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Community Center is first Speaker Series topic

The Idyllwild Community Center is presenting the Speaker Series premiere at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, at the Rainbow Inn at 54420 N. Circle Dr., with “ICC …Past, Present and Future.” Speakers Bob Smith of the Idyllwild Area Historical Society will present the past with a historical overview of the ICC property; Robert Priefer, ICC […]

Halloween parade and carnival

Idyllwild’s annual Great Pumpkin Parade begins at the top of North Circle Drive at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31. The parade ends downtown where the Great Pumpkin Carnival kicks off from 5 to 8 p.m. The carnival includes game booths, bounce houses and costume contests — fun for the entire family. The carnival benefits the […]

Garner Valley witches

Garner Valley witches

    Members of the Garner Valley Women’s Group dressed as witches and flew to Idyllwild’s Restaurant Gastrognome Tuesday, Oct. 15, for lunch. From left, Lisa Sawyers, Julie Nolden, Beverly Bartlett, Timmie Martens, Alice Wall, Katie Yoon, Nancy Jones and Athena Geges. Up front is Iris Yoon, 3. Photo by David Yoon      

Halloween offers scary fun

Halloween offers scary fun

Runners and zombies race through the woods Saturday during the first Idyllwild Zombie Run. Zombies in full attack mode tried to pull the runners’ red flags before they reached the finish line at Idyllwild’s Ghost Town. Photo by Jenny Kirchner         You can run, but you can’t hide; Halloween is approaching fast […]

Garden railroads gain local steam

One way to take a garden from ordinary to extraordinary is by adding a model railroad. A personal railway system may be integrated with plants, rocks and boulders, bridges, tunnels and buildings (churches, stores and shops, and a rail station). The possibilities are endless. Garden railroads are popular worldwide and several have found their way […]

Ghosts, goblins and zombies invade Idyllwild

It’s baaaack! All manner of frightful characters will take over the town of Idyllwild this Halloween. The Idyllwild Community Center kicks off the Halloween season with Ghost Town — Oct. 18, 19, 25, 26, 31, and Nov. 1 and 2, now in its 10th year. Live actors and animatronics set the stage for a frightfully […]

Art Walk a big success

Art Walk a big success

The Art Alliance of Idyllwild concluded another very successful year, said President Gary Kuscher. “The 2013 Art Walk and Wine Tasting was outstanding. I’m very happy with the results,” he said. Once again, the event established record attendance, Kuscher gushed. “It was sold out and everything went smoothly.” He said AAI purchased 1,224 wine glasses. […]

Jazz fest 2014 going forward

Idyllwild Jazz in the Pines will be returning, said Anne Erikson, president of the Associates of Idyllwild Arts Foundation, who produce the event. The 20th Jazz in the Pines was another success, and Erikson is very positive about the upcoming 21st festival. The dates will be Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 16 and 17, and the […]

Service Industry Night in town

The Lumbermill Bar and Grill is hosting Service Industry Night on Sundays for local people who work in the service industry. Billy Sheppard DJs the event from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Drinks and appetizers are specially priced.

Afterschool program at Rustic

From 3 to 6 p.m. beginning Tuesday, Oct. 8, the Rustic Theatre will open its doors after school for kids who need a safe place to be. Owners Phil and Barbara Calderone and Cheryl Vladika are setting up tables and chairs for games, Xbox and even homework help. For more information, call the Rustic Theatre […]

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