Author: Caroline Quintanilla

Old Miners Parade to be held on the National Day of the Cowboy

Big Bear, Ca July 18, 2011 8:00 am – Big Bear’s Old Miners Parade is set to travel through the Village and along Big Bear Blvd on Saturday, July 23.  Happily, this date coincides with the 7th annual National Day of the Cowboy, a day set aside to celebrate and honor cowboy heritage.  Recently California adopted SCR 48, a resolution introduced by Senator Jean Fuller (R-District 18), to add California to the growing list of states observing a day of celebration of cowboys.  As Big Bear’s history is rich in cowboy lore and this year’s parade theme is “Respecting our Past, Protecting our Future, “ the fact that the two events coincide allows Big Bear to include celebrating our cowboy past as part of the festivities.  Also set for Saturday’s Old Miners’ Association list of events is a Parade Breakfast, the Outhouse Race, and the History Alive!...

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Big Bear Rave Canceled

Big Bear, Ca July 15, 2011 5:00 pm – The summer rave concert that raised the concerns of parents and other local residents has been cancelled, according to the promoter’s page on Facebook.  Evollove, a new concert production company based in Big Bear City posted on Facebook on July 14 at approximately 7:00 pm, “I regret to inform you taht [sic] Summer Bear Beats has been shut down by Big Bear Sheriff Department. This is not the end of evollove Productions.”  On July 15 at 3:00 pm, Evollove posted that there would be a Hip Hop Show at Diamond Lil’s on August 27.  The production company’s information listed is limited to a post office box in Big Bear City.  No phone, email, or website contacts are included.  Currently only 17 people have subscribed to the...

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Music for Forest Restoration at Discovery Center

 Big Bear, Ca July 15, 2011 3:00 pm – The tribute band acclaimed as “the next best thing” to seeing the superstar rock group Journey, Don’t Stop Believin’ is bringing their music to the Big Bear Discovery Center Saturday night.  The concert is a fundraiser for the National Forest Association’s programs for forest restoration and youth volunteer programs, and is number two in a series of four events co-produced by the NFA and The Tim Wood Group of Coldwell Banker.  The Discovery Center will use the proceeds from the music events for a 3-year forest restoration project led by youth volunteers.  The program particularly needs funds to provide reliable transportation for the youth.  Tickets for the concerts are available online at nationalforestassociation.org and when not sold out, at the gate.  Tomorrow, the amphitheater gates open at 5:30 pm with the music to start at 7:00.  Tickets are $22 for adults and $10 for teens.  Children ages 12 and under are always admitted...

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Carmegeddon Solution: Big Bear

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Fire District Board Updated on Firewise Programs

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