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Category: Life in Idyllwild

Idyllwild Arts student gives free hugs

Idyllwild Arts student gives free hugs

Clubs: Jan. 23, 2014

Art Alliance of Idyllwild The Art Alliance of Idyllwild pulled the names of the miniature deer statue winners at the end of last Thursday’s Idyllwild Community Center Speaker Series. Erich and Patsy Everbach, part-timers and one of the Deer Sighting sponsors, won the miniature doe. Phyllis Mueller and Glen Warren, the Mayor Max staff, won […]

Documentary is a love letter to Idyllwild

Documentary is a love letter to Idyllwild

  “The Herd Gathering” is a new documentary project in development by Scott J. Foster, Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema (IIFC) chair and award-winning writer and producer, multi-talented actor, recording artist and musician. The documentary set to be filmed in Idyllwild features Idyllwild’s newest collaborative art display, “The Deer Sightings,” the Art Alliance of Idyllwild […]

2014 jazz fest brings back familiar names

The 2014 Jazz in the Pines will be familiar to long-time aficionados of local and straight-ahead jazz. Last week, Anne Erikson, president of the Associates of the Idyllwild Arts Foundation, announced the chairs for the August 2014 event — the 21st Idyllwild Jazz in the Pines. She and her associates colleague Pam Goldwasser will be […]

Creature Corner 11.21.2013

Creature Corner 11.21.2013

His name is H.D. — Harley Dog. And this dog loves to ride. High five is one of his faves, as is catching the ball or Frisbee®, or just some good ole laptime. Cause Harley thinks he is part Chihuahua. Such a good boy. Come to ARF and visit Harley but be sure to bring […]

All hands futbol

All hands futbol

Vacation Volcano

Vacation Volcano

USO dance

USO dance

Wendy Watts (left) and husband Chris Watts dance to the 1940s music at the USO Party held at Town Hall on Friday, Nov. 8.

Disaster group makes headway with county

The Mountain Disaster Preparedness group met with several Riverside County officials last week to discuss emergency medical care in case of a disaster such as an earthquake, which might leave the Hill isolated from nearby medical facilities. MDP has been developing plans for providing emergency medical services for more than a year. Among its initiatives […]

Idyllwild’s nature girl Shelley Kibby retiring

Shelley Kibby will retire from the Idyllwild Nature Center this Thursday after 13 years as its interpreter. Kibby came to the Nature Center in 2000 after working for a historic park in Banning, the Gilman Ranch. When the interpreter position became available at the Nature Center, Peggy Parker, an Idyllwild resident (and a big supporter […]

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