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Inyo Council for the Arts January Newsletter

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Community Yoga

9:00 am
275 S Main St
Bishop, CA 93514

This class is for everyone, regardless of age, ability, gender identity, or sexual orientation. We will create a safe and welcoming space to practice yoga together.

The class will focus on the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of yoga, and will be tailored to the needs of all participants.

We will use modifications and adaptations to make sure that everyone can participate comfortably. We will also focus on breathwork and meditation to promote relaxation and mindfulness. This class is a great opportunity to connect with other people in a supportive and inclusive environment.

**Can use donation pass, current class pack or membership. Must have an active pass to pre-register for class. Drop-Ins welcome with Cash Donations.


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Ink Pen Pointillism, with Julie Rolfe

Wednesday January 17th
5:30 – 8:30 pm
437 Old Mammoth Road, Suite M
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Join us for this awesome class featuring ink pens! Julie will teach us the method behind the magic of how to paint a detailed drawing and creating texture and depth using pointillism technique. Learn some new skills and techniques from the talented Julie, and join us in having all the fun!

In this class, MAC will provide:

– All supplies needed to create and ink drawing

– Wine, Beer, and La Croix

– A totally fun time!

Join us! Let’s create together!


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California Hawking Club 2024 Falconry Conference

Wednesday January 17th – Saturday January 20th
475 Sierra Street
Bishop, CA 93514

The California Hawking Club (CHC) will be holding their annual falconry meet in Bishop, CA at the Tri County Fairgrounds January 17th-20th 2024. This is a great opportunity for all raptor enthusiasts to come see birds of prey in an outdoor bird weathering area and meet falconers who participate in the sport of falconry.

In addition, on Wednesday January 17th, CHC, in conjunction with the Bishop Chamber of Commerce, will host a free public mixer from 4:00PM-7:00PM in the Heritage Arts Building at the Tri-County Fairgrounds. Drinks and snacks will be provided, and attendees can participate in a raffle and raptor photo opportunity to support the clubs’ conservation efforts.

If you have ever been interested in learning about the sport of falconry and have a desire to see a variety of birds of prey up close, you will not want to miss this gathering.

For further information about this event or mixer you can call the Bishop Chamber of Commerce at (760) 873-8405 or California Hawking Club at (530) 219-3373


Murder Mystery Dinner

Saturday, January 20th
5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Bishop Elks Lodge
151 East Line Street
Bishop, 93514 CA

Join us for a thrilling evening of mystery and suspense at the Elks Lodge! Get ready to step into a world of intrigue and deception as you become a detective for the night. Put your detective skills to the test as you try to solve the mysterious murder that occurred on the Petulant Express. With a cast of suspicious characters and a tantalizing plot, this interactive dinner event will keep you on the edge of your seat. Enjoy a delicious meal while you gather clues and unravel the secrets of the crime. Can you crack the case and catch the killer? Don’t miss out on this unforgettable night of murder and mayhem!


Stay tuned on all things Inyo Council for the Arts –
here on our email list and our website / Facebook / Instagram.

Thank you

-ICA Staff

Inyo Council for the Arts
150 Willow Street, Bishop, California 93514
(760) 873-8014 /

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Inyo Council for the Arts (ICA) is a non-profit community-based organization that advances the arts in Inyo County through participation, education, and collaboration. Art enriches lives, creates a language that connects all people, and celebrates diverse cultures and historical heritages. ICA provides venues for artists to perform and share their work, and for the community to gather in appreciation of the arts.

Thank you for your support!

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