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Postings for March 04, 2014 Full Month View
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  All Day Cory J O'Neill Photography benefit silent auction   Cory’s work will be available through a 5-week silent auction at Green Plow Coffee in Redmond as a benefit for children with cancer. Simply write your bid on the auction sheet of your favorite print. Auction ends at closing on Saturday, April 5th, 2014. A quarter of the proceeds will be donated to Candlelighters, a non-profit local chapter that supports kids with cancer. Heralded by Outdoor Photographer magazine as a “Modern master of landscape photography”, Cory’s photography has gained local as well as national attention. His unique techniques combine his engineering/mathematical background with his keen eye for composition, creating stunning large-format digital images that capture the passion of the landscape. Open to the community. Free. Silent auction to run for 5 weeks. For more information, visit www.coryjoneillphotography.com or email: oneilljulieann@gmail.com
 
  All Day Open House Extravaganza   Tuesday, March 4, 2014 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Middle School – West Campus 2105 West Antler Avenue Come see the award winning Robot, the Dance Team perform, a yoga demonstration and watch the students scale the Rock wall and listen to the Choir High School – Downtown Campus 657 SW Glacier Avenue Come see a Heart Dissection and an Organic World Language Presentation and listen to the High School Choir and the Rock Band OPEN ENROLLMENT AT RPA MARCH 1st through MARCH 15th
 
  All Day High Desert Museum Natural History Pub   Cranes of the Pacific FlywayrnGary Ivey, a biologist and waterfowl specialist for the Crane Foundation, presents a fascinating look at the majestic sandhill crane. Gary has worked with wildlife for over 35 years, concentrating on waterfowl and wetland conservation. He will discuss the history, biology, migration routes, wintering and breeding areas, and important conservation issues affecting the future of this species. rn7:00pm (Doors open at 5:30pm), FreernAt McMenamins Old St. Francis School, BendrnRSVP: www.highdesertmuseum.org/rsvprn
 
  7:00AM 6:00PM Cory J O'Neill Photography benefit silent auction   Cory’s work will be available through a 5-week silent auction at Green Plow Coffee in Redmond to benefit children with cancer. Simply write your bid on the auction sheet of your favorite print. Auction ends at closing on Saturday, April 5th, 2014. A quarter of the proceeds will be donated to Candlelighters, a non-profit local chapter that supports kids with cancer. Heralded by Outdoor Photographer magazine as a “Modern master of landscape photography”, Cory’s photography has gained local as well as national attention. His unique techniques combine his engineering/mathematical background with his keen eye for composition, creating stunning large-format digital images that capture the passion of the landscape. Open to the community. Free. Silent auction to run for 5 weeks. For more information, visit www.coryjoneillphotography.com or email: oneilljulieann@gmail.com
 
  10:00AM 1:00PM Sage Elementary Dr Seuss Family Friendly 5k   EVENT: DR. Seuss Family Friendly 5k Run/Walk Saturday March 8, 2014 5k begins at 10a.m. Event day registration and T-shirt pick up starts at 8:30 LOCATION: Sage Elementary School 2790 S.W. Wickiup Ave. Redmond, Oregon IMPORTANT DETAILS The 5k will begin and end at Sage Elementary. There will be awards for top winners per age group. Every child who participates will receive a Dr. Seuss bookmark. A Dr. Seuss T-shirt is given to the first 200 who register. Funds raised to provide much needed school supplies and support for our Library/PE/computer departments. Drop off completed forms with payment at Sage Elementary or mail to 2790 S.W. Wickiup Ave. Redmond, Oregon 97756 before February 28th. Checks payable to Sage Elementary PTC PRICES $25.00 individual $45.00 couple (at least 1 adult) $50.00 family max of 4( at least 2 adults with $10.00 each addt'l child after 2 children) $5.00 extra for registration on day of 5k CONTACT For forms: www.redmond.k12.or.us/sage/ Question: Rebecca Bostain 541-480-2220
 
  5:30PM 7:00PM Redmond Proficiency Academy Open House   Open house activities are open to current, former and future students, parents and community members to learn more about all that RPA has to offer; the event will be held at RPA Downtown and the RPA West campuses; for more information visit www.rpacademy.org.
 
  6:00PM 8:00PM High Desert Museum “Fashion and Firearms   March 15th. Discover the clothing and styles of the 1800s in this lively fashion show, pairing historical characters with outfits and the guns they would have carried in the West. Perfect for the fashion lover and history buff alike. No host bar. 6:00 at the Musemm
 
  6:30PM 8:30PM First Speak   "First Speak;" The Nature of Words, 224 N.W. Oregon Ave., Bend, OR 97701; 541-647-2233; 03/04 6:30-8:30p.m.; Shay Knorr of Solo Speak teaches a performance workshop in storytelling; Tuesdays March 4-25; $100, registration required by March 4;rnwww.thenatureofwords.org.
 
  6:30PM 7:30PM Slower Safer Bend   Slower Safer Bend Tuesday, March, 4, 2014 6:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. Downtown Bend Library, 601 NW Wall St. Neighborhood Pace Car Insignia's will be available for pick up. Discussion of the City's response to suggestions for improving residential street traffic safety. Free and open to the public. Contact: Foster Fell 1104 NE 12th St. Bend 97701 541-280-0802
 
  6:30PM n/a Neighborhood Pace Car Program Rolls Out   Neighborhood Pace Car Program Rolls Out Bend, Oregon, March 4, 2014. As one way to accomplish its goal of slowing down cars on residential streets, the citizens group Slower Safer Bend will premiere its Neighborhood Pace Car Program at a community meeting on Tues. March 4 at 6:30 P.M. at the Bend Library Brooks Room, 601 NW Wall St. Cheerful yellow insignias designed by downtown business owner Barb Campbell will be available at the meeting for anyone wishing to participate in the program. As a bumper or window sticker, the insignia will indicate the driver's intention to observe the speed limit and to act as an example for other motorists. Slower Safer Bend has been in existence for 6 months. At earlier meetings, participants have proposed ideas and suggestions for safer traffic conditions on neighborhood streets. City staff has responded. From Anne Aurand, Bend Community Relations Manager: "I wanted you to know the city is actively discussing ways to improve our responses to citizen service requests (complaints about speeding or calls for traffic calming methods), largely in response to Slower Safer Bend and the momentum you created. Engineering and Public Works are working together with Police to create systems that better connect complaints with responses. I think small expenses such as more radar speed signs or perhaps a hotline for speeding complaints that goes directly to Police (rather than the current data management system) are being considered. The City of Bend is also reorganizing its Transportation division of Public Works into its own Transportation Department. This will improve the communication between street safety and maintenance. Anyway, just didn’t want you to think nothing was happening. The freighter is starting to turn……. Feel free to contact me if you have questions. Anne Also - I just sat in on the council goal session and they've added: "ensure city responsiveness to livability issues and concerns....." to the community engagement goals....and this stems directly from your efforts." Contact: Barb Campbell / 541-390-7588 wabisabibend@yahoo.com www.Facebook/slowersaferbend www.slowersaferbend.org
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