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Sisters Rodeo
June 6-10, 2018

Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show
Saturday, July 14, 2018

Sisters Folk Festival
September, 7-9, 2018

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Sisters Park & Recreation District

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If you're looking to enhance your visit to Sisters Country with exciting and enriching activities, turn to Sisters Park & Recreation District (SPRD). They've got a full slate of adventures suitable for people of all ages.

This summer, (June 20-August 15) SPRD is offering week-long adventure camps for youth based around the theme "Keepers of the Earth." Participants will learn about the natural environment of Sisters Country, all while having a blast and making friends.

"The whole day is filled with different activities – from art and cultural enrichment to physical activity – and then there's the learning component," says SPRD Program Manager Kelly Sheets.

Lego Robotics camps are fun for the inventive kids and clown camp needs no introduction...

And it's not just about the kids.

If you're interested in exploring the Sisters backcountry, SPRD welcomes you to its hiking club. Sisters Trails Alliance will offer ladies mountain bike rides and explorations of Sisters' trail network, including horse trails.

There are Zumba classes for fun and fitness, art classes, day trips and more.

SPRD is also offering summer festivals at the Village Green Park in the center of town. Enjoy music and barbecue in an old-fashioned small town environment. The festivals are set for Thursdays, June 21, July 19, and August 23.

Visit www.SistersRecreation.com or call 541-549-2091.

Visit one of Sisters Parks

Village Green Park
The Village Green Park is located two blocks south of downtown between Elm & Fir Streets. There is a covered gazebo, covered BBQ area with tables, playground equipment and many shade trees.

Three Sisters Overnight Park
The Three Sisters Overnight Park is a municipal park with 60 sites (of which 25 sites are full hook-up sites) and a large grass area. The park is situated along Whychus Creek and within walking distance of downtown. The park is open April 12 through November 1 and is closed for the winter months.
For information call park host Bob Beveridge, Thursday through Monday, at 541-588-0445 or email: bbeveridge@ci.sisters.or.us.; or call Nicole Montalvo at the Public Works Department at 541-323-5220.

Creekside Park
Creekside Park is located adjacent to Whychus Creek across the covered foot bridge from the Three Sisters Overnight Park. The grassy park has tables and small barbeques for daytime use.

Harold & Dorothy Barclay Park
Located on Cascade Avenue (Highway 20) in the center of downtown Sisters. Includes a public restroom.

Cliff Clemens Park
On the north side of Sisters, approximately three blocks from downtown on Larch Street. Motorhomes may park in this area during the daytime only. Large grassy area and play equipment.

Creekside Park, Village Green Park and Cliff Clemens Park are available for events for a fee. Electricity is available. Call 541-549-6022 for more information.

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