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'Center of Idyllwild' mural gets a makeover

‘Center of Idyllwild’ mural gets a makeover

The “Center of Idyllwild” mural on the side of The Fort facing Highway 243 has been restored to its original beauty under the direction of the Art Alliance of Idyllwild (AAI). According to AAI representatives, the mural had not had any restoration work since it was built in 1992. AAI member and artist Darcy Gerdes, left, presents a check for the completion of work, ahead of schedule, to artist J.R Darwin, second from left. Others present for the occasion are, from left, Gary Kuscher, AAI vice president, Reba Coulter, AAI treasurer, and Jan Bruner, AAI member and artist.

Planning begins for 3rd Idyllwild film fest

Planning begins for 3rd Idyllwild film fest

Ticket price reduced for locals …

Idyllwild hosts Halloween parade and carnival

Idyllwild hosts Halloween parade and carnival

Idyllwild’s traditional Pumpkin Carnival and Parade will begin at 4 p.m. at Fern Valley Corners …

Idyllwild parents get a night out

Idyllwild parents get a night out

Town Hall’s first “Parent’s Date Night” in which parents could drop off their children and have a date night in town was a resounding success as 58 youngsters were dropped off to the care of staff on Friday. Oct. 21.

Vientos Trio to perform at Idyllwild Arts

Vientos Trio to perform at Idyllwild Arts

Idyllwild Arts welcomes the Vientos Trio for an evening of chamber music at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28 in Stephens Recital Hall on the Idyllwild Arts campus. The Vientos Trio, is a woodwind ensemble. Its members are Dr. Jennifer Stevenson, clarinet, Michael Kreiner, bassoon, and Ryan Zwahlen, oboe.

Idyllwild Arts 'Company' performs for full house

Idyllwild Arts ‘Company’ performs for full house

“The Company” of the Idyllwild Arts Theatre Department opened and closed its Musical Theatre Fall Cabaret with a hearty rendition of “Another Op’nin’, Another Show” and in between students performed 16 songs to a standing-room-only audience at Rush Hall on Sunday, Oct. 16. Performing “I’m Not” from the Broadway musical “Little By Little” is Idyllwild Arts student Paulina Kurtz. Photo by Cid Castillo

Animals rule at Living Free

Animals rule at Living Free

Bright mountain sunshine filtered by tall pines, oaks and cedars provided the setting for the Arts and Crafts and Vendor Courtyard, which proved to be a very busy place during Living Free Animal Sanctuary’s “It’s All About the Animals” event on Saturday, Oct. 15.

Acorn Day fun, educational

Acorn Day fun, educational

Youngsters had the opportunity to taste “Wiwish,” the Cahuilla Indian’s traditional acorn meal, during Acorn Day held at the Idyllwild Nature Center …

Idyllwild Arts alumni poet returns for reading

Idyllwild Arts alumni poet returns for reading

An audience of students and faculty members listened to Idyllwild Arts (IA) graduate David Shook read his poetry at the Parks Exhibition Center on Friday, Oct. 7. Shook, a 2004 graduate, has gained a reputation as a translator, poet, documentarian and activist.

Attention Idyllwild-area singers!

The Idyllwild Master Chorale (IMC) season began rehearsals this month from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday nights in the music room at Idyllwild School. Singers interested in auditioning and joining the master chorale should contact Dwight Holmes, artistic director and conductor, at (951) 659-2650 or can email from IMC’s website at www.idyllwildmasterchorale.com. The Idyllwild Master […]

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