With summer in full swing, families may be looking for something fun for their kids to do while on school break... Just think back to when you were a kid when summer break meant crafts, freeze tag and ice cream socials outside with your friends. Well, Town Hall in Idyllwild will give your children the chance to experience all of that and more for themselves! Town Hall was originally built in 1946-47 by local volunteers and ever since then it has been providing fun recreational activities for families.
Have you ever thought about going to the moon? Have you ever defeated a giant and the top of a Beanstalk? Well you can do that anytime you want right here in town at the Riverside County Idyllwild Library. With a state-of-the-art facility complete with computers, community room and children's reading corner, you and your kids can enjoy many different adventures. All you need is a library card and your imagination.
On August 15th and 16th, Idyllwild Arts will present the 22nd installment of one of the mountain community’s flagship events, Jazz in the Pines....
The day could not have been more beautiful. A few clouds danced through an otherwise brilliant sky, a light wind ruffled the lake surface, several kites flew nearby and people clustered around picnic tables as an expectant crowd of mostly young swimmers waited to be the first to swim in the lake.
From the moment you call in to our office to the time when you are finished with your visit, you will have experienced the utmost in personalized care by our knowledgeable, caring staff who are there to ensure you walk away knowing you’ve come to the right place to get well. This attention to personalized care begins with Dr. Kenneth Browning, D.O. who has dedicated his time and energies to providing a blend of Westernized Medicine with what is now recognized as the leading edge of patient care through Therapeutic Lifestyle Medicine or Functional Medicine.
The newest stop on the mountain for fuel, great food, and fun is the Mountain Sky Travel Center in Anza, opening Summer 2015. The travel center is located on Highway 371 in Anza, just ten miles off of Highway 74 when coming from desert cities or Idyllwild. It is the latest enterprise of the Cahuilla Band of Mission Indians, along with the existing amenities on site including Cahuilla Casino, Roadrunner’s Bar & Grill, and the Cahuilla Smoke Shop.