Voters swamp the polls to elect their favorite candidate as Idyllwild’s next mayor …
Category: Art & Culture
Idyllwild resident Erec Von Seggern won the California Federation of Woman’s Club Young Musicians’ 2012 Music Competition. Erec is a sophomore at Hemet High School. His band director, Dan Bolton, informed him about the scholarship opportunity which the Hemet Woman’s Club sponsors. Three awards on the state level were presented — one to a vocalist, […]
The Idyllwild Public Library is sponsoring a summer reading program with the the “Dream Big — Read!” to encourage and to promote reading and library use. Registration is open to children and young adults. Prizes will be awarded for books read at the completion of program. Those signing up will also receive a prize. The […]
More than 200 Idyllwild residents came to the open house held by Fern Creek Medical Center on Saturday, June 2. The medical center festooned its premises with half a dozen gazebos housing live entertainment by the Bill Sheppard & Max Gringo Ensemble, wine by local vintners Middle Ridge Winery, BIA testing, musical entertainment by violinist Dottie Goldfarb and delicious catering served by local Gary’s Deli.
Eduardo Santiago’s popular Idyllwild Author Series will feature a two for one bonus on Sunday, June 17. Amy Friedman and Dennis Danziger, two writers who happen to be married to each other will be the next guest speakers. Friedman is the author of the long-running syndicated newspaper column and series of audio books, “Tell Me […]
Michael Jaime-Becerra (right) was the featured author on Sunday afternoon at the INK Bookstore’s 2nd Annual Author Series. Becerra talked about his book of short stories, “Every Night Is Ladies’ Night” and his novel, “This Time Tomorrow.” Eduardo Santiago (left), who also grew up in El Monte, Calif., organizes the series and asks the first questions.
The race and campaign for Mayor of Idyllwild is heating up. The election (June 11 through June 13) is only days away. The competition is almost animal-like. Given the gravity of this election, the Town Crier has asked Monk to contact and sniff out the candidates. The winner will be inaugurated July 1.
Three questions were posed to each candidate and their manager. First, what experience does the candidate have leading the pack? Second, what is the candidate’s vision for Idyllwild should they win? And what is the candidate’s campaign slogan?
Sandi Castleberrry (right), playing guitar, and Paul Carman, on the saxophone, entertained the students of Idyllwild School on Friday with “Roots of America Music.” Eight students participated playing a variety of musical instruments (from left) are: Madelyn Bueno, Dylan Reinhart, Grace McKimson, Nicola Sabin, Madison Hawkins, Brighten Millhaus, Emily Hill and Pierce Pramuka.