June 1st Come out and push yourself either on the 20 mile "fun run" or one of the longer courses.
Join the camaraderie of the Tioga Pass Run: 3,200 feet of elevation gain over a 12.4-mile-long course along the shoulder of one of the most scenic highways in the country. Proceeds from the run benefit the Mono Lake Committee. Questions about the run? Contact Alana Gillmore at (760) 717-0176.
Lone Pine's Concert in the Rocks Presents "Yachtley Crew"
Join the Bishop Climbing Rangers in the Buttermilks parking lot at 8:30am for trail work and litter pickup. We'll have free hot coffee, trash bags, gloves, trash grabbers, and swag. Volunteers must sign a waiver and will work independently or in small groups. Bring: sun protection, warm clothes, water, snacks, a mask, and sturdy shoes.
Join Eastern California Museum at the Gravesite of the 1872 Lone Pine Earthquake Victims, located on the west side of Highway 395 one mile north of Lone Pine. This will be an historical remembrance of the great Lone Pine Earthquake of 1872 that struck the Eastern Sierra impacting lives, property and landscapes. Hear stories and accounts of this powerful event. For further information and questions, contact the Eastern California Museum at 760-878-0258.
Jeff will be at Sage to Summit to talk about his trail running/adventure guidebook, discuss training, safety and gear recommendations.
The California Dept of Fish & Wildlife allows free fishing today where a sport fishing license is not required.
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.