Who – Alive Inside Foundation, The Big Bear Masonic Lodge No. 617, The Cave
What – Presentation of Sundance Award Winning Documentary, Alive Inside – 78 minutes
Why – Hope & Help for families & caregivers working with individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s & Dementia
When – Monday May 4, 7:00 p.m.
Where – The Cave, 40789 Village Drive, Big Bear Lake, CA
Cost – Free
Local Contact – Johnny Wells – email@example.com – 909-856-0862 cell
To donate* to the cause –
- Locally = GoFundMe.com/r93hgw
- Nationally = www.aliveinside.us
- Note about donations –There is no donation required. Locally donations will be directed 100% towards helping anyone needing help acquiring the equipment outlined in the movie. Total cost per sufferer less than $100. All funds will remain in Big Bear.
If you know anyone who struggles with Alzheimer’s or Dementia you know the frustration of not being able to find any help. I know, I’ve looked. There are lots of promising studies & treatments on the horizon, but loved ones are suffering NOW! You have […]
If you are looking for great entertainment when staying at a cabin rental in Big Bear Lake, look no further than The Cave in The Village. Dave Stone, a developer who has been transforming Big Bear into a vacation destination, has spared no expense when turning the old movie theater into a live show venue. Catch a show at The Cave live entertainment venue in Big Bear!
Friendly staff is something Dave has concentrated on in each of his businesses, and The Cave is no different. The lobby is small and warmly lit with a tasteful display of memorabilia with a concessions counter that is not only a bar, but serves food that could easily be your evening meal to enjoy back at your seat if you didn’t have time to eat at your Big Bear cabin rental. Some beverages, such as ice tea, are available […]
The Cave in Big Bear Village is hosting an evening with Martha Davis and The Motels on June 28. Tickets for this show, which start at just $17, are on sale now.
The Motels were a Los Angeles area band that gained national acclaim for their 1983 hits “Only the Lonely” and “Suddenly Last Summer,” both of which still receive radio airplay today. In 1998, original lead singer Martha Davis reformed the band under the new name Martha Davis and The Motels. Since then, other original members have rejoined the band, and they have gone on to record more material and perform for live audiences from coast to coast.
Martha Davis and The Motels have since performed as the opening act for many beloved 1980s musical acts, including other female-led bands such as The Go-Go’s and The Bangles; they will join The Go-Go’s for a U.S. tour this summer, and are […]
Over the course of the last couple of years a man has transformed Big Bear Lake into a destination hotspot with more projects on the horizon. David Stone Jr., a sixth-generation resident of the mountain community, developer and entrepreneur, is passionate about “creating a better Big Bear” to attract people from outside communities and encourage them to stay for longer than the day.
Stone opened Stone Summit Winery & Vineyards at his Wolf Creek Resort in Big Bear Lake last May. The winery claims to be the highest altitude commercial vineyard in the northern hemisphere at 6,750 feet above sea level, surpassing the Terror Creek Winery in Colorado, which sits at 6,417 feet. Today the winery produces five varietals ranging from Riesling to Cabernet Sauvignon. In addition to fine wine the winery offers live entertainment. For more information on the winery and resort, visit www.wolfcreek-resort.com
In 2012 Stone procured the Village […]
John Denver tribute vocalist Jim Curry has been tapped as the opening act when “The Cave,” Big Bear’s new rock ‘n roll concert hall, opens its doors for the first time to launch its 2013 season. Owner Dave Stone purchased the historic Village Theater, formally a movie theater, after its closing in 2012 and has refurbished the building into a state-of-the-art concert hall.
The building has an all new look and feel and Stone has added a dance floor to the front of the room for those who the music move can enjoy. Beer and wine will be served.
For more information and tickets to the inaugural show, visit http://jimcurry-es2005.eventbrite.com/.
The Cave is at 40789 Village Drive in Big Bear Lake. For more information, call 877-428-9335 or call the Big Bear Lake Reservation Center at 877-825-4388.
Jim’s natural voice very much resembles that of singer/songwriter John Denver. Embracing the similarities, Jim continues to […]
Over the last 13 years, Stone, a contractor who divides his time between homes in Big Bear Lake and Glendora, has snatched up property across the San Bernardino Mountains city. He has bought three lodges that had been on the market for years and had fallen into disrepair, converting them into elegant 5-star stopovers.
Last year, he bought the Village Theater, the former movie house in the city’s Village shopping district that Stone is now transforming into a live music and comedy venue called The Cave. It is set for a grand opening on June 7 and will feature as its inaugural performer John Denver tribute artist Jim Curry.
Stone said he already has 60 acts booked through the summer at the 400-capacity theater, which will feature a dance pit, two balconies, a VIP area and a concession stand serving a variety of beer and wine.
“There’s not a bad seat in […]
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