| September 20, 2011 |
Idyllwild Garden Club member Pat Hughes, foreground, discusses plants with visitors at one of the homes on the Home Tour. Photo: Cid Castillo
On Friday, Sept. 16, the day before the 11th Annual Idyllwild Home Tour, members of the Idyllwild Area Historical Society, homeowners and docents gathered to prepare for the tour and coordinate the efforts of the docents preparing to host more than 400 people expected at the next day’s event.
Residents acted as docents at homes whose owners opened their doors to visitors during the Idyllwild Area Historical Society 11th Annual Home Tour.
People enjoy the uninterrupted view of Black Mountain and the Hemet Valley from the decks of one the homes on the Idyllwild Area Historical Society’s 11th Annual Home Tour. Photos below: Barry Zander
Bob and Gisela Stearns read the program and purchase their tour tickets outside the Historical Society’s Museum before heading to stop no. 1.
The Home Tour was again a success; this year more than 400 people visited one or more of the stops. Here, one of the local streets was completely filled with cars while the people enjoy the architecture and interior design.
Category: Art & Culture, On The Town
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