Recognized Clubs

BVSA Recognized clubs are able to reserve amenities for events, hold fund raisers, and are exempt from "commercial use" status.

To find more about becoming a BVSA Recognized Club, visit our Administrative Services page.

Allies & Album Makers
Contact:
Julie Amstutz
661-821-9000
BVS Cycle Club
Contact:
Zack Crum
zack.crum@gmail.com
Recreational and informative
BVS Friday Night Social Bridge Club
Contact:
Carol Burdick
crlbrbck@yahoo.com
Social interaction and play on Friday nights.
BVS Social Bridge Club
Contact:
Ann Peyton
661-821-0926
Social interaction and play
BVS Swing Dance Club
Contact:
Brian & Martha Hughes
brian.malibu@gmail.com
818-961-4622
Develop a community in BVS that can promote neighborly goodwill through a shared interest in dance. Meet weekly at the OTCC to dance, laugh, and support our amenities with food/beverage purchases after class. Teach basic swing dance and the etiquette of social dance.
BVS Veteran's Association
Contact:
Jed Hannan
Jerseyjed@aol.com
818-414-2430
BVS Wildlife Coalition
Contact:
bvswildlifecoalition@gmail.com
The Bear Valley Springs Wildlife Coalition mission is to promote a community that lives in harmony with nature by protecting and preserving wildlife and their habitat through education and community outreach.
Bear Valley Aquatics Club
Contact:
Kimberly Clow
kclow@sbcglobal.net
A non-profit club with Bear Valley residents who pursue health & wellness at the Bear Valley Pool through water-related activities. Our intent is to promote responsible use and improvement of the BVS Pool Off Season for recreation and fitness designated for lap swimmers and off-season water aerobics.
Bear Valley Springs 4H
Contact:
Ruben Felix
bearvalleysprings4h@gmail.com
Kids and teens complete hands-on projects in areas like health, science, agriculture and civic engagement in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles.
Bear Valley Springs Astronomy Club
Contact:
Interim President - Claude Plymate; Interim Secretary - Anya Norton
claudeplymate@gmail.com
The BVSAC has been formed to bring together interested people to enjoy the beautiful night skies of our valley. The Club is open to people at every level – from complete beginners to astronomy professionals. We plan to have regular meetings and star parties, and numerous public events throughout the year. We also want to educate our residents about the advantages of keeping our skies naturally dark.
See our Event Calendar for a full listing
Wed
Apr
17
Lake Treatment Closure 4-Island Lake
4-Island Lake, beach, and docks CLOSED
6 AM - 12 PM
Fri
Apr
19
Live Music - Cary Park
Oak Branch Saloon
8:00 pm
Sat
Apr
20
Fred Hicks: Adult Intro to Fishing Seminar
Green Room at the Whiting Center
9 AM - 12 PM
Sat
Apr
20
Live Music - Elevation 406
Oak Branch Saloon
8:00 pm
Mon
Apr
22
Baseball Camp Sign-ups Start Non-Resident
Whiting Center & Online
8 AM
Fri
Apr
26
Live Music- Grievance
Oak Branch Saloon
8:00 pm