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2018

 
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September 2018
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September 1-3

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.

More About Outside on the Eastside

Outside on the Eastside is a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation. From Labor Day weekend until the first snow, visitors will find a variety of activities and events that capture the essence of autumn. The season is packed with events for everyone to discover from bike rides, theatre performances, a kite festival, classical music and art festivals.
Phone: 760-914-2909
Web site: monoarts.org/labor-day-festival-of-the-arts-and-music/

     
 
September 2

Summer Sunset Party
Ride the Panorama Gondola to the top of the Sierra at dusk to watch the sun set over the Minarets. The top of the mountain will be buzzing with indoor and outdoor fun, including a DJ spinning tunes, plus food and drink concessions.

The July 6 party coincides with the Summer Ezakimak Challenge! Cheer on and celebrate with the 11,053' racers as they finish the uphill 5K race.
Web site: www.mammothmountain.com/winter/things-to-do/events-calendar

     
 
September 3-November 15

Ambush at the Lake - Fall Fishing Derby
As part of Outside on the Eastside - a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation  fish among the fall colors at the Ambush at the Lake fishing derby. A $15 entry fee includes a commemorative pin and a chance to win. Competition runs sunrise to sunset, and all fish caught 14 inches or longer are eligible to be registered. Each person with a registered fish will be entered into the prize drawing for the derby entered. Prize winners will be posted within 30 days of the last day of the derby.

More About Outside on the Eastside

Outside on the Eastside is a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation. From Labor Day weekend until the first snow, visitors will find a variety of activities and events that capture the essence of autumn. The season is packed with events for everyone to discover from bike rides, theatre performances, a kite festival, classical music and art festivals.
Phone: 800-992-2260
Web site: www.convictlake.com/

     
 
September 7-9

Graniteman Challenge
As part of Outside on the Eastside - a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation  challenge yourself to the Graniteman! Swim 2.4 miles in June Lake on Friday, bike the Gran Fondo 102-mile race on Saturday, and run the 12.4 mile Tioga Pass Run on Sunday to be dubbed a Graniteman.

More About Outside on the Eastside

Outside on the Eastside is a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation. From Labor Day weekend until the first snow, visitors will find a variety of activities and events that capture the essence of autumn. The season is packed with events for everyone to discover from bike rides, theatre performances, a kite festival, classical music and art festivals.
Phone: 760-717-0176
Web site: highsierratri.org/graniteman/

     
 
September 8

Mammoth Gran Fondo
As part of Outside on the Eastside - a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation  the Mammoth Gran Fondo is a top-level cycling event in an amazing landscape.
Phone: 760-914-0301
Web site: www.fallcentury.org/

     
 
September 9

Tioga Pass Run
As part of Outside on the Eastside - a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation  join the camaraderie of the Tioga Pass Run (road leading into Yosemite National Park): 3,200 feet of elevation gain over a 12.4-mile-long course along the shoulder of one of the most scenic highways in the country.

More About Outside on the Eastside

Outside on the Eastside is a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation. From Labor Day weekend until the first snow, visitors will find a variety of activities and events that capture the essence of autumn. The season is packed with events for everyone to discover from bike rides, theatre performances, a kite festival, classical music and art festivals.
Phone: 760-647-6595
Web site: www.monolake.org/visit/tiogapassrun

     
 
September 15

Mammoth Storytelling Festival
The Mammoth Museum at Hayden Cabin presents the Mammoth Storytelling Festival, transporting its audience to a less hectic time.... a time when families sat together and enjoyed spoken entertainment for all ages. A time when yarns from the past were as fun as Pokémon Go. With the Sherwin Range towering in the distance, this event at the "Temple of Folly" tent on the museum grounds will present tall tales and music next to quaking autumn aspens.

The event is sponsored by the Southern Mono Historical Society (operators of the Mammoth Museum), so there will an historical spin. This all-ages festival begins at noon on September 24 and will continue until 4 pm. A group of talented local storytellers have volunteered to share their unique tales. Requested donation is $10 per adult ($5 per child) and there will be a break for sweet treats and a musical interlude around 2 pm.

Parking is limited at the museum, so guests are encouraged to enter on foot from the north by crossing the bridge over Mammoth Creek from the Town Loop multi-use trail at Mammoth Creek Park East.
Phone: 760-934-6918
Web site: mammothmuseum.org/

     
 
September 21-22

Mammoth Oktoberfest
Mammoth Oktoberfest is a family-friendly event that offers three days of music by Bayern Maiden, authentic Bavarian cuisine, games and fun for all while celebrating the beginning of the Fall Harvest. It's free for everyone!
Phone: 760-224-4887
Web site: mammothoktoberfest.com/

     
 
September 21-23

Mammoth Kamikaze Bike Games
As part of Outside on the Eastside - a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation  the Kamikaze Bike Games is a multi-disciplined bike event that offers off-road fun for all ability levels with live music, an expo, kids races and more.

More About Outside on the Eastside

Outside on the Eastside is a colorful fall celebration of arts, culture and recreation. From Labor Day weekend until the first snow, visitors will find a variety of activities and events that capture the essence of autumn. The season is packed with events for everyone to discover from bike rides, theatre performances, a kite festival, classical music and art festivals.
Phone: 760-934-0639
Web site: www.kamikazebikegames.com/

     
 
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