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Calendar of Upcoming Events

After you’ve booked your Sunriver vacation home rental, be sure to check out our calendar of events to help plan your adventure!

Localized @ Immersion Brewing
Mar 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Immersion Brewing invites you to join them every Monday for LOCALIZED!  This weekly event celebrates everything local that we love.  We’ll have $2 off our local Immersion Beers (6-8pm), a weekly specialty dish whipped up by Chef Danny from local farms and free live music from local musicians.  There will also be local makers/artists/creators in the house showcasing their craft.  You don’t have to be a local to enjoy LOCALIZED!

Nature Nights @ Tower Theater
Mar 31 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

The topic for the March Nature Nights presentation is:  A Closer Look at Microplastics.  Join Deschutes Land Trust and Dr. Susanne Brander of OSU to explore the tiny world of microplastics.  Dr. Brander will discuss how these miniscule particles are detected and their potential effects on the natural world.  She will also offer ideas about what we can to to stem the plastic tide.  Nature Nights are free but an online ticket is required.  Please register at

Riverhouse Music Series @ Currents at the Riverhouse
Apr 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Currents at the Riverhouse now hosts local artists every Thursday evening from 7pm to 9pm with no cover.  Riverhouse Music Series will highlight local Central Oregon talent in genres ranging from bluegrass, acoustic, indie, blues, jazz, singles and duos. CURRENTS’ features a great lineup of wines from Stoller Family Estate, cocktails from Crater Lake Spirits, excellent food (Michael Stanton, the new executive chef is fantastic.) .

Feb 27st | Grace Caston

Mar 5th | Mark Burnett

Mar 12th | Bill Keale

Mar 19th | Dive Bar Theology

Mar 26th | Grace Caston

Apr 2nd | Mark Burnett

Trivia on the Moon! @ Silver Moon Brewing
Apr 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Come play Trivia with us at Silver Moon Brewing every Thursday Night from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM. Bring your friends, test your knowledge and compete for Silver Moon gift cards and prizes. With over three years of Trivia on the Moon under our belts, our hosts have developed the most diverse and fun categories in town!

We recommend to show up 30 minutes early as seats are limited and fill up fast!

Be sure to follow our official Trivia on the Moon Facebook page for event updates and to suggest your own Trivia categories! We are listening!

Piano Showcase @ Tower Theater
Apr 3 – Apr 4 all-day

Sunriver Music Festival has assembled amazing musicians for their annual Piano Showcase the weekend of April 3-4 at the Tower Theater.   This is an interactive two-day event featuring exceptional pianists and teachers celebrating the versatility and virtuosity of piano!   Michael Allen Harrison (of “Ten Grands” fame) leads the event, crafting a fantastic genre-spanning program featuring four pianists with much collaboration, performance, and education.

Friday Concert 7:30 p.m. featuring all four pianists celebrating the versatility and virtuosity of piano.
-> Workshops, masterclasses, and musical conversations with all four pianists throughout the day Saturday.
-> Saturday Concert 7:30 p.m. highlighting collaborations with all four pianists and even more amazing solo performances.
(The two evening concerts are two completely different programs — you’ll want to attend both for the full experience!)

WHO: YOU, along with piano teachers, piano players, and music-appreciators of all stripes.
Unique to this event is the integration of multiple genres of music. Always considered yourself
a purely classical enthusiast? Let’s see how the jazz cats swing it! Prefer a tangy jazz lick or
walking bass groove? Hear about Bach and Beethoven’s influence on the bluest of blue notes.

: $80 for all-inclusive full pass.  All the concerts, all the workshops, all of it!
Students age 21 and under get the all-inclusive full pass for just $40.
Individual concert tickets are $35 for Friday night or $35 for Saturday night. (Students $10)

Check out the featured artists and  Click Here For Tickets..

Subaru WinterFest @ Mt Bachelor
Apr 3 – Apr 5 all-day

Winter Lovers Rejoice.  Subaru’s WinterFest is back!!!  Presented by Harman Kardon®,  this one-of-a-kind concert and mountain lifestyle tour will make memories that last forever.  Featuring live music, Subaru swag, free snacks and beverages, daily giveaways, gear demos, dog activities, and much more at Mt Bachelor.  Gather your crew and come share your love for all things winter…. Check out the complete schedule and list of events online.

Music Lineup

The Infamous Stringdusters (4/3)

Railroad Earth (4/4)

Horseshoes & Hand Grenades (4/4 & 4/5)

Eagle Crest Resort | Wine Tasting @ Eagle Crest Resort
Apr 3 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Eagle Crest Resort will be hosting wine tasting at Silverleaf Cafe every Friday from 3:00pm-6:00pm. Wine experts will indulge your senses and educate your pallet with tastings from some of Oregon, Washington and California’s finest wines.

Tastings start at $1.00
Wines by the glass are $5.00
All bottle purchases are 10% off during tasting hours.

Each Friday afternoon will feature five wines selected from Silverleaf Cafe’s wine list. Selections from wineries such as Maragas, Maryhill, Steelhead and Eola Hills may be featured for a tasting. There will be live music featuring Pear Tree Lane on the second Friday of every month.

For more information, call the Silverleaf Cafe at 541.548.7558

For lodging, please contact Eagle Crest Resort

First Friday Art Walk @ Old Mill District
Apr 3 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

You are invited to stroll through the Old Mill District and enjoy First Friday Art Walk with music and refreshments and fabulous art!  The art galleries in the Old Mill District represent numerous artists and some are working artist studios. The galleries showcase a variety of mediums from traditional paintings, sculpture, and photography to print making, fiber, and mixed media.  Stop by anytime and meet these working artists and experience their beautiful works.

Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery

Tumalo Art Co.

DeWilde Art Glass

Badass Women of History @ High Desert Museum
Apr 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The High Desert Museum invites you to Badass Women of History.  This fun and unique event includes cocktails, games and a specially crafted tour of the Hall of Exploration and Settlement.  Inspired by the known and unknown women of history, this evening will have you laughing, crying and celebrating.

Cafe open – No-host bar.

Guest Chef Dinner Series @ The Suttle Lodge
Apr 4 @ 7:00 pm

Suttle Lodge will host award-winning CHEFS FROM AROUND THE COUNTRY for their 2020 Guest Chef Dinner Series.  Don’t miss this opportunity to experience cuisine by some of the best Chefs in America right here in Central Oregon!  Each dinner is $95 per person, served family-style.   A portion of ticket sales will go to a partnering Oregon non-profit. Tickets and information can be found at, and on Eventbrite.


Wife and husband team Katy and Joe Kindred earned Best Restaurant bragging rights from the likes of Bon Appétit and Wine Enthusiast after only two years in business, and Joe brought home a James Beard Semifinalist title for Best Chef Southeast in 2017. Their restaurant Kindred delivers lake vibes from the other side of the country, taking inspiration from the Southern-style fish camps around Lake Norman, N.C.. Their passion, dedication to seasonality, and integrity of ingredients will be right at home cooking in the Pacific Northwest.

The Salmon Run @ Athletic Club of Bend
Apr 5 all-day

Please note that this race has gone “virtual” due to the COVID-19 mandates.  If able, we strongly encourage runners to race on the original Salmon Run courses. Participants can run the course individually or with a small group on their own…Read more on

The Salmon Run is one of Bend’s oldest organized races.  What makes it so popular?  First, it is a true Bend tradition. Second, it is one of the first half marathons of the year in the Northwest, making it central to the local racing scene.  It is also a 10k, 5k and Little Fry event.  Because of its early-season timing, it is also the quintessential race for runners looking to build a base for future races.

“Each year, the mighty Salmon make an expedition of a lifetime back to their homes – traversing thousands of miles and overcoming countless obstacles on their river journeys. The Salmon juxtapose the infinite space of their ocean homes against the micro-streams of their birth in one monumental run. Their achievement is awesome in the true sense of the word.

In much the same way, the Salmon Run is a “homecoming” to the countless number of runners who return year after year to run this beautiful course. The completion of this race is an achievement that is nothing short of awesome.”

This beautiful course starts and finishes at the Bend Athletic Club, following the Deschutes River for much of the way.

Little Fry Run @ Athletic Club of Bend
Apr 5 @ 12:00 pm

Help your Little Fry hatch into runner—enter them into the Little Fry Run, a part of the Pacific Source Kids Rock the Racesseries! If you’re child is too young to run with the big salmon, this fun run will still get them moving upstream! The Little Fry Run is a non-competitive, healthy event that kids 3-10 can enjoy. Everyone receives a finishers ribbon for participating.

Three age/ability-appropriate distance races:

  • Ages 3 to 4 — 12:00pm

  • Ages 5 to 7 — 12:10pm

  • Ages 8 to 10 — 12:20pm

All racers receive a #1 bib, participation ribbon and tasty treats. The more you race the more you earn; join in on all PacificSource Kids Rock the Races runs to earn additional prizes.
Curlapalooza @ The Pavillion
Apr 5 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Bend Park & Rec invites you to the first ever Curlapalooza event at The Pavilion.  Curlapalooza is a come-try curling event (Bonspiel) with fun competition, and/or instruction .  No curling experience needed!   The event will include delicious food, outstanding beverages, great music, and off-ice games and entertainment such as scotch/whisky tasting, corn hole, fire pits, costume contest, photo booth, silent auction and more.

Costume contest
Go plaid! The sport of curling has a tradition of wild plaid and patterned pants and suits. Get your team in the spirit of the sport and come dressed in curling attire. There will be prizes for best team and individual costume.

On time and ready to play!
We will start the tournament with a short training for everyone. This will include an explanation for the flow of the event and an introduction on how to curl. We suggest watching this video before the event too. Curling Video

Localized @ Immersion Brewing
Apr 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Immersion Brewing invites you to join them every Monday for LOCALIZED!  This weekly event celebrates everything local that we love.  We’ll have $2 off our local Immersion Beers (6-8pm), a weekly specialty dish whipped up by Chef Danny from local farms and free live music from local musicians.  There will also be local makers/artists/creators in the house showcasing their craft.  You don’t have to be a local to enjoy LOCALIZED!

Broken Top Club | Art Walk & Live Music @ Broken Top Golf Club
Apr 10 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Art Walk & Live Music from 5:00-7:00 Every 3rd Friday of the month at Broken Top Club. The Art Walk will Featuring Local Artist from the High Dessert Art League, Live Music & Complimentary wine tasting. Make a night of it and stay for dinner, for reservations call 541-383-8200

Apres Ski Bash @ The Commons
Apr 10 @ 6:30 pm

Apres Ski Bash is back with another season of truly fantastic Free Monthly Friday Concerts.   Enjoy comraderie, beer, wine and great music after a day on the slopes.   These concerts are 100% free, all ages are most welcome.

On show nights, Season Pass Holders will get $1 beverage discounts at The Commons Cafe until 8:00 p.m.

December 13Scott Pemberton Band

January 17 – High Step Society

February 7 – Polyrhythmics

May 8 – Maxwell Friedman Group

April 10 – Joytribe

Spring Fling @ Hoodoo
Apr 11 all-day

Spring Fling at Hoodoo is always a GOOD TIME!!  This annual farewell to the season is highlighted by the famous Pond Skimming Royale and costume contest.  Head to Hoodoo on April 11th and enjoy!

She Stands Up @ Tower Theater
Apr 11 @ 7:30 pm

She Stands Up is an all women’s stand up comedy show featuring local and traveling talent and benefiting several Central Oregon based non-profit organizations. Comedic All-Stars Chelsea Woodmansee, Shanan Kelley, and Katy Ipock are joined by a lineup of funny and musical friends for a night of laughter, joyful entertainment, and community growth. This extravaganza of laughter, storytelling, and music will delight, surprise, and make a positive and lasting impact on our community!

$55 VIP ticket – Get up close and personal with our crew! Our VIP ticket holders receive access to an exclusive after show meet & greet with the entire cast of She Stands Up. All-access pass holders will also receive a complimentary VIP gift bag filled with treats, products, and special offers from our sponsors. Please note VIP tickets are in limited supply.

Easter Brunch Buffet @ Sunriver Resort
Apr 12 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

Beautiful Sunriver Resort invites you spend Easter with them..After the kids have found their Easter eggs (hidden all over the lodge), come over for a fabulous Easter Brunch at Carson’s American Kitchen.   There will be a carving station, sushi, salads, breakfast fare, eggs Benedict, fresh made omelets and an indulgent dessert station!  PLUS complementary family photos courtesy of Doug Miller are included with the buffet!

COST: $59 per adult | $29 per child | free for children ages 0-5

Credit card hold required | 36 hour cancellation policy
Please call 541-593-3740 for reservations.

About Easter Brunch @ McMenamins
Apr 12 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

McMenamins wishes you a most Happy Easter and invites you to enjoy a delightful Easter Brunch.  Eggs, fresh-baked pastries, honey-glazed ham, fresh fruit – this Easter buffet has all the classic dishes to keep everyone happy, plus a few tasty specialties like shrimp & grits, bagels & lox, cheese blintzes with Ruby-raspberry sauce, endless coffee, desserts and more. Deeelicious!  Call for reservations 541 382 5174.

Easter Egg Hunt @ Sunriver Resort
Apr 12 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

Easter festivities will run from 9:30am – 12pm.  Join us for our annual Sunriver Resort Great Easter Egg Hunt!  Search for eggs hidden all around the lodge and search for the GOLDEN EGG plus there will be a petting zoo, bounce houses, face painting and more!  If you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out the Easter Brunch Buffet at Carson’s American Kitchen!

Easter Egg Hunt & Festivities  |  $18 per egg hunter  •  Age categories | 0-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12

Activities and registration begin at 9:30am and egg huts begin at 10:30am sharp. Egg hunts will begin with the youngest age group and continue one after the other.

Easter Brunch Buffet @ The Oxford Hotel
Apr 12 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm

The Oxford Hotel invites you to join them for a delightful brunch buffet on Easter Sunday. Our special menu includes breakfast favorites, baked goods, fresh salads, seafood, and much more. View the complete menu:  Our brunch buffet will be offered from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm on April 12th.  Georges Bouhey will be performing jazz piano from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.  While dining at 10below, enjoy complimentary valet parking!

Cost: $52 for adults, $19 for ages 6 to 12, free for ages 5 and under. Call 541.382.1010 for reservations today! 🐰

Localized @ Immersion Brewing
Apr 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Immersion Brewing invites you to join them every Monday for LOCALIZED!  This weekly event celebrates everything local that we love.  We’ll have $2 off our local Immersion Beers (6-8pm), a weekly specialty dish whipped up by Chef Danny from local farms and free live music from local musicians.  There will also be local makers/artists/creators in the house showcasing their craft.  You don’t have to be a local to enjoy LOCALIZED!

Ripples @ Riverhouse
Apr 18 @ 5:30 pm

Join the Deschutes Children’s Foundation as they celebrate and create a remarkable guest experience at Ripples, April 18 at 5:30.  Ripples takes place at the Riverhouse Convention Center and welcomes 400 prominent community members, art collectors, and wine aficionados.  This memorable evening includes:

  • luscious wines, craft beers, and appetizers begin the evening
  • dozens of enticing silent auction packages
  • seated dinner
  • live auction boasting a showcase of artwork from the region’s top artists, a paddle raise to support Deschutes Children’s Foundation, world-class wines, and one-of-a-kind experiences including private dinners and getaways.

Artwork by Tracy Leagjeld

Localized @ Immersion Brewing
Apr 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Immersion Brewing invites you to join them every Monday for LOCALIZED!  This weekly event celebrates everything local that we love.  We’ll have $2 off our local Immersion Beers (6-8pm), a weekly specialty dish whipped up by Chef Danny from local farms and free live music from local musicians.  There will also be local makers/artists/creators in the house showcasing their craft.  You don’t have to be a local to enjoy LOCALIZED!

The Goonies @ McMenamins Theater
Apr 20 @ 6:00 pm

It’s been 35 years since The Goonies audiences first went in search of treasure with a lovable band of kids from Astoria into the caves beneath the northern Oregon coastline and Ecola State Park. To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the film, Oregon Film and Travel Oregon will offer public screenings of the movie in five cities around the state—from Salem Cinema to BendFilm, Baker City, La Grande and Coos Bay.  The film will be shown in Bend on Monday, April 20th at Mcmenamins Theater at 6pm.

Possibly the most renown of all #OregonMade films, “The Goonies” remains a seminal experience for generations of filmgoers and self-described Goonies who never say die. Each year thousands of people gather in Astoria to celebrate the filming and setting of the movie through combined efforts spearheaded by the Astoria-Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce, the Clatsop County Historical Society and the Oregon Film Museum (who’s building is the actual set for the opening jail-break scene of the film) with support from dozens of community members.

This partnership will support The Goondocks and Goonies Day in Astoria June 4-7, 2020 along with #OregonMade Films and the Oregon Film Trail. Prior to each screening audiences will enjoy Travel Oregon’s “Take Care Out There” video; Oregon Film and Travel Oregon will also have the opportunity to speak to audiences prior to each screening about the partnership.

Annual Fishing Derby @ Pine Hollow Lakeside Resort
Apr 25 – Apr 26 all-day

Take the path less traveled to Pine Hollow Lakeside Resort for their Annual Fishing Derby.   This event begins half an hour after sun-up on Saturday and goes thru noon on Sunday. There is a $5 registration fee, and the derby is open to all ages.  Lots of prizes will be awarded to the biggest catches Sunday shortly after noon. Winning catches are based on length then weight and then the time recorded. So, if you catch a big one get it to the scale!

Deschutes River Valley Time Trial Stage Race @ Imperial River Company
Apr 25 – Apr 26 all-day

The Deschutes River Valley Time Trial is quite possibly the only race of its kind!  This event by Race Across Oregon allows you to compete in three individual stage races over two days.  Stages consist of a 26-mile Sherars Falls loop, an 8-mile Criterion hill climb, and a 47.5-mile Bakeoven summit adventure.  The race staging area is at Imperial River Company in Maupin, OR.   The weekend will close out with a “highly un-professional” awards ceremony and post race party.  Be sure to bring your friends and family for post-race bragging rights.

Sunrise Smith Rock Photo Workshop
Apr 25 @ 5:30 am – 11:30 am

Join photographers Ryan Cleary and Richard Bacon on a sunrise shoot at iconic Smith Rock State Park. Following our time in the field, we will have a 2 hour post processing session highlighting Lightroom tricks and tips led by Ryan and Richard and time to edit your favorite shots from the morning.  Click here for trip details.

WHEN April 25, 2020 | 5:30- 7:30am + 9:00 – 11:00am

COST: $350 / person

Swainson’s and Squirrels @ High Desert Museum
Apr 25 @ 7:00 am – 2:00 pm

The High Desert Museum invites you to take a field trip with a wildlife curator for this Swainson’s and Squirrels program.. Explore the great migration of the Swainson’s hawk as they return to Central Oregon from their wintering grounds in South America. Their arrival is timed with the emergence of Belding’s ground squirrels from hibernation. Join a wildlife curator on this trip to Fort Rock for a comprehensive look at this important predator-prey relationship and how humans can cause it to become unbalanced.

7:00 am — 2:00 pm

$50, Members receive 20% discount

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