Archive - Aug 21, 2012
Kenneth Alexander Helms Black
Visitors hoping to see some of the oldest living plants on the planet now have a brand-new visitor center to welcome them and introduce them to the Bristlecone Pine Forest.
Inyo National Forest Supervisor Ed Armenta announced last week that the long-anticipated opening of the new Bristlecone Pine Forest Visitor Center has been scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 1.
A grand opening celebration is slated to take place at Schulman Grove with music starting at 1 p.m. and the formal ceremony at 2 p.m.
In response to escalating statistics, Bishop California Highway Patrol will offer several Drive Smart program classes for young adults and senior citizens, free classes which are designed to lower vehicular collision-related injuries and fatalities.
The Lone Pine Memorial Plunge celebrates the end of summer and the installation of a brand-new water slide with free fun, food and floats for the whole family.
âWeâve done this (party) every year for about eight years or so,â swim instructor and pool manager Charles James said.