Explore Bend and the surroundings at your lesiure by foot, bike or 356! Check out the Events & Activities page for adventures and activities for all interests. A number of drives are planned to visit the fabulous sights around the area. More details will be posted closer to the event; in the meantime take a look at the Tours section of this site.
Located 15 miles west of the Riverhouse on Tumalo Creek, the Skyliners Lodge is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. It was built in 1936 by the WPA during the Great Depression. Originally a ski lodge for the Skyliners Club, the Lodge now hosts children’s education camps, weddings and events such as 2020 WCH Wednesday Dinner!
We have planned a number of drives to visit the fabulous sights around the area. More details will be posted closer to the event; in the meantime take a look at the Tours section of this site.
Explore what Bend has to offer from casual to fine dining. See the list of Restaurants and Pubs included on this site for some suggestions.
Optional Sunset Dinner at Mt Bachelor – located 23 miles Southwest of Bend, along the Cascade Lakes Highway, Mt Bachelor hosts world class skiing during the winter months. This "on-your-own package" includes a gondola ride to Mt Bachelor Lodge and back with dinner for a truly unique sunset dining experience.
The Riverhouse Music Series will highlight local Central Oregon talent from 7-9 pm in genres ranging from bluegrass, acoustic, indie, blues, jazz, singles and duos. The Currents restaurant features a great lineup of wines from Stoller Family Estate, cocktails from Crater Lake Spirits, excellent food (Michael Stanton, the new executive chef, is wonderful), a first-class atmosphere, so don't miss out!
More details will be posted closer to the event; in the meantime take a look at the Tours section of this site.
Stay tuned, the organizers have some fantastic guest speakers and topics lined up!
Kendall Porsche Bend is welcoming the 356 Registry to Club Carrera for a reception, tours of the facilities and some surprise guest speakers.
Set on the Deschutes river with the cars backed by walls of rock, Bend’s Riverbend Park is a beautiful setting for Saturday’s Car Show. The setting offers easy walking access to the Old Mill and Deschutes River Trail if you have time after seeing all the 356’s!
Check out the Events & Activities section for adventures and activities for all interests.
The reception and Awards dinner will take place in the Convention Center’s 16,000 sq.ft. Exhibit Hall and Exhibit Patio overlooking the Deschutes river. The committee is mixing the banquet up in 2020, with a variety of food stations and a mixture of stand-up high-tops and sit-down rounds allowing attendees to sample different foods while mingling and celebrating with all of their 356 friends!
Oregon has no sales tax. The organizing committee is working with vendors and sponsors to allow attendees to take advantage of this by taking delivery of pre-purchased parts. Stay tuned!
All good things have to come to an end, but remember, you can extend your stay at the Holiday rate if you want to try out another of Bend’s unique outdoor activities and adventures!