Eastside Know How series continues

The second of the East Side Know How Series is set for Tuesday, Feb. 11, and due the popularity of the first event, some changes have been made for the next two.

Neil Satterfield

Neil Satterfield

Last month’s turnout packed the bar at Rafters, so Sierra Nevada Resort and Spa General Manager Brent Truax has expanded the venue. To accommodate Rafters maximum occupancy, Truax is having flat-screen TVs installed in the east and west dining rooms and next to the southside deck. The flat-screens will be connected to the laptop projector and sound system in the bar for live streaming of the speakers’ presentations.

Seating in the bar is limited and first come-first served. Tables in the dining rooms can be reserved in advance – a special three-course dinner with choice of entrees will be offered as well as small plates and the full Rafters menu.

To make a reservation, call 760-934-9431 or go to www.OpenTable.com and click on “Rafters.”

Tuesday’s Eastside Know How Series will again have six-minute talks, featuring:

How to produce world-class plays with amateur actors on the Eastside – Shira Dubrovner, Artistic Director, Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theater…

Allison McDonell Page

Allison McDonell Page

Make a film, with no money, about Mark Twain in the Eastern Sierra – Jesse Steele, Stainless Films…

Outsmart an avalanche – Neil Satterfield, Sierra Mountain Guides

Build a ski – Michael Lish, Ski Smith, Community Skis.

How to leave the city and find yourself – Rhonda Duggan, The Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa,,,

After a break, How to produce world-class plays with amateur actors on the Eastside – Allison McDonell Page, Sierra Classic Theater…

Keep your cool when planning an Eastern Sierra wedding – Lara Kirkner Kaylor, Mammoth Lakes Tourism…

Understand the September 1871 murders at Convict Lake – Jim Reed, author and former Mono County Counsel…

and Finish something big – John Wentworth, Mammoth Lakes Trails & Public Access …

Again, to make a reservation, call 760-934-9431 or go to www.OpenTable.com and click on “Rafters.” ….

East Side Know How events are free, but donations will be accepted for two local non-profits, Wild Iris, on Tuesday, Feb. 11, and Mammoth Hospital Auxiliary on Feb. 25.

 

 

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One Response to Eastside Know How series continues

  1. Mongo The Idiot February 10, 2014 at 4:30 pm #

    Is Mr. Truax related to the Truax of ore car and mining supply fame?

    http://www.halslamppost.com/Miscellaneous%20Mining%20Items/slides/Truax%20Ore%20Car%20Tag.html

    Beware of sand-cast imitations of those brass tags, many exist.

     

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