COBA Home & Garden Show
Featuring more than 200 companies and vendors; free; 12 - 6 PM; Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center, 3800 SW Airport Way, Redmond; 541-389-1058 or www.connectiondepot.com/oregon/bend-redmond-sunriver/coba-spring-home-and-garden-show.
HOPE Pet Food Bank
The first Saturday of every month the HOPE Pet Food Bank operates out of the westside Bend Pet Express, offering a monthâ€™s supply of free pet food for up to 3 pets if a low incomce person/family qualifies. Donations are welcome at either Bend Pet Express locations or at the Bend Spay and Neuter Project. For more information visit www.bendsnip.org.
Community Art Collaboration
Free community print/music collaboration for Food Justice at Atelier 6000, 389 SW Scalehouse Court, Bend; 5 PM; featuring "artivist" Jennifer Johns; free; the event is a collaboration between Family Kitchen, Atelier 6000 and Locavore.
The King's Heralds Southern Gospel Music
Southern Gospel Ministries is a local not-for-profit, non-denominational group of volunteers who have been bringing high quality Southern Gospel music to Redmond since October 2011. Our committee greatly appreciates your community service events website and any public service announcements you may be able to provide.
The Kingâ€™s Heralds were founded in 1927 and their tradition of singing has continued since that time. The quartet comes to us from Portland, Tennessee, and presents a rich blend of inspirational harmony during their concerts that are presented throughout the US and in over 50 countries. They have the distinction of being the first Christian gospel group to tour the Peopleâ€™s Republic of China several years ago. They have produced over 100 albums and have received twenty-three Silver Angel Awards for excellence. They have also received the Gold Angel Award for being the oldest continuous Gospel Quartet in America.
High Desert Chamber Music - THUNDER EGG CONSORT
The High Desert Chamber Music 2013-14 season concludes with the Thunder Egg Consort, making their debut in the HDCM Series this season. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, the members of this newly formed group have recently moved to Oregon after varied careers in the New York area. They have taken their name and inspiration from the state rock and are forging new ground in their reclaimed homeland.
Program: Mozart Piano Quartet in G minor, Franck Violin Sonata, Dvorak Piano Quartet No.2 in E flat Major, Op.87
Tickets available through HDCM by phone or online. This is your last chance to come hear the music!