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Salad today is a lemon-leek pasta salad with capers, bell pepper, and bow tie pasta
Our wrap is a Jamaican-inspired turkey wrap. It's the next best thing to being on the beach! That's turkey, pineapple, sweet chili, and garlic with a citrus-y coleslaw.
I can hear the waves now... Our sandwich is sure to go quickly: turkey, bacon, tomato, avocado, greens, and sprouts with homemade buttermilk ranch, all on Texas toast.
The Secret Sandwich Society Caters Your Event! Book early! So many events - so few weekends! Email your request to email@example.com Need Event Space?
The Yard Sale Cafe' is a great spot with a warm atmosphere for your gathering. Come check us out behind Spellbinder Books at 124 S. Main Street - we're serving lunch from 11 to 2 !
Live Karaoke Friday night at the Yard Sale Cafe 7:00 to 9:00 for detail email the band! Hungry?
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Playhouse 395 Children’s Theatre Workshops Registration Open
Children ages 7-13 are invited to sign up for Playhouse 395’s Children’s Theatre Workshops in June and July. Children will learn stagecraft and stage presence, on stage and behind the scenes while producing Disney’s Little Mermaid, Jr.
Each session runs for two weeks, Mondays through Fridays, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Children may sign up for one or both sessions.
- Session 1 will be held June 17-28;
- Session 2 July 29-Aug. 9.
Both sessions culminate in public performances on the final Friday with shows at 5:30 and 7:00 PM. Registration materials for the Children’s Theater Workshops are available on-line at www.playhouse395.com with discounted registration for second and additional children and for applications received on or before May 24, 2013.
Questions: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or 760.920.9100
TO: LOCAL MEDIA
ROM: Lesley Bruns, Outreach and Development Director, Eastern Sierra Land Trust
RE: “Valleys and Vistas” World Premiere
Eastern Sierra Land Trust presents: Valleys and Vistas: Preserving the Wild Side of California Film Premiere
Eastern Sierra Land Trust recently partnered with award-winning local filmmakers, Bristlecone Media, to produce Valleys and Vistas: Preserving the Wild Side of California. This film features stunning scenery of the Eastern Sierra and its wildlife and showcases ESLT’s efforts to protect vital lands. The world premiere of this short documentary will be held at the Mammoth Lakes Arts Center on May 11 at 7:30pm. ESLT will also introduce their new Executive Director, Kay Ogden, and bid a warm farewell to their previous one, Karen Ferrell-Ingram.
This fun event starts at 7:30, with wine, desserts and some celebratory champagne provided. You can join ESLT at the membership table on site on site and receive a free copy of the film.
When: Sat., May 11 (7:30pm)
Where: Mammoth Lakes Arts Center, 549 Old Mammoth Rd., Mammoth Lakes, CA
Cost: Free to members of ESLT, $10 suggested donation for non-members
Questions: Lesley Bruns 760 873- 4554 or email email@example.com
RAINBOW TROUT FESTIVAL
Anglers are invited to bring their opening day catch to the Bishop City Park. Fish will be displayed beginning at 2pm and for each fish entered, participants will receive one ticket to the HUGE RAFFLE! Prizes will be awarded at 7pm and will include rod & reel combos, tackle, fishing apparel, greatgift certificates & more! There will be live music, demonstrations, information booths & kids activities. "Just for Fun" prizes will also be awarded for biggest fish, best stringer, uggliest fish & most beautiful.
When: Sat., Apr. 27
Registration: FREE and we hope to see you there!
The Metabolic Studio is hosting 100 Conversations About Water during this centenary of the LA Aqueduct.
Conversation Number 11: Historical and Contemporary Water Issues in Owens Valley Native Communities
with Alan Bacock ,Kathy Bancroft, Jeremiah Joseph, and Harry Williams.
When: Sat., Apr.27 (10 am)
Where: Metabolic Studio IOU Garden in Lone Pine
Conversation Number 12: Water Wisdom: Seven Pioneers.
Water is a mysterious substance that is essential to life on our planet. While conventional science has succeeded in describing its unique structure and properties, much of the essence of water remains elusive. Kathy Goss will highlight seven pioneering water researchers to help us explore the hidden nature of water, and its potential applications for the benefit of humankind.
When: Thurs., Apr 25 (6:30 pm)
Where: PPG Silo South Of Lone Pine
Directions/Questions: Jane (510) 468-7113
California Department of Fish and Wildlife
News Release April 24, 2013
Media Contacts: James Erdman, CDFW Environmental Scientist, (760) 873-6071 Andrew Hughan, CDFW Communications, (916) 322-8944
Lakes and Streams Looking Good for Eastern Sierra Trout Season Opener
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) anticipates good fishing for the eastern Sierra trout opener due to early spring conditions and rising temperatures.
Warm weather has been melting snow and ice on lakes that often are still frozen in late spring, giving anglers more access to lakes, streams and waterways for the Saturday, April 27 season opener. Lakes below 8,000 feet have already thawed and higher lakes could thaw considerably more prior to opening day.
Warmer water often means the fish have had more time to forage and add some weight after the winter. Hatcheries have begun to stock the open waters.
CDFW biologists have been surveying the waters and have made the following observations: · Crowley Lake is ice-free and has been open for two months.
· Bridgeport Reservoir, Convict Lake, Crowley Lake, Lundy Lake and the Twin Lakes in Bridgeport are all open and ice-free.
· The entire June Lake Loop, including June Lake, Gull Lake, Silver Lake and Grant Reservoir are all ice-free. Water level at Grant Reservoir is very low.
· East Walker River is at very low flow but fishing is good with no ice or muddy areas. East Walker River is open to catch-and-release fishing all winter.
· Monitor Pass is open.
· The Bishop Creek drainage roads are open and the roads are snow-free, the creek, south and middle forks will be fishable. North Lake and Weir Pond are ice-free and open.
· In the Mammoth Lakes Basin, Twin Lakes are open, no update on Mamie, Mary or George Lakes.
· Rock Creek Lake is 50 percent open and melting. The road is open and all shoreline is accessible.
· In Virginia Lakes, road is still closed due to highway work.
Anglers are reminded that anyone over 16 must have a valid California fishing license in their possession while fishing and that the limit for trout is five fish per day and 10 in possession.
CDFW wildlife officers will be in the area for the opener and enforcing the laws and regulations. On opening weekend last year wardens contacted 3,355 anglers, gave 73 warnings and wrote 91 citations for fishing without a license, catching more than the limit and other Fish and Game Code Violations.
The eastern Sierra trout season officially open at one hour before sunrise on Saturday, April 27. Check the CDFW freshwater fishing regulations for specifics on individual lakes at http://dfg.ca.gov/regulations/FreshFish-Mar2013/