Holly Fischer’ Photography and Natural Edge Furniture are featured
at the Nature Inspired Photography & Furniture

The Old Mill District is ready for summer in Central Oregon with fresh new looks, new openings and a stellar live music lineup for the Les Schwab Amphitheater concert season. Visitors to the area will discover:

Grand Openings and Pop-up Shops

The Petal Wagon pop-up flower truck will be selling fresh flowers from Oregon and beyond, with a goal of bringing farmers, people in the community and flowers together. The truck will visit the Old Mill District on multiple Saturdays throughout the summer season.

Free solar charging stations are now open in Center Plaza and by Jimmy Johns for cell phone and device charging.

The much-anticipated CycleBar opened June 7 next to lululemon and Red Robin. The international indoor cycling franchise combines music with classes and instructors who lead participants in 50-minute workouts on stationary bicycles arranged in a riding theater.

Nature Inspired Photography & Furniture has opened for the summer season and features award-winning photography from Holly Fischer and furniture creations from Mike Ross of Natural Edge Furniture. The shop is located at 450 SW Powerhouse Dr., Suite 408, next to Tumalo Art Co. and is open through Labor Day weekend.

New Renovations

Anthony’s at the Old Mill recently completed a renovation for a fresh, new atmosphere for diners to enjoy fresh Northwest seafood and more, overlooking the Deschutes River and the Cascade Mountain Range.

The Gap, Chicos and Pastini Pastaria have all refreshed their interiors with new flooring, while the Sunglass Hut has undergone a full remodel of its store.

The outdoor trellises in front of The Gap and Banana Republic were removed to open up the area and increase visibility, as well as improve safety during icy weather.