Have you ever checked your calendar and matched it up with your to-do list and realized there aren’t enough hours in a day to get it all done? If you are like me, that comparison and realization comes every week, or at least every few days.
The Friends of the Big Bear Valley Library will sponsor a special program for children and adults on April 25. Ben Franklin is coming to town.
It wasn’t as good as the book, but “The Longest Ride” did a good job of hitting the key points of Nicholas Sparks’ book to make it worth an afternoon in the theater.
It was business that first brought Soroptimist International of Big Bear Valley to the attention of Mike Kostiuk. It is the cause that binds him to the organization’s Man About Town campaign.
Jon Philips of Inspiration Vineyards and Winery is the visiting winemaker at Le Dolce Vita Tasting Room Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18.
It’s easy and affordable to achieve a bright smile with at-home or whitening solutions. Dress chosen; check. Flowers ordered; check. Photographer booked; check. Bright smiles for the big day; hmmm, not so much.
Those who faithfully brush their teeth each morning and night might feel as though they’re doing enough to achieve a healthy smile. However, even people with good oral care habits may hear from their dentist or hygienist that they have signs of gingivitis, an early form of gum disease.
In terms of candy consumption volume, the Easter holiday is second only to Halloween. While baskets full of chocolates and candies can seem like a child’s dream come true, parents may cringe at the prospect of their little ones’ mouths filled with so much sugar.
Bear Valley Electric Service hosted its Earth Day Expo April 17. See photos from the event. If slideshow does not appear, click here to view on Flickr.