Cabin Facility Available for Public Visits, Retreats, Receptions, and Photo and Film Shoots

You are cordially invited to visit the Pearlman Cabin with a tax-deductible donation to Educational Communications Inc. for its many projects, which include:

Earth Cultures, Ecology Center of Southern California, Environmental Directions radio, ECONEWS television, Project Ecotourism, Humanity and the Planet (Orphanages in East Africa), The Compendium Newsletter, and Environmental Resources Library.
See pearlmancabin.com for more details; you may earmark your donation to a specific project.

The cabin is located in Idyllwild in the San Jacinto Mountains, about 2 hours southeast of Los Angeles. The cabin concept was by Agnes Branch Pearlman and was designed by the world-famous architect John Lautner and has been in museum exhibits in Europe and North America. It is now on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built by Pearlman family members, especially William Norward Branch, Jr.

Other activities in this mile-high mountain resort include nature walks, Idyllwild Nature Center County Park, art and craft galleries, wilderness hiking, and music, dance and theater programs at Idyllwild Arts.

RSVP for convenient date. Directions and address will be provided. Nancy Pearlman’s business number is (310) 559-9160, messages on cell (213) 705-4992, and cabin (951) 659-3416.


Short video of Interior of the cabin by Robert Payne: http://youtu.be/xOd7fiQH1Zw

Educational Communications Home Page (www.ecoprojects.org)