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2019

 
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August 23-24

Mammoth Rocks- A Taste of the Sierra
Mammoth Rocks and A Taste of the Sierra is a music festival featuring live tribute bands playing classic rock favorites. All of the bands have won numerous awards and are recognized as gifted musicians and great entertainers. Many have been selected and have been featured on AXS TV's World's Greatest Tribute Bands. The Taste features up to a dozen of the area's favorite restaurants and eateries serving a variety of culinary delights. A full bar including beer from local breweries and a featured winery will be available. The event has become a summer favorite for locals and visitors alike. Admission to the event is FREE! Food tasting is available for purchase. Take advantage of the added summer event trolley and avoid driving to the event site. The event is family-friendly.
Phone: 760-709-6459
Web site: www.mammothrocks.com/

     
 
August 24

Wave Rave's Annual Skate Contest
Wave Rave is hosting this free event and features events in both street and bowl disciplines. Registration starts at 8:00 am and the first event starts at 9:00 am in the street section.

There will be prizes, giveaways and fun for all ages! Music will be provided by DJ RNDM.
Phone: 866-326-2737
Web site: www.waverave.com/

     
 
August 25

Summer Music Series at Mammoth Brewing Company
Join Mammoth Brewing Company for their free Summer Music Series every Sunday through September 1 at the Outdoor Beer Garden at Mammoth Brewing Co. Be sure to check out the Beer Truck & Outdoor Bar and order up some great food too from The Eatery.
Phone: 760-934-7141
Web site: mammothbrewingco.com/

     
 
August 25

The Village at Mammoth Movie Series
Come to The Village at Mammoth for outdoor movie showings most Thursday and Sunday evenings* throughout the summer.

*Show times vary throughout the summer based on when the sun goes down. Plan to be at The Village at Mammoth around sunset, as movies start when it's dark enough to see the screen.
Web site: www.villageatmammoth.com/events

     
 
August 29

The Village at Mammoth Movie Series
Come to The Village at Mammoth for outdoor movie showings most Thursday and Sunday evenings* throughout the summer.

*Show times vary throughout the summer based on when the sun goes down. Plan to be at The Village at Mammoth around sunset, as movies start when it's dark enough to see the screen.
Web site: www.villageatmammoth.com/events

     
 
August 30-September 1

Vintage Book Sale
Used Book Sale - Vintage, Rare, and Collectible Books priced individually $3.00 an up. All categories, with a special emphasis on local interest and local history books. Hundreds of books, all donated. All proceeds support our library and its programs.
Phone: 760-934-4777
Web site: www.monocolibraries.org/branches/mammoth-lakes

     
 
August 30-September 1

Mammoth Rock N' Rye
As part of Outside on the Eastside- a colorful celebration of arts, culture and recreation- Mammoth Rock N' Rye is three days of free live music, two tastings of over 30 distilleries and endless fun. Rock out to some of the nation's best musicians while sipping some of America's finest spirits in the beautiful Eastern Sierra.
Web site: mammothrocknrye.com/

     
 
August 31

Mono County Free Fishing Day
Come and fish for free in Mono County! All regulations still apply and Report Cards are required, but fishing licenses are waived on this day. It's the perfect day to learn to fish!
Phone: 760-872-1171
Web site: www.wildlife.ca.gov/Licensing/Fishing/Free-Fishing-Days

     
 
August 31-September 1

Fred Hall Father's Day Fishing Derby
NOTE: This event has been rescheduled from Father's Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend due to weather.

Be part of the Fred Hall tradition by participating in the Father's Day Derby. Fish in the Mammoth Lakes Basin, then weigh your catch at Rick's Sports Center in Mammoth Lakes for a chance at winning an awesome prize package.
Phone: 760-934-3416

     
 
August 31-September 2

Labor Day Festival of the Arts
As part of Outside on the Eastside - a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation - Mono Arts Council presents the Annual Labor Day Festival of the Arts, held in the unique forest setting of Sam's Wood Site. Set high among the pines, this world class Festival provides fairgoers a beautiful viewing and buying experience.

Over the course of 4 days, visitors and residents of Mammoth Lakes will enjoy 110+ exhibiting visual artists, sample international food, local craft beers and wine, listen to live musical performances and entertain families with kid's art workshops.
Phone: 760-914-2909
Web site: monoarts.org/labor-day-festival-of-the-arts-and-music/

     
 
August 31

Campfire Programs: presented by Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association
Join a local naturalist for a fun, family-friendly evening program on topics ranging from Eastern Sierra wildlife to geology.

Meet at the campground amphitheater at 7:00 p.m.

All are welcome to these free programs!
Web site: www.esiaonline.org/

     
 
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