The Mammoth Community Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit foundation of the Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Town of Mammoth Lakes, is seeking donations for the 2017 Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular at Crowley Lake.
The Independence Day fireworks show promises to be a bright and striking display of color in the Eastern Sierra night sky. At this year’s show, over 737 shells will be propelled into the Eastern Sierra sky for a mesmerizing 20 minutes beginning at approximately 9:15 p.m. (weather permitting). Since incorporating in 1984, the Town of Mammoth Lakes has been celebrating Independence Day with a spectacular fireworks show. The Town contracts Pyro Spectaculars by Souza to light up the sky above Crowley Lake. Souza is well known for doing some of the largest and most spectacular fireworks displays in the world.
Funding for this year’s Fourth of July show has been generously donated by Mono County Community Services Area 1, L.D.C., and from the Town’s general fund, but additional funds are still needed to produce this spectacular event – please consider donating to the Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular.
The Chamber of Commerce strongly believes that the annual Fourth of July fireworks display is an important entertainment event for both visitors and residents. Help us make this year’s celebration one to remember!
The Mammoth Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization, making your contribution tax deductible. The Federal ID Number for The Mammoth Community Foundation is 77-0549615. Mail your donations to:
Mammoth Community Foundation
P.O. Box 3268
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Or drop by the office at:
2520 Main Street
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
(Mammoth Lakes Tourism/Chamber office)
Thank you for your support!
Ken Brengle, Executive Director
Jessica Kennedy, Assistant Director
Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce
The Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce hosts the annual 4th of July Parade. Check out photos from the 2017 parade and 2016 parade to get inspired for next year.
The 4th of July Parade is a great way to promote your business, organization, special event or cause. Space is limited each year to the first 50 floats/groups to sign up. The participation fee for non-Chamber members is $35; non-profits and members of the Chamber can participate for free.
Read through the parade participant instructions to prepare for the parade. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Everyone is invited to watch the 4th of July Parade through town on July 4. The parade starts at 11 a.m. and ends around 1 p.m. The route starts at Chateau and Old Mammoth Road and goes to Azimuth and Main Street. Participants are allowed to give out candy but it cannot be thrown to spectators. Wear your best patriotic outfits and bring your camp chairs to enjoy the parade of floats through town. Attendance is free for all.
Check out what other activities happened during the holiday weekend in Mammoth Lakes. The 4th of July fireworks show at Crowley Lake was held on Tuesday, July 4 at 9:15 pm. The Village at Mammoth presented a fireworks show on Monday, July 3 at 9 pm.
The Town of Mammoth Lakes and the Chamber of Commerce welcome new businesses to our area. We are committed to the support and growth of our local business community. See the Town’s website for more detailed information.
The Chamber’s staff members are always available to answer questions you may have. Give us a call at (760) 934-2712.
Do you have an inspirational, fun, heartwarming or unbelievable story about Mammoth Lakes and the Eastern Sierra? A great adventure you’d like to share?
Mammoth Lakes Tourism would love to hear from you. They’re currently collecting stories about the region that can be shared to inspire travelers and promote the destination.
No tale is too little or too incredible to tell; from a favorite walk around a lake to an epic backcountry trek. They’d love to hear any story that provides a glimpse into your personal connection with the region—an unforgettable moment that filled your spirit and left you in awe.
Some subjects they’re in need of, but are not limiting stories to, are:
- Summer Activities
- Fall Activities
- Kids stories
You can see a sampling of stories they’ve collected previously on their website here: http://www.visitmammoth.com/landing/no-small-adventure/
Please contact Mammoth Lakes Tourism at email@example.com to tell them a little about yourself and your story.
Sorry, this application form is now closed. We have reached our maximum number of floats for the 2016 parade. If you’re dying to be in the parade and have a good excuse, email firstname.lastname@example.org to see if there’s any way to squeeze you in. Thanks! See you on the 4th!
Take advantage of this Chamber-sponsored, regionally-advertised event to move inventory, spotlight specials and drive traffic to your business. The town-wide sale is held three times a year on high-visitation weekends: Memorial Day weekend, 4th of July weekend and Labor Day weekend.
Businesses with an approved Mammoth Lakes business license are permitted to display and sell their merchandise outdoors during the duration of the event.
Displays must not exceed 400 square feet and must not be located in public right-of-way or interfere with emergency vehicle or pedestrian access. Displays must conform to the applicable building height and setback requirements and are limited to daylight hours. Displays are limited to one sign not exceeding 20 square feet. Businesses are allowed one day for set up of display and one day to remove display.
For any questions, contact Craig at email@example.com or 760-934-2712.
Mammoth Lakes Noon Rotary is a service club that has provided support to this community since 1982. The club theme is ‘Service Above Self’ and it meets every Thursday to honor and celebrate the work of community members.
The club’s primary goal is to support the community as they attempt to rotate club lunch meetings (held each Thursday at noon for an hour) on an annual basis. As they begin to plan for the 2016-2017 year, they are once again inviting local restaurants to submit a proposal to the club about their ability to host club luncheons over this next year.
Club attendance averages 20 members throughout the year and swells in the summer to almost 40. There is a need for a private room if possible, technology support for presentations such as a wall-mounted television, appropriate parking and a well-balanced, nutritious menu for a reasonable price.
Please send a short outline of your proposal to Rich Boccia by May 20th to allow the committee time to review the proposals, meet with vendors and make a recommendation to the Mammoth Lakes Noon Rotary Club Board at their June 2, 2016 meeting. The first meeting on the property would be July 7, 2016 at noon.