Home Art & Culture The week in photos: May 18, 2017 Art & CultureOn The Town The week in photos: May 18, 2017 By Halie Wilson - May 18, 2017 1460 0 Facebook Twitter Google+ Gary Kuscher, the newest member of the Idyllwild Rotary Club, is congratulated by Rotary President Roland Gaebert after Kuscher addressed the club at its May 10 meeting. Kuscher spoke about his journey from Delaware to Idyllwild by way of Palm Springs, including stints working for Sonny Bono, the Palm Springs Film Festival and Jazz in the Pines. Now co-owner of Images Gallery, he is planning a laser light show for the evening of July 4th.Photo by Tom Kluzak “Exploring Space” with storyteller Wendy Watts and special help from Michelle Ferrara-Peterson from Astro Camp, Beth Iyaman (above) helped son Solar Iyaman with the Name Rocket craft. Photo courtesy Idyllwild Library After the Idyllwild School Open House, the school orchestra performed a concert. Here, Kylie Camacho plays a violin piece.Photo by Peter Szabadi Besides parents, many students returned to Idyllwild School Thursday evening for the Open House. Here, Lyliann and Kaelynn Johnston check out future assignments on the computer.Photo by Peter Szabadi Randall Leake, of New American Lending, visits with Johnny Wilson, vice president of the Idyllwild Association of Realtors, on Saturday. Wilson was handing out maps in the center of town for the IAOR’s annual open house and home tour.Photo by Shelly McKay The Idyllwild Community Center held a talent show last weekend to raise funds for the future construction. Among the many talented acts and performers was the vocal group Local Color. Photo by Peter Szabadi Paul Simon made a guest appearance, with the help of Chic Fojtik, at the “Idyllwild’s Got Talent” show last weekend.Photo by Peter Szabadi Audience members who attended the “Idyllwild’s Got Talent” fundraiser for the Idyllwild Community Center enjoy an act.Photo by Peter Szabadi The Idyllwild Rotary Anns hosted a Safety Appreciation Luncheon on Wednesday, May 10, at the Idyllwild Fire Department. The annual event drew participants from the numerous government and volunteer organizations that help to make the Hill a safe place to live.Photo by Tom Kluzak LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.