Ring in the New Year with family and friends at a bonfire in the snowy forest! This will certainly be a New Year`s celebration you won`t soon forget. Snowshoe with your Wanderlust Tours guide to bask in a glowing bonfire in the middle of an amphitheater, hand-carved into the snow! Relax around the fire enjoying desserts and hot drinks while naturalist guides share fun facts about the forest, its animal life, and the night sky! At midnight we`ll toast to the new year and enjoy the magnificence of the snowy forest evening. We can`t wait to celebrate with you!
Come visit Gingerbread Junction and marvel at the candy and cookie creations! Gingerbread houses will be on display in the Abbot Room of the Sunriver Resort Lodge from December 1nd, 2018 through January 1st. Free and open to the public.
Have brunch with Santa and all of his Sunriver friends! Enjoy a festive spread of all the holiday favorites as you dine in the stunning Great Hall and mingle with all the holiday characters. Reservations are required (36-hour cancellation policy).
Bring the family out to the Village at Sunriver to kick off the Holiday Season with the annual Rockin’ Holiday Kickoff! Sip on coffee or cocoa while listening to various performers and carolers. Venture your way over to see Santa for free photos with jolly Old St. Nick then explore the Village via The Alpine Express Trackless Train. The night ends with the lighting of the Village Christmas tree and a “Rockin” concert igniting the holiday season!
The Village at Sunriver is excited to present Spooktacular fun on Halloween! Kids of all ages are welcome to enjoy trick or treating with the village merchants ans how off their favorite costume during the costume contest where winners will receive frightfully fun prizes. New this year is the pet costume contest, held at 5:30, prizes for best overall pet and owner! Join us for bounce house fun, a cupcake walk, ghoulish games at our spooky Halloween party. Event starts at 4pm and continues until 6pm, free of charge.
SEPT 21ST - 3PM TO 10PM
SEPT 22ND, NOON TO 10PM
?FREE TO ATTEND
Experience the ultimate Oktoberfest `Bend` Style with great beer, delicious food, silly games - and feats of strength!
The Downtown Bend Business Association is a small nonprofit dedicated to increasing the vitality of Downtown Bend. We are funding primarily through the Economic Improvement District (EID) and fundraisers (like Bend Oktoberfest!).
The scope of the DBBA includes everything from daily sidewalk sweeping & trash pick-up to the marketing and branding for Downtown Bend. We provide the flower baskets and banners - and we advocate for the the growth and development of Downtown Bend on the City and State level.
Join us this February for the Annual Month of Chocolate!
5-COURSE VALENTINE’S PRIX FIXE DINNER
February 14th - 17th | Starting At 5pm
Enjoy an elegant and delectable chocolate-themed five-course dinner at Carson`s American Kitchen. Cost: $60.
Reservations are required. Please call 541.593.3740
CHOCOLATE FOOD AND DRINK SPECIALS
All month long, Carson’s American Kitchen and Twisted River Tavern will feature a variety of daily chocolate food and drink specials.
WEEKEND BRUNCH AT CARSON`S AMERICAN KITCHEN
Saturday & Sunday | 7:00am - 1:00pm
SUNRIVER TASTING DINNER
Friday, February 23rd | 6:30pm – 8:30pm | PURCHASE ONLINE
This tasting event features a chocolate-themed five-course dinner prepared with local ingredients that are transformed into amazing culinary offerings by our award-winning culinary team, and the meal is paired with a variety of wines. Cost: $90 per person. Reservations required. Please call 541.593.3740
CHOCOLATE SPA SPECIALS:
CHOCOLATE DECADENCE MASSAGE
WARM OIL MASSAGE AND CHOCOLATE SCRUB
CHOCOLATE DECADENCE FOR TWO
ORGANIC CHOCOLATE AND CHERRY FACIAL
Call 541-593-7891 to reserve your chocolate spa treatment!
The Oregon Coast Music Festival (OCMF) has grown from a Coos Bay performance of Haydn music to a two-week-long annual festival that draws 5,000 to its varied concerts in several Coos Bay area locations. The OCMF had its beginnings in 1978, when Dr. Charles Heiden and his family moved to Coos Bay with the idea of encouraging local children to learn about orchestral music. Heiden, who had previously served as professor of violin at Willamette University, said he wanted to go somewhere “culturally impoverished,” to plant seeds of culture.