Community Calendar for February’s First Week, as of Monday

Recent road conditions and the threat of more winter weather later in the week have prompted more cancellations in coming days.
For starters, the Big Bear Valley Historical Society will not be holding their general meeting on Tuesday, February 2 at the Big Bear Discovery Center; no follow-up date has yet been announced by the Historical Society.
The Civil Air Patrol was to hold a spaghetti dinner on Saturday, February 6, but this will be rescheduled as there is not enough parking at the facility (due to snow) at this time. Those with questions on the CAP fundraising event can call Jim Gundred at 584-9195.
We will bring you more notices as they are made available to KBHR.
In the meantime, some activities are still a go this week.
Among those, the parenting support group Common Ground will this evening present the first in a five-series workshop for adults on “rethinking how we parent our tweens and teens.” This evening’s free workshop begins at 6:30pm at Community Church by the Lake, and will address Empathy vs. Anger. To reserve your space for tonight’s Common Ground class for parents, call 801-1766.
The Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District still plans to take a trip to the Staples Center in Los Angeles this Saturday, February 6, to see the Clippers/Spurs basketball game. Tickets are $42 per person, and include transportation and snacks on the luxury bus. For more information, call Rec and Park at 866-9700. Also, snowboard lesson makeups will soon be underway; parents should have received a flyer with specifics but, if not, contact the Rec and Park offices for snowboard lesson makeup dates.
The third annual Snowshoe the Bear event, to launch from the Village at 10am, takes place Saturday, February 6. Post-race activities in the afternoon include live music from Elevated Roots, Big Bear’s reunited reggae band.

Recent road conditions and the threat of more winter weather later in the week have prompted more cancellations in coming days.
For starters, the Big Bear Valley Historical Society will not be holding their general meeting on Tuesday, February 2 at the Big Bear Discovery Center; no follow-up date has yet been announced by the Historical Society.
The Civil Air Patrol was to hold a spaghetti dinner on Saturday, February 6, but this will be rescheduled as there is not enough parking at the facility (due to snow) at this time. Those with questions on the CAP fundraising event can call Jim Gundred at 584-9195.
We will bring you more notices as they are made available to KBHR.
In the meantime, some activities are still a go this week.
Among those, the parenting support group Common Ground will this evening present the first in a five-series workshop for adults on “rethinking how we parent our tweens and teens.” This evening’s free workshop begins at 6:30pm at Community Church by the Lake, and will address Empathy vs. Anger. To reserve your space for tonight’s Common Ground class for parents, call 801-1766.
The Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District still plans to take a trip to the Staples Center in Los Angeles this Saturday, February 6, to see the Clippers/Spurs basketball game. Tickets are $42 per person, and include transportation and snacks on the luxury bus. For more information, call Rec and Park at 866-9700. Also, snowboard lesson makeups will soon be underway; parents should have received a flyer with specifics but, if not, contact the Rec and Park offices for snowboard lesson makeup dates.
The third annual Snowshoe the Bear event, to launch from the Village at 10am, takes place Saturday, February 6. Post-race activities in the afternoon include live music from Elevated Roots, Big Bear’s reunited reggae band.

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  2. Weather Advisories for Monday, February 16
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