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Recommendations please - weekend rental for non-profit meeting

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Deeliteful
Tue May 28 2019, 05:49PM Email Thread Print View
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It's for a group of non-profit charter school volunteers to meet and exchange ideas. About a dozen adults. Probably for the first or second week of January. Keep in mind, it's a non-profit, so budget friendly with decent indoor space to meet.

Your recommendations will be much appreciated!
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Try the Big Bear Airport
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Many of the churches have meeting spaces for rent. If you want accommodtions then things get narrower- Presbyterian Conference Ground, Pine Summit. Some of the camps off 38 do Science Camps in the winter weekdays so they might have something available on a weekend. Otherwise check in with Big Bear Cabins and see what they recommend.
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PHR I think are not allowed to have events/meetings

Apples Bed and Breakfast

Vintage Lake Side

Used to be Wawona Lodge. It has the Wine Room and a bar. located across from Mac Donald’s. Wine and teachers at a meeting might be a good thing.

Cedar Lake has a nice hall.


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You are booking into what could/should be prime ski/board season for a non skiing event. Think about other options.

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Try the Big Bear Lake Performing Arts Center. They have an area called Hofert Hall that is available to rent at a low rate to non-profit groups. You can contact them at bblpac©citybigbearlake.com or 909-866-5831.
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Thanks for all the suggestions - quite a few I hadn't thought of! They will also need a place to stay because it's a two day event. Polar, good point - not the best time to have inexperienced flatlanders driving up. Will share all this info with the group & see what they want to do.
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