Champagne and Classics
There are still tickets available for Chamber Music Unbound’s holiday fundraiser, “Champagne and Classics”, a spirited evening of music and champagne, performed in the intimate atmosphere of “Casa Musica,” next Friday, Dec. 28, or Saturday, Dec. 29, at 7 p.m. each evening.
Celebrate and support the Felici Piano Trio’s year-round community music school, serving 150 local students, as well as the Sierra Academy of Music (SAM) our summer program for students from around California and the country!
The festive evening includes music from Bach to Gershwin. Be a part of the success of CMU’s programs. Tix ($95) available at felicitrio.com/concertcalendar.html. Scroll down to “Champagne and Classics” to make your reservations. Unable to attend, but want to support CMU? Visit: felicitrio.com/givingopportunities.html and make a donation.
Your year-end gift ensures the continued excellence of CMU education and performance programs.
Mammoth Teams HQ opening
Join Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation on Thursday, Dec. 27, at 4 p.m. for the opening of a new training center and headquarters for the hundreds of young athletes on the Mammoth Mountain Ski and Snowboard Teams. Thanks to Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation donors and Mammoth Invitational participants, the Mammoth Teams and Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation have a new headquarters at the mountain. This summer, MMCF invested in a complete remodel of the Slopeside Center as the first step of realizing its vision for a world-class training facility. (thanks to the Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce) Enjoy a champagne or hot cocoa toast. More info: email firstname.lastname@example.org and visitmammothfoundation.org.
Winter at Mammoth Mountain
With the best snow conditions in the U.S., enjoy the holidays at California’s ONLY really BIG mountain experience.
This week, Mammoth Mountain Ski Area debuts: the Unbound Playground and Snowmobile Adventures, which opened Dec. 20, Woolly’s Tube Park and Snow Play, which opens Dec. 21, Parallax Snowcat Dinners, which start Dec. 23, and Minaret Snowcat Tours, which run Fridays through Sundays and on select holidays.
Kids Night Out is 4:30-9:30 p.m. weekends and holidays, and Breakfasts with Woolly are daily at the Mountainside Grill. More stuff for kids happens in the Village, and at Juniper Springs Resort, the Village Lodge and the Mammoth Mountain Inn!
Visit www.MammothMountain.com or call 1.800.MAMMOTH for more!
Pianist Jason Coleman
Bishop Community Concert Association presents pianist Jason Coleman, on Jan. 15, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. in Dorothy Joseph Auditorium located in Bishop High School, 301 N. Fowler St. A prodigy, Coleman has been playing the piano since he was old enough to reach the keys. At an early age he began to follow in the footsteps of his grandfather, piano legend Floyd Cramer, making several appearances with Cramer on TV and in live shows. Coleman will also do an outreach program for local students. Info: bishopcca.org.
Regan tops PH395 fundraiser
On Saturday, Jan. 26 headline comedian Dennis Regan will be the featured act at Playhouse 395’s annual fundraiser, 6 p.m. at the Tri-County Fairgrounds Home Economics Building.
Regan has logged multiple appearances on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and the Late Show with David Letterman. He has also been seen on Showtime and Comedy Central, and toured and headlined large venues and most of the country’s major comedy clubs. In addition, he has also worked as a television writer on the CBS sitcom “The King of Queens.”
Tickets ($35) are on sale now for this fun filled evening at www.playhouse395.com, and make great gifts for anyone on your Christmas List. Adults only. No one under 18; IDs will be checked. Info: 760.920.9100.
Boxtops for Interact
The Mammoth Lakes Rotary-sponsored Interact Club can help you, help education. Interact members are always reaching out to help schools. Their current project is “Boxtops.”
Mammoth Interact Club is going to donate all money raised through the boxtops project back into the local schools.
Look for the Boxtops symbol on top of participating Boxtops products such as those made by Betty Crocker, Hamburger Helper, Ziploc and many others. Cut it out and turn it in to one of our many Boxtops collecting stations located at the Mammoth Lakes library, Mammoth Hospital, Mimi’s Cookie Bar, The Booky Joint and Looney Bean.
Every Boxtops cutout is worth 10 cents for local schools.