'Grate' Mac'N'Cheese Tease event on for Saturday evening
The Pet Parade & Fair will be held this Saturday, Sept. 21 starting at Ericksons Thriftway and ending at Stryker Park. The parade is on Fourth Street from Ericksons Thriftway parking lot to Stryker Park. A fair in Stryker Park follows parade from 10:20 a.m. to noon.
The "Grate" Mac'N'Cheese Tease will be held at the Crook County Fairgrounds, 1280 S Main St., Saturday, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. See ad below for more details.
This Saturday, Sept. 21 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Powell Butte Community Center is celebrating the potato history with a Spudtacular! The potato-themed fundraiser is a celebration of the region's agriculture history and is a benefit the Powell Butte Community Center. Plenty of activities are planned for the entire family; sack races, 3-legged races, potato toss, horseshoe competition, mashed potato eating contest, cornhole competition and a potato peeling contest to name a few. For more information, call 559-289-7750.
Ochoco Overlander will host this week's Prineville Perk on Friday, Sept. 20 from 8 to 8:30 a.m. It will be held at Good Bike Co. at 284 NE Third St. For more information on Prineville Perk, contact the Chamber of Commerce at 541-447-6304.
The Center Orthopedic & Neurosurgical Care has announced the addition of Christopher Healy, DO to its team of orthopedic surgeons. He treats patients of all ages, specializing in the treatment of the hand and upper extremity injuries and conditions including congenital hand conditions, treatment for arthritis of the hand and wrist, carpal and cubital tunnel release, as well as injuries to the nerves, tendons, and vessels.
First Interstate Bank's Empty Bowls, presented by Lonza Pharma & Biotech, will be held Sunday, Oct. 27 at the COCC Campus Center in Bend. Empty Bowls is an internationally recognized event that raises awareness of hunger and food insecurity. Attendees keep their hand-crafted bowls as a reminder of the thousands of bowls that remain empty every day in Central Oregon. For more information visit www.neighborImpact.org/empty-bowls.
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