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Mammoth Lakes Recreation This Week

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Spring Program Registration Opens February 27

Spring Registration will open on Monday, February 27 at 9am and includes Gymnastics, Spring Bike Squad, NEW Little Rec’ers (see below) and more. Click here for details and to learn more about our spring menu. Don’t miss out!

Winter programming is underway, but Summer will be upon us before you know it (we hope) and early-bird summer camp/program registration opens at 9am on Monday, April 3, 2023. – check out our action-packed summer camp itinerary here and for inspiration, relive the 2022 Summer camp video!

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NEW Little Rec’ers!

Join us at Shady Rest Park this May as we explore and play a new sport each week! This NEW play group will combine our favorite sports for your aspiring athlete. Little Sluggers (T-Ball), Little Strikers (Soccer), and Little Dunkers (Basketball). There will be fun for everyone as we get outside and enjoy the spring weather. Program is for ages 3-4 and is scheduled from 5:15-6:00pm every Wednesday beginning May 3 through May 28, 2023. Cost is only $50/child. For more information or to register please click here, email ParksAndRec@townofmammothlakes.ca.gov or call the office: (760) 365-3690.

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Wear your Favorite Jersey and Skate for FREE*

Hockey Week Across America was created by USA Hockey in 2008 to engage the hockey community in celebrating the sport at all levels and exposing the game to new audiences. Hockey Week Across America celebrates everything special about the game of hockey from coast to coast. For the entire week (Feb. 20-26, 2023) skate for FREE at the outdoor Mammoth Ice Rink by wearing your favorite hockey jersey. Whether it’s the Mammoth Stars, your Team USA Olympic and Paralympic jersey or your favorite professional team’s jersey (GKG), wear your hockey jersey with pride all week long and skate for FREE. *Skate rental fees apply (subject to availability). Promotion only available during scheduled public skate sessions from February 20-26, 2023. For the latest schedule at the outdoor ice rink, please click here or call the rink at (760) 965-3695 during operating hours (weather permitting).

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Parks, Facilities and Trails Update

Please click here to view the status of our parks, facilities, MUP’s and sidewalks. The Mammoth Outdoor Ice Rink is OPEN – subject to snow/weather conditions. Click here to view the updated schedule. During winter storm cycles, many of the trails will be closed while staff work to clear priority routes.

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Community Recreation Center (CRC) Update

Crews continue to build out the interior of the facility and work continues on the mechanical and Zamboni rooms, installation of the HVAC system, rink lighting and fire suppression system. The Town appreciates the community’s understanding and patience as we work towards enhancing our community recreation amenities. Look for the weekly #crcupdates on the Town’s Facebook page. On December 7, 2022, the Town of Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Lakes Tourism (MLT), and Mammoth Lakes Recreation (MLR) launched an historic new, community-driven partnership with National Hockey League (NHL) franchise, the LA Kings. As part of the expansive, multiyear partnership, brokered by AEG Global Partnerships, the partners have teamed up to launch LA Kings Ice at Mammoth Lakes – the Town’s first indoor Olympic-sized ice rink. Read the Press Release.

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Work for Parks and Rec!

The Town is currently recruiting for the following positions: Recreation Instructor – Mountain Bike or Skateboard, Recreation Leader I – Summer Counselor, Recreation Coordinator – Adult Leagues, and Recreation Leader II – Summer Camps. To be considered for an open recruitment, all applicants must submit an online application.

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Edison Theatre Hosts the Tahoe Adventure Film Festival

The Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre is hosting the Tahoe Adventure Film Festival at the Edison Theatre on March 9 & 10, 2023 beginning at 7pm. This is not your typical stuffy film festival. This fun high-energy evening will fuel your passion for action and ignite your senses for adventure. the festival highlights the best adventure sports films of the year and showcase the action sports world best talent. All of the films are specially selected and edited to fit the festival’s fast pace format. The TAFF organizers spend hours pouring over footage, narrowing down the film submissions to the top 10 from every corner of the Action Sports World. From there each filmmaker produces a special 10-12 minute clip or segment to be premiered at the festival. Thank you and we hope you enjoy the show! Tickets are $12 online or $15 at the door.

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Winter Recreation Update

  • Winter Storm Warning: National Weather Service Reno has issued a Winter Storm Warning for Mono County and the Town of Mammoth Lakes from 4:00am Friday, February 24 through 4:00am Sunday, February 26, 2023. Total snow accumulations of 10 to 30 inches, except 2 to 4 feet above 7,000 feet, with gusting winds as high as 75 mph in the Sierra with 50 mph in valley locations is forecast. Travel during the winter storm could be very difficult to impossible. Travel along US 395 and Highway 6 through Mono County and points south could be greatly impacted due to blowing snow and near whiteout conditions
  • Mammoth Outdoor Ice Rink: Is OPEN subject to snow/weather conditions. Please visit the website for session times, fees  and the rink schedule or call (760) 965-3695 during operating hours.
  • Mammoth MountainCold temperatures, strong winds and heavy snowfall continue with up to 4 feet in the forecast by Saturday morning. We expect limited lift operations tomorrow as the heaviest part of the storm moves in. It will continue to be unseasonably cold with temps in the teens and single digits – wear proper clothing and cover all exposed skin whenever possible. Travel to the area and around town will be difficult tomorrow – carry chains, know how to use them, and do not drive if you are not comfortable. Check road conditions and our Mountain Report via the link in our bio for updates on conditions, operations, closures and more. On days that avalanche mitigation is taking place, there is NOuphill access throughout the day. You can find regular updates on the Mountain Report or on @MammothMountain on Instagram.
  • June Mountain: View the latest conditions and don’t miss Bucky’s Bonfire every Saturday at 2pm.
  • Tamarack XCView the latest conditions.
  • Town Nordic TrailsThe ENTIRE network of Shady Rest Winter Trails are open-subject to weather/snow conditions. All trail conditions and reports can be found here or on the new USFS Winter Trail Grooming page. Please clean up after your pooch, and if you bag it, please take it!
  • Winter Recreation Handouts: View the Winter Recreation MapShady Rest Winter Trail Map, and Responsible Recreation information handout.
  • Inyo Recreation Conditions: View recreation conditions here.

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News from the Inyo!

Stay up to date with news, events, and activities on the Inyo National Forest and Mammoth Ranger District.

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Please Leash Your Dog!

The Mammoth Lakes Police Department is issuing citations to all owners with dogs off-leash at Shady Rest Park and throughout Town after issuing only warnings for the last 2 years. It is unlawful for any dog owner to allow their dog to run at large within the Town of Mammoth Lakes Municipal Boundary. The Eastern Sierra offers an incredible outdoor playground for dog owners to play and walk with your dog(s) off-leash. The Town is moving forward with plans for a dog park with construction expected to commence in the fall of 2023. Thank you for your commitment in keeping Mammoth Lakes safe and beautiful for all to enjoy! Learn more about Dog Resources, Licensing, Education and Enforcement.

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Click here to view the Mammoth Lakes Events CalendarMon

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ATTENTION SNOWMOBILERS!

In the Town of Mammoth Lakes, beyond the Shady Rest “slow zone” around the softball fields, geothermal pipelines that run above ground are now marked with yellow/black/red bamboo poles about 20 feet apart. Please use caution riding in this area by slowing down and staying on the groomed trail when you are within a quarter mile of the parking lot. Please do not ride your snowmobile over these pipelines. This is a temporary solution while we work to install more appropriate signage and highly visible markings. Thank you for being safe on your snowmobile! Need a map? Download it on our snowmobiling page either in PDF or georeferenced on Avenza for free.

CSA#1 Winter Classes

CSA #1 is offering several classes for FREE to the public this winter. Select from Classic Cardio Step+, Yin Yoga, Mountain Stability for Winter Sports, Stretch and Relax and Stott Pilates Matwork. Please click here to learn more!

Mono County Wellness Program Schedule:

Click here for information about the Mammoth Lakes program schedule.

Yoga and Guided Meditation

  • Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:30 – 3:00pm
  • Sierra Wellness Center, 181 Sierra Manor Road #4, Mammoth Lakes
  • Yin yoga, a passive practice, focuses on opening the hip joints and spine for increased range and more effective movement. *must bring your own mat

Sunday Senior Doughnut Drop-In

  • Sundays, 8:00 – 10:00am
  • Various Locations Join us for coffee, a light breakfast, community, and conversation on Sunday mornings.

Open Space Hang

Clubhouse Live

  • Fridays, 3:30 – 5:00pm
  • Sierra Wellness Center, 181 Sierra Manor Road #4, Mammoth Lakes
  • Free drop-in afterschool program for middle and high school aged students to hang out, eat some snacks, work on homework, and play games.

LBGTQIA+ Potluck 

Mono Arts Council (MAC

Open Studio

  • Thursday-Monday, 12-6pm
  • Open Studio is a community program for folks of all ages to have access to a creative space and materials for artistic projects! Participants may bring their own supplies or use materials provided by MAC for a suggested donation of $5. Please note that this is a drop-in, self-guided program. Visit the MAC website for details.

Elevate Mammoth

Elevate is Mammoth Hospital’s community prevention, wellness, and performance institute focused on improving the health of our community through facilitating positive lifestyle choices and providing the necessary knowledge, resources, and skills. Elevate was launched in the Spring of 2021 by Mammoth Hospital. Join a variety of virtual and in-person wellness programs including Pilates, Tai Chi, and Mom Strong: Perinatal Core & Pelvic Health, support groups, prenatal classes, and education series on nutrition and mindfulness. Check out all of their classes and schedule here

Safesitter With CPR @ Mammoth Hospital’s Elevate

Saturday, March 4 from 9:00AM – 3:30PM: Register @ https://www.elevatemammoth.com/safe-sitter

Safe Sitter courses are designed to prepare participants in grades 6-8 to be safe when they’re babysitting, watching younger siblings, or home alone. The instructor-led and interactive classes are filled with games, role-playing exercises, hands-on demonstrations, and skills practice using soft-bodied dolls and medical manikins.

Safe Sitter Essentials with CPR is a 6.5-hour course with a 1 instructor : 8 students ratio. Students should be in grades 6-8, and parent/adult permission & recommendation is required for participation.

Mammoth Lakes Library

Storytime and Reading Challenge

In addition to our weekly Facebook Live Storytimes on Wednesdays at 10:30am and in Spanish alternate Fridays at 10:30am on Mammoth Lakes Library’s Facebook page.

Makerspace and MonoBookBox Program

The library continues to offer free all-ages seasonal Makerspace Kits and Activity Zines for pick up at the front desk, along with Storytime To Go bags for young families at Mammoth Lakes Library. School age kids can still sign up for a few remaining slots in our winter MonoBookBox Program and high school age teens can participate in our Evolution of Storytelling Project  which includes free journaling boxes and zine-making kits and this season adds in-house use of iPads for digital story creation and recording equipment for oral history/podcast style storytelling.  Adults can take advantage of our Drop-In Sewing Machine Time at the 2nd floor Makerspace every Wednesday from 2:30-4:30pm. Additional information: monocolibraries.org.

(From Mammoth Lakes Parks and Recreation)

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