Sisters' thriving arts & music scene
Angeline's Bakery & Café
121 W. Main Ave. | 541-549-9122
Brand 33 at Aspen Lakes
16900 Aspen Lakes Dr. | 541-549-3663
302 E. Main Ave. | belfryevents.com
391 W. Cascade Ave. | 541-549-2675
The Depot Café
250 W. Cascade Ave. | 541-549-2572
Hardtails Bar & Grill
541-549-6114 | Corner of Main & Larch
Sisters Coffee Co.
273 W. Hood Ave. | 541-549-0527
Three Creeks Brewing Co.
FivePine Campus | 541-549-1963
There’s something about Sisters Country that inspires artists. There’s the natural beauty of course — how could you not be inspired by the majesty of the Three Sisters, the
harmonies of the rushing waters of Whychus Creek and the Metolius River?
Yet it’s more than that. Sisters has created a true community of artists – people who support and inspire each other to dig deeper, reach higher.
Creativity abounds, from the fiber arts to magnificent wood sculpture, from painting to photography. And there’s always music in the air.
New galleries have opened recently, including Ken Scott’s Imagination Gallery; Hood Avenue Art; Gary Cooley Studio; and Cha for the Finest.
Hood Avenue also features Clearwater Gallery; Sisters Gallery & Frame Shop; Navigator News. Cowgirls & Indians Resale features art, jewelry and basketry as well as consignment Western clothing.
Black Butte Ranch displays the best of Sisters Country art at the Gallery at the Lodge. The Sisters Library also plays host to art with rotating exhibits.
Sisters Art Works at 204 W. Adams Ave. is an artists’ hub, serving as headquarters of artist and arts entrepreneur Kathy Deggendorfer and also the offices of the Sisters Folk Festival. The lobby gallery hangs exhibits.
Local restaurants often offer live music as well.
Sisters is also home to The Belfry, at 302 E. Main Ave. The intimate setting features first-class touring acts.
To keep track of it all, check local listings in The Nugget Newspaper or visit www.nuggetnews.com.