The Arrowhead Arts Association-Thanks for All the memories!

If you’ve lived in the Rim of the World communities hopefully you’ve heard about the utterly fabulous organization…..the Arrowhead Arts Association. Don’t worry, if you don’t live in Lake Arrowhead because their “goodness” to the communities extends across the “Rim” communities.
From helping students who want to play an instrument to providing absolutely fabulous concerts this organization is, and has been, a major organization throughout the Rim communities.
One of the most delightful events is the Summer Music Festival at the Arrowhead Lake Association’s lovely Tavern Bay Beach Club. This year’s concerts will include the incredibly fabulous “Pete Jacobs and His Wartime Revue” on Thursday July 20. Be prepared for some great swing music so shine your shoes and be ready to dance the night away to this fabulous band.On July 27 at 6 p.m. Nancy Walker will astound everyone with her Patsy Cline music. Are ‘ya ready for some fun and great music???? You’ll have a great time at these events.
Closing out the Arrowhead Arts concerts for his year is the annual Fall Music Festival which will be held on Sunday September 17 at the beautiful Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church near Lake Arrowhead. The Riverside County Philharmonic will again grace the church with their magnificent music. As always, the Arrowhead Arts Young Artists Ensemble will add their talent to the performance when they “lead off” the music. General admission is $25, preferred seating is $40 and students K-12 are free with an adult.
For further information or to reserve seating call (909) 337-4296 for any of these special events. Information is also available by logging onto: http://www.ArrowheadArts.org.
See you at the concerts. Trust me, you’ll love every single second!

Arrowhead Arts: Fabulous! If you’re not familiar with the Arrowhead Arts Association let me happily know about this wonderful organization that has been bringing music to the mountains for many years. Throughout the years it ha been my privilege and complete delight to attend so many of their fabulous concerts throughout the years and the upcoming one is right around the corner) with the 5th annual Mountain Artists Tour Music Festival. This fun event is held right the lake at the Arrowhead Lake Association’s Tavern Bay Beach Club. The music is always fabulous and the venue is wonderful….right by the lake…it just doesn’t get better than that. The Summer Music Festival is always great fun as the perormances are right next to the lake. This year’s festival will include the always fabulous Petee Jacobs and His Wartime Revue. (You’ll love it just me, you’ll think you’ back in the swing era.You’ll love it! The show begins at 6 p.m. so go early so you can get a parking space. With the wonderful concerts by the Lake you’ll love minute. On Thursday, July 27 at 6 p.m. Attendees will thoroughly enjoy Nancy Walker who sings Patsy Walker music and it truly is fabulous. If Patsy Cline was still alive I know she would think she was hearing herself sing those great songs. She’d thoroughly enjoy every second of this great concert. Ticketts for these concerts arr only $20 for adults and when accompanied by an adult, students from Kindergrten to 12-yearslld are free with an adult.Trust me, the kids will love the great music and the venue, right on the shore of Lake Arrowhead, can’t be any better. Come and enjoy these concerts….you’ll have a ball. The ending concert sponsored by the association will be the Fall Music Festival at the magnificent Our Lady of the lake Catholic CChurh. This fall event begin at 3 p.m. and the always-wonderful Riverside County Philharmoic will fill the church to the rafters. If you love magnificent music don’t miss this event. In addition to the Riverside Philharmonic the Arrowhead Arts Young Artists’ will Ensemble will lead off the program. You will be amazed at the young singers in thi s Arrowhead Arts-supported group of talented musicians. Preferrd seating is $40, general admission is $25 and students Kindergarten through 12th graddse are free with an adult. Don’t miss this wonderful, uplifting concert and be sure to attend the concerts by the lake. Remember to tak a sweater. You’ll love these concerts! Aren’t we lucky to have an organization that is so devoted to bringing beautiful music to our communities!

From 1989…”Another Man’s Treasure”

In 1989 I wrote a story in my newspaper, The Alpenhorn, about the groundbreaking  ceremony for whattt2 was held for the local thrift store at the Heaps Peak Transfer Station. As the owner and publisher of The Alpenhorn I happily attended the event. Among my memories is the fact that it was so clean and shiny that we could have eaten off the floor without a gulp. We didn’t eat off the floor but I’m sure it has been that shiny since that time. This is the story I wrote for my paper.”Due to inclementtn weather on Friday, February 3, he scheduled groundbreaking for the thrift store at the Heaps Peak Transfer Center was cancelled and has been rescheduled to May 19 from noon to 2 p.m.  The brainchild of Heaps Peak Transfer Station Manager Joe Harich, the building will be a giant warehouse called “Another Man’s Treasure” and i will be filled with large appliances, mattresses and other items, all at very appealing prices (cheap, Joe says, because they have to be moved quickly.) The proceeds will be donated to the Rim of the World Recreation and Park District, much  as the proceeds underway at the transfer station. “This will be like a mountain-wide home club, Harich explained. “the transfeer station is the perfect place for this type of enterprise. Before the construction of the building, there was no place to house usable items, so they were destroyed y the wather. This way, we can capture them, have them repaired by an army of people who have been approached or hired to help with this project. There are a lot of items that can e spoiled by weather…there’s not much market for soggy mattresses or televisions,” he added. “It’s a whole new world for me. I’m not from the sales world,” Harich explained, but he has hired people who are. “with 100,000 vehicles a year visiting the tranfer station, the possibilities for recycling large as well as small commodities are endless.”Ifeel that by the May 19 groundbreaking, we’ll have a full house,” Harich concluded.

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