The Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival

The Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival

Enjoying 24 years of success, the Bank of Cascades Bend Summer Festival draws 75,000 visitors for a weekend like no other. Festival features fine artists and craftspeople, artisans and performers, and five stages of some of the best regional and national blues, rock and jazz.

Presented by: The Source Weekly & Hayden Homes

Friday, July 10th (5pm - 10pm)
Saturday, July 11th (11am - 10pm)
Sunday, July 12th (11am - 5pm)

Location: Downtown Bend

Bend Live Music and Festival

Free Concerts on three stages

Fine Artist Promenade

Conscious Living Showcase

Kids Street of Fun

Over 30 food vendors

Gourmet Food, Wine and Jazz on Minnesota Avenue


Call For Artists Open Now 

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Saturday and Sunday

Wall Street between Oregon and Franklin


Stroll through the more than 125 fine artists and craftspeople as they fill the street with their handwork, design and artistry. Traveling to Bend from all over the state, region and country, these fine artists bring color and life to the Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival Presented by The Source Weekly! It's an ideal place to find that special gift or one-of-a-kind piece that will bring you (or someone you love) happiness for years to come.

2014's Artists

A sampling of this year's artists bringing pottery, photography, fiber arts and clothing, 2D fine art, 3D fine art and sculpture, home and garden adornments, jewelry and more:


Best of Jury: Joni Olsen

Fine Artist Joni Olsen lives in Bend, Oregon. Her originalhand drawn work is done in pen and ink, water color is added, and then scannedinto a computer. Her pieces are finished digitally and printed as photos,giclees, or on various mediums, such as recycled bags for usable art. 

Her surrealist style often features nature. She says that“No two people ever see the same things in my pieces, but most everyone canrecognize some type of emotion in them. Anger, happiness, laughter, intense,spiritual, calming, peace, tranquility, some will even take you on a journeywhere only your mind can go.”

AmericanaWoodworks-Wood : Handcrafted outdoor furniture in the Adirondack tradition.

AnnCraven-Other: Quilts, creatures, toothfairy pillows, and kids toys.

Beht Yoe-Jewelry: Contemporary design combined with arespect for craftsmanship.

Bill Earhart-Ceramics: Hand-thrown food tool ceramics withmetaphorical functionality.

Brooke Spehar-Jewelry: Bronze, copper, and silver piecesfinished to a high shine.

Carly Deblock-Painting: Work primarily created withwatercolors.

Chris Johnson-Jewelry: Unique creations that incorporateChris’ handmade ceramic clay pieces.

Dan Elster-Photography: Wildlife photography, mostly fromthe Pacific Northwest.

Danny Hughes-Collage: Original collage paintings on woodpanels.

Debra Harris-Jewlery: Desert Rock n Gem does all thesilversmith work, Mines and hand cuts their gemstones.

Denise Sampson-Jewelry: Soldering, cold forming, wirewrapping and bead embroidery all done by Dragonfly Design.

Donna Kern-Jewelry: Jewelry created from recycled metals,and recycled license plate handbags.

Dwight Johnson (Bend Soap Company)-Other: Locally made soapcrafted from goat milk and fragrance oils.

 Elisa Goodman-Other: One-of-a-kindart cards.

Elita Hill-Fiber: 100% cotton A-line skirts & headbandsfor ladies & girls.

Fengping Scott Chen-Other: The patient art of Bonsai. ManyBonsai plants and terrariums. 

George Bromwell-Metal : Forged decorative and utilitarianpieces of art.

Gero Heine-Photography: Works printed on 100% archivalbaryta fiber and watercolor papers.

Gil Gorre-Jewelry: Sea shells and other marine life are usedas the main components in this jewelry from Covina, CA.

Grace McNabb-Jewelry: Beads and wire are used to build thesepieces from Eugene, OR.

Heather Rose-Fiber: Quality sewn handbags, purses, backpacks, and iPad/Tablet covers.

Janet Tarjan Erl-Painting: Professional watercolor and oilpaintings.

Jeffrey Murray-Photography: Landscape photography printed soit is an illuminating limited edition print.

 Jen Aylward-Jewelry: Up-Cycledjewelry made with salvaged roofing copper.

Jen Schones-Souk: Bags made by women of Cambodia.

Jennifer Fajardo-Souk: Organic aloe cream.

Jennifer Weger-Painting: Variety of art prints and greeting,tote bags, coffee mugs, and book marks.

JoAnn Burgess-Painting: Pastel landscapes in museum gradeframing.

Jonathan Magee (Oregon Wind Spinners)-Souk: Powder-coatedmetal that spins in the wind and creates beautiful reflections.

Joni Kauhane-Fiber: G-bags are earth-friendly and stylishgarbage bags for the car.

Josh Hirt-Jewelry: Woven designs that incorporate hand-madeceramic beads & found objects.

Karla Lorentson-Glass: Glass work that includes yard art andfused glass pieces.

Karsten Boysen-Sculpture : Sculptures created with recycledmetals revolving around spiral inspiration.

Kate Carder-Fiber : Recycled and repurposedt-shirts, re-sewn into skirts, scarves, arm warmers, shrugs, etc.

Katelyn Mingo-Jewelry: Wirework jewelry that is made withsterling silver, copper and semiprecious stones.

Kathryn Jones-Jewelry: Hand ground and polishednatural stone jewelry that are mirror imaged pairs.

Katie Brown (Trendy and Tipsy)-Souk: Vintage clothingcombined with remnant fabrics to refurbish.

Kenzie Lind-Jewelry: Upcycled pieces, specializing in spoonrings.

Kim Williams-Fine-Art: Cover-ups and other clothing that is sewn,dyed and hand trimmed.

Kirk Casey (Terra Steel)-Other: Contemporary PacificNorthwest custom and production crafted furniture.

Les Campbell-Wood: Fine decorative and functional items froma variety of hardwoods.

Leslee Adams-Painting: Vibrant watercolors of food, floral,landscapes, and cacti.

Linda Lu-Fiber: Machine pieced and quilted fabrics made intopot holders, lap and miniature quilts.

Lyle Ang-Jewelry: Argentium sterling silver jewelrycreations showcasing gemstone cabochons or coins.

Mallory Tod-Other: Decorative and/or functional art madefrom recycled elements.

Mandy Allen-Jewelry: Jewelry fabricated from silver andaluminum which anodize and custom dye a wide range of colors.

Marianne Prodehl-Jewelry : Cymbals, toolboxes, silver traysetc. turned into jewelry from Bend, OR.

Marty Hogan-Jewelry: Jewelry that is inspired by nature,made of silver, brass and upcycled copper.

Michael Eastep-Ceramics: Wheel thrown and hand builtporcelain pottery, decorative tile and jewelry all featuring macro-crystallineglazes.

Michael Gwinup(Blue Spruce Pottery)-Ceramics: Handmadefunctional stoneware and decorative Raku pottery from Bend, OR.

Michael Knutson-Painting: Paintings with intricate objectsplaced on vast backgrounds from Seattle, WA.

Michael Sage-Other: Real skeleton leaves in shadow boxes anda small line of pendants/earrings.

Mike Mitchell-Wood : Hanging plant holder made from wood andrope.

Milinn Spady-Glass: Unique fused and slumped glass dishwares,gifts and art.

Mishell Swartwout-Painting: Whimsical acrylic paintingsdisplayed in hand painted mattes and frames.

Nicole Flood-Fiber: Clothing created by the artists’independently made designs, patterns, and prototypes

Noelle Dass-Painting: Bold acrylic on canvas paintings.

Pamela Brown Wilkinson-Photography: Images are produceddigitally with various options for framing and matting.

Paula Gibson-Metal: Rustic unique copper wall art.

Paul Bianchina-Wood: Lathe-turned and natural-formed pieces,made primarily from Oregon’s Western Juniper.

Peter Hinds-Painting: Highly detailed and brightly coloredpaintings.

Peter Roussel- Ceramics : Wheel thrown ceramic vases,finished with slips, horse hair, ferric chloride and copper sulfates.

Riley Willitts-Other: Mindful Mischief is a Bend clothingbrand that celebrates the uniqueness in everyone.

Rocky Rothschiller-Other: Ornamental varieties of wheatinterwoven into various designs.

Sabine Schran-Collings-Jewelry: Pieces fabricated in silvertextured and etched plates and gold with various stones.

Sandy Tweed-Painting: Paintings of animals that primarilyincorporate transparent washes and glazes.

Sara Krosch-Other: All-natural body care: moisturizers,soaps, scrubs, candles, masks & more for skin, hair and nails.

Sarah Mitts-Fiber: Handcrafted natural clothing for womenand men, cotton scarves, hemp and recycled bags, etc.

Shane Schaeffer-Metal : Stainless steel sheet and wirecreated flora and fauna characters.

Sheila Walker-Jewelry: Handcrafted copper jewelry from Bend,OR.

Sierra Gwin-Jewelry: Found sea glass and stones or pearlsand gems are used for the pieces and finished with a signature handmade clasp.

Sine Morse-Collage: Painted, and rolled paper that is handcut and positioned to form 3-D art.

Solymar Palm-Jewelry: Pieces inspired by nature with uniquebotanical and antiquated findings.

Staci Hillman-Other (Fiber): Children's clothing, with thesignature “Serendipity” dress, which is a 'grow with me' style.

Stephen Bruce-Painting: Acid paintings on copper/brasspanels.

Steve Stegall-Sculpture: Hand carved fossil ivory, exoticand domestic wood sculptures.

Sue Dougherty-Photography : Digital photography highlightingCentral Oregon beauty, birds, and trails.

Tai Voutier-Jewelry: Jewelry created by fusing andreticulation to the metals in Lake Oswego, OR.

Terry Foltz-Wood: Wildlife scenes and Native American artcreated on unique wood using a scroll saw.

Tim Giraudier-Photography: Landscapes and sceneryphotography that is framed in quality archival materials.

Tom Boatright-Painting: Oils, pigments, luminescence andmetallics mixed to create vivid, dimensional paintings.

Tyler Jarvik-Fiber: Clothing adorned in the traditionalbatik process from Portland, OR.

Zell Lee-Other: Real butterfly wings preserved and arrangedinside a variety of 2D shadowbox frames.


Struble_Orthodontics_logo_bw.jpgFAMILY FUN STREET


Come Enjoy Hours of Entertainment on the Family Fun Street!

On the Family Fun Street, Enjoy Vendors like:

DD Ranch pony rides & petting zoo

Wildside Rehabilitation

Angelina’s Face Painting

Bend Cheerleaders Dunk Tank

Inflatables and Bouny Fun

Leapin’ Lizards Creation Station Crafts

YO Wild

Downhome Concessions

Central Oregon Aerial Arts Saturday 12 – 4pm

Central Oregon Elite Dancers



Saturday and Sunday

Wall Street between Oregon Ave and Greenwood Ave

The Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival presented by The Source Weekly is please to welcome back the Conscious Living Showcase. It's a wonderfully popular shout-out to those businesses who help us live a healthy lifestyle in Central Oregon. This year the showcase will boast more than 50 exhibitors from the areas of Outdoor Sports and Recreation, Home and Nature, Healing and Wellness, and Home Energy Conservation.

2014 Exhibitors Include:

N- Hance

Turf-n Central Oregon

Bend Spay & Neuter

Sponsored by Brians Cabinets

Solar Light energy

American Painting

Farmers Insurance

Sunlight Solar

Great NorthernWindow and Door

Northwest QualityRoofing

You Angel You

Air Link

SOS Alarm

Bend Whole Health

Green Savers USA

Lesante Nutrition

Central Oregon ENT

Cutco Cutlery

Budget Blinds

Open Arms Adult DayService

High Desert Rescue& Rehabilitation

Sponsored By: WildBirds Unlimited


Central Oregon Veterans Outreach

Sponsored By Sunwest Builders

Deschutes Property Management

Chimps Incorporated

IQ Massager

Northwest Compact Rod and Supply

Oregon Olympic Athletics

Tower Garden by Juice Plus

Oregon Sierra Club Juniper Group

Sponsored By Bend Oregon Lawyers

Exhale Spa & Laser Center

Sunriver Nature Center

Prime Health Shop

Absolute Fire Protection

US Army Bend Recruiting Station

Merry Maids

Home Heating and Cooling

Health Public Insurance

NW Green Panels

Alta Rock Energy




Saturday and Sunday

Minnesota Avenue


Minnesota Street becomes the hub for gourmet food, wine andcider artisans from California, Oregon and Washington to sip, graze and absorbthe best free live jazz in Oregon! This year, we pair a stellar line up of jazzmusicians with world-class wines from Oregon, salts, oils, spices, exoticprepared food and more. Learn how to complement your foodie repertoire from thesource, on the street, and with friends.

Gourmet Eats:

Republic of Jam

Navidi’s Olive Oil’s & Vinegars

Mi Distinctive Tastes

Justy’s Jelly

Tumalo Lavendar


Salinity Salts

Be sure to visit our new and returning wineries and freshcider brewers to learn more about the exquisite terroirs of the PacificNorthwest, and what makes each unique.

Macindoe Family Cellars

Naked Winery

Noble Estates Winery

Atlas Cider

2 Towns Cider

Revernd Nat’s Hard Cider

Hummm Kombucha


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Located in the Wells Fargo Parking Lot

The Bank of the Cascades Bend Summer Festival will feature more than 30 innovative food vendors serving savory and sweet offerings featuring:

Bates Catering

Bonta Gelato

Chick-a-D’s Chicken Shack

The Pizza Cart

Cuppa Yo

Famous Kettle Korn

Island Noodles

Khara Foods

Parilla Satellite

Philly Style

Purple Smiles

The Manchurian


Hawaiian Shaved Ice

Noi Thai Cuisine

Rico’s Taco’s

Suzy Q’s Donuts

Three Forks

Jumbo Tamales

Dump City Dumplings

Pretzel City Pretzels

China Station

Beer/Wine Vending

Visit the Deschutes Brewery Libation Stations located throughout the festival space. Serving fine microwbrews from Deschutes Brewery, wines, cocktails, and Atlas Cider. 

Policies & Contacts

Admission & Parking

Downtown Bend - Downtown Bend is a launching point to discovering all the wonders of Central Oregon. Downtown bend is the the center of the community where people gather to enjoy the Central Oregon. The historic downtown features over 325 diverse businesses & many fun events.

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Dog Policy

We love your dogs, but please leave them at home. Bringing your dog down to the event is a violation of city code(s):
7.396 (1) “Interfered with conduct of special event by bringing dog to event.”
7.398 (2) “Failing to comply with condition of special event by bringing dog to event.”
City of Bend Police will be on hand and violations are a Class A civil infraction and could result in a $500 fine.

CLICK HERE for parking maps, further ADA accessibility information, and FAQ's. 



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