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Upcoming March Art Walks

Chet_New Photos_Dec 2016__2 crop

First Thursday in Portland’s Pearl District with Artist Chet Malinow Chet Malinow is a Portland-raised local artist who recently graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting at University of Oregon. Chaos and control is an ever-present theme in his work, striving to create a juxtaposition of chaotic patterns and defined images. Chet’s art is primarily mixed media, utilizing spray […]

categorized in Art, Bend, Central Oregon Events, First Friday, First Thursday, Lake Oswego, The Pearl, Third Thursday, What to Do


Parkland Townhomes in Redmond, Oregon: Convenient Location, Exceptional Parks, Beautiful Community

redmond oregon townhome

When you’re ready to buy a new place for your family, one of the questions that may come up is what type of home fits best for your goals and needs. A new townhome is a popular choice for a lot of buyers for many good reasons. Cost Townhouses are typically less expensive than single-family […]

categorized in Central Oregon


Prineville, Oregon History and Community Features

Prineville Oregon

Located at the mouth of Ochoco Creek on the Crooked River, Prineville is a small, prosperous city surrounded by nature. It was founded in 1868 by Francis Barnett “Barney” Prine, who started the town one day by constructing its first building by himself. This building was one story high and held all the town’s necessities […]

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Things to Do in Sisters, Oregon

sisters-oregon-town

Sisters is a quaint little town that’s quickly becoming one of the most popular places to live in Central Oregon. Its population has more than doubled in the past ten years, as more and more people fall in love with the town’s year-round charm and friendliness. Though still small, the town has many activities and […]

categorized in Central Oregon


Great Winter Activities Around Central Oregon

Skiing Mt. Bachelor

Central Oregon is a paradise for anyone who loves winter sports, but even if you don’t, there are winter activities you’re sure to enjoy. You can go into the mountains for adventures in the deep, fresh-fallen snow, or stay in city for more comfortable winter outings. Either way, if you find yourself in Central Oregon […]

categorized in Central Oregon, Uncategorized


The Best Waterfalls in Central Oregon

Tumalo Falls

Central Oregon has more than a dozen beautiful waterfalls, and each one is unique. Some come at the end of a long hike, like a prize you win for enduring a journey. Others are easy to reach and perfect for an afternoon picnic in the summer. Every waterfall has a distinctive atmosphere, so your favorite […]

categorized in Central Oregon


Why Bend, Oregon is a Great Place to Buy a Home

Bend Oregon View

The population of Bend, Oregon is booming. Over 24,000 people have moved to the small city in the past 10 years, and it continues to have a growth rate of over 40%. Bend’s popularity isn’t just hype, either. It’s genuinely an awesome place to live, with enough beauty and opportunities to keep you happy for […]

categorized in Bend, Central Oregon


10 Homes Built for Nature-Lovers in Central Oregon

Bend Oregon Waterfront

Central Oregon is a magnet for people who love nature. The region draws visitors year-round for its outdoor activities, from hiking and bird-watching to skiing and snowshoeing. Anyone who moves to the area is likely to be an outdoor enthusiast, too. That’s why so many homes in towns like Bend and Sisters have thoughtful details […]

categorized in Central Oregon


7 Great Hiking Trails in Central Oregon

Broken Top Mountain

Central Oregon is a paradise for anyone who loves the outdoors. The area is nestled between the Cascade Mountains to the west and the Ochoco Mountains to the east, drawing skiers and snowboarders in the winter and hikers and backpackers in the summer. Clear lakes and streams offer even more opportunities for fishing, canoeing, SUP, […]

categorized in Central Oregon


Upcoming October Art Walks

First Thursday in Portland’s Pearl District with Artist Teri Tompkins Read Teri Tompkins Read is fascinated by nature’s textures and patterns, captivated by the colors and shapes and especially drawn to the interplay of light and water. Teri’s inspiration comes from travel, getting outdoors and seeing what is around her; she discovers new things, by looking harder in familiar […]

categorized in Art, Bend, Central Oregon Events, First Friday, First Thursday, Lake Oswego, Portland, Portland Events, Third Thursday


Upcoming March Art Walks

Chet_New Photos_Dec 2016__2 crop

First Thursday in Portland’s Pearl District with Artist Chet Malinow Chet Malinow is a Portland-raised local artist who recently graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting at University of Oregon. Chaos and control is an ever-present theme in his work, striving to create a juxtaposition of chaotic patterns and defined images. Chet’s art is primarily mixed media, utilizing spray […]

categorized in Art, Bend, Central Oregon Events, First Friday, First Thursday, Lake Oswego, The Pearl, Third Thursday, What to Do


Parkland Townhomes in Redmond, Oregon: Convenient Location, Exceptional Parks, Beautiful Community

redmond oregon townhome

When you’re ready to buy a new place for your family, one of the questions that may come up is what type of home fits best for your goals and needs. A new townhome is a popular choice for a lot of buyers for many good reasons. Cost Townhouses are typically less expensive than single-family […]

categorized in Central Oregon


Prineville, Oregon History and Community Features

Prineville Oregon

Located at the mouth of Ochoco Creek on the Crooked River, Prineville is a small, prosperous city surrounded by nature. It was founded in 1868 by Francis Barnett “Barney” Prine, who started the town one day by constructing its first building by himself. This building was one story high and held all the town’s necessities […]

categorized in Central Oregon


Things to Do in Sisters, Oregon

sisters-oregon-town

Sisters is a quaint little town that’s quickly becoming one of the most popular places to live in Central Oregon. Its population has more than doubled in the past ten years, as more and more people fall in love with the town’s year-round charm and friendliness. Though still small, the town has many activities and […]

categorized in Central Oregon


Great Winter Activities Around Central Oregon

Skiing Mt. Bachelor

Central Oregon is a paradise for anyone who loves winter sports, but even if you don’t, there are winter activities you’re sure to enjoy. You can go into the mountains for adventures in the deep, fresh-fallen snow, or stay in city for more comfortable winter outings. Either way, if you find yourself in Central Oregon […]

categorized in Central Oregon, Uncategorized


The Best Waterfalls in Central Oregon

Tumalo Falls

Central Oregon has more than a dozen beautiful waterfalls, and each one is unique. Some come at the end of a long hike, like a prize you win for enduring a journey. Others are easy to reach and perfect for an afternoon picnic in the summer. Every waterfall has a distinctive atmosphere, so your favorite […]

categorized in Central Oregon


Why Bend, Oregon is a Great Place to Buy a Home

Bend Oregon View

The population of Bend, Oregon is booming. Over 24,000 people have moved to the small city in the past 10 years, and it continues to have a growth rate of over 40%. Bend’s popularity isn’t just hype, either. It’s genuinely an awesome place to live, with enough beauty and opportunities to keep you happy for […]

categorized in Bend, Central Oregon


10 Homes Built for Nature-Lovers in Central Oregon

Bend Oregon Waterfront

Central Oregon is a magnet for people who love nature. The region draws visitors year-round for its outdoor activities, from hiking and bird-watching to skiing and snowshoeing. Anyone who moves to the area is likely to be an outdoor enthusiast, too. That’s why so many homes in towns like Bend and Sisters have thoughtful details […]

categorized in Central Oregon


7 Great Hiking Trails in Central Oregon

Broken Top Mountain

Central Oregon is a paradise for anyone who loves the outdoors. The area is nestled between the Cascade Mountains to the west and the Ochoco Mountains to the east, drawing skiers and snowboarders in the winter and hikers and backpackers in the summer. Clear lakes and streams offer even more opportunities for fishing, canoeing, SUP, […]

categorized in Central Oregon


Upcoming October Art Walks

First Thursday in Portland’s Pearl District with Artist Teri Tompkins Read Teri Tompkins Read is fascinated by nature’s textures and patterns, captivated by the colors and shapes and especially drawn to the interplay of light and water. Teri’s inspiration comes from travel, getting outdoors and seeing what is around her; she discovers new things, by looking harder in familiar […]

categorized in Art, Bend, Central Oregon Events, First Friday, First Thursday, Lake Oswego, Portland, Portland Events, Third Thursday


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