Donors and supporters gathered at the fabulous Hubbard home in Palm Desert to enjoy cocktails, appetizers and a 30 minute musical salon by Waring Competition winner Brian Lin.
The 28th Annual Hoedown at Sundown benefiting the Family YMCA of the Desert raised funds to support the 44 after school programs.
The Friends of the Palm Springs Animal Shelter really put on the ritz, or the “leash” as they subtitled their fundraiser, “Faux Fur Ball II – Puttin’ On the Leash.”
The Pets On Parade luncheon, presented by Pegasus Therapeutic Riding and Loving All Animals, put another exclamation point on the summer by honoring the efforts of individuals who rescue animals from harms way.
Chairman Harold Matzner and executive director Darryl Macdonald thanked the volunteers, film juries, filmmakers and staff for all the hard work and talent presented during the 21st annual Palm Springs International ShortFest.
The “Shooting Stars” segment of the Palm Springs International ShortFest is an evergreen favorite, featuring shorts with major film industry names either in front of or behind the camera.
Chairman Harold Matzner welcomed the sold out crowd at the Camelot Theatre to the 21st annual Palm Springs International ShortFest on June 16.
Palm Springs Life magazine took center stage at the Opera Under the Stars event, produced by Opera Arts’ president Arlene Rosenthal, on April 19 at Renaissance Esmeralda Hotel & Spa in Indian Wells,
Dr. Laurie Marker from the Cheetah Conservation Fund spoke at the Rancho Mirage home of Roswitha Smale on the plight of the cheetah, Africa’s most endangered big cat.
Opening night of the 25th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival reflected the independent and international nature of what is one of the premier U.S. film festivals.