UPDATE: In order to keep our community healthy and protected from the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we have decided to postpone The Upcycle Festival.
Celebrating Earth Month
The Bend ReStore Upcycle Festival
Upcycling is good for you, your community, and the environment! Join us for an Earth Month celebration showcasing upcycled art from local artists and first time art-makers.
Watch artists create, learn new skills, rethink reuse, and explore ReStore!
Questions? Contact Sophie Paez at 541-636-9937
Activities & Fun Stuff:
- Trashformations Live Construction Event
- Functional art on exhibit from The FLIP!
- DIY Cave live demos
- Interactive upcycle projects for kids
- Tacos from El Sancho food cart
- Music, beverages and more
Cost – FREE
And come see us at The Upcycle POP UP @The Commons Café, First Friday April 3rd featuring upcycled art by local artists.
From fun to funky, wild to weird, make some art for the Earth:
An open showcase of functional art. Transform furniture, tools, containers, lighting, or any aesthetic object with a utilitarian purpose into creative pieces.
Test your spontaneous creativity and apply your basic hands-on construction skills at this live onsite art challenge. Create on your own or with a team.
THE UPCYCLE POP-UP
Design upcycled wall art for our First Friday POP-UP exhibit at The Commons Café. We’ll serve up the cold beer and live music. You bring the inspiration!
When you shop, donate, or volunteer at ReStore, you’re not only supporting reuse and upcycling. You’re also helping local families build and improve places to call home.
Operated by Bend-Redmond Habitat for Humanity, Bend ReStore funds local Habitat home building programs designed to build strength, stability and self reliance in partnership with families in need of decent and affordable housing. Homeowners are selected based on three criteria:
- Level of need
- Willingness to partner with Habitat
- Ability to repay a mortgage through an affordable payment plan
Since 1989, Bend-Redmond Habitat has built more than 150 homes and repaired over 145 more, providing more than 1000 children and adults with safe, secure and healthy homes.LEARN MORE