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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.
Pioneer Ranch, Cascade Lavender, Smith Rock Nut Roasters, Rooper Ranch, Moose Farm LLC, Food for the Sole, Imperial Yarn, Mt. View Farm, Wild Fork Flower, Celia’s Gourmet Food, The Vegetable Man, Sparrow Bakery, Mystic Roots Creations, McCourtney Family Farm, Farmhouse Pies, Farmhouse Candles
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.
Sponsored by the DIY Cave
2018 Featured Artists
Best of Show: Jeffery Fuch
Congratulations Jeffery Fuchs Wood Turning for winning Best of Show 2019!
I live in Portland, Oregon with my wife Robin Laughlin and Uma, our awesome Golden Retriever. By day I’m a civil engineer serving as Public Works Director in Tualatin, a medium sized town located south of Portland. In my free time, I make things, garden, cook, rock climb, run, ride bikes, drink wine and beer, eat really good food, buy arts and crafts, and live a good life. I love the mountains, forests, desert, ocean, and art.
I’ve been making things since I was a child. I grew up in a family that made things. We also raised sheep, cows, chickens, rabbits, bees, and fruits and vegetables. I learned to weld before I was in high school and I helped my dad work on cars and our tractor. It seems like we were always building or fixing something.
In 2003, I bought my first lathe and made my first tiny bowl, which we still use as a salt pig.
I love watching the forms develop as I turn a piece of wood. I love making art you can look at and touch. I also really like making art people can use.
Best of Jury: Aneela Fazal
Congratulations Impressionist Art by Aneela Fazal for winning Best of Jury! This is decided by the three person jury who juries all arts and crafts vendors for Fall Festival. Aneela Fazal was chosen for the freshness and vibrancy of her work, as well as her professional and sophisticated presentation!
I’m a self taught contemporary artist who finds inspiration through life experiences and travels to places where my art takes me, things our eyes observe and can’t explain in so many words. My current body of work is very much based on color exploration and the added dimension of texture. I’m using colors that are opposites on the color wheel. The series I have created is called “Outside the lines”, my inspiration behind this is my daughter who has taught me to look beyond perfection and break some rules. I want my art to reach out to people in meaningful ways and have them find their own stories in the pieces I create.
Saturday & Sunday | Oregon Avenue – Between Brooks and Wall Streets
Saturday & Sunday | Oregon Avenue – 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.
The Pretty Pussycat, Natural Stone Jewelry, Local Women’s Handcrafts, Gunnars Gunpowder Spice Co, Wanderwant, Key to Tibet, Sage and Stone, Last Chance Cafe, Queen of Shiva, DoTerra, Imagine Anything Art Gallery, Copper Venus, Za Zen, Grimm Brothers Food, The Jelly Bean, Pearl Of Africa Imports, The Jewelry Girl LLC, Bullets Into Jewelry, “Silversands” DBA Beth, Pollitz
Saturday & Sunday | 11am-5pm | Oregon Avenue – 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 on Saturday, October 5th 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 on Saturday, October 6th 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.
City Quest | Oregon Avenue between Lava and Minnesota | Saturday 11am-5pm
City Quest this year will be a part of the Family Play Zone on Saturday! They have some very excited apparatuses coming from the City of Bend, that includes a fire engine, SWAT vehicle and more. There will be interactive demonstrations, like a technical rescue demonstration from the Fire Department, and a CCTV Van that is operated by a real robotic camera from the Utility Department! They will also have an interactive Passport that leads you through the booths, you can get one at their administration booth. Don’t miss out on this chance to see the City of Bend department from the inside-out.
Demonstrations at Intersection of Oregon and Irving
12pm Kitchen Fire Demonstration
1pm Rope Rescue Demonstration
2pm Rope Rescue Demonstration
3pm Home Fire Sprinkler Demonstration
4pm Kitchen Fire Demonstration
City Quest Booths:
All departments from the City of Bend; Administration, Utility Department, WaterWise, Storm Water, Community Development, and Fire Department
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.
Meli Wraps LLC, Merrill Cellars, Caramel Kitchen, The Doggie Bakery, HelloFresh, Ferrum Technology, Blissful Spoon, Oregon Craft, Noble Estate Vineyards, Elixir Wine Group, Brew Dr. Kombucha, Culture Aromatics, Terra Frma, Auntie Laura’s Sweets, Hazelnut Hill, Mother’s Juice Cafe, Black Scottie Chai, Raindance Organics
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, TOTS!, Scout Post, Sanger, Lajitana, The Bob, Gretchen’s Gourmet Dawgs, Southern Accents, Island Noodles, Parrilla Fish Shack
2018 Beer, Wine & Spirits
Deschutes Brewery Libation Stations located throughout the festival. Serving beverages from:
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.