Idyllwild Vacation Rentals held an Open House on Saturday, Oct. 29 in its new location at Village Centre. Co-owner Dick Rennick, left, and wife Lorrie, at right, talk with homeowners Connie and David Speltz from Los Angeles. Co-owner Maxey Sparks was not available for the photo.
Category: On The Town
Long-time Idyllwild resident Teri Hardy also went to high school here, at the Desert Sun School, class of ’63. AstroCamp now occupies the site in Saunders Meadow. She remembers that students at the boarding school were close. Graduating classes numbered in the 20s. Among the school’s graduates is Frank Sinatra Jr., class of ’61. Sinatra, […]
Members of the Horseless Carriage Club of America, most of which drove here from La Jolla-San Diego area, gathered on Sunday morning to begin the trek home.
On Monday, Oct. 17, Idyllwild Arts went on an all-school hike from the tram around Round Valley. Here, Andrew Leeson (Creative Writing faculty), Ivey Tso (Moving Pictures major) and Michelle McMillan (Dance major) are seen crossing a log.
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.
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.
“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