The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on June 25, 1982 · Page 51
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D THE SUN Frl., June 25, 1982 Things to do and places to go Vr vJ-j LJ u u vjr;.j u ., ii ru .. l .nm: iiLnjii.mwjiLrnirijrr"Tn.:T j-.n:" 7T m iirrtnr btuh i i i i ""tt f ti. ir n i t. 1 i 1 11 " 1 1 . "T " "' '. " " i 1 "'" ' '" i ijiMiitiMiMjimM"iw !S5A"a"S!,IL"JJJJ!!!S IP danco CALIMESA COUNTRY CLUB Dancing every Friday 7-10 p.m. to Manslonalres. Dinner from 6-9 p.m. Reservation: 795-2548, 1300 S. 3rd St., Callmesa. KSKJ HALL Ballroom dancing to Mel Mcares and the Sharps, 8-11 p.m.. every Saturday. 12 admission, refreshments available, 18359 Arrow Blvd., Fontana. CHHIS DAVIS SUPPER CLUB Wed. singles dance, 8 p.m.-midnight, Roger Ingman Band, 13.50, Frl. ladles night, 9 p.m.-l a.m., Chris Davis Combo, $4 men, 12 women, free admission with dinner reservations, Sat. Chris Davis orchestra, 9 p.m.-l a.m., $5, free with dinner reservations. Sun. Lou Dokkln Orchestra, free lessons 8-7 p.m., dancing 7-11 p.m., K 333 E. Foothill Blvd., Rlalto. Information: 874-7770. SQUARE DANCING All events begin at 8 p.m. unless otherwise noted. TODAY County Cut-ups, 18829 Orange St., Bloomlngton, RM 7 30 p m.. the Stalnaker Brothers; Gingham Belles, Square Dance Land, 2HS40 E. Base line St., Highland, R, M 7 30 p.m.. Bob Baxter; Who Goofed? Square, Mission School, 10668 California St., Redlands, R M 7 30 p.m., Gordon Adams; Single Swingers, Women's Club, 10th at Brockton Ave., Riverside, Jerry Gordon; Phantoms, (graduation), 17931 Jonathan St., Adelanto, Jim Eastburn. SATURDAY Wagon Train Squares (anniversary), Cow Town Square Dance Center, 15950 Van Buren St., Riverside, Dale Dockery; Yucalpa Squares, Women's Club, Adams at A Satreets, Yucalpa, Andy Rawlinson; Rocking M's, Hunt Park Community Center, 4015 Jackson St., Riverside, Ron Hunter; Swinging Stars, Civic Center, 225 B St., Ontario. The Stalnaker Brothers: Sagebrush Shufflers, dark: Dancing Bears, Middle School, 40904 Pennsylvania, Big Bear Lake, Foxle Fox; Sand Shufflers, Oasis School, 73175 El Paseo Dr., 29 Palms, Stan Trefran. SUNDAY Circle J's. Taylor Hall Indian Hill at Scripps Dr., Claremont, 7 p.m., iPlus 2), Jim Garlow; Steeltown Twlrlers, Kaiser Recreation Hall, off Cherry Ave., Fontana, 2 p.m., Jim Chipman. MONDAY Happy Hoofers, Hillcrest Mobile Park. 33600 Callmesa Blvd., Yucalpa, 7 30 p.m., Buck Covey; Workshops: Advanced Workshop, Promenade Hall. 102 S. Riverside Ave., Rlalto, Nate Bliss; Workshop. Mission School, 10658 California St., Redlands, A-l 7:30 p.m., Jim Garlow. Classes: Tanglefooted TwoSteppers, Community Center. 22130 Barton Rd., Grand Terrace, 7:30 p.m., Wally Nally; Swinging Stars, 1400 W. 13th St., Upland, 7:30 p.m., Dale Dockery; County Cut-tps, 18829 Orange St., Bloomlngton, Lee Schmidt; Track 2 s, Recreation Hall, 15th at San Antonio, Upland, 7:30 p.m., Dell Morgan; Guvs and Dolls, Square Dance Land, 26940 E. Base Line, Highland, 7:30 p.m., Buck Baragry; Calico Rompers, Walnut at Ramona, Chino, 7 30 p.m., Skip Stanley; Bavarian Squares, Civic Center, 550 W. 6th St., Beaumont, Lou Sperling. TUESDAY Workshops: What Happened? Squares, Hutton Center, 660 Colton Ave., Colton, 7:30 p.m., Dale Dockery. Circle J's, A-l, Taylor Hall, Claremont, 7:30 p.m., Jim Garlow; Straight A's, Square Dance Land, 26940 E. Base Line, Highland, Bill Gibson; Classes: Steeltown Twlrlers, Kaiser Recreation Hall, off Cherry Ave., Fontana, 7:30 p.m., Gene Arnold; Western Stars, Cow Town Square Dance Center, 15950 Van Buren St., Riverside, 7:30 p.m., Buck Baragry; Single Swingers, 22130 Barton Rd., Grand Terrace, Johnnie Scott; What Happened? Squares, Hutton Center, 660 Colton Ave., Colton, 7 30 p.m., Dale Dockery; Star Twlrlers, Elementary School, 7801 Hopi Trail, Yucca Valley. 7:30 p.m., CaMUe Hutcheson; Cloverleafs, First Christian Church, 10th at Arrowhead Ave., San Bernardino, 7:30 p.m., Larry McBee. WEDNESDAY High Notes, Community Center, 8th at C streets, Victorvtlle, 7:30 p.m.. Bill Gibson; Workshops: Calico Quails, Women's Club. Adams at A streets, Yucalpa, Don Farnsworth; Palm Springs Circle O's, Pavilion, 403 E. Cerritos, Palm Springs, Plus-1 at 7:30 p.m., A-l at 8:15 p.m., Osa Mathews; Classes: Tanglefooted TwoSteppera, Community Center, 1202 First St., Yucalpa, 1 p.m., Wally Nally; Freedom Swingers, 1225 River Rd., Corona, 7:30 p.m., Ray Vlerra; Sand Shufflers, Oasli School, 73175 El Paseo Dr., 29 Palms. 7:30 p.m.. Johnnie Scott; Workshop: Circle J's, plus 1, Taylor Hall, Claremont, 7:30 p.m.. Jim Garlow; Highlanders, Square Dance Land, 26940 E. Base Line. Highland, 7:30 p.m., Sun Trefran. THURSDAY Workshops: Pius Workshop, YMCA, 1267 S. Riverside Ave., Rlalto, Dale Dockery ;Bachelors and Bachelorettes, Square Dance Land, 26940 E. Base Line, Highland, Larry Jack; Circle J's, Promenade Hall, 102 S. Riverside Ave., Rlalto, 7:30 p.m., Jim Garlow; Classes: Swinging Rebels, YMCA, 1267 S. Riverside Ave., Rlalto, 7:30 p.m., Johnnie Scott. nevada Note: AM "900" prefix phone numbers are toll-free. Las Vegas CAESARS PALACE Cher through June 30; Willie Nelson, July 17; Cher. July 8-14, Frank Sinatra. July 15-21; Willie Nelson, July 22-28; Cher, July 29-Aug. 11; Tom Jones, Aug. 12-25; Diana Ross, Aug. 25Sept. 15. Information: (800) 6344681. FRONTIER Siegfried and Roy, master Illusionists, Indefinitely. Information: (800) 6344966. FLAMINGO HILTON "City Lite," 8 p.m., dinner show; midnight, cocktail show. Reservations: 733-3333. IMPERIAL PALACE DJan Tatlian. Russian singer, through Sept. 18. LAS VEGAS HILTON Liberace through July 5; Tony Orlando, Norm Crosby. July 6-26; Bill Cosby, Leo Sayer, July 27-Aug. 25; Showroom dark Aug. 26-31; Moulin Rouge, Sept 1-indeflnlte. Information: (702) 732-5111 MGM GRAND Dean Martin through June 30. Information: (702) 739-4111. Using Calendar . . . Items submitted for Calendar listing must be open to the general public, be of general interest and be sponsored by a reputable organization. Information for the Calendar must include: name of the event, time, date, location, cost, sponsoring organization, a telephone number for information and the name and telephone number of the person submitting the Calendar item. Deadline is Wednesday noon. Lose water bloat with 0DRINIL -Nature's Way OQHlNIL can help you lose excess weight due to excess water retention during the pre menstrual cycle OORINU -the Natural" Water Pill contains natural herbs in a tablet that is ellective and last acting To lose weight all month long try the new extra-strength SUPU OORlKK Reducing Plan Both sold with money hack guarantee LtJT.'.i 4 ;t ' 4 5th ANNUAL MISS COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO OFFICIAL PRELIMINARY TO MISS CALIFORNIA USA (LIVE TELEVISED) AND m MISS TEEN COUNTY OF SAN I BERNARDINO (AGE 13-16) SEN IORS (AGE 16-24). THE PAGEANTS WILL BE HELD SUNDAY JULY 25 AT CHRIS DAVIS SUPPER CLUB IN RIALTO. DEAD- LINE FOR APPLICATIONS FRIDAY JAMI SCHROER jULy 9 MANDATORY ORIENTA- SAN BERNARDINO N AT HAPPY STEAK RES-1981 TAURANT, RIALTO, SUNDAY, JULY 11 AT 2 P.M.. FOR ENTRY INFORMATION CALL (714) 874-4030 MON. THRU SAT., 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. lift' A STARDUST 7324111. Lido de Paris, Indefinitely. Information: (702) TROPICANA Follea Bergere, 739-2222. Indefinitely. Information: (702) UNION PLAZA "I Love My Wife," starring Jerry Clark, also The Mickey Finn Show. Lake Tahoe CAESAR'S TAHOE 12-18. Chuck Berry, July 4-10; Kingston Trio, July BAR RAH? Crystal Gayle through Julv 1; Mac Davis, Lnnnle Shorr, July 2-15; Robin Williams, July 2-4 (2 a.m. show); Mickey Gilley, Johnny Lee, July 16-22. Information: (702) 58ftfl611. Mumberley Inheritance," 7:30-10 p.m., June 29, Grand Terrace Community Center at the corner of Barton Rd. and Vlvienda Ave., one block east of 1-15 on Barton Rd. In Grand Terrace. Anyone interested in helping or joining the new group is Invited to the auditions. Sponsored by Tanager Productions and the Historical and Cultural Society of Grand Terrace. TwrUTE DINNER THEATRE Auditions and rehearsals, 6:30$ p.m., each Wed. for role in series of playlets performed each Sat. at the Fourth Street North Restaurant, Yucalpa. Project is sponsored by Yucalpa Little Theatre. Information: 797-9984 Wednesday evenings. SWEET ADELINES Inland Empire chapter seeking new members, women age 18 and over for barbarshop chorus. Rehearsals, 7 p.m., each Mon. at San Bernardino Valley College, Liberal Arts Building. Information: Francis Anderson, 7943792; Lucille Schuler, 8624724; Donna Tetley, 8255403; Vlckl Ralchl, 8204724 SAHARA Doug Henning, Suzanne Somers through July 7; Rich t . Little, Ann Jtlllan, July 8-25; Tom Jones, July 26-Aug. 4 Pablo Curiae, O U t S I U 6 Aug. 5-11. Information: (800) 648-3322. Reno HARRAH'S Bill Cosby through July 7; Eddie Arnold July 8-21. Information: (702) 786-3232. RENO HILTON "Gauchos tt Girls" revue with South American flavor In the Gilded Cage. MGM GRAND "Hello Hollywood Hello," runs Indefinitely. SAHARA Bal du Moulin Rouge, through Aug. Information: (800) 648-3990. competitions THE MIKADO Gallery Theater auditions, 3-5 p.m. June 26 at theater, corner of C and Lemon streets, Ontario. Needed: 1 tenor lead, 2 bass leads, 1 alto lead, 1 soprano lead, 1 matronly comic soprano, 11 men from 11-60 and 9 girls from 1640. All those auditioning must sing and bring their own sheet music. Accompanist provided. Production scheduled to open Aug. 20 and run 6 weekends. BUS STOP Auditions June 28, 27 for Fontana Mummers production opening Aug. 6 for 10-performance engagement. Tryouta from 2-5 p.m. at theater, 8443 Nuevo Ave., Fontana. Calls for 5 men and 3 women. Information: 822-7003. NEW COMMUNITY THEATER AUDITIONS Auditions for "The RUNS YMCA HM RUN Mt. View St. In San Bernardino, July 4 Registration, 6:30 a.m., YMCA parking lot near 218 W. 6th St. at Arrowhead. 12.50 plus minimum of 3 sponsors, 15 without sponsor sheet. Awards. For all age groups, males and females. For benefit of San Bernardino YMCA, Downtown Branch, Weight Room. BICYCLE MOTO CROSS SAN BERNARDINO YMCA BMX Races scheduled each Friday night. Registration, 6-7 p.m.; racing, 7-9 p.m., YMCA, 6th and Arrowhead, San Bernardino. Fee: 15; ABA membership: $17 per year. Trophies and ribbons. Information: Dave Livingston, 883268. CALIMESA BMX Every Saturday. Sign ups, 9-10 a.m.; racing, 10:30 a.m., 13600 Callmesa Blvd., Callmesa. Information: 797 2378. Fee: $5. ABA Insurance required. BICYCLING RIVERSIDE BICYCLE CLUB Club meets 4th Thurs , 7 30 p.m., Seventh-day Adventlst Church complex, 4850 Jurupa Ave., Riverside. Information: 682-9253. MISCELLANEOUS LAWN BOWLING Redlands Lawn Bowling Club, 1:15 p m Mon.-Sat., 411 N. University St., Redlands (Sylvan Park). Free instruction and equipment for 30 days. Dues: 120 per year. Interclub visitations monthly and club, division and national tournaments. Information: 792-2274, 797-1633, 792-2906. FISHING BERDOO ANGLERS Meet at Bear's Tackle Oasis, 2705 N. Del Rosa, San Bernardino, 7:40 p.m., the 3rd Mon. of each month. Occasional fishing trips, tournaments and activities. Information: Bob Laughton, 883-3575. OCEAN FISHING Imperial Beack Imperial Beach Sportfishlng, 4247843. Su Diego: Fisherman's Landing, 222-0391; Point Loma Sportfishlng, 223-1627; H&M Sportfishlng, 222-1144; Islandia Sportfishlng, 222-1165; Seaforth Sportfishlng, 224-3383. Octamlde: Helgren's Oceanside Sportfishlng, 722-2133. Dana Point Dana Wharf Sportfishlng, 4965794 Newport Beach: Art's Landing, 6750550; Davey's Locker, 673-1434 Seal Beach: Seal Beach Sportfishlng, (213) 431-1374 Long Beack Queen's Wharf, (213) 432-8993; Belmont Landing, (213) 434781. San Pedr Ports O'CaU Sportfishlng, (213) 547-9918; Skipper's 22nd Street Landing, (213) 8324304. Redoodo Beach: Redondo Sportflshing, (213) 372-2111. Santa Moalca: Betty-0 Enterprises, (213) 822-3625; Santa Monica Sportfishlng, (213) 3954230. Mallbn: Mallbu Pier Landing, (2139 4564030. Pt. Dame: Paradise Cove Sportfishlng, (213) 457-2511. RUBIDOUX NATURE CENTER 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Wed.-Sun. on Rlverview Dr., south of Mission and Rubldoux boulevards, Rubldoux. Riverside County Parks wildlife preserve and nature trails, picnic area, small museum In headquarters building and weekly guided programs. HI-DESERT NATURE MUSEUM 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Thurs.-Sat.; 1-5 p.m., Wed. and Sun., 57090 29 Palms Hwy., Yucca Valley. Features various desert displays and collections. Free. LIVING DESERT RESERVE 9 a.m.-5 p.m., dally, 47900 S. Portola Rd., Palm Desert. Nature walks, slide shows, movies, Indian lore and animals. Admission: Adults (17 and over), W 25; children under 17, $1; If accompanied by an adult, children are free. PARRS NATIONAL PARKS JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL MONUMENT Camping, hiking, rock climbing. Information: 367-7511. DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL MONUMENT - Camping, hiking. Information: 786-2331. STATE PARKS TOLL-FREE INFORMATION State park campsites and Hearst Castle reservations: (800) 952-5580, operated by Ticketron. Reservations must be made In person at Ticketron outlets. SILVERWOOD LAKE STATE PARK Fishing, camping, water skiing, picnicking, bike trails, boating, hiking. Open all year. Fees: $5, camping; 12, day use; 12 to bring In boat; seniors, half price. Information: 389-2281. LAKE PERRIS STATE PARK Planned walks, Jr. Ranger program and campflre programs. Fishing, camping, water skiing, picnicking, bike trails, boating, hiking, rock climbing, hunting. Fees: 15, tent camping; RV camping; $2, dav use; seniors, half price. Information: 657-7321. Boat rentals: 6574080. 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