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Palm Springs


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  • 15 Dec 2019

    Sunny 69°F 52°F

  • 16 Dec 2019

    Mostly Sunny 66°F 47°F



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Latest News  

Welcome to our new Chair!


Congratulations to Tamara Hedges. At the most recent DENO Board meeting there was a "changing of the guard." Les Wheeler stepped down as the Chairperson, since he and Bob Crebo will be leaving Deepwell soon to move into their condo in Palm Springs. Tamara was appointed to fill the vacancy, and then voted by the Board to fill the Chair position. Tamara has been a DENO Board member previously, serving from 2007 to 2016.  We are delighted that she has decided to return to the Board.

Palm Springs Museum Exhibit: Brave New Worlds

Brave New Worlds:
Explorations in Space

Motivated by the legacies of Southern California as a place of artistic experimentation, a site for self-fulfillment, and a geographic zone of light and natural resources, these artists use their distinctive spatial languages to construct worlds that both challenge convention and ignite our senses. Projects include those by Kelly AkashiGisela ColonVictoria FuKaren Lofgren, and Adee Roberson, with works that represent each artist’s understanding of our bodily connection to the world that surrounds us.

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PS Certified Farmers Market

The Certified Farmers' Markets are sponsored by the Palm Springs Cultural Center. The markets operate in three locations; Palm Springs, Old Town La Quinta and Palm Desert. Palm Springs hosts every Saturday from 8AM to 12:30PM. From October to May, the market is located adjacent to the Camelot Theatres in the Palm Springs Mall parking lot, 2300 East Baristo Road. From June to September the market is held inside at the Palm Springs Pavilion, 401 S Pavilion Way.

More Information


deno-newsletter-144x186DENO Newsletter Committee produces DENO's semi-annual newsletter and maintains the DENO website.

The committee reviews submitted content and is responsible for technical publication. The Newsletter and Website are the face of the association and may be the only interaction some homeowners will ever have with the association. The effectiveness and value of these resources is only achieved by the participation of our members who are encouraged to either directly participate or submit material for publication. You may contact the Newsletter Committee or submit articles here.

macintoshThe Mac User Group is resuming its’ meetings if there is enough interest. Participants should have at least an intermediate understanding of computer skills. This would not be the best class for a beginner. 

Meetings times and dates will be determined by the group when we first get together. Interested individuals should contact Les Wheeler by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

neighborhood-watch-signThe Neighborhood Watch Committee works with local law enforcement to develop and operate the DENO Neighborhood Watch Program. More information about our Neighborhood Watch program. Contact our committee Chair, Tom Lavin, for more information.

membership-150The DENO Membership Committee mission is to attract and retain members, convey member benefits, and engage with the membership to better understand their needs and expectations of our organization. As such this committee is integral to all operational aspects of the DENO association.

Co-Chairs Cindy Quin and Diane Ross can be contacted here.

masks-150Our DENO Events Committee is responsible for directing our many scheduled social events throughout the year. This group also handles everything related to the production of our events including venue spaces and logistics.

If you would like to share your thoughts and ideas on events, or help out with what we've already planned we would welcome your participation. It is important we draw on the varied expertise of residents in our neighborhood—volunteer to direct and organize our next event and surprise us with a new entertainment package for our community. Contact any DENO board member or our committee chairman.

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