Sisters Historic Tours:  Camp Polk Pioneer Cemetery

Sisters Historic Tours: Camp Polk Pioneer Cemetery

Three Sisters Historical Society will be providing free guided tours of this unique cemetery that holds so much of the history of Sisters.  There are headstones going back to the 1800s and many familiar names will greet you. The address is 69875 Camp Polk Rd. and we...
Sisters Landmarks Walking Tours

Sisters Landmarks Walking Tours

Three Sisters Historical Society invites you to come join us for a docent-led journey into Sisters’ past.  While hearing about some of our oldest buildings, businesses and resident families, you will enjoy this free event while walking about a mile on accessible...
1880’s OR Pacific Railroad to Hogg Rock

1880’s OR Pacific Railroad to Hogg Rock

Stories & photos will be shared by Jack Carlson of Camp Sherman on this historic piece of Americana, aka the Hogg Railroad.  Built from the Yaquina on the coast to Idanha, portions of the planned eastern extension up the Santiam were only partially built, but...
Community Builders Meeting: The Open Door

Community Builders Meeting: The Open Door

Are you building community in Sisters Country? Come join us! Join local volunteers and organizational leaders for C4C’s monthly “Community Builders” meeting. These gatherings are designed to help you: Connect with fellow change makers in Sisters; Share current...
Consider This with Father Greg Boyle

Consider This with Father Greg Boyle

Join us on March 13 for a conversation about community, belonging, and ending violence with Father Greg Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries, a gang intervention, rehab, and reentry program based in Los Angeles. Father Boyle is a Jesuit priest who served as a pastor...
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