The community of Idyllwild and Festival organizers welcome you to Idyllwild’s 2nd-annual Lemon Lily Festival. The 2010 Festival was a huge success and a first step in accomplishing the three ongoing goals of our mission: celebration, education and restoration of our precious native wildflower, the Lemon Lily (Lilium parryi).
Category: Art & Culture
Share/Bookmark “Love Junkie” (Bloomsbury USA, 2008) may sound like a Motown pop song from the 60s. It’s not. It’s a hard-hitting, personally revealing memoir by Rachel Resnick. Reviewers characterize it as disturbing and even terrifying. Resnick appears with Idyllwild Authors Series founder and facilitator Eduardo Santiago at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 17, at B’s Mountain […]
Share/BookmarkOn Thursday, July 21 City Beat, lays down the law with its hard-hitting horn section and popping percussion at the Idyllwild Summer Concert Series (ISCS). The band, composed of serving and retired law enforcement officers (plus a couple ringers), found its target with last summer’s Idyllwild audience with a playlist of Chicago, Tower of Power, […]
Share/BookmarkIdyllwild audiences will have the opportunity to hear one of the foremost Native American musicians, and concert and film composers of the 21st Century. The National Endowment for the Arts named Brent Michael Davids one of the 29 pre-eminent American choral composers for its national “American Masterpiece: Three Centuries of American Artistic Genius,” along with […]
In the early part of the 20th century, a resplendent resident of the San Jacinto Mountains, the lemon lily (Lilium parryi) gently welcomed tourists
Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” was a sold out event at the Caine Learning Center for the three nights it played this weekend. Below, Chris Maxson, right, guides two visitors, Cathy Vasilev, left, from Los Angeles and Idyllwild resident Patty Kaplan, center, on a personal tour of her studio as part of the Art Alliance of Idyllwild Member Studio Tour.
The Quiet Creek Living Room Gallery held a double artist’s reception and exhibition on Saturday, featuring award-winning Plein Air artist Paul Strahm, center, and internationally-recognized ceramist Leslie Thomson (not shown).