The community is invited to a potluck where the children will perform and show off their artwork …
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Sally Hedberg lives in the desert but enjoys staying in Pine Cove in the summer. She loves writing about people; everyone has a story.
Last year, the Idyllwild Community Presbyterian Church sponsored four informative and well-attended seminars dealing with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Starting on July 18, the series has been expanded to six sessions and will run from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays through Aug. 22. The programs are held at the church located at 54400 North Circle Drive […]
The Idyllwild Arts Native Arts Week speaker, architect Hank Louis, gave a new and refreshing perspective on architectural training and education. Louis’ presentation was entitled “Building with Empathy: Homes on the Navajo Reservation.”
Imagine being up close and personal with a butterfly! It’s all about the monarch during Idyllwild Nature Center’s Butterfly Daze, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13. During the day, a butterfly pavilion will be erected on the grounds. Before entering the pavilion, everyone can buy a piece of watermelon for 50 cents. The […]
Chris Johnston has put Idyllwild on the wine map with his award-winning Middle Ridge varietals.
Only four Junior Naturalist Programs remain at the Idyllwild Nature Center. All will be held on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon and cost $3 per child, which includes crafts, hikes and snacks. This Saturday, July 30, the theme is “Envirothoning.” At four separate learning stations children ages 7 to 11 will identify animal skulls, […]
“It all started when my sophomore English teacher at Hemet High School gave the class an assignment to write an essay for the Olive Garden’s Pasta Tales Essay Contest. She told us to use emotion and detail in our writing,” recalls Megan Read. “It was then I decided to write about my horrific soccer accident […]