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Independence Day Fair

17th annual Independence Day Fair at the Big Bear Lake Convention Center, 42900 West Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315.  Call 909-585-3000 or go to http://bigbearevents.com for additional information. 50 arts and crafts booths, vendors, and beer garden with live entertainment, including Silver Moon, Highway 38, and Skeleton Key. Kinder Garten for children includes bounce houses, pony rides, game booths, face painting, ice cream and cotton candy. Cost $3.00 for adults, $2.00 for seniors, children 12 and under free.  Monday is free for Big Bear locals with proper ID. Wyatts Cafe & Saloon will also be open for food and...

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Summer Fun Begins at Big Bear Mountain Resorts

Big Bear, Ca May 15, 2011 12:00 pm – Next weekend Big Bear Mountain Resorts opens for summer activities.  The Scenic Sky Chair will begin to take visitors to the 8,200’ summit on Saturday.  Hikers, mountain bikers, and guests looking for a big view and a tasty BBQ lunch can ride the chair weekends until June 18, when daily service begins.  The 15 minute ride up the mountain leaves from the Snow Summit parking lot at the top of Summit Blvd.  Friday the Bear Mountain Golf Course is scheduled to open.  The 9-hole course located across from the Bear Mountain Ski Resort on Goldmine Drive includes a pro shop and driving range.  The Club House Grill serves a full breakfast and lunch 7 days a week.  Call (909) 585-8002 for golf reservations, tee times, and season passes.  Activities at the Bear Mountain Resorts are weather and conditions permitting.  Go to bigbearmountainresorts.com for the latest information. [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP30730.mp3|titles=Big Bear Mountain Resorts Summer Opener Next...

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Easter Egg Food Safety

Big Bear, Ca April 20, 2011 12:00 pm – Coloring, hiding, and hunting for eggs is a tradition for many families at Easter.  To make your holiday safe, remember several food safety tips.    If you choose to eat the eggs used in an egg hunt, it is important that they are not cracked, hidden in areas where dirt or bacteria may contaminate them, and that they are not out of the refrigerator for more than 2 hours.  Use food grade dye and always wash your hands prior to preparing the eggs.  Immediately dispose of eggs that become cracked in the cooking or dying process, and any eggs that are found after 2 hours outside of the refrigerator.  To ensure safety, it may be easiest to make a separate set of eggs for decorating and hiding.  For a happy holiday, include food safety in your family traditions. [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP30624.mp3|titles=Easter Egg Food...

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