Mammoth Lakes Chamber Connection Newsletter – April 24, 2023

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This Week

Monday, April 24
Open Mic Monday!
Distant Brewing

Tuesday, April 25
Business After Hours

Art Workshop w/ Tess 
Stellar Brew

Wednesday, April 26
Student Job Fair

Pool Tournament 
Distant Brewing

Thursday, April 27
Community Coffee

Cassie Burgenbauch
Distant Brewing

Friday, April 28
IMACA Food Distribution

Gabby Barrett
Tri-County Fairgrounds

Saturday, April 29
Outlaw Country
T-Bar Social Club

Sunday, April 30
Local Plant Walk

Joey Henderson
Distant Brewing

Full Event Calendar


Business After Hours

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Join us at Peak IV Therapy and Hydration tomorrow, Tuesday, April 25  from 5 to 7 p.m. for drinks, appetizers, and networking.

Click here for details & registration


Student Job Fair


In partnership with several local entities, the Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Student Job Fair on Wednesday, April 26. Chamber members can host a table at the event to promote their summer, seasonal and part-time positions to the students of Mammoth. The last day to register is today, Monday, April 25.

Click here for details


Community Coffee

This month for community coffee we will hear from the National Weather Service out of Reno on spring and summer conditions as we come out of this massive snow season. Grab a coffee and join us this Thursday, April 27 at 8:30am on Zoom. 

Click Here for Details 


Chamber News

Power Lunch: Workforce Housing


As the Town of Mammoth Lakes prepares for Phase 1 of the Parcel to open this year, we are hosting a Power Lunch on Tuesday, May 9 on the various aspects of Phase 1 as well as other workforce housing efforts around Town.

Click here for details


Women in Business with Elevate

Elevate your wellness at May’s Women in Business on Wednesday, May 17! In honor of Women’s Health Month, we’ll be focusing this month’s discussion on women’s health by addressing lifestyle factors such as nutrition, exercise, mindfulness, and social support.

Click here for details


4th of July Parade


The Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce 4th of July Parade is taking place on Tuesday, July 4. We are currently seeking sponsors, volunteers and floats to help make this community wide event a real Mammoth Lakes celebration!

Visit our website here for details
Float registration is now open!


Chamber Job Opening


The Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce (MLCC) is seeking an Administrative Assistant to join their dynamic team over the summer and fall! If you or someone you know enjoys community involvement and activism, view the job details below.

Chamber Position Details Here
View all jobs available on the Chamber Job Board


Business News & Resources

Disaster Loan Assistance

Small Business Administration (SBA) Disaster Loans are now available to all Mono County and Town of Mammoth Lakes businesses that have been impacted by the recent storms.

Apply now here

Make sure you are referencing the disaster showing Mono County as a contiguous county eligible for the funds, details here.


Propane Safety from the Town of Mammoth Lakes


Propane is a safe, reliable, and efficient fuel to heat your home and support your family. WATCH THIS SAFETY VIDEO from Chief Tomaier, Mammoth Lakes Fire Protection District to learn about the measures you can take to protect your system to ensure its safety, as well as that of your home and family.

Learn more here


N-95 Mask

Mono County Public Health would like to offer N-95 masks free of charge to local businesses. Simply stop by the Public Health office at 1290 Tavern Road to pick them up.

Contact Jen Burrows for questions/details


Affordable Connectivity Program


The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a federally funded effort to bridge the digital divide in California. The ACP provides eligible households with a $30 monthly discount on home internet plans.

Click here for details



Portable Backup Generator Warning

During our current winter season, Mono County Public Health reminds residents to never use a backup generator inside of a home, garage, or other structure – even if the doors and windows are open.  Portable backup generators produce poisonous carbon monoxide gas, which is coloroless and odorless.  It is important that residents and visitors take caution when using these tools during the winter season.


Small Business Development Center


The Central California SBDC Regional Network is doing everything in its power to help your business grow and thrive. FREE help is available for every single small business located in Mono County. Whether you want to launch, grow, transition or innovate your business, they can provide expert consulting, training, market research, access to capital and other tools at no cost assistance.

Talk to a free consultant today
Learn more about our local Small Business Development Center

(From Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce)

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