Category: Big Bear Events

Antique and Classic Boat Show

B’s Backyard BarBQ hosts the Antique and Classic Boat Society of Southern California, who will be displaying 30+ classic (including wooden) boats. The Big Bear Lake Antique Car Club will also have classic autos on display. B’s is located lakeside on Alden Road, just off Big Bear Boulevard in Big Bear Lake; more info call 866-5400. No admission...

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Big Bear Cowboy Gathering

This annual event, held at the City of Big Bear Lake’s Performing Arts Center, includes musicians, authors, storytellers and poets, as well as vendors. Additional charge for Friday evening concert featuring Belinda Gail and Curly Musgrave, and Saturday evening concert featuring Dennis Gaines, Cross Town Cowboys and Dave Stamey. For more info on Cowboy Gathering, call...

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Art of Adventure Travel at DC

Forty-year Big Bear resident Scott Hoffman presents a photographic tour of the world in The Art of Adventure Travel II, to include photos and video from the Himalayas, Africa, China, Siberia, Patagonia, Europe and North America, and a look at adventure sports in the Big Bear Valley. Presentation held at the outdoor amphitheater of the Big Bear Discovery Center. Admission $5; children 5 and under...

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Native American Arts Festival at the Zoo

Friends of the Moonridge Zoo present the 5th annual Native American Arts Festival at the Moonridge Animal Park on Goldmine Drive. The festival includes Native American food and flute music, presentations on how Native American crafts are made, and a chance for children to make arts and crafts of their own. Ticket prices are $9 for ages 11-59, and $6 for children ages 3-10 and seniors 60 and older, with children under 3 free. For more info visit the Park’s...

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Forest Festival at Barton Flats

The San Gorgonio Wilderness Association and Front Country Ranger District host the Forest Festival at the  Barton Flats Visitor Center, off Highway 38 east of Angelus Oaks. The event includes a rock climbing wall, OHV volunteers, local artists, crafts, cross-cut saws, crafts, the Moonridge Animal Park, the American Red Cross, gold panning and more. For more info call...

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