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“Shepherds of Today” Historic Event

Bishop City Park 690 N. Main Street, Bishop

Meet live sheepherders who work in the Eastern Sierra.  Learn about their stories as rural sheepmen and their observations about changing climate and landscapes.  Event is in Bishop City Park.  Bring beach chairs and blankets for seating.

Free

Pollinator Garden Inspiration Tour

Bishop City Park 690 N. Main Street, Bishop

Eastern Sierra Land Trust (ESLT) and the UC Master Gardeners of Inyo and Mono County will have a Pollinator Garden Inspiration Tour on June 11. Join the tour to get exclusive access to beautiful pollinator-friendly gardens and the chance to ask the gardeners all of your questions about gardening with native plants! Our tour will start in the Bishop Community Garden in Bishop City Park between 9 am and 9:30 am. The tour will run until 12 pm, and then everyone is invited to enjoy refreshments in ESLT’s demonstration Pollinator Garden from 12 pm-1pm. RSVP to and visit eslt.org/events […]

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Free Concerts in the Park

Bishop City Park 690 N. Main Street, Bishop

Live Music every Monday night through August.  Bishop City Park Gazebo. Bring a blanket or folding chairs and enjoy the show.

Big Day in the Bishop City Park.

Bishop City Park 690 N. Main Street, Bishop

Celebrate the 4th of July with a full day of fun in Bishop City Park.  Kids Arts & Crafts begin at 1pm.  Free swimming in City Park Pool 1-4pm.  Music, free watermelon, pie & ice cream at 2pm.  Festivities end at 4pm so everyone can head out to the airport for Bishop Volunteer Fire Department Fireworks Show For more information, call 760-873-5863.

Bishop Summer Kickoff Party

Bishop City Park 690 N. Main Street, Bishop

Come down to the 3rd Annual Bishop Summer Kickoff Party at the Bishop City Park!! There will be live music, food trucks, dance, crafts, games and activities for kids and adults. Win prizes! There is even a frozen T-shirt contest!! WHEN: Saturday, June 22nd TIME: 11am - 3pm. For more information, contact the Bishop Visitor Center as 760-873-8405 or e-mail