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What’s Happening

HARVEST MARKET

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Saturday & Sunday | Minnesota Avenue – Between Bond and Wall Street

The Harvest Market, on Minnesota Ave., will be teeming with the colors and fragrances of fall’s bounty. Delicious fruits and vegetables from local farmers like, knobby gourds, acorn squash, pumpkins will gild the booths. Local ranchers will provide chicken, pork and beef to make hearty meals, appropriate for the season.

2018 Vendors

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FINE ARTIST PROMENADE

Saturday & Sunday  |  Wall Street between Oregon and Franklin

Check out the Fine Arts Promenade, on Wall St. This year will showcase a new robust display of fine arts and crafts. There will be over 100 vendors exhibiting unique, handmade products and artwork. A rich display of beautiful goods will also run between Wall St. and Brooks St. at the SOUK world market bazar.

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2018 Featured Artists

Art By Tai, Joe Christensen, Americana Woodworks, Jewels Curnow, Michael’s Designs, Ashley May Jewelry, James Merrigan, Celeste Wong, Clayson Woodworks, Gourmet Caricatures, Fired Elements, Tease Recyclewear, Alan Higinhotham, My Favorite Button, BlissBiz, Tularoo Soaps, Tiny Desk Design, Bryan Clocker, Mitzi Kart, Backcountry Metal Work, The One-Off Left, Dragonfly Design, Justin LeBart, Dunhole, On U Designs, Owl House Batik, Anella Fazal LLC, Sabine Schran-Collings, Klamath River Alpacas, Laura Koppes, Nerd Wood Designs, Jeffrey Fuchs Wood Art, Brian Willard, Kiley Burke, Peaces by Lauren, Petal Smith, Circle Couture, Gloasters, Megan Marie Myers Arts, Tiger Food Press, Roam & Shelter, Blue Spruce Pottery, Rachel Murray

THE SOUK

Saturday & Sunday | Oregon Street – Between Brooks and Wall Streets

The SOUK is section of our festival focusing on items from all over the world, as well as products that reflects the lifestyle and values of our community at large.

This area is for vendors offering non-altered products as well as products that have not been significantly altered and that have originated and/or manufactured by an outside company or other commercial services. (By significantly altered we mean items that have not been transformed into another item all together. Staining, polishing, painting or embellishing does not constitute as  significantly altered.) Please see arts and craft section for significantly altered arts and crafts.

2018 Vendors

Hawaiian Moon, IQ Massager, Napa View

FAMILY PLAY ZONE

Saturday & Sunday | 11am-5pm | Oregon Street – Between Bond Street and Lava Road

Enjoy two days of family fun from First Interstate Bank Bend Fall Festival. It will be more fun than ever. Bounce houses, face painting, balloon animals, kids’ activities and more!

Join us for the final Kids Rock the Races event brought to you by Pacific Source held at The Bend Fall Festival! Kids between the ages of 3-10 will have a blast on this fun course!

The fun run will be held during the Bend Fall Festival. Children will run a fun course at Troy Field (just south of the Fall Festival) and receive a pumpkin they can take back to the Bend Fall Festival Family Fun Area’s Pumpkin Painting Station at the conclusion of their race.

Races begin at Noon with an award ceremony immediately following each distance and age group.

Start times as follows:
Noon:  age 3-4
12:15 pm:  age 5-7
12:30 pm:  age 8-10

Race entry is $5 and includes a race bib and a finisher’s ribbon.

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GOURMET FOOD & WINE STREET

Saturday & Sunday | Minnesota Avenue – Between Wall Street and Bond Street

If you need some more foodie inspiration Gourmet Food and Wine Street is also on Minnesota Ave. Gourmet is a lifestyle not limited to food and beverage but also the tools used to make it. Artisan products will be available for novice cooks to gourmet chefs. This street will be dedicated to the entire experience of food production, start to finish.

2018 Vendors

Pioneer Ranch, Celia’s Gourmet Foods, Meli Wraps LLC, Merrill Cellars, Caramel Kitchen, The Doggie Bakery, HelloFresh, Ferrum Technology, Blissful Spoon, Oregon Craft, Noble Estate Vineyards

FOOD & LIBATIONS

2018 Food Vendors

Friday – Sunday  |  Wells Fargo Parking Lot

Famous Kettle Korn, Senior C’s Street Tacos, Dump City Dumplings, Circa 1880 LLC, Rico’s Tacos, Greekstreet Catering, Shred Town Food Cart, Empanadas Maria Elba, Curbside Bistro, Lind’s Concessions, Just Perfect Food, TOTS!, Samurai Teriyaki, Scout Post, Sanger

2018 Beer, Wine & Spirits

Deschutes Brewery Libation Stations located throughout the festival. Serving beverages from:

Deschutes Brewery

AVID Cider Company

Crater Lake Cocktails:

Pom Lemonade Humm Kombucha w/ Crater Lake Rye Whiskey

BEND BUSINESS SHOWCASE

Saturday & Sunday  |  Wall Street – Between Oregon and Greenwood Avenue

The Bend Business Showcase is on Wall St. and is a valuable opportunity for businesses and visitors in Central Oregon. Expect to be pleasantly surprised to discover the who’s who and who’s doing what in the Central Oregon area. Whether your business is healing and wellness, nutrition, tiny homes, home improvement, insurance agents, banks, recreational vehicles, sporting goods, non-profits, lawyers, or financial consultants, come and join us at Central Oregon’s largest public gatherings to educate and inform.

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