Tag: Memorial Day

Memorial Day Weekend Marks Start Of Camping Season

Big Bear Valley, CA, May 25, 2012, noon – Camping in national forests can be a year-round endeavor, but for many people Memorial Day Weekend is the time to get started for the summer. Most of the San Bernardino National Forest recreation sites will be open for visitors this weekend. The forest is ready for the summer recreation season, and you can enjoy the outdoors while camping, hiking, mountain biking, fishing or a variety of other activities. As always, forest officials encourage visitors to be aware of their surroundings and responsibilities when visiting the forest. They want you to have a safe, enjoyable visit, and always remain aware of the current situation outdoors and the potential for wildfire. Call ahead to check the status of places you plan to visit. Know before you go. Campfires are only permitted at developed sites in the designated fire rings in campgrounds, picnic grounds and Yellow Post Sites. Outside of developed sites, only propane or gas cooking stoves are permitted. Remember to always call ahead and check on current fire restrictions. All Visitor Centers will be open during the holiday weekend, including Monday. Call the Big Bear Discovery Center at 382-2790 for the latest conditions and recreation information. [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP31522.mp3|titles=Forest...

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Ski Pass for Sky Chair and Mountain Biking Too

Big Bear, Ca May 29, 2011 12:00 pm – In Big Bear this weekend, we are not sure if it is summer or winter.  As in other areas around the country, the cold and windy weather is reminding us that mountain conditions can be changeable in all seasons.  This last gasp of winter also reminds residents and visitors this is the last weekend to get a 2011-2012 season pass for the ski resorts at pre-season special rates.  And when the warmer weather conditions return in a few days, a dual mountain season pass is good on the Snow Summit Scenic Sky Chair and for mountain biking all summer, as well as for snow sports at both mountains next winter.  The ticket office at Snow Summit will be open during this Memorial Day Weekend for season pass sales.  For more information go to bigbearmountainresorts.com [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP30778.mp3|titles=Ski Pass for Sky Chair...

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Memorial Day Ceremony in Veterans Park

Big Bear, Ca May 28, 2011 12:00 pm – A special program commemorating Memorial Day and the sacrifices made by United States military personnel will be held in Big Bear Lake on Monday.  A procession will leave will leave the intersection of Village Drive and Pine Knot Avenue at 9:30 am lead by Major Nelson Reynolds, US Air Force Retired and San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeremiah MacKay playing the bagpipes.  The procession will arrive at Veteran’s Park by 10:00 am, where Master Sergeant Larry Breazeale, USAF Ret, will be the keynote speaker for the ceremony.  Additional participants include the Marine Corps League Color Guard, the American Legion Post Honor Guard, the American Legion Women’s Auxillary, Officials from the City of Big Bear Lake, the local Girl and Boy Scout troops, and Reverend Tom Goodman of the American Legion.  Vocal selections will be provided by Megn Iona, Tori Waner, Jodi Kline, and Holly Lavinger.  The public is invited to attend both the procession and the ceremony. [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP30774.mp3|titles=Memorial Ceremony at Veterans Park...

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City Requires “No Fee Permit” For Memorial Weekend Yard Sales

Big Bear, Ca, May 24, 2011, 12:00pm – Residents of the City of Big Bear Lake who are interested in having a yard sale this weekend are required to get a “no-fee permit” from City Hall.  Permit applications are available at the public counter in the Civic Center located at 39707 Big Bear Blvd.  The process to get a “no-fee permit” is very quick, as the city is allowing residents to come to City Hall and log their address or residents can call 866-5831 to be added to the list.  The city asks that those hosting yard sales do not post yard sale signs on power poles, street sign poles, traffic signal poles, or trees.  The city asks that you be kind to the environment and do not post signs on trees, as doing so could cause potential damage.  For more information, or to add your name to the list of yard sales this Memorial Day weekend call 866-5831. [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP30759.mp3|titles=2011 Memorial Day no fee...

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