Strut your stuff
Get up and dance, and share your talent with the community when Le Centre holds dance auditions this Saturday, March 12 at 6 p.m., and Sunday, March 13 at 4 p.m. for a special performance scheduled for the first weekend in June at Edison Hall. Open to all styles of dance talent — ballet, hip hop, jazz, modern or tap. Dress comfortably. Auditions start on-time, so be there a few minutes early. Le Centre is located at 3399 Main St. in the Luxury Outlets Mall in Mammoth. Info: 760.924.2043 or www.lecentremammoth.com.
Forest service job fair
The Inyo National Forest will sponsor a Job Fair this Saturday for local people interested in getting a temporary job with the Forest Service. The Job Fair will be held on Saturday, March 12, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Forest Service/BLM Interagency Building, behind the DMV, on West Line St. in Bishop.
Temporary jobs are available in such fields as firefighting, trail maintenance and engineering.
Those who come with the intention of applying for a job should bring their social security number, selective service number, personal e-mail address and a copy of their job history. You must be 18 years old to apply. For more info: call Rick Napoles at 760.876.6205 or e-mail email@example.com.
ESWC volunteer day
Here’s your chance to help injured or orphaned wildlife. Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care’s Animal Care Team volunteers provide care for wildlife that fall out of nests, get hit by cars and caught by wildcats.
Find out about the ESWC and its membership during a New Volunteer Orientation on Sunday, March 27, from l-3 p.m. in the Union Bank meeting room on Main Street in Bishop. Required Animal Care Training Classes will be held later for those interested in a spot on the Team. Info: Call 760.872.1487.
Get lucky on St. Pat’s Day
In the Village … March 17 has DJ Lloyd from 2-5 p.m., and on March 19 see Lava Moon live in the Events Plaza 2-5 p.m.
The Auld Dubliner opens at 11 a.m. on March 17 with Irish food and drink specials all day, and the Jeff Jones Band at 6 p.m., followed by KiLR and Downtown Syndrome!
At the Bistro at Snowcreek Athletic Club: it’s Happy Hour all night, with Corned Beef & Cabbage and more!
At Rafters: March 17-19 starting at 9 p.m. dig the sounds of the Shari Puorto Band, 2010 Los Angeles Music Award Winner Americana, Blues, Roots Song of the Year.
Also on March 17: Clocktower has $1.50 green beer, Guinness, Harp and Murphy’s, food and drink specials all day, free t-shirts to the first 100 patrons, and awesome corned beef & cabbage!
And Grumpy’s serves up Red’s world-famous corned beef & cabbage w/ red potatoes and rye bread for $9.99 until it’s gone, and drink specials all day.
Youth Sports funding
The 2011 Mammoth Lakes Youth Sports Funding process opened Tuesday, March 1, and closes Friday, March 25. The Town of Mammoth Lakes awards $32,000 annually to youth sporting organizations to help provide additional funding to organized, non-profit youth sports programs or activities that may be in need to continue operations. Contact Recreation Supervisor Stephanie Daniel at 760.934.8989, ext. 237 for additional info or to request an application.