Labor Day Weekend | GG’s TOT

Car Show in Fawnskin

Wow, it is hard to believe that this weekend is Labor Day Weekend.

Lots is happening around the valley but here are some events in Fawnskin along with a few notable activities.

Ron Seymour: Celebration of Life

Ron Seymour passed away August 14, 2012. There will be a life celebration 6:00pm Thursday, August 30, 2012. The tribute will be held at The Convention Center in Big Bear Lake (42900 Big Bear Boulevard).

Fawnskin Fall Classic Car Show

On Saturday, 1, 2012 Moose Lodge 2085 (39211 North Shore Drive in Fawnskin) will host a classic car show. Activities are scheduled from 8:00am until 3:00pm. Food will be served starting with breakfast burritos, burgers and dogs, and then the infamous spit BBQ with live music.

Members can make a day of it and if you are not a member, ask someone to host you as a guest or join right then and there!

Rod Riders of Big Bear will showcase special interest cars, street rods, customs and classics. The event is free to the general public. Food prices vary. For more details please call (909) 938-0589

Music in the Mountains 2012

On Saturday, September 1, 2012 music in the mountains continues with Surreal Neil and Super Diamond at Discovery Center Amphitheater from 7:00pm until 10:00pm.

Super Diamond plays tribute to Neil Diamond. Tickets are $25 for general admission adults and $10 for teens.

14th Annual Quilt Show

On Saturday and Sunday September 1-2, 2012 you can attend the 14th annual quilt show at the Big Bear Middle School. Hours are Saturday from 10am until 5:00pm and Sunday 10:00am until 4:00pm. Admission is $5 with children under 12 Free.

You might have seen the announcement board in town on the North Shore. This event is sponsored by Busy Bears Quilt Guild and all quilts in the show are made by local guild members.

Big Bear Lake International Film Festival

The Big Bear Lake International Film Festival now has an educational outreach event available to high school students throughout Southern California. This year’s festival will include the first ever Film Camp for 28 aspiring young filmmakers.

Participants receive four days of hands-on training, workshops and seminars with industry professionals and festival honorees.

Successful applicants who are passionate about films will be involved 8 to 12 hours each day in various workshops, screenings and other events.

Applications are currently being accepted and the deadline to submit applications is Tuesday, September 4, 2012. Camp tuition is $630 but scholarships are available. For more information click here.

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