News Release July 7, 2020 The Inyo National Forest is extending the closure of all group campgrounds and two remote campgrounds under a forest order closure The closure can be terminated or extended depending in conditions. Please see Exhibit A (in the link above) for a full list of campgrounds included in this order. The […]
Events & Recreation News
[PRESS RELEASE – Date: June 25, 2020] The fine folks over at the Laws Railroad Museum are going to Reopen on Wednesday, July 1st! They want you to know that they will be doing their best to keep you safe while visiting the museum by following all state, county, and city guidelines. The Museum’s new […]
This description explains why Reds Meadow is a popular destination during the summer months: With crystal-clear streams, sparkling lakes and majestic forests, Reds Meadow Valley is an ideal place to camp during the summer and enjoy fishing, hiking or riding a horse through this pristine setting. Located on the other side of Mammoth Mountain, there […]
INYO COUNTY, CA, June 15, 2020: After abundant consideration from Public Health and in consultation with the Bishop and Independence Volunteer Fire Departments, the fireworks shows in Bishop and Independence for 2020 will be modified to be “Stay at Home Shows.” This means that no central viewing areas will be provided or available. Instead the […]
Minaret Cinemas is D’Place in Mammoth Lakes and they are opening this Friday! The theater is opening this Friday with special discounted prices to get restarted. Movies playing: Trolls World Tour and Bloodshot. Call 760-934-6208 for information or visit www.D’PlaceEntertainment.com.
Friday night June 5th in Bishop is for cruising down Main Street having fun, enjoying friends and family, CELEBRATING THE CLASS OF 2020 flag waving, and displaying a festive spirit! Lone Pine kicks theirs off at 6pm. Congrats to LeeVining who did their cruise Thursday night through June Lake and Lee Vining. Big Pine celebrated […]
As requested by county officials, California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Director Charlton H. Bonham is lifting the delay of the trout opener in Inyo County. Beginning May 28, trout season will be open in the county. The trout season was originally scheduled to open in Inyo County on April 25, 2020. In April, […]
It’s not just Game Back On!, it’s Paiute Palace Casino employees coming back to work and changes in how the business operates under coronavirus safety guidelines to protect both their customers and employees.
Cinco de Mayo is NOT the celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day. That would be El Grito de la Indepedencia (The Cry of Independence), which is held annually on Sept. 16 in honor of Mexico’s independence from Spanish rule in 1810. Cinco de Mayo celebrates the country’s freedom from a different oppressive European empire: France. The date is […]
This week I was Out and About in the June Lake Loop as Friday Winter Jam Fest starts at the T-Bar Social club. A weekend of incredible live jam music benefiting the Mono Arts Council school music programs. If you love June Lake, come enjoy a winter experience – skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, hot springs during […]
Each week I will venture out in the Eastern Sierra to promote upcoming events in our great big backyard. This week I stopped by the D’Place Minaret Cinemas to discuss this weeks Mammoth Film Festival Parts 1 & 2 Check out the app and all the events 2-27 to 3-2, including many free events. […]
Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association Announces Authors and Artists Series’ Winter 2020 Program Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association (ESIA) is hosting the Annual Authors and Artists Series. The first program of the new year will be held in Mammoth Lakes, February 27, 2020 featuring an author talk with Joe Reidhead, author of Half Dome: The History of […]