Share/Bookmark Above: Barry and Linda Shapiro with the Town Crier on Oct. 3 at the Ice Museum at Chena Hot Springs, Alaska. Everything in the museum is made from ice, even the glass for an apple martini. Below: Donald Sherman (center) shares his Town Crier, which has the latest news from America, with his British […]
Category: Life in Idyllwild
Share/Bookmark Idyllwild School staged its monthly fire drill on Monday, Oct. 14. The drill highlights the importance of practicing orderly and swift classroom evacuations in the event of an emergency. Photo by Jay Pentrackhttp://idyllwildtowncrier.com/?p=25795&preview=true
Share/BookmarkArts & Entertainment Calendar listings are at the discretion of the editor. Submittal forms can be picked up at the Town Crier, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Wednesday, Oct. 9 Adult Yoga with Trine Bietz, 9-10 a.m.; Senior Game Day, 12:30-3 p.m.; Modern Dance for Kids, 4-5 p.m. Town Hall. Wayne Cameron, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Idyll Awhile Wine […]
Share/Bookmark The Cleveland, Los Padres and San Bernardino National Forests are participating in a one-year visitor survey called the National Visitor Use Monitoring. The survey will be conducted from Oct. 1, 2013 to Sept. 30, 2014. Interviewers will be stationed at key forest roads or exits from recreation areas. They will ask national forest visitors […]
Share/BookmarkWith Avery Field’s photography, others saw Idyllwild … Picture postcards are an ever-popular item in scenic areas such as Idyllwild. We certainly have had our share of commercial photographers, and the most talented was Avery Edwin Field. A family history just published by his grandson, Sidney Edwin Field, brings Avery’s life (1883-1955) and career into […]
Share/Bookmark Driving along Apple Canyon Road on the way to the Yokoji-Zen Center, evidence of the disaster that devastated this once lush and beautiful canyon abounds. The Mountain Fire that began July 15 and burned more than 27,000 acres before it was contained some two weeks later had a devastating effect on the area and […]
From left to right
Isis Theatre Company Board President Suzanne Avalon; Friends of San Jacinto Mountains County Parks representative Jan Jaspers Fayer; Idyllwild School smArts Program representatives Mallory Cremin and Christina Nordella.
Mountain Disaster Preparedness President Mike Feyder; Idyllwild Youth Grantmakers Adrian Hernandez and Chance Vladika; Human Rights Counsel of Greater Hemet Valley, San Jacinto, and Menifee Regions Patty Caratello and Mary Morse.
Idyllwild Scholarship Fund representative Jayne Davis; Idyllwild Arts Foundation representatie Mallory Cremin; Gary Kuscher, Art Alliance of Idyllwild president.
Photos by Jay Pentrack