PHOTOS: This Week in Idyllwild: October 6, 2016

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Dancers from Ballet Folklorico of St. Hyacinth’s Academy in San Jacinto performed in traditional attire as part of the Autumnal Equinox Celebration at Spirit Mountain Retreat in Idyllwild on Sunday, Sept. 26.  The observance honored the Mexican heritage of Southern California, as well as the coming of autumn.Photo by Barry Zander

Dancers from Ballet Folklorico of St. Hyacinth’s Academy in San Jacinto performed in traditional attire as part of the Autumnal Equinox Celebration at Spirit Mountain Retreat in Idyllwild on Sunday, Sept. 26.  The observance honored the Mexican heritage of Southern California, as well as the coming of autumn. Photo by Barry Zander

 

Martha Lumia and friend Mizzi Diamond enjoy the “Corks and Color” exhibition Friday at Middle Ridge Winery and Tasting Gallery.Photo by Chandra Lynn

Martha Lumia and friend Mizzi Diamond enjoy the “Corks and Color” exhibition Friday at Middle Ridge Winery and Tasting Gallery. Photo by Chandra Lynn

 

Throw the Goat performed at the Rustic Theater Friday, Sept. 30. Band members (from left) are Brian “Puke” Parnell, guitar and vocals; Scotty Incognito, drums and vocals; and Michael Schnalzer, bass and lead vocals. Photo by Alan Berlanger

Throw the Goat performed at the Rustic Theater Friday, Sept. 30. Band members (from left) are Brian “Puke” Parnell, guitar and vocals; Scotty Incognito, drums and vocals; and Michael Schnalzer, bass and lead vocals.
Photo by Alan Berlanger

 

Julie Pendray, former journalist and television host in San Diego, delivered a talk to the Idyllwild Rotary Club on Sept. 28 on the Pacific Crest Trail towns that host the hikers between Idyllwild and the Canadian border. Shown with Pendray is Rotary President Marc Kassouf. Photo by Thom Wallace

Julie Pendray, former journalist and television host in San Diego, delivered a talk to the Idyllwild Rotary Club on Sept. 28 on the Pacific Crest Trail towns that host the hikers between Idyllwild and the Canadian border. Shown with Pendray is Rotary President Marc Kassouf.
Photo by Thom Wallace

 

On Friday, Sept. 30, volunteers (from left, Amanda Allen, park interpreter, Carla Mann, Kate Kramer and Paul Jensen) at the Idyllwild Nature Center begin planting Lemon Lily bulbs to help restore the threatened species to its native habitat. Photo by JP Crumrine

On Friday, Sept. 30, volunteers (from left, Amanda Allen, park interpreter, Carla Mann, Kate Kramer and Paul Jensen) at the Idyllwild Nature Center begin planting Lemon Lily bulbs to help restore the threatened species to its native habitat. Photo by JP Crumrine

 

Michael Dwyer performed Sunday afternoon at Ferro. Photo by Alan Berlanger

Michael Dwyer performed Sunday afternoon at Ferro.
Photo by Alan Berlanger

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