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Picks of the Week: Sept 27-Oct 4 

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Thursday 28

AGENT ORANGE, FLAT FOOT 56, GET DEAD AND THE KRONK MEN

PUNK — Not only did SoCal's Agent Orange define the "surf punk" genre, they've been going hard since 1979. Sure to deliver a raucous night of nostalgia and kinetic hysteria. Chicago's Flat Foot 56 brings the bagpipes and Terrebonne's-own Kronk Men open. // 8pm, Domino Room, 51 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend. $20/adv.

Friday 29

"ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST" 2017 BENDFILM FESTIVAL KICK-OFF PARTY

FILM — Do you like film and spaghetti westerns? Get a sneak peek at the 2017 Official BendFilm Guide, preview exclusive film clips and enter the prize raffle. Chow down on some BBQ and enjoy drinks complimentary Bend Distillery, Deschutes Brewery and Elixir. Costumes are encouraged, so channel your inner Clint Eastwood or Claudia Cardinale. // 6pm, G5, 550 NW Franklin Ave. Suite 200, Bend. $25.

Friday 29

19TH ANNUAL PILOT BUTTE CHALLENGE

OUTDOORS — Enjoy a nice 1-mile jaunt (or sprint) up Pilot Butte! The scenic course winds its way along the Nature Trail to the volcanic top nearly 500 feet. above. Go for a personal record or walk for the cause. Proceeds from fees, fundraisers and donations are used to improve the park. // 5:45pm, Pilot Butte State Park, Bend. $20/adult, $15/kids and seniors.

Friday 29

WILD & SCENIC FILM FESTIVAL

FILM — Where epic adventure and environmental advocacy meet! Proceeds benefit the Oregon Natural Desert Association. Catch one of two screenings for stunning films, gear giveaways and a celebration of the wild places we love. // 4:30-6:30pm & 8-10pm, Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St., Bend. Matinee: $15/GA, $11/students. Evening: $17/GA, $11/students.

Friday 29-Sunday 1

BEND ROOTS REVIVAL

FESTIVAL — Celebrate summer's last hurrah with a grand celebration of Bend's unique creativity! This three-day festival features over 100 musical acts from blue- grass to rock 'n' roll from Central Oregon and beyond. Bring the kids, there will be music workshops! Proceeds support art and music education through local nonprofit Rise Up Presents. // Fri. 5:45-9:30pm, Sat. 10:30am-9pm, Sun. 11:30am-9pm, SW Shevlin-Hixon Dr., Bend. Free.

Saturday 30- Sunday 1

CAMPOUT FOR PUBLIC LANDS

CAMP — Celebrate National Public Lands Day with a sleep-over campout at Paulina Lake! Enjoy impeccable cuisine and craft beers by 10 Barrel Brewing Co. and outdoor activities from REI. Stargaze while listening to live music before hitting the hay and start your Sunday with yoga and a hot breakfast. Proceeds benefit Discover Your Forest. // Sat. 9am until Sun. 11am, Newberry Group Camp at Paulina Lake, County Road 21, Bend. $95+fees.

Saturday 30

SISTERS FRESH HOP FESTIVAL

FESTIVAL — Drink great beer while supporting a good cause! Celebrate fresh hop season with over 26 breweries from all over Oregon. Each brewery features 1-2 fresh hop beers. Live music by folk-duo The Brothers Reed. Proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society. Support Sisters after a smoky summer! // Noon-8pm, Village Green Park, 335 S. Elm St., Sisters. $15/pint glass+5 tokens.

Saturday 30

17TH ANNUAL GREEN TOUR

HOME TOUR —Whether you're about to design and build a new home or are looking to update an existing home, get great ideas to draw from. You'll get a chance to talk to experts from designers and builders to solar contractors. See the green tour guide inside last week's Source—if you missed it, come get one here at our office! // 10am-5pm, Locations in Bend, Sunriver, Terrebonne and Sisters. Free.

Tuesday 3

SHAWN COLVIN BAND

AMERICANA — Celebrate the 20th anniversary of Shawn Colvin's album, "A Few Small Repairs," with the release of a newly expanded edition and a fall tour. Though best known for her '97 single "Sunny Came Home," Colvin also has 10 Grammy nominations and three wins. Did we mention her forthcoming album is included with your ticket? All ages. // 7pm. Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St., Bend. $54 - $72/reserved seating, $160/VIP Meet & Greet.

Wednesday 4

BUCKETHEAD WITH BRAIN & BREWER

GUITAR SHREDDER — You may recognize him as the guy who wears a creepy Halloween mask and a KFC bucket on his head, but Buckethead is also a virtuoso guitarist and multi-instrumentalist. It's hard to pinpoint his style, which spans progressive metal, funk, blues, jazz, bluegrass and the avant-garde. Definitely a must-see. // 8-11pm, Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall St., Bend. $20-$25, $5 increase day of show.


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