News You Can Use From Bishop Chamber of Commerce – September 13, 2022

Bishop Chamber of Commerce News & Updates

From the Executive Director…

Hello Chamber Members and Friends,

Seems like just yesterday we turned the calendar page to September and now we’re half-way to October. Time flies when we’re busy and wow, we are busy! There are so many great things happening in our community. Some are highlighted here – more online at

We hope this e-news helps you stay connected and we hope to see you soon!



Bishop Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Installation Dinner



Millpond Music Festival

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Click Here for Millpond Line-Up and Ticket Info


Great Sierra River Cleanup

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Eastern Sierra Land Trust and the California Coastal Cleanup initiative are hosting the annual Great Sierra River Cleanup as part of California Coastal Cleanup day on Saturday, September 17, from 8:30 am-11:30 am in Bishop.

During last year’s California Coastal Cleanup day, 36,289 volunteers came out to 3,086 cleanups, 363,719 lbs. of trash and recyclables were removed, and 1,335 miles were cleaned. With your help this year can be even bigger!

ESLT will provide PPE, trash bags, trash grabbers, lunch and beverages. Please wear long pants and sturdy footwear, bring a water bottle, and wear sun protection. Trash will be removed along the Owens River near the Artesian Springs. Volunteers will meet at dirt parking spots just south of the bridge over the Owens along East Line Street.

Please register with Claire at [email protected] and come out to this year’s cleanup to help keep litter out of our Eastside waterways.

Thank you to all partners including the California Coastal Commission, Inyo 350, LADWP, the Sierra Club Range of Light Group, and Friends of the Inyo.


Inyo Associates Social Hour and Dinner


$20 per person. Click here to RSVP.


Free Workshop for Entrepreneurs Hosted by Eastern Sierra Small Business Resource Center

Join us for, Pitch It, a free workshop that will provide:

  • An introduction to sources of capital that can help start and grow your company including options for your particular stage and aspiration.
  • An overview of what information each funding source will require from you.
  • A workshop on how to talk about your business with an emphasis on storytelling.
  • Community building and networking.

This event will be an excellent primer for the SBDC Capital Summit coming to Bishop October 7th.

Bishop Country Club | September 19 | 5:30 – 7:00PM

Click here to RSVP for Pitch It!


Bishop Country Club Chamber Challenge



Adult Education Computer Literacy Program



Inyo County Photo Contest



Welcome New Chamber Members


Romina’s Party Supply recently joined the Bishop Chamber. The shop is located at 214 W. Line St. and offers decorations and supplies for all types of parties as well as party equipment rentals.

In the picture: Sarah Freundt, Cheryl Underhill, April Leeson, Romina and Aurilio Rivas with their children Ian and Elizabeth. Photo Credit Gayla Wolf.


Creekside RV Park has new owners. Nate and Sierra Mors are enjoying their first season in Bishop Creek Canyon with their good doggy Nelson.

In the picture: Bishop Chamber’s Sarah Freundt, Debi Yerkes, Cheryl Underhill, Tawni Thomson with Nate, Sierra and Nelson . Photo credit, Gayla Wolf.


Sierra Shanti Yoga, Tai Chi, & Wellness Studio


Not Already A Chamber Member?

The Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau is a local based non-profit organization the works diligently to support the regional economy. Our mission is to promote business, tourism and responsible recreation. All business sectors are welcome and we hope you’ll consider joining our efforts.

Click here to learn more.

(From Bishop Chamber of Commerce)

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