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Lydia Kremer!

Advancing DHS Lydia Kremer
Meet Lydia Kremer, a relatively new addition to our wonderful city. Lydia has an extensive background in public relations and freelance writing. Her features can be seen in publications such as the Desert Sun, VisitEurope, Los Angeles Confidential, Palm Springs Life, and Sunset Magazine. We are honored to have such a dynamic writer amongst us!
The Author
Her book entitled, “100 Things to Do In Palm Springs Before You Die” has recently released a second edition. It is billed as a “comprehensive insider’s glimpse” into the desert and all of it’s glory. It serves as a reference guide to the valley, its culture, and many recreational and dining venues. Although the title mentions Palm Springs, it should be noted that the book covers the entire Coachella Valley. Mentioned amongst the valley highlights are two DHS treasures: Two Bunch Palms Resort and Spa and Cabot’s Pueblo Museum.
THIS WEEKEND!
BOOK SIGNING:
ARTISANS @ THE PUEBLO!
From the press release: “Cabot believed in creating and nurturing an artistic community. In this spirit, we invite local artists to Cabot’s Pueblo Museum to share their artwork with Desert Hot Springs and the wider Coachella Valley. Artisans at the Pueblo embodies Cabot’s vision of bringing art, culture, and people together.”
You have a chance to meet Lydia at this event! This weekend on February 10th from 12pm-2pm, she will conduct a book signing at Cabot’s Artisans at the Pueblo Museum. (67616 Desert View Ave, Desert Hot Springs, CA)
She offers vivid details about Two Bunch Palms Resort and Cabot’s Museum, inviting all to witness these two venues for themselves…
DHS HIGHLIGHTED: TWO BUNCH PALMS RESORT
“If you like to pamper yourself and luxuriate in special spa treatments, you’ve come to the right place……”
Cabot’s Pueblo Museum is a fascinating architectural marvel that Cabot built largely by hand from repurposed and recycled materials during a period of more than 20 years.”
DHS HIGHLIGHTED: CABOT’S PUEBLO MUSEUM
WHY DHS?
“After residing in the same home on a large property in Palm Springs for nearly 26 years, we wanted to downsize for our future retirement.Although we considered moving out of the area (we considered locations from Costa Rica to Oregon),we ultimately decided to stay in the Coachella Valley. We liked that Desert Hot Springs is on the western end of the Valley and a close distance to Palm Springs — it gives us easy access to Los Angeles and San Diego where we have friends and family. We chose a new home in the foothills which affords spectacular views.”- Lydia Kremer
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Advancing DHS is a non profit 501c3 made possible by the generous donations of many who believe in our city. Please contact us to become one of our financial partners! Let’s Advance DHS!
I have my autographed copy, be sure to get yours this weekend! Thank you Lydia for Advancing DHS!
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