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You may have heard about the recent online concerts presented by Desert Hot Springs Classical Concerts. The concert series has presented an annual season of live, in-person concerts for seven years, featuring performers from the Coachella Valley and the greater Los Angeles area, and even places farther afield such as Massachusetts, Washington, Wisconsin, and Tennessee. This year, the concerts have all been online. The week of May 17th, audiences will have one last chance to watch the five-concert videos that have premiered online in recent months. The link to watch each concert can be found at: www.DHSclassicalconcerts.org/2021.
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Welcome to the latest Economic Development Roundup, your guide to the newest businesses and development news in Desert Hot Springs.
Welcome to this edition of the Economic Development Roundup, your resource for the latest news on business growth in our City.
The City of Desert Hot Springs is pleased to announce additional vaccine availability right here in the city today, Thursday, April 8.
Riverside County moved into the orange tier today, resulting in wider expansions of the State's reopening plan. To continue progress in reopening, the County and State continue to recommend vaccination for all who are eligible, and the City of Desert Hot Springs is pleased to announce vaccine availability in the city today, April 7.
The seventh season of Desert Hot Springs Classical Concerts continues in April with online concerts by Danny Holt (piano), Daria Binkowski (flute) & Kimberly Fitch (viola), and Margaret Irwin-Brandon (historical keyboards). A complete schedule can be found at: www.DHSclassicalconcerts.org/2021. No tickets or reservations are required, but audience members are encouraged to donate online to support the concert series: www.DHSclassicalconcerts.org/donate
Art aficionados from around the world are descending on Desert Hot Springs as Desert X returns for the biennial exhibition. The City of Desert Hot Springs is proud to play host to one of the major works, “What Lies Behind the Walls,” by Zahrah Alghamdi.