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Tickets for the the 30th annual Millpond Music Festival are on sale!

If you want to snag some early tickets for this years festival and reserve your camping spot, call, fax, or email us to secure your ticket. Our office hours are from 10-5 Monday-Friday.

Call: 760-873-8014
Fax: 760-873-5518
Email: [email protected]

 

Hoop Dance Class with Sage Romero

Starting this month, Sage Romero will be teaching hoop dancing on Monday and Thursday evenings at the Margaret L. Romero Cultural Studio at 325 N. Crater St. Big Pine, CA. Classes are for adults and youth.

To register and get more information, call 760-937-1910, or email [email protected].

 

Playhouse 395 Presents: Love, Loss, and What I Wore

Playhouse 395 presents a Staged Reading of “Love, Loss, and What I Wore” at The Bishop Elks Lodge Saturday, June 18th at 6pm.

Click here for tickets.

 

Open Mic Night at Looney Bean

Check out the amazing array of local talent at the Looney Bean Open Mic Night!
When: June 17th, 5-8pm
Goodent 3rd Anniversary Birthday Party

Join Goodent for a 3rd anniversary birthday party and fundraiser event at The Forum Theater! Event includes live music, food, the Forum Theater grand opening reception and concert, and a chance to win an original John Hamilton painting!
When: Saturday, June 18th

 

Free Concert in the Park

Stop by the park on Monday nights for a free concert by Bishop Community Band at the Bishop City Park Gazebo. Enjoy classical, big band, ragtime, and more.
When: Every Monday night starting on June 20th beginning at 8:00pm.
Bring lawn chairs or a blanket to sit on.

 

Free Concert by the Air National Guard Band of the West

Don’t miss this FREE concert on Thursday, June 30th @ 6:30pm by the Air National Guard Band of the West.

Click here for more info.

 

Mammoth Shakespeare Festival

THE 2ND ANNUAL MAMMOTH LAKES SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL WILL PRESENT “MEASURE FOR MEASURE” AND “TWELFTH NIGHT”
-IN REPERTORY JUNE 29 – JUY 17TH!
-WEDNESDAYS THROUGH SUNDAYS AT 7PM AT THE WOODSITE AT MAMMOTH.
Performing Shakespearean plays alfresco is a world-wide summer ritual and a natural fit for the stunning outdoor beauty of Mammoth Lakes. This Mammoth tradition dates back to 2001, when Sierra Classic Theatre performed A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Hayden Cabin. For the past 12 years local and visiting audiences have brought their evening picnics to The Woods at Mammoth Lakes (formerly Sam’s Woods Site) for an evening of outdoor family fun. These productions have a tremendous following and keep dazzling audiences with unique takes on old classics: A post-apocalyptic Macbeth, Twelfth Night set in the wild west; The Two Gentleman of Verona set in the roaring 20’s; As You Like It set in 1969 California, Much Ado set in Vegas and A Mammoth Midsummer Night’s Dream set right here in Mammoth Lakes.
Only a $15 donation is requested. Don’t miss this year’s Measure for Measure set in a Belle Epoque teeming the brothels, and an Elizabethan Twelfth Night with men playing women playing men!

 

Bishop 4th of July Celebration

Don’t miss the Bishop 4th of July celebration at Bishop City Park! This is an all day event featuring food vendors, a watermelon eating contest, bike and scooter pageant and decorating contest, free pie, ice cream, and watermelon, live music sponsored by Inyo Council for the Arts, and of course, the fireworks show!

This event is open and free to the public starting at 12pm on July 4th. The park pool opens at 1pm with free swim until 4pm. See you at the park!

 

ICA Newsletter: Calling All Artists

Are you a visual artist, musician, ceramist, poet, writer, filmmaker, actor, dancer, jewelry designer, woodworker, or fashion designer?

ICA is looking to feature local artists in this newsletter and on social media! Click here for more details.

(From Inyo Council for the Arts)

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