Category: Arts & Entertainment

Film Festival in Big Bear

Big Bear, CA – Festival Angaelica returns to Big Bear this week.  The festival brings independent filmmakers from around the world showcasing over 160 films.  The film screenings and live music events are free to attend.  For the last ten years, Festival founders, Breven Warren and Tim Udall, have combined film, art, music and nature bringing the festival to Big Bear last year.  Events are scheduled  starting Monday, September 18th through Sunday the 24th.  Film screenings and live music events will be held both indoors and out.  Outdoor events will be held Monday and Tuesday at the Meadow’s Edge Picnic...

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Meet Big Bear Authors, Artists, and Performers at Women in the Arts

Big Bear, CA – Local authors, artists, and performers will be the highlight of the Big Bear Valley American Association of University Women special event, Women in the Arts. Net proceeds of the event will benefit programs for young Big Bear women including Tech Trek, scholarships, and Speech Trek. The event takes place on Sunday, September 10th , from 2 pm to 5 pm at the Performing Arts Center. Art displays, live music, a panel discussion with the artists on “Inside the Creative Process,” hors d’oeuvres and wine, plus an extensive silent auction, are part of this fundraising event. Tickets...

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Dancing For The Lake 2017

Big Bear, CA – The second annual ‘Dancing for the Lake’ charity event is a celebration of Big Bear Valley culture and entertainment that features local dignitaries dancing alongside professionals in a gala night of wine, food, silent auction and Ball Room Dance competition. Last year, Dancing for the Lake raised $21,000 that was donated to 12 Big Bear Charities. Nancy Gonzalez, owner of Hacienda Grill, was the winner of the People’s Choice Award and also took home the trophy as Best Female Dancer. Dan McKernan won Best Male Dancer. This year’s dancers will be Erika Wheeler Harris, Mary...

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No Personal Fireworks – Additional Forest Restrictions

Big Bear Fire Department’s Assistant Chief-Fire Marshal Mike Maltby stated, “The only fireworks allowed in Big Bear is the professional 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular over the lake. No personal fireworks are allowed. Fire officials will be issuing citations with fines up to $1,000 for fireworks violations.” The Rotary Club of Big Bear Lake provides locals and visitors with a world class fireworks display on the evening of July 4th, visible from many vantage points in the Big Bear Valley. Sit back and enjoy the show with synchronized music on KBHR 93.3 and 102.5. Big Bear Fire Department encourages...

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July 4th Traffic Plan – No Left Turns on Big Bear Blvd

The July 4th event traffic plan will be in effect following this year’s fireworks celebration.  The City of Big Bear Lake with the enforcement efforts of the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department along with the California Highway Patrol want to help ease some of the traffic tangles that traditionally follow the fireworks show.   Motorists will make right hand turns only entering Big Bear Blvd. from Georgia to Temple Streets. Plan ahead and  park accordingly, depending on which way you will be leaving after the fireworks show.  If you will be traveling east after the show, motorists should park south of...

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The all new "KBHR App" on Itunes and Andriod Play Store - The Bear is Everywhere 93.3 & 102.5