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2018

 
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August 2

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

     
 
August 2-5

Mammoth Festival of Beers & Bluesapalooza
With over 60 craft breweries/cideries pouring than 150 beers and ciders from around the country, the 23rd Mammoth Festival of Beers and Bluesapalooza is the largest craft beer and music festival in the region. The four-day event features more than 20 bands on two stages performing blues, rock, R&B and soul. In the past, the festival has hosted legendary artists like Mavis Staples, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Buddy Guy, John Hiatt, Michael Franti, Johnny Winter, Robert Cray, Leon Russell, Blues Traveler and many more. The 2018 full band line up will be announced soon and will feature hot new acts and legendary icons like 2018 Grammy Award Winners Taj Mahal and Keb Mo!
Phone: 888-992-7397
Web site: www.mammothbluesbrewsfest.com/

     
 
August 3-5

Mammoth Lakes Fine Arts & Crafts Festival
Mammoth Lakes will be teeming with activity when the annual Mammoth Lakes Fine Arts and Crafts Festival comes to town. The free event, which runs from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm each day, will give attendees the opportunity to meet with talented artists and artisans from throughout the western United States as they present their original works against the majestic background of the Sierra Nevada mountains. The Mammoth Lakes Fine Arts & Crafts Festival takes place on the grounds of Kittredge Sports, at the corner of Highway 203 (Main Street) and Forest Trail in Mammoth Lakes. On display will be a wide variety of arts and crafts including photography, watercolor and oil paintings, ceramics, jewelry, woodwork and much more.
Phone: 209-267-4394
Web site: pacificfinearts.com/

     
 
August 4

Quake & Shake 10k/Half Marathon Race
The Quake & Shake 10K & Half Marathon offers runners a chance to run the rugged mountainous terrain of Mammoth Lakes, California. Both the half marathon and the 10K begin at the parking lot of Inyo craters, a popular local spot for hiking and mountain biking. Part of a volcanic caldera that unfolds along a 30-mile fissure that stretches from Mammoth Mountain to nearby Mono Lake, the area is an exciting and unique setting for both runners and spectators to enjoy the race.
Phone: 415-335-0179
Web site: sierra-nevada-races.com/

     
 
August 5

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

     
 
August 8-12

Sierra National Forest Wilderness Project
Join Friends of the Inyo and the Sierra National Forest for a spectacular five days of stewardship in the Mono Creek high country. Visit our website for more details.

Space is limited RSVP now to hold your spot!
Web site: friendsoftheinyo.org/event/snf-wilderness-project/

     
 
August 9

The Village at Mammoth Movie Series
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

     
 
August 9-19

Macbeth presented by Sierra Classic Theatre's Shakespeare in the Woods
Sierra Classic Theatre presents it's 9th annual Shakespeare in the Woods production of William Shakespeare's Macbeth.

Directed by veteran SCT director Susan Dalian, the play is set in a post apocalyptic world where territorial battles ignite, greed reigns, families fester, the dead come back to life, and witches celebrate the prophecy of it all.

Performances are Thurs - Sun at 6pm, August 9th through 12th and August 16th through 19th at The Woods At Mammoth Lakes (formerly Sam's Woodsite) 5699 Minaret Road Mammoth Lakes, CA.

Bring a picnic! Bring a friend! Fun for the whole family!

Cost: $15 suggested donation
Phone: 760-914-1632
Web site: sierraclassictheatre.org/

     
 
August 9-11

Eastern Sierra Symphony Summer Festival
The Sierra Summer Festival is the oldest summer festival in Mammoth Lakes. When it started, it encompassed many different genres of music and even some other arts, but it has recently coalesced into a professional symphony orchestra festival.
Phone: 760-935-3837
Web site: www.easternsierrasymphony.org/

     
 
August 10

Mammoth Margarita Festival
The Mammoth Margarita Festival features premium tequila tasting, four amazingly talented bands/duos, 15 to 25 tequila distilleries with 75+ tasting opportunities and Margarita Alley!
Phone: 760-924-1575
Web site: www.mammothmargaritafestival.com/

     
 
August 12

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

     
 
August 16

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

     
 
August 16-19

Mammoth Wine Weekend
This festival features a weekend of wining and dining with exclusive Winemaker Dinners at two of Mammoth's premiere restaurants, a Wine Walk in The Village featuring 20+ wineries pouring more than 45 vintages and a Sunday Champagne Brunch at Campo Mammoth.
Phone: 800-626-6684
Web site: www.mammothmountain.com/summer/things-to-do/events/event-detail?url=mammoth-wine-weekend1&day=20&month=8&year=2016

     
 
August 17

Summer Sunset Party
Ride the Panorama Gondola to the top of the Sierra at dusk to watch the sun set over the Minarets. The top of the mountain will be buzzing with indoor and outdoor fun, including a DJ spinning tunes, plus food and drink concessions.

The July 6 party coincides with the Summer Ezakimak Challenge! Cheer on and celebrate with the 11,053' racers as they finish the uphill 5K race.
Web site: www.mammothmountain.com/winter/things-to-do/events-calendar

     
 
August 18

Pioneer Party & Annual General Membership Meeting
The public is invited to the annual Pioneer Party, an evening filled with food, music, and information about this beautiful site. Come be a part of the festivities!
Phone: 760-934-6918

     
 
August 18-19

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/

     
 
August 19

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

     
 
August 23

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

     
 
August 24-26

Mammoth Rocks & Taste of the Sierra
Mammoth Rocks and A Taste of the Sierra is a music festival featuring live tribute bands playing classic rock favorites. All of the bands have won numerous awards and are recognized as gifted musicians and great entertainers. Many have been selected and have been featured on AXS TV's World's Greatest Tribute Bands. The Taste features up to a dozen of the area's favorite restaurants and eateries serving a variety of culinary delights. A full bar including beer from local breweries and a featured winery will be available. The event has become a summer favorite for locals and visitors alike. Admission to the event is FREE! Food tasting is available for purchase. Take advantage of the added summer event trolley and avoid driving to the event site. The event is family-friendly.
Phone: 760-924-1575
Web site: www.mammothrocks.com/

     
 
August 25

Wave Rave's Annual Skate Contest
Wave Rave is hosting this free event and features events in both street and bowl disciplines. Registration starts at 8:00 am and the first event starts at 9:00 am in the street section.

There will be prizes, giveaways and fun for all ages! Music will be provided by DJ RNDM.
Phone: 866-326-2737
Web site: www.waveravesnowboardshop.com/

     
 
August 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

     
 
August 30

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

     
 
August 31-September 1

Vintage Book Sale
Used Book Sale - Vintage, Rare, and Collectible Books priced individually $3.00 an up. All categories, with a special emphasis on local interest and local history books. Hundreds of books, all donated. All proceeds support our library and its programs.
Phone: 760-934-4777
Web site: www.monocolibraries.org/branches/mammoth-lakes

     
 
August 31-September 2

Mammoth Rock n Rye
As part of Outside on the Eastside - a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation - Mammoth Rock n Rye is three days of free live music, two tastings, 30 distilleries, 15 craft breweries and endless fun. Rock out to some of the nation's finest Americana music for free in the beautiful Eastern Sierra.

More About Outside on the Eastside

Outside on the Eastside is a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation. From Labor Day weekend until the first snow, visitors will find a variety of activities and events that capture the essence of autumn. The season is packed with events for everyone to discover from bike rides, theatre performances, a kite festival, classical music and art festivals.
Web site: mammothrocknrye.com/

     
 
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