Noel Alumit, author of “Talking to the Moon,” answers questions from the audience regarding his book at B’s Mountain of Books during another Idyllwild Authors Series presentation Sunday, July 10.
Category: On The Town
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).
Share/Bookmark WEDNESDAY July 13 Lemon Lily Festival Open House Reception 5:30–7:30pm @ Idyllwild Nature Center Open to the Community (no day use fee required) • Appetizers & Drinks • Festival Sponsor recognition program at 6pm • Silent Art Auction (items on display in Community Room) FRIDAY July 15 9am–4pm @ Idyllwild Nature Center • Nature […]
Share/BookmarkAnnamarie Padula is a local resident and a brilliant quilter. For the second year, she and friend Nancy Borchers have collaborated in designing a quilt to be raffled to raise money for lemon lily propagation (see cover photo). “Nancy drew the flowers,” said Padula. The checkerboard blue background was Padula’s pick. “It looks like the […]
Share/BookmarkNoel Alumit, author of “Talking to the Moon” and “Letters to Montgomery Clift,” talks with Idyllwild Authors Series host Eduardo Santiago at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 10, at B’s Mountain of Books in Idyllwild. “Talking to the Moon” (Carroll & Graf Publishers 2007), Alumit’s second novel, is a fictional account growing out of an actual […]