For what can be considered a small area, Big Bear Lake offers a large variety of clubs and organizations offering opportunities to serve, extend your education, and meet and enjoy the company of others with similar interests.
To pique your interest, here is a short list of some of the service organizations active in Big Bear.
American Legion Post 584
Bear Valley Community Hospital District Foundation
Big Bear Airport Pilots Association
Big Bear Association of Realtors
Big Bear Bridge Club
Big Bear Chapter of Leads Club
Big Bear City Professional Firefighters
Big Bear Computer Club, Inc.
Big Bear Lake Antique Car Club
Big Bear Lake Elks Lodge #1787
Big Bear Lions Club, Inc
Big Bear Masonic Lodge #617
Big Bear Moose Lodge
Big Bear Valley Contractors Association
Big Bear Valley Fire Safe Council
Big Bear Valley Historical Society
Big Bear Valley Republican Club
Big Bear Valley Sportsman’s Club, Inc.
Big Bear Valley Trails Foundation
Blood Bank of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties
Boy Scouts of America, Calif. I. E. Council
Business Women’s Service Club
Civil Air Patrol BBV Composite Squadron 6750
Dancing Bears Square Dance Club
Democratic Club of Big Bear Valley
Friends of the Big Bear Valley Library
Friends of the Moonridge Zoo
Kiwanis Club of Big Bear Valley
Lutheran Social Services of Southern California
Marine Corps League – Detachment 1038
Rotary Club of Big Bear Lake
Sierra Club Big Bear Group
Snow Summit Race Team
Soroptimist International of Big Bear Valley, Inc.
Sunset Lions Club of Big Bear Lake
Venture Club of Big Bear Valley
In addition, there are many more offerings throughout Big Bear. Recently, a Photography Club has come together and meets on the last Thursday of the month.
If you are over 60, Senior Citizens of Big Bear Valley, located on the Boulevard across from Baker Pond, offers a large variety of activites. A few of these activities are: Arts & Crafts classes, weekly Bingo, Country Line Dancing, Knitting, Crochet and Quilting Bees and a travel group that explores locations all over Southern California.
There are many more organizations awaiting your participation in the Big Bear area. We haven’t mentioned the wide variety of offerings for children and teenagers. Sports activities are available throughout the year, from skiing, to softball, to swimming and sailing. The Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District (909) 866-9700, offers a large listing of great activities for all ages.
Contact the Big Bear Chamber of Commerce – (909) 866-4607, the Senior Center – (909) 584-0323, and the local schools for organizations we may not have mentioned. A quick search on the Internet will bring up many of these groups and their contact information.
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Strange question. How do I get a hold of someone from the Dancing Bears Square Dance Club? My great grandmother was a member back in the 70s-80s and I have been trying to find someone that knows where she lived. I was up there looking for her old house and cannot find it. I am thinking it was tore down. Do you have a phone number or contact person for that club? Any help would be amazing.