Rotarians from Southern Africa visit Idyllwild

Seven members of Rotary Clubs in Botswana and South Africa spent a few days in Idyllwild, from June 19 to 21, as part of...

Idyllwild’s Fourth of July: Wholesome, small-town Americana

It’s not big, it’s not boisterous, it’s not ostentatious. It’s small-town America at its most wholesome and charming. That is Idyllwild’s iconic Independence...

Changing lives for 44 years

Local Soroptimists celebrate anniversary By Shanna Robb Special to the Town Crier Forty-four years ago, 38 local women came together with the mission to change the lives...

11-year-old with Idyllwild connection wins competition

By Scott Schroeder Special to the Town Crier Solange Signoret and her sister Juliette have performed in Idyllwild Arts Summer Program musicals and drama productions for...

What makes an entertainer? Ask Chic Fojtik

What is it that causes your eye to go to one person on stage rather that a host of others? Why do you want...

Summer Concerts remain at the ICC site for 2017

Lisa Haley and her Zydekats open the season Thursday, July 6

Idyllwild Arts Native American Arts Festival Week a highlight

The annual Native American Arts Festival Week is a cultural gemstone in the Idyllwild Arts Summer Program offerings. This year’s theme is “Native American...

Bob Krone’s 50-year reflections on the Associates

Editor’s note: In celebration of the Associates of Idyllwild Arts Foundation’s 50th anniversary, Bob Krone, son of Idyllwild School of Music and the...

Idyllwild Dog Park dedicated in Rick Barker’s honor

Rick Barker, much-loved Idyllwild author and community volunteer, served on the Idyllwild Community Center board and was an advocate for the Idyllwild Dog Park,...

Plein Air competition winners announced

This past Friday kicked off a weekend full of live art in Idyllwild hosted by the Art Alliance of Idyllwild. During the Friday live...
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