Big Bear Calendar of Events

Area code (909) unless otherwise noted


 

 

May 2015

30

Aaron’s Big Bass Tournament #2 on the lake, tourney headquarters at Boathouse Lakeside Tavern. (800) 475-3166.

30-31

Team Big Bear Mountain Bike Shootout #1 (#6 Kenda Cup Series) mountain bike racing at Snow Summit. 633-6729.

31

`Youth Orchestras Unite’ with Pasadena Youth Symphony Orchestra and MountainTop Strings 4 p.m at the PAC, by the Arts Council. Free. 866-4970.

 

June 2015

5-6

Summer Voice Recital 7:30 p.m. at the PAC by Voice Studio of Diane Sloan Kubeja. $14, $12 senior, $10 student. 866-4970.

6

Free Bird Walk led by Bill Downs departs Wild Wings (42656 Moonridge Rd.) promptly 8 a.m., coffee follows. 281-4548.

6

National Trails Day sees volunteers working on Pine Knot Trail 9 a.m.-noon followed by free picnic lunch. Meet 8:30 a.m. at Aspen Glen picnic area (40101 Mill Creek Rd.)

6

National Marina Day at Capt. John’s with live music, vendors, paddle races. Free. 866-6478.

6

Village Summer Wine Walk 3:30-7 p.m. $45. 878-8044.

6

The Tubes in concert at The Cave Big Bear 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $24. 878-0204.

7

Holcomb Valley 7K, 15K, 33K Trail Runs start at Meadow’s Edge picnic area on north shore at 7:30 a.m. 633-6729.

7

"Gentleman Doc Holliday" performed by Wyatt Earp at The Pines (350 Alden Rd.) at 3 p.m. ($20) followed by dinner ($25). 585-2868.

13

Aaron’s Big Bass Tournament #3 on the lake, tourney headquarters at Boathouse Lakeside Tavern. (800) 475-3166.

13

Photography Contest at Alpine Zoo 10 a.m.-4 p.m. with special animal photo ops. 878-4200.

13

Old Miners Days Big Bear Heritage Parade begins on the boulevard at Summit Blvd. 11 a.m., free spectating. 866-5850.

13

Friends of the NRA Dinner & Auction 6 p.m. at the Convention Center; entertainment, prizes. $50 includes dinner and five raffle tickets. 585-3000.

13

Hollywood U2 tribute to the rock icons at The Cave Big Bear 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $16. 878-0204.

13-14

Team Big Bear Mountain Bike Shootout #2 (Kenda Cup Series Final) mountain bike racing at Snow Summit. 633-6729.

20

Big Breakfast at Masonic Lodge (385 Summit Blvd) 7:30-11 a.m.; all-you-can-eat, cartoons. $7, $3.50 under 12. 866-2531.

20

Greenthumbs Native Plant Restoration Program with volunteers working in the greenhouse from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; meet at Discovery Center. 866-3437.

20

Desperado tribute to The Eagles at The Cave Big Bear 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $16. 878-0204.

20-21

Carp Roundup at 7 a.m. for two-person hunting teams. $40 per hunter includes T-shirt, mesh fish bag, lunch. 866-5796.

26-28

"Annie Get Your Gun" by CATS at PAC 7:30 p.m. Friday ($17-$19, senior $16-18, child $11) and Saturday ($22-$25, senior $20-23, child $12), 1:30 Sunday matinee ($18-$20, senior $17-$19, child $13). 866-4970.

26-27

Corvettes West Big Bear Bash with Friday show at Marina Resort, Saturday autocross at airport 8 a.m.-3 p.m. then cruise around the lake. 864-0372.

27

Big Bear Triathlon at Pine Knot Landing; Olympic race 7:30 a.m. Sprint at 8. openairbigbear.com

27

36th Soroptimist Home Tour visits four residences from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. $25. 866-4607.

27

"Music in the Mountains" at Discovery Center; Pettybreakers, Fortunate Son tributes. Gates open 5 p.m., show at 6. Tickets $35-$45. 866-3437.

27

Michael Jackson tribute by Who’s Bad is a Special Olympics fundraiser at The Cave Big Bear 7:30 p.m. Tickets $16-$27. 878-0204.

27-28

Art on the Corner show in the Village 10 a.m.-6 p.m., free admission. Corner of Pine Knot and Village Dr. 585-2868.

 

July 2015

3-5

Independence Day Festival at Convention Center; arts and crafts, music. Free admission. 585-3000.

4

Fireworks Over the Lake, preceded at 4:30 by Rotary BBQ next to Marina Resort with entertainment, midway games, best fireworks view. $25 includes hamburger or hot dog meal, $30 for chicken or steak dinner. (800) 4-BIG BEAR.