Once a year, the Art Alliance of Idyllwild treats visitors to a double-dip of fun — a look at some of the region’s most outstanding art and a peek behind the curtain to see how the work is creaated. It’s the AAI’s Judged Artist Member’s Show and Working Artist Gallery Tour, which showcases the entire […]
Category: On The Town
The Art Alliance of Idyllwild is on a mission to enhance Idyllwild’s reputation for art by establishing a new marketing niche as a public arts town. Planning is underway to permanently install 15 full-size aluminum deer in 10 public locations throughout the village. Local artists will use acrylics to paint each deer with its own […]
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“There are many reasons to use native plants locally,” said horticulturist Harold Voorheis. He, along with co-presenters Jackie Lasater and Ben White, will discuss the virtues of planting natives in local gardens at the Thursday, May 16, Idyllwild Community Recreation Council’s Speaker Series. As the title of their talk, “The Importance of Native Plants in […]
The Idyllwild Lemon Lily Festival, July 13 and 14, enters its fourth year faced with germination challenges. Propagating the lily from native seeds is a time-consuming and difficult job that takes years to consummate. Growing the festival itself is no less difficult. Both take a core of dedicated volunteers that expands as the festival grows […]
The Art Alliance of Idyllwild is seeking artists and sponsors for an ambitious public art project. The project plans to permanently place 15 life-size aluminum deer, stags, fawns and does at 10 Idyllwild businesses. The purpose of the project is to enhance Idyllwild’s image as an art mecca and launch a drive to create more […]
Hoegaarden is a small town located in Flanders, Belgium. Historically known for a wit style ale, the town ceased brewing the style in 1955. Witbier is a top-fermented style ale that often has a very hazy, white appearance. Witbiers historically used a variety of spices and other ingredients instead of hops.
The plans for the Idyllwild Community Center, including the 6,000-square-foot Butterfield Family Center, the amphitheatre, the park and sculpture garden, and all of the parking areas and access roads are in the final stages of development.