Visit our booth from 10:00am to 5:00pm on Satruday, September 15th in Sahalee Park (Madras) to learn more about our homeownership opportunities!
Join us for an evening with Tim May and Steve Smith. The duo brings an evening of original, traditional and swing music with mandolinist/vocalist Steve Smith and Nashville guitarist/vocalist Tim May. Smith and May originally met while on staff at Camp Bluegrass in Levelland, Texas and quickly discovered many common musical threads for exploration honoring tradition and improvisation. Their new CD/EP (seven songs) reflects upon this acoustic music force the duo has become. Their shows include tight vocal harmonies, dazzling guitar, mandolin, octave mandolin and twin mandolin works throughout a broad range of styles and includes many original vocal and instrumental works.
Wine and beer will be provided for a suggested donation.
All proceeds from this show support Kôr’s mission to provide environmentally sustainable and permanently affordable homeownership opportunities for those who contribute to the fabric of the Bend area economy and community.
Tickets can be purchased at Brown Paper Tickets for $22, or at the door for $25
What do High School Students, Heritage Pigs, and Affordable Homeownership Have in Common?
The Second Annual
Saturday, November 3, 2018 – 11:30am-3:30pm
21598 Morrill Road (between Bend and Redmond)
Join us for a SMASHING good time! This event benefits Kôr Community Land Trust and provides fun for the whole family! High school teams will be designing and constructing their own trebuchet, doing preliminary calculations, and launching pumpkins across Piggyback Ranch, a heritage pig farm in Bend, for the win. In addition to fall fun, there will be a chili feed contest with local participating restaurants.
Team entry is $250 and includes one vehicle pass (sponsorships available)
Chili feed is $10
Event entry is $8 per vehicle–carpools encouraged
We just released our Request for Qualifications for a GC to build our 5-cottage homes. If you are interested please contact Amy Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, July 31 2018
What better way to spend a July summer night, than at a house concert in historic downtown Bend listening to some fantastic music! Join us for an up close and personal evening with Pete Kartsounes – award winning singer-songwriter, flat picker, and cutting-edge musician. After 19 years submerged in the Colorado bluegrass scene sharing the stage with bands such as Leftover Salmon, Greensky Bluegrass and Yonder Mountain String Band, Pete now resides in Bend, OR spending most of his days teaching guitar, song schools, and touring with his dynamic act The Good Time Travelers. Check out Pete Kartsounes Music https://www.petekmusic.com.
Tickets are $18 through Brown Paper Tickets, or $22 at the door. Beer and wine will be provided for a suggested donation. All proceeds from this event support Kôr’s mission!
(The house address will be provided when tickets are purchased. If you would like to buy your tickets at the door, email us for the address.)
Join Kôr Community Land Trust on March 1st from 5:30-9:30pm for our third-annual fundraising dinner and celebration. Help us toast to our past year and look forward to our successes in the year to come. We are hosted again this year by Tetherow with their great service, food, and atmosphere. We will be joined by The Oregon Community Foundation to share why they chose to support Kôr this year. The evening will also include music by Jazz Duo- George Bouhey and James Gurreri. Dinner tickets include two complementary glasses of wine, but we will have a full bar available as well. We look forward to raising a glass with you to support community, affordable homeownership, and sustainability! Get your tickets at Brown Paper Tickets and search for “Kor Community Land Trust Annual Dinner and Celebration” https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3236432
What do High School Science, Heritage Pigs, and Affordable
Homeownership Have in Common?
The First Annual
HUCK IT FOR HOUSING!
A TREBUCHET EVENT
Saturday, November 4, 2017 11:30am-3:30pm
21598 Morrill Road (between Bend and Redmond)
This event benefits Kôr Community Land Trust, and provides fun for the whole family! High school science teams will be making their own trebuchet, doing preliminary calculations, and launching pumpkins across a heritage pig farm in Bend for the win. In addition to fall fun, there will be a chili feed contest with local participating restaurants.
See poster for more details
Join us on Friday, June 9 at 6 PM – 9 PM for a house concert!
I saw Moody Little Sister at the Sister’s Folk Festival this summer and had to invite them down to play! Hailing from Portland, Oregon, this duo makes your soul wonder. The band is graced with the jeweled voice of Naomi Hooley, originally from Alaska, and is taken to the next level by the musical breath of her husband Rob Stroup. This private house concert is hosted in a historical home downtown Bend and is sure to be a treat. Beer and wine will be provided for a suggested donation. I can’t wait to see you there!
Tickets available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2765232 $20
Lets face it, wine goes great with most anything, but attainable homeownership and wine may be one of our favorites. Join us for a free wine tasting from ONEHOPE Winery. If you like the wine, you can order some for your own personal collection. ONEHOPE Winery is in the heart of the Napa Valley and boasts the creations of winemaker Robert Mondavi Junior. 50% of their profits are donated to partnered causes (autism therapy, cancer research, animal rescue, and more). In addition to the partnered causes, they also donate 15% of half and full case sales from events to the host, Kor Community Land Trust.
April 20, 5:30-7:30pm
Unitarian Universalist Church
61980 Skyline Ranch Road, Bend, OR