The Antique Peddler: Open House

Come check out the open house at The Antique Peddler in Bishop. When you donate $25 to hospice you get a $10 gift card to the antique store!Also locals get a 10% discount... 

Thank you to all that support local businesses in our community.

The Antique Peddler - Open House
When: Nov. 17-19 (10am- 5:30pm daily)
Where:
The Antique Peddler, 2293 N. Sierra HWY, Bishop, CA

The Antique Peddler
Regular Hours:
7-Days a week (10am-5:30pm)

Walking Water: Presentation - Talking Water

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Dear Friends,
We invite you to an evening of Walking Water.

Walking Water has now completed its 3 year journey walking 550 miles from Mono Lake, through the Owens Valley and into Los Angeles. We will share stories, show some images and ask the wider question of how we keep restoring our relations to water, peoples and lands. 
Snacks and drinks will be offered. 

Walking Water - Talking Water Presentation
When: Sun., Nov. 26, 2017 (4pm - 6pm) 
Where:
Inyo Arts Council, 137 S Main St, Bishop, CA 93514

CNPS Bristlecone Chapter: Save the Date

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CNPS Annual Potluck and Program
Bring food, drink, and conversation to share (also bring plates and utensils for yourself). Members and non-members welcome. Bristlecone Chapter elections follow the potluck at 6:45 PM; the Chapter Program begins at 7:00 PM.

The Chapter Program will be a collection of slides from CNPS Bristlecone Chapter Newsletter, Vol. 38, No. 6, November-December 2017 www.bristleconecnps.org 2 any and all attendees. The theme is "Botanical Slides or Lies." Bring up to 10 photos on a drive (or email them to mslaton02@gmail.com beforehand), highlighting your year's botanical adventures. Photos may be factual or fabricated - the audience will judge any embellishments!

CNPS Annual Potluck and Program
When: Wed., Nov. 29 (5:30 p.m.)
Where:
White Mountain Research Center, 3000 E. Line Street, Bishop

Caltrans: Senate Bill 1 - CA Transportation Funding Legislation

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In this Caltrans News Flash, Public Information Officer Rick Estrada visits with Senior Transportation Engineer Mark Orr to discuss the transition from 4-inch wide highway striping to 6-inch wide stripes on state highways. These wider stripes, and the reflective material in the paint, will make the road more visible in darkness, as well as inclement weather such as rain, snow and fog. It will also make it easier for autonomous vehicles to “see” the lines and stay in their lane. The new striping program is just one of the many projects that have been accelerated thanks to Senate Bill 1, which will invest $5.4 billion a year over the next decade to fix California’s transportation system.