Welcome to our Calendar of Events.

2018

 
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July 19-28

Unbound Chamber Music Festival
Love for the mountains and the sounds of great music bring together world-renowned performers and enthusiastic audiences for the Unbound Chamber Music Festival. Please join us and let us grace your summer in the mountains with eight fabulous programs, as well as two free concerts by the talented international students of the Sierra Academy of Music! Tickets for evening shows are $35 for adults, $30 for seniors and $10 for children. For matinees tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and $5 for children.
Phone: 760-934-7015
Web site: www.felicitrio.com/

     
 
July 20-21

Mammoth Reggae Festival
The Mammoth Reggae Festival is a free two-day concert at The Village Mammoth in the beautiful Eastern Sierra.
Phone: 760-934-3300
Web site: www.mammothreggae.com/

     
 
July 20

Rock Creek Lake Cleanup
Join Friends of the Inyo, Rock Creek Lakes Resort, and Tangle Free Waters to clean up trash and fishing line around the lake. Meet at Rock Creek Lakes Resort at 10am on Friday, July 20 and Friday, August 10.

All ages welcome. Bring lunch, water, sunscreen, and appropriate footwear for hiking.
Phone: 760-873-6500
Web site: friendsoftheinyo.org/event/rock-creek-lake-cleanup/

     
 
July 21-22

Owens River Water Trail Project
Drive east along Narrow Gauge Road north of Lone Pine, and you'll drop into the floodplain and notice a beautiful section of the Owens River. The Owens River Water Trail Project envisions a navigable stretch of river with all abilities access at the put-in and take-out where all people can float, fish, and swim the Owens River.

Because the Owens River does not flood and flush out its channel annually, cottonwood logs have plugged the river. Islands of muck and tule reeds have formed around logs, creating dams that construct navigation.

During two weekends this summer, volunteers will literally get their feet wet helping to remove this debris from the river channel. Wetsuits, tools, and snacks will be provided!

Space is limited so RSVP now to hold your spot!
Phone: 760-873-6500
Web site: friendsoftheinyo.org/event/owens-river-water-trail-project/

     
 
July 22

The Village at Mammoth Movie Series
Come to The Village at Mammoth for outdoor moving showings on Thursday and Sunday evenings* throughout the summer.

*Show times vary throughout the summer based on when the sun goes down. Plan to be at The Village at Mammoth around sunset, as movies start when it's dark enough to see the screen.
Phone: 760-924-1575
Web site: www.villageatmammoth.com/events

     
 
July 25-29

Inyo National Forest Wilderness Project
Five lucky volunteers will get to spend five glorious days in the Inyo National Forest's wilderness, stewarding trails and swimming in creeks! Check the Friends of the Inyo website for further details. Space is limited so RSVP now to hold your spot!
Phone: 760-873-6500
Web site: friendsoftheinyo.org/event/inf-wilderness-project/

     
 
July 26

The Village at Mammoth Movie Series
Come to The Village at Mammoth for outdoor moving showings on Thursday and Sunday evenings* throughout the summer.

*Show times vary throughout the summer based on when the sun goes down. Plan to be at The Village at Mammoth around sunset, as movies start when it's dark enough to see the screen.
Phone: 760-924-1575
Web site: villageatmammoth.com/events

     
 
July 27-29

Mammoth Villagefest
The Mammoth VillageFest has been dubbed the "World's Highest Rib Cook-off." This free three-day event takes place at The Village at Mammoth where you can check out delicious dishes from local restaurants vying for the title of Best Ribs, Chicken and Chili. Enjoy concerts each night by world-class musicians, a beer and wine garden, an art walk and much more.
Phone: 760-914-3122
Web site: mammothvillagefest.com/

     
 
July 28

Trek Dirt Series Mountain Bike Camp
Our first two Mammoth camps were so much fun that we nearly can't wait to go back. The resort features completely unique terrain and beautiful views, and everything is so convenient that it's possible to think of nothing but mountain biking for days on end.

We run our morning skill development sessions  featuring everything from stance and balance lessons to wheel lifts, roll downs, and drops  on the stunts we bring along with us as well as in the dedicated learning areas in the park. Our afternoons are then focused on incorporating new skills onto the trails, whether cross-country or downhill inclined.

Each year we've discovered new cross-country pedaling options. Most are fairly smooth, fast, and flowing, with opportunities to practice climbing technique, develop low and high-speed cornering, and master loose terrain. Others features roots and rocks, short technical climbs, and more challenging descents.
Web site: www.dirtseries.com/mammoth

     
 
July 28

Kids Fishing Festival
Have you even witnessed the joy of a young child catching their first trout or a 5-year-old trying to land a fish half their size? The annual Kids Fishing Festival is a FREE event open to kids 14 and under and takes place at the ponds adjacent to the Snowcreek Resort Rental Office. Help us celebrate over 30 years of Berkley/ power bait!
Phone: 760-937-2942
Web site: kidsfishfest.com/

     
 
July 29

The Village at Mammoth Movie Series
Come to The Village at Mammoth for outdoor moving showings on Thursday and Sunday evenings* throughout the summer.

*Show times vary throughout the summer based on when the sun goes down. Plan to be at The Village at Mammoth around sunset, as movies start when it's dark enough to see the screen.
Phone: 760-924-1575
Web site: villageatmammoth.com/events

     
 
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