Will you be at work â€“ repairing cars, patrolling local streets, preparing meals, selling supplies, landscaping yards, entering data into computers?
Will you be at home â€“ cleaning out the garage, mowing the lawn, relaxing on the couch, playing in the pool, doing never-ending loads of laundry, reading in the hammock, painting the fence out back?
Will you be on the road â€“ en route to a concert, a family reunion, a mother-daughter shopping trip or father-son camping/ffishing adventure, a doctorâ€™s appointment, a rendezvous with a long-lost friend?
The multi-faceted Warren Street Improvement Project has an ongoing sidewalk art section which, if all goes according to plan, will be a continuous flow of related themes that celebrate the Eastern Sierra, past and present.
Artist Charles Milligan is working with the Warren project collaborators, Andy Holmes, owner of Triad/Holmes Associates and Matt Schober, Triadâ€™s Warren Street engineer. â€śWeâ€™re doing a narrative for the street, a flow system for all six blocks, that incorporates many themes.â€ť
Local leaders are preparing to help fund fall activities for local residents and visitors through the bi-annual Community Project Sponsorship Program grant.
Inyo County is accepting grant applications from non-profit organizations planning programs, projects or events taking place from mid-August to Nov. 11, 2013. Applications are due at the end of this month.
The county has $20,000 worth of grant funding available in this cycle.
The Big Pine Paiute Tribe of the Owens Valleyâ€™s newly-awarded sustainable food system grant is already sprouting a demonstration garden, farmers market and seed bank as well as fortifying a tool-lending shed and community garden greenhouse.