PHOTOS: This week in Idyllwild: May 26, 2016

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Kindergarten students at Idyllwild School performed the “Three Piggy Opera” Friday. Photo by Cheryl Basye

Kindergarten students at Idyllwild School performed the “Three Piggy Opera” Friday.
Photo by Cheryl Basye

 

Among the first award winners at Idyllwild School were outstanding attendance winners (from left) Abigail White, Boston Hamblin, Hannah Grove, Giovanni Garcia, James Clark, Finneas Carpenter, and Emily Brosterhaus Agner. Abigail, Boston, Hannah and Finneas are second graders and Giovanni, James, and Emily first grade students. Photo by John Drake

Among the first award winners at Idyllwild School were outstanding attendance winners (from left) Abigail White, Boston Hamblin, Hannah Grove, Giovanni Garcia, James Clark, Finneas Carpenter, and Emily Brosterhaus Agner. Abigail, Boston, Hannah and Finneas are second graders and Giovanni, James, and Emily first grade students.
Photo by John Drake

 

Abigail White is presented a Six Flags Park certificate by Idyllwild School Principal Matt Kraemer and “Rocky” along with classmates Tyler Sonnier and McKenna Lovett for perfect attendance. Photo by John Drake

Abigail White is presented a Six Flags Park certificate by Idyllwild School Principal Matt Kraemer and “Rocky” along with classmates Tyler Sonnier and McKenna Lovett for perfect attendance.
Photo by John Drake

 

Lifestream’s Anna Lopez draws blood from Patty Hudson at the IFPD Blood Drive, Saturday at the Idyllwild Fire Station.  Photo by John Drake

Lifestream’s Anna Lopez draws blood from Patty Hudson at the IFPD Blood Drive, Saturday at the Idyllwild Fire Station.
Photo by John Drake

 

Terry and Sheilah Bellew celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a trip to Australia/New Zealand. The couple built their Timberpeg Post and Beam home 25 years ago on Wayne Drive.Photo courtesy the Bellews

Terry and Sheilah Bellew celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a trip to Australia/New Zealand. The couple built their Timberpeg Post and Beam home 25 years ago on Wayne Drive. Photo courtesy the Bellews

 

Walter Parks (center, in red shirt), a resident of Idyllwild for more than 50 years, presented “70 Years of History at Idyllwild Arts” at the Silver Pines Lodge on Thursday May 19. A long time board member of the Idyllwild Arts Foundation, Parks described the decade-by-decade progress of the school.  Photo by Tom Kluzak

Walter Parks (center, in red shirt), a resident of Idyllwild for more than 50 years, presented “70 Years of History at Idyllwild Arts” at the Silver Pines Lodge on Thursday May 19. A long time board member of the Idyllwild Arts Foundation, Parks described the decade-by-decade progress of the school.
Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

Joe Miglore, a very knowledgeable amateur geologist and hardworking volunteer with the Friends of the Desert Mountains, explains the geology of the San Jacinto Mountains to a packed conference room at the Idyllwild Library on May 18. Sponsored by the Friends of the Idyllwild Library, his fascinating presentation described the origins of our mountains from the interactions of tectonic plates hundreds of millions of years ago to the time when this land was part of a super-continent. Photo by Tom Kluzak

Joe Miglore, a very knowledgeable amateur geologist and hardworking volunteer with the Friends of the Desert Mountains, explains the geology of the San Jacinto Mountains to a packed conference room at the Idyllwild Library on May 18. Sponsored by the Friends of the Idyllwild Library, his fascinating presentation described the origins of our mountains from the interactions of tectonic plates hundreds of millions of years ago to the time when this land was part of a super-continent.
Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

Riverside County Ordinance 927 was written at the end of last year to regulate short-term vacation rentals. The motivation for writing the ordinance was because of the Coachella Valley and its music festivals. It also covers rural areas like Temecula’s wine country and Idyllwild. When the Idyllwild Association of Realtors got news of this from an article written in the Town Crier, there were certain sections that were seen to be problematic for our mountain community, such as street parking and occupancy limits. So, a subcommittee was formed to address these issues. Meeting last Friday with 3rd District Supervisor Chuck Washington (second from left) at the Idyllwild Library were subcommittee members Johnny Wilson (left) and (from left, center) Marge Muir, Sheila Zacker and Trischa Clark. Revisions have been made to allow on-street parking in the Idyllwild and Pine Cove areas.      Photo by Verne Lauritzen

Riverside County Ordinance 927 was written at the end of last year to regulate short-term vacation rentals. The motivation for writing the ordinance was because of the Coachella Valley and its music festivals. It also covers rural areas like Temecula’s wine country and Idyllwild. When the Idyllwild Association of Realtors got news of this from an article written in the Town Crier, there were certain sections that were seen to be problematic for our mountain community, such as street parking and occupancy limits. So, a subcommittee was formed to address these issues. Meeting last Friday with 3rd District Supervisor Chuck Washington (second from left) at the Idyllwild Library were subcommittee members Johnny Wilson (left) and (from left, center) Marge Muir, Sheila Zacker and Trischa Clark. Revisions have been made to allow on-street parking in the Idyllwild and Pine Cove areas. Photo by Verne Lauritzen

 

Paul Carman, on sax, Marshall Hawkins, on bass, and Barnaby Finch, on piano, entertained members of Idyllwild Arts Foundation Saturday. The concert was originally scheduled for the Lilac Gardens on South Circle, but cold weather caused a postponement until Saturday, and it moved indoors.Photo by John Drake

Paul Carman, on sax, Marshall Hawkins, on bass, and Barnaby Finch, on piano, entertained members of Idyllwild Arts Foundation Saturday. The concert was originally scheduled for the Lilac Gardens on South Circle, but cold weather caused a postponement until Saturday, and it moved indoors. Photo by John Drake

 

Forced inside because of the cool weather on Saturday evening, May 21, the Tom Hynes Jazz Trio still entertained Ferro diners. From left are Dan St. Marseille on sax, Hynes on guitar and Marshall Hawkins on bass, each very familiar to jazz fans in Idyllwild. They combined to present a welcome addition to patrons’ meals. Photo by Tom Kluzak

Forced inside because of the cool weather on Saturday evening, May 21, the Tom Hynes Jazz Trio still entertained Ferro diners. From left are Dan St. Marseille on sax, Hynes on guitar and Marshall Hawkins on bass, each very familiar to jazz fans in Idyllwild. They combined to present a welcome addition to patrons’ meals.
Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

Cheyenne Womack entertained the patrons of the Aroma Café on Monday, May 23 with his solo guitar renditions, interesting quiet and provocative melodies that enhanced the dinner experience.  Photo by Tom Kluzak

Cheyenne Womack entertained the patrons of the Aroma Café on Monday, May 23 with his solo guitar renditions, interesting quiet and provocative melodies that enhanced the dinner experience. Photo by Tom Kluzak

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