Lee Vining parking lot sale
Okay, you can’t buy a parking lot, but that’s about the only thing you won’t be able to buy when the community of Lee Vining holds its second annual Parking Lot Sale on May 21 in the Nicely’s Parking Lot at 4th St. & U.S. 395.
Buy, sell, swap … clean out storage and sell it all! Antiques, crafts, jewelry, clothing, tools, sporting goods, books, CDs, DVDs, household items, electronics, it’s all good and a good day for people to get together!
Set up starts at 6 a.m., and the sale starts promptly at 8 a.m. Oh, and all exhibitors receive a free breakfast at Nicely’s, maximum two per space!
Admission and spaces are free, but spaces are assigned on a first come, first served basis, so call in your reservation now!
More info and reservations, contact Michele Urquhart at the Bronze Bear Outpost, 760.647.6465 or 760.647.6034.
June Lake Loop logo contest
Now that the June Lake Trails Plan has been formally adopted, the June Lake Trails Committee needs your help to design the June Lake Loop Trails Logo, and is challenging the creative minds of the June Lake Loop and Mono County to a competition for a logo and name that may appear on trail signage, trail promotional materials, and related items.
Submissions will be accepted on paper or electronically in Microsoft or .pdf formats. Complete and return an Entry Form available online at www.monocounty.ca.gov, at the Mono County Community Development Offices in Mammoth Lakes or Bridgeport. E-mail all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Selection will be based on: practicality of design with regard to construction and maintenance, June Lake Loop identity, uniqueness and creativity. The logo design contest for the trails is open to the public, and all types of original artwork will be accepted. The winning logo designer receives four ski/snowboard day-passes to June Mountain! Entry deadline: May 25.
More info: call Heather deBethizy 760.924.1812.
Student athlete physicals
Sports Physical Examinations for Youth and CIF Sports are scheduled for Monday, May 16, at Sierra Park Family Medicine Clinic/Mammoth Hospital.
Open to Mammoth Youth Football players and cheerleaders from 5-10 p.m., the exams are only $20, and a parent must attend.
Mammoth and Lee Vining High School exams will be from 7-10 p.m., with the last exam at 9:45 p.m.; parent does not have to attend. Students with asthma/chronic illness must see their private doctor. If the student wears glasses/contacts, they must have them. Forms mailed to MHS students or downloaded from www.mammothyouthfootball.org or www.mhsboosters.org MUST be signed by parent! Info: 760.914.2140.
“Dancing with the devil”
Come on out for some “Dancing With The Devil,” the inaugural wine & beer tasting benefit for the Chalfant Valley Fire Department on Sunday, June 5, from 5-8 p.m. at Big Trees Farm, 395 Hunter Ave in Chalfant Valley.
Sample vino from six wineries and two breweries, and enjoy live music by the Peavine Pickers and appetizers by the Chalfant Fire Volunteers.
Enter to win great Silent Auction prizes, such as a 2 night stay and boat rental package from Parcher’s Resort, Kern River raft trips, Millpond Festival tickets, a Beauregard Mine tour, a framed and signed print by Charles Mulligan, as well as door prizes from Manor Market, Wye Road Feed, Chalfant Big Trees, Covinct Lake Resort and more!
Tickets: $35, and all proceeds go to the CVFD. Info: 760.873.7129.