JULY 4TH IN THE EASTERN SIERRA: Event Schedules For Tehachapi And Bishop. City of Ridgecrest and Kernville To Celebrate National Roadrunner Day on July 1st!

June 21, 2023

Ridgecrest California

Residents of the Indian Wells Valley can look forward to an AI surveillance-free trip to Bishop during the upcoming four day holiday celebration period. The City of Tehachapi joins the City of Bishop in celebration of Independence Day, while the City of Ridgecrest and the Kern River Chamber of Commerce are celebrating National Roadrunner Day on July 1st.

If you can afford the gas, we recommend Bishop or anywhere in Inyo County for a great weekend. Our Second choice would be the Kern River Valley. There are plenty of campgrounds with plenty of open spaces too.

July 1st is a Saturday and we’re thrilled because that’s National Roadrunner Day! That means we can be fishing, rafting, boating and drinking anything but Bud Light while we celebrate our freedom for three whole days then end it with a bang and tacos on July 4th! Then it’s back to slavedom and writing shit about the City of Ridgecrest and Mayor Eric Bruen. It’ll be just like the good ole’ days for at least one more year. Who knows what next year will bring…

In the meantime, please have a happy and safe Roadrunner Freedom Month as we finally get to say goodbye to the New World Order’s rainbow flag for a few weeks while we celebrate the Declaration of Independence, the Flag of the United States of America and some firworks on the 4th of July.

The City of Bishop wins our 2023 Award for “The Most Patriotic City” in the Eastern Sierra region of California.

Publisher’s note: We’ll begin listing cities in our annual July 4th Police-State Surveillance Index as the collapse of the “nation-state” of California continues unabated. Enhancements to the Index will likely include crime statistics and the number of officers per 1000 people as important measures of freedom and patriotism in California cities.

Police-State Surveillance IndexJuly 4thAI SurveillanceLicense Plate ReadersArmored Bearcat
City of Ridgecrest*NoYes – PendingYes – PendingYes – Pending
City of Tehachapi*YesYesNoNo
City of BishopYesNoNoNo
Municipal Police-State Grading Index *Bold = disqualified for consideration as an All-American City
Police Bearcat

July 4th in Bishop: Fish, Swim, Eat and Drink

Tehachapi Schedule of Events–Tuesday, July 4, 2023

  • 7:00 a.m. 5K begins – Steven A Shy Building “Scout Hut” on C Street in Central Park
  • 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Ed Grimes Memorial Pancake Breakfast ($8 tickets)
  • 9:00 am Craft booths open
  • 11:30 a.m.- Averee Napier on Stage
  • 11:30 a.m.-Kid’s Parade Starts at City Hall (no registration required, please be staged by 10:30 AM)
  • 12 p.m. Mayor’s Welcome, Sponsor Comments, Kid’s pledge of allegiance and National Anthem. 
  • 11 AM-4PM- Food Booths Open, Wall of Valor by American Legion. Beer Garden. 
  • Live Music: 12:15 to 12:45- Averee Napier
  • Live Music: 1 PM to 2 PM- Tom Carlson
  • Live Music:   2:15 PM to 4 PM- Salt River Boys
  • 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. “Bad Bulls” at the Rodeo Grounds
  • 9:00 p.m. Fireworks Spectacular Tehachapi Municipal Airport

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