Eastern Sierra History Conference set for Oct. 27-29 at Mammoth Lakes
MAMMOTH LAKES, Calif. — The Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association (ESIA) will host the second annual Eastern Sierra History Conference on Oct. 27-29, in Mammoth Lakes at the Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Laboratory Page Center.
The conference will feature presentations from local and other historians about people, culture and traditions of the Eastern Sierra region. Field trips and tours highlighting Eastern Sierra cultural and historical sites will be available on Sunday, Oct. 29, for conference attendees. At Saturday’s dinner, meet and interact with many local Eastern Sierra authors and historians.
Cost for the conference is $90, seniors $75 and students $20, including the dinner. Single day charges will be $45 for Friday and $65 for Saturday. Field trips may have a small additional charge.
The ESIA operates outstanding bookstores, cooperates with public land management partners to operate successful visitor centers, and provides high quality interpretive programs, exhibits and publications throughout the Eastern Sierra. Visit esiaonline.com to learn more.
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