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Country Fair & Art Show
Sept. 10-11, 2021

Fall Street Festival
Sept. 18-19, 2021

Sisters Folk Festival
Oct. 1-3, 2021

Sisters Harvest Faire
Oct. 9-10, 2021

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It’s said that tough times don’t build character — they reveal it.
Sisters is showing its true colors through some of the most challenging times the community has ever endured. We’ve faced adversity in the form of wildfires, hard winters, economic slowdowns — and we’ve overcome them all. The COVID-19 pandemic poses challenges on unprecedented scale, but we’re standing up to them, too.
Our major events — Sisters Rodeo, Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show, and our music festivals — cannot go forward as they have done for so many years, shaping the character of our community and introducing Sisters to people from far and wide. But they are adapting and moving forward, providing virtual or modified activities and looking forward to a better day when they can once again shine as jewels in our crown.
Local businesses are struggling, but they are resilient and resolved to not only survive but to overcome and become stronger and better. A lot of creative effort is going into adapting and reinventing retail shops and restaurants. Companies that manufacture products here in Sisters have stepped up to provide medical personnel protective equipment — and to support their fellow business owners through shop local programs.
Local residents are shopping and dining local, knowing that every dollar they spend here helps friends and neighbors. The community continues to support its schools and the students who have had the strangest school year ever.
For Sisters is a true community — and that goes for the people who make their home here, people whose family traditions bring them here each year for decades, people who come here for cowboys, quilts and music, and those who are discovering Sisters for the first time.
Sisters has character, founded in our natural beauty and the freedom of forest, desert and mountain, nurtured by arts and education, and reflected in the generosity and community spirit of its people.
We will get by. We will survive.
Jim Cornelius, Editor in Chief, The Nugget Newspaper

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