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Discover the Big Bear Lake Artwalk Festival


 Discover the Big Bear Lake Artwalk Festival - the #1 fine arts festival in the San Bernardino Mountains
The Big Bear Lake Artwalk Festival is a walking event held in the Bartlett Events Center, central to the Quaint Shopping and Entertainment District and the Center of the Alpine Lakeside Community of Big Bear Lake, CA. The Event features fine artists and crafts artisans from the West Coast, Mountain, and Desert Regions. 
Big Bear Lake, California, May 13, 2015 - A celebration of the Arts, the 12th Annual Big Bear Lake Artwalk Festival, happens again this year on July 3-5, 2015 at the Bartlett Events Center, 630 Bartlett Rd., Big Bear Lake, CA. This fabulous, three day fine arts event starts on Thursday evening July 2 with a “Kick Off Concert and Reception” from 5 pm - 9 pm. Hours for the Festival are Friday, July 3 from 10 am – 7 pm, Saturday, July 4 from 10 am – 7 pm and Sunday, July 5 from 10 am – 4 pm. Discover why the Big Bear Lake Artwalk Festival is the #1 fine arts festival in all the San Bernardino Mountains.
See the Big Bear Lake Village venue transformed into an outdoor gallery, with over 60 artists displaying their original works in the Bartlett Events Center. The award-winning art represents a wide array of mediums including painting, drawing, jewelry, clay, wood, metal, fiber, glass, pottery and mixed media. In addition to an incredible selection of fine art for purchase, the Big Bear Lake Artwalk Festival offers three days of fun for the entire family, featuring children’s activities, live music, food and culinary offerings, plus a community art project that encourages everyone to be “a part of the art.”
“We are looking forward to sharing the inspiration and wonder of the visual and performing arts with thousands of guests during our three-day festival,” said Tim Breunig, Festival Director. “Proceeds from the festival benefit the community and education outreach programs of The Arts Council of Big Bear Valley and Big Bear Lake Arts, producer of The Big Bear Lake Artwalk Festival. The Council’s mission is to provide regional cultural and educational enrichment opportunities that encourage, support and promote the performing and visual arts locally.”
Half a dozen local and regional musical artists will perform on the Main Stage in the Beer and Wine Garden during the festival. Performances range from Indie Americana/Folk, Singer/Songwriters to New Age Country and Jazz.
Admission to The Big Bear Lake Artwalk Festival is free and there is plenty of free parking for attendees. For more information about the festival, visit or contact Tim Breunig, 909-680-8153,
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