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Bishop Community Christmas Events

Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau Save the date!  Saturday, December 12th will bring several fun community events to celebrate the holidays at the Tri-County Fairgrounds in Bishop. First up, there will be an outdoor Christmas Crafters’ Market from Noon-4pm. Shoppers will enjoy a wide variety of unique, handmade items at the open-air […]

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‘Tis the season! Bishop readies for holiday festivities

Press release The Bishop Chamber of Commerce is planning several fun and festive holiday events for our community. Everyone is encouraged to participate and keep safety in mind. Christmas Parade, Tree Lighting and Street of Lights will all be held this Saturday evening, December 2nd. The parade will run south to north, beginning at 4:30 […]

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Bishop gearing up for community Christmas events

Press release It is not even Halloween yet, but your friends at the Bishop Chamber of Commerce are already busy making plans for several fun community Christmas events. The Main Street Christmas Parade is schedule for Saturday, December 3rd. Start time will be 4:30 pm. “We heard many great comments from last year’s first-ever night […]

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Bishop celebrates! Christmas Parade, Street of Lights

Bishop Chamber of Commerce press release THE BISHOP CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IS PLANNING SEVERAL FUN AND FESTIVE HOLIDAY EVENTS FOR OUR COMMUNITY AND EVERYONE IS ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE. SEVERAL CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE TO THIS YEAR’S EVENT LINE-UP. CHRISTMAS PARADE, TREE LIGHTING AND STREET OF LIGHTS EVENTS WILL ALL BE HELD ON SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5TH […]

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Main Street parade will stay

After sometimes irate public response, the City of Bishop will not change the route of the traditional Christmas Parade down Main Street. City officials said they have looked for ways to cut costs and still bring services to the people of Bishop. But when the suggestion went public to drop the parade route back behind […]

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