In 1968, Governor Ronald Reagan signed a resolution calling for a holiday called American Indian Day, to be held theFourth Friday in September. In 1998, the California Assembly passed AB 1953, which made Native American Day an official state holiday, observed annually on the fourth Friday in September.
Walking Water is having an evening event to share about the three-year journey that began at Mono Lake in 2015 and will conclude this October at the Pacific Ocean.
Please join us for this Talking Water/potluck dinner event which will be held on Monday, September 25th starting at 6PM at the Bishop Paiute Community Center.
Along with a dish to share, please bring your own dinnerware (plate, utensils, cup) to minimize waste.
Walking Water - Talking Water Potluck
When: Monday, Sept. 25 (6pm)
Where: Bishop Paiute Community Center located at 405 N. Barlow Lane, Bishop, CA
Questions: Kate Bunney at 310-307-6963
Carson & Colorado Engine #18, the Slim Princess, on the road through Independence on US 395, Wednesday, Sept. 20. The restored locomotive is being trucked from its home at the Eastern California Museum, in Independence, to the Laws Museum in Bishop.
The engine will be in operation and running on the tracks at Laws on Saturday and Sunday.
For more info, contact Laws Museum at 760-873-5950.
CA INDIAN DAY Parade
When: Fri., Sept. 22 (10am)
Where: Beginning at the Paiute Palace and ending at the Barlow Lane Gym
(N. Pa-Ha Lane to Diaz Lane to Barlow Lane)
Did You Know?
Drinking juice daily has numerous health benefits, so do not hesitate, add fruits and vegetables of all kinds, create new combinations and make juice consumption an important part of your day By drinking juice, we have access to a lot of nutrients, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that help repair our body and improve the immune system. The great presence of antioxidants in juices helps to detoxify the body and eliminate the effects of processed food. While fruits and vegetables also have phytochemicals that improve health and prevent disease. They are easier to digest than whole foods. In addition, a lot of nutrients from the vegetables are lost during the cooking process and, this way, when liquefying is maintained.