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New Year’s Resolution: Our Bend Bucket List for 2021

New Year’s Resolution: Our Bend Bucket List for 2021

2021 is looking up! There’s going to be more to do and see in Bend than ever before, and that’s great news for newcomers who are scheduling their favorite activities. But one question we get asked a lot is, “What is the one thing that I absolutely need to put on my...

Shop Small Businesses in Bend for the Holidays

Shop Small Businesses in Bend for the Holidays

Small business is the lifeblood of Bend in more ways than one – there’s a good reason the city is one of the most popular spots for entrepreneurs in the country. But 2020 has brought a lot of unique challenges to the small businesses in Central Oregon, especially...

5 Great Ways to Spend the Holidays in Bend

5 Great Ways to Spend the Holidays in Bend

Finding fun activities to do with loved ones is a high point for the holidays every year. This year brings particular challenges as Oregon continues to experience pandemic-related restrictions and social distancing to help stop rising coronavirus numbers throughout...

10 Non-Profits for Giving in Bend

10 Non-Profits for Giving in Bend

Feel like getting more involved with the community as you work on relocating to Bend? Bend has a variety of innovative and powerful charities, nonprofits, and community organizations designed to help others. While we encourage you to look at the options for yourself,...

8 Tips for Winterizing Your Home in Bend, OR

8 Tips for Winterizing Your Home in Bend, OR

As the hot summer days turn shorter and colder in the fall, it’s a sign for all to winterize your home in preparation for what’s usually a snowy winter. Those relocating to Bend may not be sure about everything to should to get ready for cold temperatures: Our tips...

10 Tips for Celebrating Halloween During the Pandemic

10 Tips for Celebrating Halloween During the Pandemic

Trying to figure out how to celebrate Halloween this year? While trick-or-treating is an open-air activity, the CDC is recommending that families skip it in the age of COVID-19 due to the potential of kids spreading infections. And Halloween house parties are...

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