Playhouse 395 goes “HONK!”
Playhouse 395 will host a free performance of HONK! from the first of two Playhouse 395 Summer Children’s Theatre Workshops on June 22, from 5:30-7 p.m. at Bishop Union High School.
The second workshop starts July 9, with a final performance from that group on July 20. Register online, or download a form at the Playhouse 395 website, fill it out and either mail it in or drop it off at the Playhouse 395 Box Office at 146 W. Line Street.
George Stiles and Anthony Drewe’s adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Ugly Duckling” involves a gaggle of farmyard characters, who join the naïve, but loveable, Ugly in his rites-of-passage journey from misrepresented duckling to elegant swan.
June Mountain summer opening day
June Mountain is ready to soar into Summer … Opening Day is set for Thursday, June 21, the start of what is shaping up to be part of our Best Summer Ever!
June will be open Thursday- Monday, until Labor Day from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Lunch Service is served from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., with a menu that will tantalize every tastebud!
Scenic Ride lift tickets are just $10; kids 7-12 are just $5. Kids 6 and under, 2011/12 June Passholders and 2011/12 Mammoth Passholders ride for FREE!
Throw some horseshoes and enjoy other outdoor games at the Chalet, along with easy access to the June Lakes trails system.
Hold your summer special events, weddings or private party at June. Call Group Sales at 760.934.2571, ext. 2211.
For more information, reservations and more, visit www.junemountain.com or call 888.JUNEMTN.
Women’s Club meetings
Keep active not only during the summer but all year round by joining the Mammoth Lakes Women’s Club. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month, beginning at 6:30 p.m. with a social and light refreshments, followed by Club business.
The non-profit organization conducts several fundraising events throughout the year, which benefit scholarship programs and various community groups. New members welcome any time.
Call Sharon Harvey at 760.914.0081 or Debby Christiana Bailey 760.920.2210 for more info.
ESWC “Drive Me Wild” golf event
Summer golf tourney’s don’t get any wilder than Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care’s Inaugural Drive Me Wild Benefit on Saturday, June 23, at Bishop Country Club. 2-man Scramble and Par 3 Poker Run and $10,000 Hole In One! Lunch and raffle are included … lots of great prizes. Meet ESWC Ambassadors Razzle the Raven and Spirit the Red Tailed Hawk! $55 members, $80 non-members.
Register by calling Bishop CC at 760.873.5828.
5th Laws Museum concert
The Laws Museum will hold its 5th Annual Benefit Concert this Saturday, June 16, starting at 5 p.m., this year featuring a SPECIAL LIVE performance by Richard Elloyan & the Peavine Pickers!
Tickets: A $30 donation includes a special pre-concert catered meal from 5-6 p.m., incluidng: choice of BBQ tri-tip or ham, cowboy beans, coleslaw and garlic bread.
The show is suitable for all ages, and all funds raised support the Laws Railroad Museum.
You can attend the concert only for only $20.
For more information, visit www.lawsmuseum.org or call 760.873.5950. Sponsored by the County of Inyo and Laws Railroad Museum.
The Bird Chautauqua returns to Lee Vining this summer, June 15-17 ! With more than 250 people planning to attend the packed weekend of field trips and seminars. Many programs and events still have room available. Reigistration/info: call 760.647.6595 or log on to www.birdchautauqua.org.
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, next 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.