Presented by Casey Law of Caltech's Owens Valley Radio Observatory. For more information, contact Dr. Mark Hodges at 760-=358-6410.
Arts & Crafts Fair at Spainhower Park, north end of Main Street in Lone Pine. Local artisans, food, live music. Kids corner on Saturday. Friday & Saturday 9am-6pm, Sunday 9am-3pm.
An event to bring awareness to the proposed Hot Creek mine and learn why the group No Hot Creek Mine opposes the project.
Joe Proudman from Clear Center at UC Davis will discuss the topic in a free presentation.
This juke box musical presented by Playhouse 395 & Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theater has some of your favorite classic songs from the 60's and 70's!
Join BLM Archeologist Greg Haverstock to learn about Pre-Colonial Nüümü (Paiute People) Agricultural Practices & Irrigation Systems of the Payahuunadü (Owens Valley) during the 15th century. Project collaborators include USGS geologist Angela Jayko, former White Mountain Research Station Historian Daniel Pritchett, and the late Bishop Paiute Tribal Elder Harry Williams. Register via Zoom at www.wmrc.edu. This is a remote learning seminar.
Volunteers will help clean up the watershed, Brown's Campground, Layton Springs and Benton Crossing area. Breakfast & lunch provided, nature-based kids activities and fly fishing demo. Masks, gloves, trash bags and trash grabbers will be provided. Meet at the upper Owens Benton Crossing Road parking area. Co-sponsored by Sierra Trash Eliminators, USFS, BLM, ESIA and LADWP.
Cory Shiozaki, director of The Manzanar Fishing Club will give a brief presentation and guided driving/walking tour. Meet in the visitor center lobby. Bring water, sturdy shoes, hat, sunglasses & sunscreen.
New exhibit at Eastern California Museum celebrating the life, philosophy and photography of climbing legend Smoke Blanchard - Mountain Ramblings, Picnics and Pilgrimages. Exhibit runs 10/22/22-3/24/23.
Costume contest, live music & dance party for guests 18 & older. Get tickets in advance online.
The Bazaar will feature a variety of tasty baked treats, free coffee, and many hand-crafted and one-of-a-kind items, including fall and winter home décor, as well as upcycled items, gifts, hand-knit and hand-crochet hats and scarves, baby items, and much more. For children, supervised crafts with a snack will be available for $2 per child, while their adult shoppers enjoy the bazaar.
Soaps, spices, jewelry, honey, Uganda aprons & purses, fine art, homemade crafts, sweet treats and more. Cookie walk with proceeds to benefit the youth mission trip to Arizona next year.
Sierra Classic Theatre presents "Bloody Day at Brawley." 6pm arrival, 7pm dinner & show. 11/9 & 11/10 at Tom's Place. 11/13 & 11/14 at Mammoth Rock 'n Bowl. 11/15 at 1903 Taphouse in Bishop. 11/16 at Mammoth Brewing Co. 11/17 Dos Alas. Tickets @ Brownpapertickets.com.
Presented by Liam Connor of Caltech's Owens Valley Radio Observatory. For more information, please call Dr. Mark Hodges at 760-358-6410.
Hosted by VFW Post 8988 Auxiliary and American Legion. 11 am ceremony at Pioneer Cemetery. Special renaming ceremony at 4pm at VFW Post - 484 Short Street. New name for the post will be Robert F. Waggoner VFW Post 8988. Dinner to follow ceremony. No fee for Veterans.
Local artists and makers, food & beverages at Owens valley Distillery.
Ham steak, eggs, hashbrowns, English muffin, orange juice. $14 donation per person. Children 12 and under pay half price. Open to the public - everyone is welcome.
The Bishop Chamber of Commerce and Information Center is a proud supporter of the just released Sierra Trail Runs : A Guide to the Eastside. This is the first trail running guide to California's Eastern and High Sierra and provides runs for all levels, big photos, and all kinds of tips & info for trail running in the Sierra Nevada. To learn more, visit @sierratrailruns The night will include a show (5:30), raffle, book signing and general merriment. We hope we'll see you there. Check out the blogs they wrote for our locals and visitors to enjoy, with more on […]
Presented by Greg Hellbourg of Caltech's Owens Valley Radio Observatory. For more information, please contact 760-358-6410..
Roll Reiki Relax with Lauren and Romina Wednesday, 11/30 - 7:15 PM Focus on the side waist, mid and upper back. A special neck session for holiday stress. Come unwind. Register Here: https://sierrashanti.punchpass.com/classes/12073694?source=cal
Friends and loved ones are honored, remembered or memorialized. Light refreshments will be served following the tree lighting. Everyone is welcome. Your gift of $10 will light a bulb in their honor while supporting the good works of hospice care. Call Pioneer Home Health Care to sponsor light(s). 760-872-4663 or visit 363 Academy Avenue.
Hosted by Altrusa International of the Eastern Sierra and C5 Studios Community Arts Center. Featured Artist - Nora Akino.
Movie Showing - The Grinch. Costume Contest. Fudge Contest.
Following the parade & tree lighting, enjoy hot mulled wine, hot chocolate. Pino Pies and others will offer tasty treats and handmade items for sale.
Raffles, food trucks & fun!