What comes to mind when you think about St. Patrick’s Day? Shamrocks, beer, maybe leprechauns? What about corned beef and cabbage? It may surprise you to learn that corned beef and cabbage is not, in fact, a traditional Irish dish, even though it is synonymous with St. Paddy’s Day.
Wyatt’s Grill & Saloon celebrates the Wearing of the Green on Saturday, March 14. The annual St. Paddy’s pre party will feature everything from corned beef and cabbage to cabbage bowling, a wishing well, a Lucky Charms eating contest, green beer and free Leprechaun arts and crafts.
There is a new opportunity for exploration in the San Bernardino National Forest near Big Bear. Drivers of certain off-highway vehicles can now use three roads in the Big Pine Flats area between Big Bear and Apple Valley, according to a Feb. 28 press release from San Bernardino National Forest.
The first schoolhouse built that was 100-percent dedicated to be a school was in Big Bear Lake near the Village in 1920. A group of local volunteers built the one-room schoolhouse with living quarters for the teacher, Miss McPherson, who had been renting a cabin at the Stockers’ Swastika Cam…
Make something special for your special someone. Valentine’s Day is just one of many reasons to spoil the one you love, but it’s a great excuse to do something special. Why not enjoy a romantic, intimate dinner at home this Valentine’s Day?
If there’s a TV handy, you know what channel it will be turned to come Sunday, Feb. 2. All around Big Bear TVs are sure to be turned to the big game, the NFL finale, Super Bowl LIV.
Rebel Ridge Ski School was the first Southern California ski area to utilize a snowmaking operation, left. Above and at right, Rebel Ridge later became the site of Big Bear SnowPlay and Big Bear Speedway, which offers tubing, a ropes course and a summer gokart course. For more information ab…