Home Art & Culture On The Town PHOTOS This Week in Idyllwild: November 17, 2016 Art & CultureOn The Town PHOTOS This Week in Idyllwild: November 17, 2016 By Idyllwild Town Crier - November 17, 2016 1982 0 Facebook Twitter Google+ On Thursday, Nov. 10, Owen Zorn, Paul Carman and Bo Dagnall performed at Jazz Poetry Night at Café Aroma.Photo by Peter Szabadi Monday night, Nov. 14, a super moon appeared on the Idyllwild horizon. A super moon is when a full moon appears and its orbit is closest to the Earth, magnifying its apparent size. The next super moon will be Nov. 25, 2034. Photo by Peter Szabadi Author, actor and director Tim Mooney performs “Breakneck Hamlet” at Idyllwild Arts on Monday, Nov. 14. Condensing all of Hamlet into a single hour, interspersed with a few comic asides, Mooney amazed the students, faculty and guests with his performance. Photo by Tom Kluzak Author, actor and director Tim Mooney performs “Breakneck Hamlet” at Idyllwild Arts on Monday, Nov. 14. Condensing all of Hamlet into a single hour, interspersed with a few comic asides, Mooney amazed the students, faculty and guests with his performance. Photo by Tom Kluzak Phyllis Mueller and Joe McNabb began hanging the Christmas lights on the sequoia at Jo’An’s Monday. Idyllwild’s 56th-annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony will be Saturday, Nov. 26, and is sponsored by Soroptimist International of Idyllwild. Photo by JP Crumrine On Tuesday, Nov. 8, local chocolatier Erik Landis, owner of El Buen Cacao, talked about “From Bean to Bar: Sweet Art of Making Chocolate” at the Idyllwild Library. Photo by Amy Righetti On Friday, Nov. 11, the annual Veterans Day Ceremony was held at the American Legion Post 800. Here (from left) Marine veteran Fred Maholland, Navy veteran Richmond Blake, Navy veteran Gary Vail and SAL member Jim Nutter fire a ceremonial volley while Navy veteran Cid Castillo plays “Taps” to bring the ceremony to an end.Photo by Alan Belanger The Idyllwild HELP Center’s annual Health Fair was at Fern Creek Medical Center Saturday, Nov. 12. Flu shots are one of the popular features. Here, Lyliann Johnston is getting vaccinated while her father Casey and sister Kaelynn watch.Photo by Amy Righetti Musical Director Scott Hosfeld bows in response to the audience’s thunderous applause at the end of the Idyllwild Arts Symphony Orchestra concert Saturday, Nov. 12, in the Lowman Concert Hall. The orchestra, including viola soloist Yun-Chieh Jenny Sung (not pictured), masterfully performed works by Vaughan-Williams, Bloch and Mendelssohn.Photo by Tom Kluzak The Missoula Children’s Theatre returned to Idyllwild and helped produce “Rumplestiltskin” with local students. It was performed on Friday and Saturday at Idyllwild School. Photo by Vic Scavarda 17, LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.