As fall gracefully eases its way onto the scene and provides a time to harvest and give thanks, it’s the perfect time to enjoy a community gathering. The Bank of the Cascades Bend Fall Festival, presented by The Source Weekly and Hayden Homes brings a celebration of all things fall to downtown Bend. Fall-themed activities including contests, music, art, and food that will thrill attendees of all ages.
Friday, October 2nd (5pm - 10pm)
Saturday, October 3rd (11am - 10pm)
Sunday, October 4th (11am - 5pm)
Location: Downtown Bend
Free Concerts On Two Stages
Fine Artist Promenade
Conscious Living Showcase
Fall Into Fun Street
Over 30 Food Vendors
FULL FESTIVAL DETAILS BELOW
***Located at Oregon Ave and Bond St, Downtown Bend***
Friday October 2nd
Saturday October 3rd
Sunday October 5th
Locals Only Stage
***Located in the Wells Fargo Parking Lot, Downtown Bend***
Friday October 2nd
Saturday October 3rd
Sunday October 4th
The Fine Artist Promenade for 2014 will be a lively mix of curated Art and Craft, showing work of over 125 participants.
Jax Hats apparel is handmade and unique; funky, fashionable and fun for men, women and children.
Oil paintings and encaustic on canvas and board from Bozeman, Montana.
Angie Sebolt –Jewelry
Sterling silver, gold, leather and copper jewelry mixed with pearls and semi-precious stones.
Clothing created from eco-friendly and up-cycled fibers, handmade in Portland Oregon with zero waste.
Custom-formulated, hand-thrown food tool ceramics with metaphorical functionality.
Handmade pendant lights (12' to 16" diameter) made from recycled materials in various shapes and colors.
Pictures taken of objects that appear to be letters, then put into customized handmade frames to make words and names.
Solid bronze, copper, and silver jewelry items that are all hand forged.
Old buttons are wire-wrapped in sterling silver, brass or copper to give each button an artistic and unexpected new life in the jewelry.
Boozy Baubles creates recycled glass art from solar lanterns to recycled glass jewelry.
All original acrylic on cotton canvas paintings.
Digitally created art inspired by sacred geometry and nature, then burned to screen, and printed to cotton and bamboo clothing.
Hotdish Aprons creates 9 styles of aprons, made from designer fabrics and are all carefully sewn by Christine.
Fiber art angels and flowers using needle and wet felting techniques with bead and thread work woven in.
Encaustics, using plaster and tar for texture and collaging in antique ephemera.
Bracelets made from Bicycle Spokes for men and women
Using the base of a vintage blazer, then combining new wool, hoods, sleeve extensions, hand cut appliques, pin-tucks, bows, ruffles & genuine stones, to make them a one-of-a-kind piece.
Sophisticated rustic wood and metal furniture pieces with an emphasis on live edge and natural shapes.
Woodworking featuring intarsia in a very detailed and small self-created pattern using over 100 types of wood.
Feminine clothing and accessories made from recycled cashmere and other fine fabrics.
Handmade copper and beaded jewelry by Dragonfly Design.
Lamps balanced and designed with unique "High Desert Juniper" with shades made of leather from Bend, Oregon.
Knitwear designed with the love of nature and outdoors that always aim for comfort, warmth, and versatility.
Repoussed copper images hand carved by the artist, most nature related. Matted, framed. Giclee prints.
Sweet Noggins hats are adorable, fun, and hand knit of the highest quality natural fibers.
Hand bent and welded metal sculptures, made within a recycled window frame from the 1800's-1950's.
Bend Soap Company is made from a saponification process, fragrance oils are added, poured into molds, and then the soap is cut.
Sawing, piercing, texturing, forging, soldering, cold connections, filing, sanding, polishing, gem setting all come into play with this handmade jewelry.
All work is hand built using age old techniques, and then fired to 2300 degrees which allows it to be in all weather conditions.
Handcrafted metal wall art that is landscape, wildlife and abstract theme.
Useable wood-turned items such as bowls, platters, pens, bottle stoppers and kitchen items such as pizza cutters and ice cream scoops.
Atomic Nest cuts out designs from masking tape to create one-time use templates, building layer upon layer to get the desired effect.
Photos framed and unframed; metal prints and canvas prints in a variety of sizes 5"x7" through 2'x4'.
Scrumptious Suds is a delicious line of body goods, handcrafted in Portland, Oregon inspired by desserts and cocktails.
From Boise, Idaho these paintings of the west are oil on canvas and acrylic on paper.
Abstract studies of the natural world created using available light. Images are infused into aluminum using a dye sublimation process.
Up-Cycled jewelry made with salvaged roofing copper, spent bullet casings and stripped electrical wire. Designs are stamped, etched, painted with auto touch-up paint and drawn with colored pencil from Bend, Oregon.
Organic aloe cream from Florida.
Joan Ouchida -Other
Reclaimed, recycled and reused old sports equipment to designs and built furniture.
From Portland, jewelry that features gemstones that draw from the beauty of nature.
Functional handmade ceramics, high fire reduction stoneware.
G-bag is an earth-friendly and stylish garbage bag for the car; great for any clutter in the car from Newberg, Oregon.
BlissPillows: hull-filled therapy pillows for home and travel. In fabrics like organic cotton, hemp, silk, bamboo and hundreds of prints
Hand cut fused glass mounted on acrylic (reinforced) canvas. The glass finishes the story started with the painting. Each piece is hand designed and unique.
Tease Recyclewear makes one-of-a-kind, hip, eco-friendly fashions from recycled t-shirts; sourcing a majority of materials from vintage and thrift shops.
Terrasteel Furniture Design brings a contemporary Pacific Northwest selection of custom and production crafted furniture.
Beautiful scarves, shawls, bags and various accessories made from primarily reclaimed and natural fibers.
Hand Painted Historic map replicas using layered watercolor and stain to give historically significant maps new life as a living room center piece from Kalispell, Montana.
Wire woven, wire wrapped and wirework fine jewelry crafted with natural semi-precious stones.
A "Found" object collector and designer of assemblage jewelry.
Unique and timeless hand hammered jewelry made in Missoula, Montana.
Acrylic painted canvases of contemporary landscapes, lively with color from Hailey, Idaho.
Created from driftwood, rock, found objects and metal; though welding and forging is the main technique.
Springtime Farms in Salem, Oregon uses alpaca fiber from the farm. It is spun, crocheted, knitted, and felted, depending on the product.
Blue Spruce Pottery is handmade functional stoneware and decorative raku pottery.
Americana Woodworks is handcrafted outdoor furniture in the Adirondack tradition.
Genuine Green Gorgeous-Natural Edge Furniture creates furniture from salvaged trees and keeps it in a sleek, organic form here in Bend, Oregon.
Mixed media objects for the home from Gleneden Beach, Oregon.
From Sequim, Washington, some metal pieces use resources that have been re-purposed, like tin cans. Others are created new.
Leather accessories handmade locally in Bend, Oregon.
Material scraps found at thrift stores, rummage sales, garage sales and other similar venues are taken then turned into one of a kind piece from Silverton, Oregon.
Photographs printed on canvas and displayed in floating wood frames or gallery wrap prints.Photography, printing, and framing is performed by the artist. Prints are archival w 90 years fade resistant.
Patricia Saler Trainor-Ceramics
Midfire stoneware pottery, either slab-built or wheel thrown and textured. Brushed glazes using wax-resist technique.
Woodworking handmade in Bend, primarily lathe-turnings as well as other creations in wood, mostly high-desert, reclaimed juniper. Oil & wax and/or lacquer finished.
Decorative, alternatively fired ceramics, using horsehair, copper sulfate, sugar, etc.
Restorative Touch LLC-Souk
Professional, effective, and high-quality massage services tailored to restore your body’s natural health and function.
Rin Carroll Jackson-Fiber
Batik: the ancient art of using beeswax to resist dye applications on fabrics.
Contemporary jewelry pieces fabricated in silver, textured with etched plates, and 14k and 18k gold with various stones.
Sam Klemke-Fine Art
On the spot caricature artist who has been at the festivals for over 18 years here in Bend, Oregon.
From Emmett, Idaho this upcycled art is inspired, designed and built using vintage ceiling tin, along with a variety of architectural, industrial and automotive elements.
A combination of modern work that is fabricated from Las Angeles, California.
Photographs transferred to canvas, gallery wrapped, hand painted with a clear gel to give texture, depth, and vivid color which looks like a painting.
Handcrafted copper jewelry from here in Bend, Oregon
Work inspired by nature; using found sea glass and stones.
The combined use of sustainably harvested exotic and domestic hardwoods to create elegantly styled functional culinary tools.
Gallery-quality outdoor nature and landscape, color and black and white photographs
Carved natural stone, wood, and fossil ivory into jewelry pieces and table sculptures.
Handcrafted stone & copper jewelry along with handcrafted wood and stone wall art.
Giant flowers, arbors, trellises, birdbaths, garden stakes, birds, fairies, and bugs made of steel and hand painted and adorned with hand fused glass for leaves, balls, and discs.
Traditional batik process clothing from Portland, Oregon.
Work that is first created with sheet glass, crushed glass and powders that are all fused together, then cut to compose specific designs.
Bank of the Cascades Bend Fall Festival is all about families, and this year’s Struble Orthodontics Family Harvest Area
will be overflowing with Fall themed activities for all ages. With Halloween inspired and Harvest activities
from family focused businesses around Central Oregon, this is the time to pack up the family for a day of
magic, play, sport and exploration!
CE Lovejoy’s Pumpkin Painting
Make Your Own Mask
The Great Fall Fest Maze
DD Ranch Barn Yard Animals
S’morey Telling Time
High Desert Droids
Carboard Tube Fighting
3D Print & Scan
Don’t miss the Family Fun Activities!
Saturday Oct 3rd
The tradition continues. Grab a FREE pumpkinand paint to your heart’s desire. 11am-3pm Saturday and Sunday
The Conscious Living Showcase on Wall Street between Oregon Avenue and Greenwood Avenue will feature businesses that are dedicated to helping attendees live a healthy, whole, and well lifestyle. More than 40 local businesses and organizations will fill the street with their knowledge and missions.
Turf-n Central Oregon
Bend Spay & Neuter
Sponsored by Brians Cabinets
Great Northern Window and Door
Northwest Quality Roofing
You Angel You
Green Savers USA
Partners In Card
Sponsored By Hendrix Brinich Bertalan Attorneys At Law
Oregon Air National Guard
Living Well Therapy
Bellissimo Body Care
High Desert Rescue & Rehabilitation
Sponsored By: Wild Birds Unlimited
Central Oregon Veterans Outreach
Sponsored By Sunwest Builders
Tower Garden by Juice Plus
American Board of Child Diabetes
Exhale Spa & Laser Center
Sunriver Nature Center
Prime Health Shop
Homeowner Energy Challenge
Home Heating and Cooling
Beard With Me
Alta Rock Energy
Toys For Tots
Sponsored by Building Solutions
Presented by Atlas Cider Company
On Minnesota Avenue between Bond Street and Wall street
The CE Lovejoy’s Harvest Market is teeming with the colors and fragrance of Fall’s bounty. Come indulge in the beautiful produce and fine food products grown and handcrafted in our region. Sweet corn, crisp apples,juicy pears, heirloom tomatoes, vibrant flower bouquets, gourmet salts, wine,ciders, knobby gourds and stout pumpkins are just a few of the autumn treasures to be found at the market.
A few of our local farmers who will be sharing their portion with us include:
Severson Farms Sweet Corn
Navidi's Oils and Vinegars
Good Earth Farms
Fur Friends Doggies Bakery
Scentsy with Heather Martin
Blooms and Sweets
DS Johnson Ent.
Thai on the Fly
La Rojisima Authentic Salsa
Cha Meng Family Farm
Tallow Balm Skin Care Cream
Wanderlust Soap Company
Holm Made Toffee Co.
The Bank of the Cascades Bend Fall Festival, presented by The Source Weekly and Hayden Homes, will feature more than 20 innovative food vendors serving savory and sweet offerings. Get your eat on in the Wells Fargo Parking Lot off of Oregon Avenue. The Kendall Auto Groups Oktoberfest area will feature favorite foods of fall, for an Autumn Lunch experience!
Homemade Happy Cuisine
Columbia Gorge Concessions
Addy Mac's Creamery
The Curry Shack
Chicka-D's Chicken Shack
Demetris Greek Street
Dump City Dumplings
Family Dogs Corn Dogs
Famous Kettle Korn
Noi Thai Cuisine
Pretzel City Pretzels
The Pizza Cart
Deshutes Brewery Libation Stations will be located throughout the festival space offering a selection of finely crafted microbrews and wine, in addition to seasonal cocktails from Bend Distillery, and ciders from Atlas Cider COmpany.
Fri, October 3 (Music only!) 5pm-11pm
Sat, October 4 from 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. Family Harvest Area, Conscious Living, Fine Artist Promenade and Harvest Market close at 6 p.m.
Sun, October 5 from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Admission & Parking
No dogs allowed.
Downtown Bend on Wall Street, Oregon Avenue and Minnesota Avenue.
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