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Crystalaire Coming Events

March 2 Birthday Night *reservations required
March 3 Llano "Winter" Open - Open 'T'
CWGA Meeting @ 3 pm
March 4 Couples - Open 'T'
March 5 60+ League @ Victoria
March 7 Burbank CC Golf - 10 am - 1st tee
March 10 Skins
Westwinds Golf - 11 am - 20 players
Trivia Night *reservations required
March 11 Daylight Saving Time Begins (set your clocks ahead 1 hr. Saturday Night)
March 13 Ladies Team @ Antelope Valley
Boys Golden League - 1:30 pm - 9 holes
March 15 Boys Golden League - 1:30 pm - 9 holes
March 17 St. Patrick's Green Ball Tournament
St. Patrick's Dinner Karaoke *reservations required
March 18 Sri Lanka Tournament - 1 pm - 50 players
March 20 Taco Tuesday *reservations required
March 22 Ladies' Guest Day
March 23 Birthday Night *reservations required
March 24 Skins
Men's President's Cup Rnd. 1 - 9 am
Shootout #1
March 25 Men's President's Cup Rnd. 2 - 9 am
March 27 Ladies' Team Play @ Spring Valley Lake
March 28 Men's Guest Day
Pasta Night *reservations required
March 29 60+ League - 11 am shotgun - 32 players
March 30 Good Friday
*Call (661) 944-2111 for information about reservations or assigned Tee Times.

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PLAY GOLF CRYSTALAIRE (Members and Invited Guests- find out how you can become an invited guest!)

SPEND THE WEEKEND - Crystalaire LODGES (661) 944-1231 or Camp by the lake

TAKE A GLIDER RIDE-- Southern California Soaring Academy - 5 minutes away

An experienced FAA certified commercial pilot will take you soaring over the beautiful desert landscape and the mountains of the Angeles National Forest.

PICK FRESH FRUIT- 5 minutes away

WRIGHTWOOD - Ski in the Winter and ZIPLINE in the Summer

Wrightwood Mountain High - 25 minutes away

The Big Pines Region of the Angeles National Forest is rich in skiing heritage. More than 80 years ago, winter enthusiasts made their way up Highway 2 from to a ski resort near Los Angeles to sled, slide, and ski at Big Pines Park. Mountain High is proud to recognize the forefathers who laid the groundwork for what is now Southern California's most popular ski resort.

Wrightwood is possibly the best kept secret for mountain vacationing. An easy drive from Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego counties with no winding 'mountain' roads makes getting here a pleasure. Of course, many people enjoy coming in the 'back' way for a leisurely drive where the curves add to the fun. Plan to stay a few days to absorb the beauty and pristine blue sky. Whether you are looking for a pampered Bed & Breakfast experience, a simple 'home base' for your adventures or anything in between, you will be sure to find the perfect accommodations.

Craving excitement? Look no further. Ziplines at Pacific Crest is located just 75 miles from Los Angeles, right above Rancho Cucamonga in the San Gabriel Mountains next to Mountain High Resort. Both of our zipline courses are literally built in the trees, enabling you to truly be in the environment, zipping from one platform to the next.

HIKING- Devils Punchbowl Park 20 minutes away

The Devil's Punchbowl County Park consists of 1,310 acres and was opened in December 1963. The forty acres where the nature center is located was once in private ownership and was purchased by the County of Los Angeles because of its unique features. Surrounding U.S. Forest Service lands were then added to enhance the park. The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation now operates this area as one of its Natural Areas facilities. The Ranger on duty or Volunteer Naturalist will be happy to assist you and answer any questions that you may have. The Devil's Punchbowl Nature Center is designed to assist you in learning more about the flora, fauna, and the geological features of the park.



The AV Indian Museum is a wonderful place to visit. They have an excellent collection of Indian artifacts to view and some small hiking trails. There is a small entrance fee, but it is worth it. The website to the left has information and thousands of photographs of artifacts.


MEDITATE/SPIRITUAL-- St. Andrews Abbey 20 minutes away

The Monastic Community at Valyermo was founded in China in 1929 by the Abbey of Sint Andries Zevenkerken in Brugge, Belgium. The monks prayed, taught, and worked in China until they were expelled by the communists in 1952. In 1955 the community relocated at Valyermo in the foothills of the San Gabriel mountains. Since that time the monks have sought to live out St. Benedict's precept to "prefer nothing to the love of Christ" in the High Desert of Southern California.


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