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Wine in the Pines, for the Good of Idyllwild, July 5th

Idyllwild has many nonprofits whose activities improve the life of the community. Some provide propane for the needy, some entertainment, some educational services, some art lessons and some disaster preparedness assistance. Only one, the Idyllwild Community Fund, has as its sole mission to provide grants to area non-profits to help them meet key project objectives.

The First Annual Idyllwild Community Fund “Wine in the Pines” Social Event

The First Annual Idyllwild Community Fund “Wine in the Pines” Social Event Saturday, July 5, 2014 from 4-7 PM In the Garden at the Rainbow Inn A Very Special Auction and Entertainment Event to Benefit Idyllwild Area Non-Profit Organizations Entry is Free and Everyone is Invited It will be an enchanted time to enjoy a

The Lemon Lily Festival

by Adele Voell In 2010 Kate Kramer, the biologist  for the National Forest Service, Dave Stith an amateur botanist and Doug Yagaloff, a local business owner put out a call to Idyllwild for people to come together in support of the lilium parryi, the Lemon Lily. A group of 15 dedicated locals developed the idea

Introducing Isis Theatre Company

Isis Theatre Company has been Idyllwild’s premiere theatre company since the summer of 2003 when the little-known theatre company produced a 5-man show called “Sundance” on the little-known deck of Café Aroma.  Success followed immediately with 8 smash performances of “Sylvia ” at Town Hall in August of the same year.  The rest, as they

2014 Grantwriting and Technical Assistance Workshop

Karen Lampert, Program Officer at The Community Foundation, will be conducting a grantwriting and technical assistance workshop on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 for Idyllwild nonprofits at the Idyllwild Library community meeting room from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. This hands-on workshop will walk participants through the Idyllwild Community Fund online grant application in addition to providing

Mountain Disaster Preparedness, an ICF Recipient

Thanks to Jayne Davis for this month’s nonprofit writeup. Disaster strikes!!  Earthquake, ‘the big one’, fire, torrential rains, mudslides, extended power failure….are you prepared?  You should be, with supplies to last you and your family for up to seven days.  We who live on this mountain, with only three roads up, are so vulnerable to