Keep History Alive with — TACOS!

By Joseph Kelly

Big Bear City, CA – The Big Bear Valley Historical Society invites you to a “Friend Raiser”, at Sonora Cantina on Monday May, 22, from 12 noon until 8:30 p.m. Tacos will be just $1 each, which can be Ground Beef, Pork, Shredded Beef or Veggie Tacos. There will also be an opportunity drawing.

The Historical Society is not sure if the old gold prospectors ate tacos, but we can, and for a good cause. All of the monies raised will go towards the Building Expansion Fund. If you have been to the Big Bear Museum, you know that it is a premier place, housing the history of the Big Bear Valley.

Gloria Meade, of the Historical Society, says “Thanks to everyone who helped in the past to raise much needed funds for the Juniper Cabin” But the Society isn’t stopping there. Meade told of more plans to expand, saying “Any amount that can be added to our Building Expansion Fund is so appreciated”.

The Museum, located at 800-B Greenway in Big Bear City, is a true asset to the community. Residents, school kids and visitors can see a fantastic collection, and the Society Docents are at hand to tell about the rich history of the Big Bear Valley. The museum has demonstrations of gold panning and blacksmithing.

Mark your calendar and keep history alive in Big Bear, Monday , May 22nd from 12 noon to 8:30 p.m. Sonora Cantina 4114 Big Bear Blvd, Big Beat Lake, CA.

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