Find out more about Pine Meadow Ranch Preservation and Education.
Check Out Our Artist Residency
Sisters Seed to Table - Sustainable Agriculture Education
Burns High School - Hands-on Laboratory Experience
SPArK - Igniting the Power of Science Education
Caldera Arts Integration Symposium
Sisters Park & Recreation - Adventure, after school programs and scholarships
  • Teaching Values


    The Roundhouse Foundation supports creative projects and organizations through art, environmental conservation, social services, community leadership and education....

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  • Together We Can


    The Roundhouse Foundation provides general and project support to organizations that bring creative ideas and connections to the communities of Sisters, the Central Oregon region, rural Oregon...

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  • Preparing Our Youth


    We proudly support programs that prepare our youth for a life of leadership. Several of the programs we support are using innovative teaching techniques to pave the path...

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  • Who Qualifies


    The Roundhouse Foundation is interested in funding innovative community arts programs that possess one or more of these characteristics: Support community enrichment through the arts Offer cross...

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Latest Program News

Art Exhibit: “Sky Light” – Featuring the photographic artwork of Austin James Jackson.

August 1 – September 20, 2017 – Sisters Art Works

The exhibit is open on weekdays at 204 West Adams Street, Sisters, Or.

The community is invited to one of two a receptions for the artist. Meet the 19 year old artist whose time lapse and rare photographs will fill the gallery with light. Refreshments will be served. READ MORE 


Sisters High School Students take in Sky at Pine Mountain Observatory

“We had an amazing trip to Pine Mountain Observatory on May 18, 2017. The weather was spectacular, especially during the afternoon and sunset, and even with some thin clouds here and there, we were able to see Jupiter with two moon shadows on it, as well as many galaxies, star clusters, stars, and even the super nova near Cygnus! We arrived in the late afternoon, and Alton gave us a fantastic tour of the different telescopes, ending with a highlight of getting to view the sun. We could see multiple active areas through the solar filter. At sunset we all headed to the top of the mountain to take in the view. The students loved getting to visit this amazing facility and are looking forward to hopefully returning in the fall and/or next spring. Thank you all SO MUCH for your support in making this trip happen. It was an incredibly valuable experience.” Rima Givot, Sisters High School Science Teacher.