Robin Johnson, dancer, professor and Hill volunteer

  Professional dancer and university professor Robin Johnson is in motion even when sitting still. There is a quality of gracious good humor, enthusiasm and...

Idyllwild Arts walks back in time: An oral history of the...

Beginning this week, Idyllwild Arts is reviving the oral tradition of sharing and learning history. For each of the next four weeks, a different speaker...

Walter Parks speaks at Idyllwild Arts

By Sally Hedberg Special to the Town Crier In preparation for its 70th anniversary next year, Idyllwild Arts is hosting the Throwback Summer Lecture Series free...

It’s time for the Lemon Lily Festival: Next weekend full of...

The sixth-annual Lemon Lily Festival begins Thursday, July 9, with the increasingly popular and favorite Lemon Lily Launch and the Taste of Idyllwild. Then...

Idyllwild’s Fourth of July: And it’s on Saturday

For newcomers to the Hill, American Independence Day, the Fourth of July, is Idyllwild’s most iconic holiday. Beginning with the 14th-annual Idyllwild Rotary Club-sponsored...

Artist Linda Lauderbaugh creates in a rainbow of media

Artist Linda Lauderbaugh does it all – commercial displays, murals, fine art, sculptures, garden art and her current favorite, art using recycled glass. She...

CLUBS: Soroptimists

Soroptimist club honors local women, gets new member

Wine in the Pines to raise Idyllwild Community funds

The Idyllwild Community Fund Advisory Committee is throwing a party and everyone is invited. Enjoy a fine wine bar, craft beer by local brewer Don...

Native American Art Festival coming

 By Sally Hedberg Special to the Town Crier   Beginning with an opening live painting demonstration at 6:30 p.m.,  Sunday, June 28 and culminating with an entertaining...

Idyllwild Authors Series may have future seasons

Circumstances have changed since Eduardo Santiago, founder of the Idyllwild Authors Series, announced this season, the fifth, would be the last. Local bibliophiles can now...
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