After a December break, the Old Ironworks Arts District in Bend will bring back its otherwise monthly Last Saturday event from 6-10 p.m. Saturday.
It’s a bit like the longer-standing First Friday Gallery Walk of downtown Bend and the Old Mill District in that it’s free, and there’s food, libations, music and art. But the Old Ironworks, located at 50 Scott St. just east of the U.S. Highway 97, is a lot more concentrated.
In fact, given the parking lot’s relatively small size, organizers urge people to bike or walk, if possible, to the popular event.
This month, the Workhouse is featuring prints by Panamalia, new jewelry from Junk To Jems and decor from Tangled Path, as well as live music by Isles. Cindercone Clay Center is showing Dana Bartus’s works in progress, with music by Blackstrap, and Stuart’s of Bend will feature new two-dimensional works by Stuart Breidenstein and live music by Bill Valenti.
Dump City Dumplings will be on hand, and there’s always tasty stuff at nearby Sparrow Bakery.