Rattlesnake aversion class
Judy Beard, who is coordinating a rattlesnake aversion class in Swall Meadows, said there is still plenty of room available in the upcoming June 14 class, which will be held at the Wheeler Crest Fire Station.
Beard is presenting the program with Natural Solutions, a group specializing in K-9 rattlesnake avoidance. The group is making the special Eastern Sierra stop on its way to Reno, Nev.
To sign up for the class, call Beard at 559.816.2578.
The Inyo-Mono Regional Water Management Group, Central Sierra Resource Conservation and Development, and Eastern Sierra Unified School District will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, June 4, on the Coleville High School campus on U.S. 395 at 9 a.m. to kick off the first project of the $1.1 million Proposition 84 Implementation Grant awarded in August 2011. The groundbreaking is for construction of a water treatment and ion exchange facility that will provide high-quality drinking water to students, faculty, staff and community members.
More info: contact IRWM Project Manager Holly Alpert at 760.709.2212.
UK international soccer camp
Professional British soccer coaches once again host more popular UK International soccer camps in Mammoth, with both Full- and Half-day options!
Camp includes: A UK International Soccer camp t-shirt, player of the week awards, World Cup prizes and an individual evaluation certificate. Bring cleats, shin guards, soccer ball, snacks and water bottle. Full Day Campers receive a free UK Soccer ball. When: Session 1: Monday – Friday; June 25 – June 29. Session 2: Monday – Friday; July 30 – August 3. Times: 9 a.m.- noon (4-16 yrs), 9 a.m.– 3 p.m. (8-16 yrs.). Where: Shady Rest Park Soccer Field #1.
Fees/Info: contact the Recreation Department at 760.934.8989 ext. 222.
Mountain bike camp
Join the Recreation Department staff and local pro bike-shop riders in this intensive three-day camp for ages 9-13, Wednesday, June 20, through Friday, June 22, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily. Check out local trails at Shady Rest Park, the Lakes Basin and Lower Rock Creek. Fees/Info: contact Vincent Townsend at 760.920.1638.
Dance with the devil
Ask anyone who was at the first one, and they’ll tell you it was THE fundraising event of last summer. This year, the Chalfant Fire Rescue 2nd Annual “Dance With The Devil” fundraiser, Saturday, June 23, from 5-8 p.m.
Tastings from wineries including Pedroncelli, Peachy Canyon, Dreyfus Ashby, Shannon Ridge, Quady, Gallo, Field Stone, Fess Parker, McClean and Rosenthal, and Indian Wells Brewery.
Food by Gae Thomas, Simply Dellsh Catering and the Chalfant Volunteer Barbecue Crew.
Live Music by the PeaVine Pickers & Half Way to Benton Band Lots of Great Raffles (tickets available at the event).
Tix ($35) on sale now at Chalfant Big Trees Farm, 395 Hunter in Chalfant Valley, or call 760.873.7129.
Mammoth dog license clinic
Town of Mammoth Lakes annual dog license sale/vaccination clinic in the Police Department parking lot on Saturday, June 9, from 4-5:30 p.m.
Dr. Gaylon TeSlaa and the staff of Alpen Veterinary clinic will provide low cost vaccinations for dogs and cats.
If your dog does not need a rabies vaccination update, you can just purchase a license for $13 if your animal is spayed/neutered or $30 if it is not. You don’t need to bring your pet to the clinic unless it needs a vaccination update.
Bring proof of spay/neuter if applicable, and proof of a current rabies vaccination if your dog is not due this year.
If you are paying by check, and will be purchasing a license and vaccinations, keep in mind that you will be paying two separate bills.
Purchase 2012-13 TOML dog licenses at the MLPD front counter, Tuesday-Friday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Info: contact the MLPD at 760.934.2011, ext 0.Share Email This Post