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Corn Stars

The world of professional, competitive cornhole comes to Bend
While cornhole might seem like a low-commitment game to drunkenly play on the lawn, for some, it's a way of life. Renee Yocum moved to Bend from Lake Oswego with her husband Chris in 2018.

New at WinterFest: Outdoors Gear

Polar Market now offers consignment
The Polar Market at Oregon WinterFest is a hub for outdoor sporting gear—something many people in Central Oregon already can't get enough of. And this year, the Polar Market is only getting better for those sporting-goods junkies.

Luminaria at Meissner Nordic

Participants will be treated to a dragon sighting when they reach the shelter.
Nordic skiing on the night of the Luminaria just got even more magical. The event—in which people light hundreds of candles inside paper bags and line the trail to the Meissner Shelter—is an annual tradition and one of the Meissner Nordic Ski Club's biggest fundraisers.

USA Climbing Bouldering Nationals

Elite climbers descend on Central Oregon to compete for a chance at the Olympics
For the second year in a row, the top climbers in the U.S. will come to Redmond to compete for a place on the USA Climbing National Team. The championship takes place at the Deschutes County Fair and Expo Center Friday and Saturday.

Nominate a river for Wild and Scenic designation

Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden is asking Oregonians to nominate more Oregon rivers for the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System
Do you have a river you love in Oregon? Do you want to see it more protected than it is today?

Event will help the newly created Oregon Conservation & Recreation Fund get off the ground

In 2019, the Oregon Legislature passed a historic bill aimed at proactively restoring and protecting the state's natural living resources. HB 2829—signed by Gov. Kate Brown in July—established the Oregon Conservation & Recreation Fund, which sets up a funding process that doesn't rely only on hunting and fishing fees collected in the state.

Prineville's 66 Trail System expands

Lovers of hiking and mountain biking now have more room to play
Lovers of hiking and mountain biking now have more room to play in Prineville. In 2015, the Crook County Chapter of the Central Oregon Trail Alliance proposed an expansion of the Lower 66 Trail System—which at that time consisted of 2.3 miles of hiking and biking trails on Oregon State Parks property.

Best of Both: A bike race on both road and single track

Next-level athletes try and tackle nearly 100 miles on different terrain
Plenty of people can race in a road or mountain bike race. Fewer can do both, all in one day.


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Umphrey's McGee

Umphrey's McGee - Midtown Ballroom

Wed., Feb. 26, 7 p.m.
The Art of Ikebana

The Art of Ikebana - Redmond Public Library

Wed., Feb. 26, 12-1 p.m.
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