October 2016 Around Town 1

Junk Bonanza Vintage Market at Clark County Event Center Oct. 14 & 15

The Junk Bonanza is the place for vintage lovers, antique collectors, flea market lovers and all those who love to hunt for classic treasures.

Purveyors and shoppers of vintage finds will discover architectural salvage, antiques and artisan-repurposed and hand-crafted goods for personal use and home decor. This best-of shopping experience features items predominantly 40 years old or older from hand-picked vendors. Well worth the trip! Head over to the Clark County Event Center in Ridgefield, WA. Open 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. – 
5 p.m. Saturday. General admission $10. Get a two-hour head start for best selection with Early Bird tickets available online for $25 while they last.  JunkBonanza.com

NHance Revolutionary Wood Renewal Introduces Bacteria-Fighting Finish

Award-winning local company NHance Revolutionary Wood Renewal now offers a wood finish that fights the growth of bacteria. An exclusive product to NHance and a new product internationally, Lightspeed Plus™ Anti-Microbial UV Finish is a floor or cabinet finish that keeps your home or office healthier.  Lightspeed Plus™ reduces bacteria and virus growth by 99 percent and effectively inhibits the growth of dangerous microbes such as E. Coli, Staph and other harmful bacteria. NHance is proud to introduce the product to Central Oregon and to use it to transform the cabinet and hardwood floor renewal industry. Nhance.com

High Desert Museum Announces Their Fall Lineup

The High Desert Museum—Bend’s source for exhibits on cultural history and the natural world—has announced its packed fall lineup. The museum, located on Highway 97 just south of Bend, provides indoor and outdoor curated content through animate and inanimate objects.

Currently running through April 23, 2017 is The Buzzsaw Sharks of Long Ago. Renowned artist Ray Troll, in conjunction with the Idaho Museum of Natural History, uses science, art and humor in the family-friendly Helicopron exhibit. Beginning October 22 and running through January 8, 2017, Ansel Adams: Masterworks by Curator of Western History Laura Ferguson will display 47 iconic photographs of the famed photographer, perhaps best known for his black and white depictions of Yosemite National Park.

The High Desert Museum is accepting photo submissions to the community-curated Legendary Landscapes exhibition from local photographers until Midnight, Sunday, October 2. HighDesertMuseum.org