Kids get an education about caterpillars and butterflies from “Ms. Nickie,” Nicola Watts, during Story Time at the Idyllwild Library Monday morning. Photo by Steven King
Spring flowers are a harbinger of Idyllwild’s perseverance. New Year 2019 has been very wet — rain and snow — as well as very cold, But spring is coming. The daffodils are blooming and Idyllwild is coming back, too.
Photo by JP Crumrine
Folk gather at the “Common Garden” to learn about and then plant various seeds on the grounds of the Idyllwild Community Garden and Education Center last Saturday. Photo by Steven King
On March 29, American Legion Post 800 recognized National Vietnam War Veterans Day to honor those who served during that time. Dave Fraser shows some of his memorabilia he has collected over the years and that he brought back from his time overseas. Photo by Jenny Kirchner
Nature Center Ranger Steve Perez (third from right) hosted a meeting for Idyllwild hospitality businesses last Thursday night. Attending (from left) were Gary Parton, Alpenglow Lilacs; Bill Tell, Mile High Radio Club; Les Gin, Idyllwild Life; Helen Hixon, Mountain Pottery; Lily Sanchez, The Grand Idyllwild Lodge; Clayton Troxell, Buckhorn Camp; Kendyl Rizea, Buckhorn Camp; Lisa Streeter, Idyllwild Town Crier; Marcie and Gary Erb, Fern Valley Inn; Perez; Kimberly Reyes, County Parks; and Mary Rider, Friends of the San Jacinto Mountain County Parks. Photo by Peter Szabadi
Dr. Charles “Chip” Schelly (left), local chiropractor, spoke at the Idyllwild Rotary meeting Wednesday, March 27, about how to live to be 100. President Chris Scott thanks him after his talk with the gift of a Rotary coffee mug.
 Photo by Becky Clark
Kaitlin Elizabeth Victor joined John King and Change Required for Friday’s performance at Middle Ridge Winery Tasting Gallery. Photo by Peter Szabadi
Chris Doshier performed at Idyll Awhile Wine Shoppe Sunday afternoon, filling the bar with acoustic vocals and guitar riffs. 
Photo by Jenny Kirchner