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It has been a beautiful summer in Big Bear Lake so far, and this weekend will be no exception! High temps will be upper 70’s to 80° with a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms on Friday. Gorgeous!

This weekend brings several special events to the Big Bear Valley, and there really is somethingwaterskier for everyone. In addition to the special events, all of our summer activities are going strong – hiking, biking, lake activities, golf, shopping, and so much more!! Check out the details below and come on up!

If you have never joined us at 6,700′ for summertime fun, come and see what you have been missing! If you have spent time here in the summer before, come on back and see what’s new!! We have lots of sunshine, perfect temperatures and tons of fun all summer long!

Please let RS Vacations provide you with the perfect cabin for your Big Bear Escape. We offer clean, comfortable cabins with the very best amenities and we pride ourselves on EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE! You will not be disappointed! Check out our cabin selection at RSVacations.net. Please call or email us if you have any questions. Book a Big Bear Cabin today!

 

7.19.18
Weather courtesy of BensWeather.com

 

Weekend Events

 

“Rainbow of Flowers” The 77th Annual Big Bear Women’s Club Flower Show at the PAC

Jul 20, 2018 12:00PM – Jul 21, 2018 02:00PM

The 77th Annual Flower Show 2018 hosted by The Woman’s Club of Big Bear Lake on Friday and Saturday, July 20-21 at the Big Bear Lake Performing Arts Center (Hofert Hall).

This year’s show has been named ” Rainbow of Flowers”.

The show is from 12:00pm to 5:00pm on Friday July 20th, and 9:00am to 2:00pm on Saturday July 21st.

This is event is  FREE to participants and spectators.

Location: Big Bear Lake Performing Arts Center at 39707 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Contact: Tel: (909) 584-7662

 

“80’s Night” at the Cave

Jul 20, 2018 | 06:30PM – 11:30PM

“80’s Night at the Cave with Groove Kitty and Atomic Blond

The Cave is a new, intimate music venue in Big Bear that promises to bring you up close and personal with its performers. Doors open at 6:30 pm Concert starts at 7:30pm. Call or visit website for ticket information.

Location: The Cave at 40789 Village Drive, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Contact: Tel: (909) 878-0204 Website: www.thecavebigbear.com

 

Public Star Party and Telescope Clinic at Erwin Lake Park

Jul 20, 2018 | 07:00PM – 11:30PM

Public Star Party and Telescope Clinic at Erwin Lake Park

Have a telescope in your closet that you bought or were given and have no idea how to use it?  Or a telescope that you’ve not used in years and don’t know if all of the parts are there?  Well, the Big Bear Valley Astronomical Society (BBVAS) has the solution.

On July 20, 2018, the BBVAS will be holding a Public Star Party and Telescope Clinic at Erwin Lake Park, 1140 Hatchery Drive, Big Bear City.

Bring your telescope and our experts will check it over and show you how to get the most out of it.  If you don’t have a telescope, come on out and look through ours!… The event will begin at 7pm, weather permitting.  The only requirement is to bring your enthusiasm and questions!

Location: Erwin Lake Park, 1140 Hatchery Drive, Big Bear City.
Contact: Website: http://www.BearValleyAstronomers.org

 

The 16th Annual Xeriscape Garden Tour – Join the Drought Resistance

Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Location: Check-in Emingers Mountain Nursery at 41223 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Contact: Tel: (909) 866-1067 Website: www.sierraclubbigbeargroup.com

 

Big Bear Lake Summer Artwalk Fine Arts Festival in the Village FREE to the Public

Jul 21 & 22, 2018 | 10:00AM – 05:00PM

The Big Bear Summer Artwalk takes place July 21-22 in the heart of the Big Bear Village.

The Artwalk Festival showcases exhibits by regional and local artists selling their works in Oils, Acrylics, Mixed Media, Photography, Ceramics, Glass, Wood, Metal and Jewelry.

Beer, Wine and Food Garden with shaded seating on site as well.

Make plans to visit the Artwalk Festival, meet the Artists and enjoy the weekend supporting the Arts in Beautiful Big Bear Lake, SoCal’s Leisure Travel and Getaway Destination!

Location: Bartlett Events Area in The Village of Big Bear Lake at 630 Bartlett Road, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Contact: Tel: (818) 621-1350 Website: www.westcoastartists.com/events

 

The 17th Annual Big Bear Valley Renaissance Faire in Fawnskin

Jul 21 & 22, 2018 | 10:00AM – 06:00PM

The Big Bear Valley Renaissance Faire takes place July 14-15, 21-22, 28-29 and 4-5, 11-12 at Pederson’s Mill in Fawnskin. Our Faire is a continual day of mirth and merriment, excitement and education. The village streets lead you past crafts, costumes, food, stages, and games. The Enchanted Shire has six stages of ongoing shows performing every half-hour. There is also an arena for the jousts and the Great Square for pirate battles, maypole dances, and other fun!

For complete schedule details please call or visit website

Location: Pederson’s Mill at 39115 Rim of the World Drive in Fawnskin
Contact: Tel: (626) 623-9907 Website: www.bbvrsinc.com

 

Music in the Mountains #2 The Garth Guy (Garth Brooks Tribute) with special guest Vegas McGraw

Jul 21, 2018 | 05:00PM – 10:00PM

Music in the Mountains #2 at the Discovery Center will take place on Saturday July 21st with the Garth Guy  ( Garth Brooks Tribute) and special guest Vegas McGraw.

Here are the headliners and dates for the 2018 season:
#1 July 7: LED ZEPAGAIN with Mountaintop Stings
#2 July 21: THE GARTH GUY with Vegas McGraw
#3 August 4: DSB with Live From Earth
#4  August 18: MIRAGE with Petty and The Heartshakers
#5 September 1: THE LONG RUN (TLR) with Shannon Rae & 100 Proof

Music in the Mountains proceeds will continue to benefit the Mountains Foundation’s six powerful programs that focus on conservation, recreation, and education programs; many benefiting the Big Bear Valley.

Tickets prices represent all five concerts and are available online at MountainsFoundation.org.

Location: Big Bear Discovery Center at 40971 North Shore Drive/ Hwy 38, Fawnskin CA 92333
Contact: Tel:(909) 382-2790 Website: www.mountainsfoundation.org/music-in-the-mountains

 

Movies in the Meadow at Snow Summit: Coco

Jul 21, 2018 | 08:00PM – 11:00PM

Movies in the Meadow Summer Series at Snow Summit

Join us at Snow Summit on select dates for our Movies in the Meadow series and enjoy your favorite movies under the stars for FREE

All screenings are hosted in the Snow Summit base area and feature family-friendly films throughout the year

Admission is FREE with concessions available for purchase at Bighorn Smokehouse. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Folding camping chairs and blankets are permitted. Outside food and beverages are not allowed.

Upcoming screenings:
Saturday, June 16 at 8 p.m. Rango
Saturday, June 30 at 8 p.m. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Saturday, July 7 at 8 p.m. Wonder Woman
Saturday, July 21 at 8 p.m.  Coco
Saturday, August 4 at 7:45 p.m. WALL-E
Saturday, August 11 at 7:45 p.m. A Wrinkle in Time

Click Here for more details

Location: Snow Summit Resort at 880 Summit Blvd
Contact: Tel: (844) GO2 – BEAR Website: https://bit.ly/2qjb13s

 

 

RS Vacations – Summer Special

 

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3 Nights for the Price of 2

 

Beat the Heat in Beautiful Big Bear Lake!!

Visit RSVacations.net to select your Big Bear Cabin and enjoy super savings on your summer getaway. Book today!!

This offer is good for NEW reservations only with stays between 7/18/18 and 8/29/18. Cannot be combined with ANY other offer or discount. Discount will automatically apply for participating properties. Sorry, not available for Lakefront Homes. See full details on our website.

Xeriscape LogoThe 16th annual Xeriscape Garden Tour sponsored by the Sierra Club Big Bear group is set to take place on Saturday, July 21st. Participants can begin the FREE self-guided tour anytime between 9 am and noon starting at Eminger’s Mountain Nursery, located at 41223 Big Bear Blvd. in Big Bear Lake, across the street from the Denny’s Restaurant.  Once registered, participants will have until 4:00 pm to complete the driving tour of the homes in Big Bear Valley.

A tour booklet, which includes the locations of the 8 stops, a map and helpful information on gardening in the mountains, will be handed out at the starting location. Experts will be on hand at each of the homes on the tour to explain the ins and outs of creating a beautiful landscape and conserving water at the same time. Several of the tour sponsors will be on hand at the Eminger’s starting location to answer questions about topics such as composting, tree care and artificial turf. Drought-tolerant plants will be on sale at Eminger’s throughout the day.Xeriscape house

Once again the tour will feature a special FireWise home where the homeowner married defensible space with drought tolerant and native plants. Attendees will be able to pick up information on which native plants should be planted within 15 feet of the home and which should be planted outside a 15 foot circle. You CAN have a beautiful, natural yard and be FireWise, too.

Native plants will also be on sale mid-way through the tour at Hunters Nursery with native plant expert, Orchid Black on hand to answer your questions.   For additional information on the Sierra Club’s Xeriscape Garden Tour contact Christie Walker at 909-547-2237.

Location: Check-in Emingers Mountain Nursery at 41223 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315

Contact: Tel: (909) 547-2237 Website: www.sierraclubbigbeargroup.com

Info from BigBear.com

BigBearXeriscapeWater. The most important element in all of life. No living thing can survive very long without it and yet in many parts of the world, including here in Big Bear, drought is an ongoing concern. As humans, we use water without thought; to wash our bodies, to cook and drink, to clean our clothes, wash our cars, and to irrigate our yards. We take it for granted because it is always there when we turn the faucet. Although we often hear about conservation and water shortages, it is hard to change our habits and believe that the situation is as serious as we are told.

While there are many areas of our lives where we can use water more wisely, one of the best ways to conserve is to change the way we think about our landscaping. Now, I will admit that I love a nice, lush lawn. Grass is beautiful and nice to play on and picnic on, and it certainly has its place in backyards and parks, but I believe that there is a lot of beauty in natural landscaping as well, when done right. I am not talking about just letting the weeds take over your yard. 🙂 There is a way to use native, drought-tolerant plants and materials to create a landscape that is beautiful, interesting and water smart. It is called “Xeriscaping”.

“Xeriscaping was a term coined back in 1970s in Denver, CO, to mean water wise or water efficient landscaping. The term xeriscape is derived from the Greek word xeros, which means dry. Don’t let that mislead you into thinking we’re talking about deserts and cactus or even a drought plagued, barren landscape. Xeriscaping is a method of gardening that involves choosing plants that are appropriate to their site and creating a landscape that can be maintained with little supplemental watering.

Xeriscaping is not a style or category of garden design. It is basically some common sense guides to gardening in harmony with your site and can actually be applied to any type of garden design.” (About.com)

Seven Principles of Xeriscaping

  1. Planning and Design – Have a Plan. Take a look at your garden’s topography, exposure and soil. Don’t try to fight your site. Create planting zones and group your plants by their needs. For example, groups tough, drought tolerant plants in areas exposed to full day sun, give less tolerant plants some partial shade and keep the more delicate or demanding plants for a spot near your water source.
  2. Choose Appropriate Plant Material – You may choose to incorporate a few plants that will need to be coddled, but for the most part, selecting plants that thrive in your area during low water conditions will give you the best results. This often includes native plants that we so often take for granted. The choice of plants will vary by region, even within a single yard. You may also be surprised to see how many plants are considered xeric, once they have established themselves and when properly cared for.
  3. Soil Improvement – The old adage that if you take care of the soil, the soil will take care of the plants, is very true here. The key, as always, is incorporating generous amounts of organic matter. This will improve water penetration and retention in any type of soil. Rich, loose, water holding soil will encourage good root development and lessen the plant’s need for supplemental water. It is best to amend your soil before planting and to regularly use organic mulch, as mentioned in Step 4.
  4. Mulch – Mulching is a naturally occurring process, but as gardeners we tend to want things tidy and we rake away all the leaves and debris that coat and decay into the soil. So we have to bring in more aesthetically pleasing mulch, such as shredded bark and compost.However it gets there, mulch adds a great deal to your garden. It moderates soil temperature, holds moisture, slows erosion and suppresses weeds that would compete with your plants for food and water. It also gradually decomposes and feeds the soil. Apply about 4 inches of mulch at the initial planting and check it each season to see if it needs to be replenished.
  5. Practical and Appropriate Turf Areas – Most of us still want some areas of lawn in our landscape and many of us want way too much lawn. Think about how much water, fertilizer and gasoline it takes to keep your lawn green throughout the summer.Where to place the lawn should be part of your initial design plan, taking into consideration what you plan to use your lawn for. If you are using grass as a ground cover, there are other options that would be less labor and water intensive.Choose an appropriate grass seed for the lawn’s exposure. Different seeds do well in different regions. Kentucky Blue grass is beautiful, but it can also be a water hog where it’s not happy.
  6. Efficient Watering – Not all plants need the same amount of water and those needs may change with the seasons. If you’ve followed the steps above, you have your plants grouped by their water needs, including your lawn, and can water only where it’s needed.Drip irrigation systems are often recommended for efficient watering. These systems allow you to control when and how much water a plant gets and to direct the water only to the plants that need it.Base your watering schedule on the needs of the plants and not on an arbitrary schedule. All plants will require more supplemental watering for the first year or two that they are becoming established. However after they have acclimated and developed a good root system, supplemental watering should become much less frequent.
  7. Appropriate Maintenance – Yes, even a xeriscape garden will require some maintenance. Watering, weeding, pruning, deadheading and sensible pest management will all factor into the quality of your garden.

This coming weekend, our local “Sierra Club” will be hosting its annual Xeriscape Garden Tour of Big Bear Valley. You will get information about Xeriscape Gardening and will tour local yards where it has been put into practice. This event is FREE and I will share the details in tomorrow’s post.

If you are looking for something different to do this weekend, why not join us in Big Bear? The Xeriscape Tour is only one of several special events happening around town and it will give you a chance to get away and beat the heat! Head on over to RS Vacations.net and take advantage of our 3 for 2 special. Book your Big Bear Cabin today!

fireworks1.jpgIndependence Day is just about here and there is no better place in Southern California to celebrate America than beautiful Big Bear Lake! Not only do we have the absolute BEST Fireworks Spectacular, but we have dozens of fun activities and recreation for everyone in the family, top-notch restaurants and bars, and the weather this week will be PERFECT!

RS Vacations.net has a few clean and comfy cabins left for groups of all sizes. Check out what we have available and book today before they are all gone!

Here are just some of the fun things going on in Big Bear this week:

 

Ted Nugent at the Cave

Jul 02, 2018 | 06:30PM – 11:30PM

Ted Nugent has carved a permanent place in rock & roll history as the ultimate guitar-shredding showman, selling more than 40 million albums, performing over 6,500 high-octane live shows,and continuing to set attendance records at venues around the globe.

The Cave is a new, intimate music venue in Big Bear that promises to bring you up close and personal with its performers.

Doors open at 6:30pm; Opening Act starts at 7:30pm Headliner at 9:00 pm. Call or visit website for ticket information.

Location: The Cave at 40789 Village Drive, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Contact: Tel: (909) 878-0204

 

4th of July Fun Run at Meadow Park

Jul 04, 2018 | 09:00AM – 12:00PM

Kick off the 4th of July holiday with a fun run at Meadow Park, a great place on the lake to reserve your spot for the evening fireworks! A fun event for the entire family. Kids (and strollers!) welcomed. Choose from 3 distances – 5K, 10K, 15K.  ?

The inaugural 4th of July Fun Run supports Run Far, a non-profit organization providing educational scholarships to children of fallen service members due by PTSD.

All participants will receive a custom event t-shirt and finisher medal.

Fast, flat, scenic course.

Register early and save!   CLICK HERE

Location: Meadow Park at 41220 Park Avenue, Big Bear Lake CA 92315
Contact: Website: www.runbigbear.com

 

Independence Day Fair at the Big Bear Lake Convention Center

Jul 04, 2018 | 10:00AM – 05:00PM

Visitors to Big Bear Lake this July 4th holiday will enjoy an action packed holiday for the entire family. The 24th annual Big Bear Lake Independence Day Fair provides a fun-filled outing under the pines. Visitors will be able to enjoy shopping, activities for the little ones, and live entertainment in the high altitude beer garden.

Location: Big Bear Convention Center at 42900 Big Bear Blvd.
Contact: Tel: (909) 585-3000 Website www.bigbearevents.com

 

4th of July at Bear Valley Farms

Jul 04, 2018 | 11:00AM – 03:00PM

We’re celebrating Independence Day by opening to the public and sharing our 30-acre working farm- and all the fun it has to offer- with all of you.

In addition to our regular Saturday openings, we’ll be open Sunday 7/1, Monday 7/2, Friday 7/6, Sunday, 7/8 and of course on Wednesday July 4th.

On the Fourth of July, we’ll turn up the fun with watermelon eating contests, sack races, and more.You and the kids will enjoy our petting zoo complete with goats, baby goats, pigs, baby pigs, alpacas, chickens, rabbits, and miniature burro.

Our game zone is epic with bounce house, roping, giant legos and jenga, huge checkerboards, and more. Kids 3 and up can be led around the arena on a full-sized, beautiful horse. And, our hay rides take you all around the property with fantastic views and a chance to learn a little more about the area.Your admission includes all the fun! Discounts for groups of four or more!

KIDS 2 AND UNDER ARE ALWAYS FREE.

Location: Bear Valley Farms at 1601 E Big Bear Blvd. Big Bear City, CA 92314
Contact: Tel: (909) 547- 5424 Website: www.bearvalleyfarms.com

 

Annual Rotary Club Big Bear Lake Fourth Of July BBQ

Jul 04, 2018 | 12:00PM – 10:00PM

Big Bear Fourth of July Fireworks BBQ
The Annual Rotary Club Big Bear Lake Fourth of July Lakefront Fireworks and Barbeque at the Marina Resort on Big Bear Blvd. Open seating as well as reserved seating and meals with DJ and kids games before the fireworks Start. Fireworks display runs from 8:45 PM – 9:15 PM.

For more information please call the Big Bear Visitors Bureau at (800) 424-4232.

No Ice Chests, No Alcohol, No Pets

Location: Marina Resort at 40770 Big Bear Blvd
Contact: Tel: (800) 424-4232

 

Above The Boom – 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular at 8,200 Feet!

Jul 04, 2018 | 05:00PM – 10:00PM

A memorable Fourth of July party with Above the Boom at the top of Snow Summit. The adventure begins with a ride on our Scenic Sky Chair through the San Bernardino National Forest to the top of the mountain (elev. 8,200 feet), and continues with family-friendly entertainment and panoramic views of the Big Bear Fireworks Spectacular.

$50 – Adults/Youths/Seniors (13 & up)
$30 – Children 5-12
$15 – Kids 4 & under

TO PURCHASE TICKETS TODAY, CALL 844.GO2.BEAR or CLICK here.

Ticket includes:  ·
Southern-style BBQ dinner at the top of the mountain ·
Complimentary glass of champagne for adults (21+) ·
Live performances TBD ·
Panoramic views of the Fireworks Spectacular Show ·
Free bounce houses, a face painting, balloon artist, and hot chocolate for kids

Please call or visit website for complete details

Location: Snow Summit Resort at 880 Summit Blvd – Hog on the Rocks at the Top
Contact: Tel: 1 (844) GO2.BEAR

 

Big Bear 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular

Jul 04, 2018 | 08:45PM – 10:00PM

Come attend the biggest 4th of July fireworks display in Southern California on Tuesday July 4th.  The fireworks are shot off from a barge on the Lake directly off of Pine Knot Landing.  Fireworks begin between 8:45-9:15pm. Viewable from any of our public parks or the best spot, from a boat on the Lake. Make sure to bring a jacket or blanket because it can get cold.

For more details please call the Big Bear Visitors Bureau at (800) 424-4232

Location: Big Bear Lake at Pine Knot Landing
Contact: Tel: (800) 424-4232

 

 

 

We are enjoying beautiful, clear skies and perfect temps this week here in Big Bear Lake and are expecting more of the same for the coming week. This is the perfect time to beat the heat and escape the city! We have quite a few events going on this weekend plus mountain biking, hiking, boating, kayaking, fishing, and so much more!! Come on up and experience a perfect weekend getaway.

Head on over to RSVacations.net and check out our wide selection of well-equipped, clean and cozy cabins. We have all sizes available and have some great specials going on right now on top of low, spring rates. Book your Big Bear Cabin today!

 

6.7.18Weather courtesy of BensWeather.com

 

Fishin’ for $50K Trout Derby

Jun 09 – 10, 2018 | 06:00AM – 02:00PM

June 9 & 10, 2018 are the dates to save because the Fishin’ for $50K Trout Tournament is back! Grab your family and friends and get out on the lake for a chance to win up to $50,000 with 5 tagged fish worth $10,000 and more.

Location: Registration at 630 Bartlett Road.
Contact: Tel: (800) 424-4232 Website: www.bigbear.com

 

The Village Summer Wine Walk

Jun 09, 2018 | 03:30PM – 07:00PM

The Village Business Association (VBA) of Big Bear Lake will host their annual Summer Wine Walk on Saturday, June 9, 2018 from 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm in the downtown Big Bear Lake Village shopping district.

Location: Registration and Day of Ticket Sales at the Corner of Pine Knot & Village Drive in the The Village of Big Bear Lake

Contact: Tel: (909) 878-4747 Website: www.villagewinewalk.com

 

Glow Golf at Bear Mountain Golf Course

Bear Mountain Golf Course is lighting up the night with glow golf tournaments – with light-up golf balls and course features – on select dates throughout the summer for just $59 per person. Registration includes green and cart fees, one (1) glow ball, and dinner, but spaces are limited, so sign-up today and get ready to play a round under the stars.

 

BEAT THE HEAT AT BIG BEAR’S COOL WATER SLIDE

Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain provides a great way for families to cool off this summer with its double water slide. Choose from a single ride to a 10-ride booklet to an all-day unlimited water slide pass. Better yet, if you plan to visit Big Bear for multiple days this summer, be sure to get the kids a season pass, which is good from June 9th through Labor Day Weekend. In addition to the water slide, Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain offers other activities you can enjoy, including Southern California’s only bobsled experience, fun go-karts, and putt-putt golf. Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain is located at 800 Wildrose Ln. For more information visit AlpineSlideBigBear.com or call 909-866-4626.

Whether you have already made plans to come to Big Bear Lake this Memorial Day Weekend or you haven’t decided yet, check out the special events going on this weekend! We have something for everyone to do and we have clear skies and pleasant temps!

If you haven’t yet booked a cabin for the weekend, be sure to head over to RSVacations.net and take advantage of our 3 Nights for the Price of 2 special. It will automatically apply at booking! We only have a few houses left, so be sure to book today!!

Memorial Weekend Grill & Chill

The Big Bear Lake “Grill and Chill” starts cookin’ Memorial Weekend from 11:00am to 7:00pm in the Big Bear Lake Village. Admission is FREE. This sanctioned Kansas City BBQ state championship will feature 32+ cooking teams competing for $10,000 prize purse. Public can purchase samples or full portions while enjoying live music, beer/wine garden along with a vendor showcase featuring food and artisan merchandise.  Kids can play at the Bear Valley Farm area enjoying a petting zoo, games, crafts and more!

 

Opening Day Summit Bike Park – May 25

As the premier MTB destination in Southern California, Snow Summit has a diverse mix of trails and terrain for riders of all ages and ability levels, including a gravity fed park with lift-served access to six trails and a Skill Builder Park with pump tracks, jump line, and pro line. Riders can also explore 60+ miles of cross-country trails that are directly accessible from the Summit base and mountaintop areas.

 

1st Annual Maifest at Wyatt’s – May 25

Wyatt’s Celebrates Maifest! Live music begins at 2 pm.  Celebrations include traditional German games and contests, German Beer and Fare. The Kalifornia Krauts join us on stage in the Evening! Wear your Dirndl or Lederhosen and get your steins ready!!

 

 

Art on the Corner in the Village – May 26 to May 27

Art on the Corner is in the Heart of Big Bear Village. Fine Art and Craftsmanship will be features in a variety of mediums. Enjoy a glass of beer or wine, enjoy the music and browse the wonderful artwork. Proceeds to benefit the Bear Valley Guild for the Arts and the Open Sky Music Foundation. FREE for all to attend.

 

Memorial Day Show & Shine Car Show & Pinewood Derby –  May 27

The Antique Car Club’s Show & Shine and Pinewood Derby offers Fun for the Car Enthusiast and the whole family!  Classic Antique Cars and Pinewood Derby Races with the kids! FREE for all to attend!

 

 

Barrel 33 New Wine Room

Barrel 33 provides an elegant and inviting environment for everyone to come together and share their love of wine. The most in demand attraction is the new wine bar featuring favorite California wines. You’ll feel comfortable in the warm, cozy atmosphere while you browse! All are welcomed, even pups!