2016 marks the 10th Annual June Lake Triathlon. The original race started in the 1980s, so the triathlon has a history of professional and mountain soul.
June Lake, California, “the Switzerland of the Sierra,” sits at 7,600 feet above sea level, making this event California’s Highest Triathlon.
Set in a spectacular lakes basin at the base of Carson Peak in the High Sierra Nevada, this year’s event is limited to 500 lucky competitors, 1500 fans & spectators and 200 volunteers.
When: Jul. 8-9, 2016
Where: June Lake, CA
Click here for the officlal June Like Triathlon website.
The Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with Bishop Country Club for a fun afternoon of golf, games and great food! Slated for Saturday, July 16th, this golf event is not your typical tournament format and promises to be a whole lot of fun for players of all ages and all skill levels! Each hole will feature a different game with prizes for each two-person team.
Everyone who plays will also be entered into a raffle for big prizes, including cash, gift certificates, and a la-z- boy recliner provided by fendon’s furniture in bishop! All players will also be treated to a delicious barbecue dinner on the patio.
Cost is just $35 per person and includes golf games, cart, raffle entry and dinner! Check-in begins at 3pm with golf games starting at 4pm. This event is open to everyone – members, non-members, good golfers & hackers welcome! Proceeds will benefit the bishop chamber of commerce - a community based non-profit organization that works hard to improve our local economy.
For information regarding sponsorship or to register your two-some, call April (760)873-8405 or Bishop Country Club (760)873-5828.
The City of Bishop will be hosting their Annual “Big Day at the Park” on Monday, . Everyone is welcome to enjoy a day at the City Park to celebrate the July 4th Fourth of July with activities starting at 11:00 AM and ending at 4:00 PM.
Starting at 11 AM – For the spectator, come and watch an exciting Exhibition Baseball Game at Diamond Four; For some exercise, bring your tennis rackets and balls and play on the city tennis courts or check in at the City Pool Office to check out a bocce ball set or a volleyball to get started on a game of bocce ball or get some digs in this summer in our volleyball sand courts!
To cool off – come and join us at the City Pool free of charge from 11 AM to 4 PM! Live music will begin at 2:00 PM and FREE watermelon, ice cream, and pie will be served starting at 2 PM until all of the pie is gone!
To end your day, relax and enjoy the Bishop Volunteer Fire Department’s Independence Day Fireworks Show on Monday, July 4th at the Bishop Airport. Airport and Wye Road gates open at 4:00 p.m. and the show will begin at 9:00 p.m. Admission is: $20.00 per vehicle; if you are walking or riding your bike, it is $10.00 per person.
Don’t miss out on the fun! If you need more information please call Bishop City Hall at (760) 873-5863. Hope to see you there!
BIG DAY at the Park
When: Mon., Jul. 4 (11am-4pm)
Where: Bishop City Park
Bishop Volunteer Fire Department Fireworks
When: Mon. July 4 (4pm-9pm)
Admission: $20 per vehicle/$10 per person
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The Wellness Center - Fitness Gym - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Where: 545 Butcher Lane, Big Pine (just south of Big Pine)
Free Fishing Day July 2
Have you ever felt the excitement of watching your bobber suddenly jiggle, then dive out of sight? Or feeling the tap-tap-tap of a bass as it tastes the worm on the end of your line? Or having a salmon practically tear the rod out of your hands as it smashes your lure? What's that? You say you never learned to fish?
If you are new to the sport of fishing, and not sure if you will enjoy it, a great opportunity awaits you. CDFW offers two Free Fishing Days each year. On these days, you can fish without a sport fishing license. Free Fishing Days provide a great, low-cost way to give fishing a try.
While all fishing regulations, such as bag and size limits, gear restrictions, report card requirements, fishing hours and stream closures remain in effect, there are two days each year when anyone can fish without purchasing a fishing license.
Click here for details on the CA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife.