Category: Dining

Visionary farmer to speak at the PAC

Big Bear Lake, CA, May 17, 2013 – The Big Bear Lighthouse Project has recruited the country’s most influential farmer, Joel Salatin, to deliver the keynote address at their 2013 Community Summit. Salatin is a third generation alternative farmer in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. The family’s Polyface Farm has been featured in Smithsonian, National Geographic and Gourmet magazines, as well as countless other radio, television and print media outlets. Profiled on the “Lives of the 21st Century” series with Peter Jennings on ABC World News, his after-broadcast chat room fielded more hits than any other segment to date. It achieved iconic status as the grass farm featured in the New York Times bestseller Omnivore’s Dilemma by food writer guru Michael Pollan and in the award-winning film documentary, FOOD INC. Salatin has authored eight books himself, including EVERYTHING I WANT TO DO IS ILLEGAL: War stories from the local food front and FOLKS, THIS AIN’T NORMAL: A Farmer’s Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and a Better World. Here are just a few of the guiding principles that made Polyface famous: * TRANSPARENCY: Anyone is welcome to visit the farm anytime. No trade secrets, no locked doors, every corner is camera-accessible. * GRASS-BASED: Pastured livestock and poultry, moved frequently to new “salad bars,” offer landscape healing and nutritional superiority. * INDIVIDUALITY: Providing plants and animals with a habitat that allows them to express their physiological distinctiveness is a foundation for...

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Nottinghams hosts high school fundraiser

Big Bear Lake, CA, January 21, 2013 – Nottinghams Restaurant & Bar is once again supporting Big Bear High School athletics and music programs. On Sunday, February 3, they’re hosting a Super Bowl Pool & Party Fundraiser. Contact Shelly Egerer 909 659-6646 or Rebekah Romero 909 374-2145  for more information....

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Chocoholics, Mark Your Calendars!

Big Bear Lake, CA, December 3, 2012 – A collection of local B&B’s known as A Big Bear Bed & Breakfast Experience is hosting the annual “Big Bear Loves Chocolate” event. On December 8 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., the public is invited to go a self-guided tour to sample chocolate treats in the form of desserts and appetizers. Stops include four bed & breakfast establishments, a food specialty store, a café and a bakery. Guests will not only savor delectable chocolate, but also get to see the beautiful interiors of Big Bear’s B&Bs decorated for the holidays. The tour is free, but to get the locations, guests must download the Big Bear Loves Chocolate flyer at http://bigbearbnb.com/events.html or pick up the flyer at the Big Bear Visitor Center located at 630 Bartlett Road in the Village.  For more information, call (909)...

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NSES Hosts Breakfast with Santa

Big Bear, CA, November 20, 2012 – North Shore Elementary School will be hosting “Breakfast with Santa” on Saturday,  December 1st from 8:00am to 12noon.  The $5.00 breakfast charge includes pancakes, sausage, and a drink.  Bring your own camera for a photo opportunity with Santa or purchase one of two portrait packages available from the Chris Harrell Photography Studio.  Children who visit with Santa will receive a free treat bag and given the chance to write a gift wish-list letter to Santa.  The “Breakfast with Santa” event at North Shore Elementary, located at the corner of North Shore Drive and Stanfield Cutoff, will also include music, dancing and caroling and is open to the...

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Patsy Cline Tribute

Big Bear Lake, CA, October 20, 2012, 6am – Singer and performer Nancy Celeste Walker will be appearing at the Bear Cave Events Center on Saturday October 20th. Walker will take on the characterization of country western singer Patsy Cline. The Saturday evening performance begins at 6pm with a catered dinner as the legendary Patsy Cline comes alive on stage through Nancy Celeste Walker. During the show, Walker will be accompanied by pianist Mike Cross and the country band “The Runnin’ Kind” with their bass guitar, pedal steel guitar, lead guitar and drums. Tickets are $50 and available at the Bear Creek...

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