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Fallbrook Art Association seeks entries for fall show

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Art Association announces its fall show, Oct. 5-28, at Brandon Gallery, 105 N. Main Ave. The association is handling the show intake Sept. 29-30, and the opening reception will be held Oct. 7. This year’s judge is well-known artist Lyndelle Stonick, an art instructor with Saddleback College for more than 21 years who has […]

Fallbrook Art Center celebrates Galaxy of Glass’ 20th anniversary, open daily Sept. 10 through Oct. 22

Fallbrook Art Center celebrates Galaxy of Glass’ 20th anniversary, open daily Sept. 10 through Oct. 22

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Art Center celebrates the 20th year of the Galaxy of Glass exhibit. One of the center’s longest running annual shows, it continues to attract new artists eager to participate as well as collectors and art appreciators alike. Presented in the center’s main exhibition space, The Janice Griffiths Gallery, the show features […]

4-H club begins meetings Sept. 5

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook 4-H will hold its first community meeting at the Fallbrook High School Cafeteria, Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 7:30 p.m. All interested children can enroll at 4honline.com and are asked to bring $50 per youth to enroll for the year.

Fallbrook High FFA set to serve up tri-tip dinners at home football games

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook High School Future Farmers of America will once again offer its famous tri-tip barbecue dinners before all home football games. This is Fallbrook FFA’s 19th year of presenting the pre-game meal. Dinner will be served from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the agriculture department, which is located at the east […]

‘Robin Hood!’ recreates the legend with humor

‘Robin Hood!’ recreates the legend with humor

Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal Special to the Village News Deep in the hush of Sherwood Forest lives a legend. It is nestled amongst the fallen trees, brooks that babble, and in the songs of whippoorwills. They sing the ballad of Robin Hood. Somewhere between truth and legend, Robin Hood may have lived. Believed to have been born […]

Landscapes for the Summer at the Z Cafe

Landscapes for the Summer at the Z Cafe

FALLBROOK – The Z Cafe is now displaying new art for the summer months, landscapes by three local artists: Linda Thorne, Mijoa Rho, and Neill Ketchum. The artwork will be on view through Oct. 2. Thorne, once a research scientist in plant pathology and molecular genetics for 35 years, is now a full time artist. Her […]

Dragon fruit grows well in SoCal

Dragon fruit grows well in SoCal

Lucette Moramarco Staff Writer Local farmer Gray Martin wants area farmers to know that there is a good alternative to growing avocados besides wine grapes – dragon fruit. Martin has been experimenting with dragon fruit varieties for about 20 years. They require one-third the water that avocado trees do, and the same kind of temperatures. […]

Patterson given team MVP honors for boys volleyball

Patterson given team MVP honors for boys volleyball

Joe Naiman Village News Correspondent Justice Patterson was recognized as Fallbrook High School’s boys volleyball Most Valuable Player during the team banquet June 4 at the Prahm family’s house. The varsity team awards also included Defensive Most Valuable Player honors for James Prahm, the Heart of the Warrior Award given to Angel Mercado, Most Improved […]

Armed Forces Triathlon winners to represent the U.S.

Armed Forces Triathlon winners to represent the U.S.

POINT MUGU, CALIF. – Navy Lt. Kyle Hooker won the Armed Forces Triathlon Championship men’s title for the third straight year with a time of 1:50:12 at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) Point Mugu June 10. Marine Corps 1st Lt. Mollie Hebda stationed at Camp Pendleton took the Armed Forces women’s gold medal with an […]

Competition showcases plein air art

Competition showcases plein air art

FALLBROOK – Twenty-five plein air artists from all over San Diego County showed up at Myrtle Creek June 10 for the annual Fallbrook Art Association Plein Air Competition and Show. The artists could be seen painting all day long, and several said it was hard to decide what to paint with so many options at […]

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