Idyllwild Arts welcomes Jeff Peterson, one of Hawaii’s most versatile musicians and recently featured on the soundtrack of George Clooney’s film “The Descendants,” for an evening of music at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23 in Stephens Recital Hall on the Idyllwild Arts campus. Peterson is at the heart of the Hawaiian music scene today. His […]
Category: On The Town
The Idyllwild Arts Academy’s Theatre Department presents playwright Neil LaBute’s “The Shape of Things” this weekend. Director Howard Shangraw states, “In Neil LaBute’s play “The Shape of Things,” the question of morality and the nature of art is asked. It challenges us to look at the ethical responsibility involved in the relationship of art and […]
Changes to the events calendar, a new website, a new automated membership system and adjustments to the process for choosing the year’s best artist were announced.
Dr. Charles Zender, University of California, Irvine (UCI), will present “Radioactivity and Wind: The Menace and Promise of Air” as the featured speaker for the Idyllwild Community Recreation Council’s (ICRC) Speaker Series. This is Zender’s second talk for ICRC. In 2009, he spoke about climate change. Zender will focus on concerns in the U.S. that […]
Thirty premieres in the spotlight …
To please the surprisingly diverse character of Idyllwild, local businesses will offer a potpourri of New Year’s Eve events. Festive choices include Las Vegas-style drag and burlesque at the Rustic, a Cheers-like neighborhood gathering at Idyll Awhile, prix fixe dinners and entertainment at a number of our finest eateries and a free party at the […]
Six community members completed a family mentoring training program, which Allan Morphett facilitated. Nine began the training in September and six finished this month. The Rotary Club of Idyllwild paid for all training materials. The non-profit organization Family Promise (www.familypromise.org) developed the training course which is designed to train mentors to assist economically vulnerable families. […]