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3rd Annual
Alabama Hills Day
Saturday, April 12th
Press Release:

Come celebrate the 3rd Annual “Alabama Hills Day” on Saturday, April 12th from 9am to 3pm in Lone Pine, CA. The purpose of the event is to celebrate this scenic landscape and educate the public about the wide variety of groups/activities that access & interact with the Alabama’s.

 

Over forty different sponsors/exhibitors will be lending their support for the Alabama Hills at “The Building” - Convention Center at 325 South Main Street, Lone Pine, CA. The Lone Pine Museum of Film History will also host a variety of exhibits, films and lectures for the general public to enjoy and be educated about this fantastic natural landscape. Various field trips and a stewardship event will also be taking place in the Alabama Hills themselves. 

KIBS radio will be on-hand from 10 am until noon to do a live remote broadcast and interview people that are passionate about the Alabama Hills! Food and live entertainment will also be provided.

Museum Theater Event Schedule
9:00 AM Movie History Discussion - Chris Langley
10:00 AM  Photography Presentation
11:00  Alabama Hills - Classic TV & Commercials - Bob Sigman
12:00 Alabama Hills Stewardship Group - Kevin Mazzu
1:00 PM Paiute Shoshone Cultural Resources  - Kathy Bancroft/Ray Hunter
2:00 PM Climbing in the Eastern Sierra - Myles Moser & Amy Ness
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The Alabama Hills Stewardship Group, Inc. would like to invite the public to participate in this special event. Adults and children are welcome and attendance is free! Bring your family and friends and come out to show your support for the Alabama Hills and enjoy a unique learning experience!

The AHSG, Inc. is committed to the stewardship of the Alabama Hills and partnering with the BLM to protect the jaw-dropping beauty of this semi-primitive landscape with continued access for such diverse groups as hikers, motorists, photographers, rock climbers, campers and fisherman as well as allowing important economic activities like commercial filming, cattle grazing and hunting to continue. Balancing all these needs is what makes the Alabama Hills so special to so many people and necessitates its protection. 

 

So please join the Alabama Hills Stewardship Group and all our stakeholders in supporting the future of this fantastic landscape by participating in the 3rd Annual “Alabama Hills Day” on Saturday, April 12th, 2014!

 

For more information please call:

 

                    Chris Langley – AHSG, Inc. President
Kevin Mazzu – AHSG, Inc. Vice-President
 (760) 937-1189 /  (760) 784-5494

         Or go on-line at:

           alabamahillsstewardshipgroup.org

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Press Release:

 “Alabama Hills Day” shaping up to be bigger and better!

 Saturday, April 12th, 2014

 

Co-sponsored by the Alabama Hills Stewardship Group, Inc.

& the Bureau of Land Management – Bishop Field Office

In partnership with the Lone Pine Film History Museum

 Come celebrate the 3rd Annual “Alabama Hills Day” on Saturday, April 12th from 9am to 3pm in Lone Pine, CA. The purpose of the event is to celebrate this scenic landscape and educate the public about the wide variety of groups/activities that access & interact with the Alabama’s. 
 

Thirty-five different exhibitors will be lending their support for the scenic Alabama Hills at“The Building” - Convention Center at 325 South Main Street, Lone Pine, CA. The Lone Pine Film History Museum will also host a variety of exhibits, films and lectures for the general public to enjoy and be educated about this fantastic natural landscape. Various field trips and a stewardship event will also take place in the Alabama Hills themselves: Take a helicopter flight; ride your mountain bike; rock climb; join a geology, photo, natural history, birding, movie or native plant tour; learn to map read and gold mine; join in to help with a trail restoration project or just take a hike!
 

KIBS radio will be on-hand from 10 am until noon to do a live remote broadcast, MC’ed by Richard Reel who will interview people that are passionate about the Alabama Hills! ‘Smokey Bear’ will make an appearance as well as some special ‘critters’ from Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care! 
 

The Alabama Hills Stewardship Group, Inc. would like to invite the public to participate in this special event. Adults and children are welcome and attendance is free! Bring your family and friends and come out to show your support for the Alabama Hills and enjoy a unique learning experience!
 

The AHSG, Inc. is committed to the stewardship of the Alabama Hills and partnering with the BLM to protect the jaw-dropping beauty of this semi-primitive landscape with continued access for such diverse groups as hikers, motorists, photographers, rock climbers, campers and fisherman as well as allowing important economic activities like commercial filming, cattle grazing and hunting to continue. Balancing all these needs is what makes the Alabama Hills so special to so many people and necessitates its protection. 

 

Please join the Alabama Hills Stewardship Group and all our stakeholders in supporting the future of this fantastic landscape by participating in our 3rd Annual “Alabama Hills Day” on Saturday, April 12th, 2014!

For more information please call: 

Chris Langley – AHSG, Inc. President                        (760) 937-1189

Kevin Mazzu – AHSG, Inc. Vice-President                 (760) 784-5494

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Contact Info

The Museum of Western Film History
701 S. Main Street
Lone Pine, CA 93545
760-876-9909