Lone Pine Film History Museum presents Sandy and the High Country on Friday, April 22nd at 7pm.
Tickets are $15 each.For more information call: (760) 873-9909 or visit: www.LonePineFilmHistoryMuseum.org
Sandy and Clayton Anderson, Owens Valley natives who play a wide diversity of music, entertaining audiences since the 70s with their unique blend of country and pop styles.
Eastern Sierra Land Trust Calling for art submissions for the 3rd annual Art for Conservation Show & Sale. Deadline to submit is Friday, April 22nd.
For more information call: (760) 873-4554 or visit: www.eslt.org
ESLT invites all artists to submit work to the juried show. ESLT is proud to have the opportunity to partner with local artists to create and enjoy landscape art that will preserve Eastern Sierra lands. Show opens Saturday, June 25th in Mammoth Lakes.
BloggingBishop.com presents Earth Day Celebration
Saturday, April 23rd from 11am – 3:30pm in the parking Lot behind Fendon’s East Pine Street, Bishop. Enjoy: Fine Art & Photo Show, Food Booths, Kids Activities, Live Music, and Much More!
For more information log on to www.BloggingBishop.com
4-H Community Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 23rd from 10am – 1pm at the Tri County Fairgrounds is FREE for Grade School age and under.
For more information contact April Switzer (760) 872-6891.
Bishop Saddle Club presents the Shaggy Horse Show
Entries are due: Wednesday, April 20th for the show on Saturday, April 23rd. Sign up at 7am for show start at 8am. Entry forms available at Sierra Saddlery and Wye Road Feed.
For more information call Tammy Allen: (760) 872-4437 after 5pm
Eastern Sierra Land Trust presents Wild at Home Gardening Workshop on Saturday, April 23rd from 9am – 12pm at the Eastern Sierra Land Trust, 176 Home Street, Bishop.
Suggested donation is $10 for ESLT or ESAS members and $15 for non-members.
For more information and to reserve a spot call Hillary: (760) 873-4554 or email:[email protected] or visit www.eslt.org.
Join the Eastern Sierra Audubon Society, Inyo & Mono Master Gardeners and Eastern Sierra Land Trust to learn how native plants, garden features, and smart planning can make your yard a healthy habitat for birds, butterflies, and beneficial wildlife. Space is limited!
Mammoth Mountain Ski Area hosts the USSA / Far West Speed Finals from Saturday, April 23rd through Thursday, April 28th.
For more information call: (760) 934-0642 or visit: www.mammothmountain.com.
USSA/Far West season finale, all MID’s – J 3’s, men & women, 3 DH & 2 SG races, season overall awards and Far West Special awards.
The Bishop Elks Lodge hosts an Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 24th at 11am at the Elks Park on West Line Street. FREE Hot Dogs and soda for kids aged 12 and under.
Mammoth Mountain Ski Area presents the Annual Pond Skim & Spring Fest Kick Off Party on Sunday, April 24th at Canyon Lodge. Registration at 11am for the Pond Skim at 2pm. No pre-registration, the first 50 (fifty) guests IN COSTUME will be entered to Skim. Must have costume to participate!
Come and join the crowds as they fill up Canyon Lodge to watch the craziest of our Mammoth guests straight line it on their skis/snowboards across the 110ft pond! It’s one of the most entertaining events you’ll see all Spring! Come and spectate, or why not give it a shot?! The Pond Skim is open to the public.
For more information visit www.mammothmountain.com.
Join Friends of the Inyo for the Grouse Mountain Hike on Sunday, April 24th.
Meet at junction of Buttermilk Road & Hwy 168 at 8am.
Grouse Mountain is the centerpiece of the Buttermilk area, west of Bishop, with spectacular views of the adjacent higher peaks, such as Mt. Tom, Mt. Humphreys, and Basin Mountain. The peak is worth climbing at any time of the year but is particularly spectacular in the spring, when bird migration is peaking, flowers are starting to come out, and the smells, sites and sounds of spring are all around. The hike is not
particularly easy – there’s no trail, it can be brushy, and there’s one creek crossing (two if you count the return journey). There is also a bit of rock scrambling near the summit, nothing more difficult than class 2.5. The reward is one of the best lunch spots in the area though, well worth the climb!
Bring clothing appropriate for the weather of the day – long pants and long sleeves highly recommended due to the brush, perhaps even leather gloves, a hiking stick, shoes you don’t mind getting muddy, food and water for the day.
Meet at 8AM at the junction of the Buttermilk Road and West Line Street (Hwy 168), where we can park some vehicles and car pool from there. The B-milk road usually requires a high clearance vehicle. Well behaved dogs are invited.
For more information visit www.friendsoftheinyo.org.
It’s June Mountain Closing Day and Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, Apr 24th.
June Mountain’s annual Easter Egg Hunt in the Ski School area (by the Chalet) is at 12:45pm. Hundreds of eggs full of candy and prizes will be hidden in the Ski School area. Two sections will be set up for childern 7-12 and 6 and uner. Come join the fun!
Other events taking place on Easter include Live Music by Jeffrey James and the Wanted Gang on the Chalet Deck from 2pm-4pm.
Inyo County Sheriff’s Posse Search & Rescue Team is calling for donations of used gear and sporting equipment. Donations will be sold at the Choo Choo Swap meet on May 7th to raise furds for this all-volunteer team. Proceeds from the sale goes toward the purchase new equipment, maintaining rescue gear and for ongoing training of volunteers.
Donations can be dropped off at Manor Market & Ben Franklin in Bishop and at Sierra Elevation in Lone Pine. Bins are provided during store business hours.
For more information or to schedule a pick up call (727) 452-3935 or visit: www.inyosar.org.
Spellbinder Books presents the 1st Annual Poetry Contest from April 1st through 30th.
The contest is open to youth ages 5 – 18 years old. Poetry can be submitted in five categories: Couplet, Haiku, Rondeau, Lyrics and Free Verse.
For more information call: (760) 873-4511 or email: [email protected] or visit: www.SpellbinderBookstore.com.