented to boot, these ladies will rock the Tower with their original, quirky folk music. All ages. $14. 7:30 p.m. Tower Theatre 835 NW Wall St.

Wilderness
Local band Wilderness' songs sound like they could be on early Wilco albums. The lead singer has a collection of some of the sexiest guitars we have ever seen. The fun of trying to guess what he'll play next is worth the price of admission. Whiskey Beard opens. 21+. $5. 8 p.m. Silver Moon Brewing 24 NW Greenwood Ave.

Saturday 9

Mmmm. Chili.
  • Mmmm. Chili.

Chili Cook-Off
Sshhh. We'll tell you our chili secret—it's cinnamon. If you're lucky you may learn the confidential details of many other chili greats at the Bend Chili Cook-Off this weekend. The entire thing is a fundraiser for the Education Foundation, which provides resources for Bend-La Pine Schools. But really it's just a great excuse for you to eat some smokin' hot good food. $5-$10.12:30-4:30 p.m. Athletic Club of Bend, 61615 Athletic Club Dr.

The Reptile Zone Anniversary Party
Do you like dinosaurs? Too bad, they're all dead. Reptiles are the world's consolation prize. Celebrate all things reptilian with activities, giveaways and educational presentations at the Reptile Zone. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Reptile Zone 542 NE Greenwood Ave.

Chinese New Year Celebration
It's officially the year of the snake. We don't know what that means, but we're excited about it anyway. This new year celebration will feature Chinese food, performances and Chinese traditions, Kung Fu & Tai Chi demos, and our personal favorite, old Kung Fu movies. Free.
4 p.m. Oregon Tai Chi Wushu 2115 NE Hwy 20, Ste 108.

Black Light White Out Party
This is as close to a rave as you're going to get this weekend in Bend. Wear white and get in free. Bring your highlighters. 21+. $3. Astro Lounge 939 Northwest Bond St.

Sunday 10

This is Shawn Mullins in the 90s. Hes older now.
  • This is Shawn Mullins in the '90s. He's older now.

Shawn Mullins
Remember "Lullaby"? That one song that played constantly for about a month on top 40 radio circa 1998? Ev-er-y-thing's/gonna be all right/rockabye? Yeah, that's Shawn Mullins, and that monster hit had him opening for Backstreet Boys. Now, Mullins sticks to smaller venues, playing material from his 12+ other albums and occasionally his most famous crowd-pleasing hit. All ages. $23-$33. 7 p.m. Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St.



All weekend

TONS OF X COUNTRY SKIING
We're designating this Central Oregon's (unofficial, first-ever) Nordic Festival Weekend! On Saturday, it's the Great Nordeen, an 18K and 30K race ($50, starts at 7:30 a.m., info at mbsef.org). Saturday night is the Luminaria, a candlelit night ski at Virginia Meissner Sno Park (free, starts at 6 p.m., info at meissnernordic.org). And on Sunday it's Tour for the Heart, a 5K fundraiser for the Oregon chapter of the American Heart Association ($25, starts at 11 a.m., info at tourfortheheart.org).

Hoodoo Winter Carnival
The carnival commences this evening with the (headlamps required) 4K Snowshoe Shuffle followed by a hoedown with live music on Saturday night. Hoodoo Resort.

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