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Patchett’s visit makes an entertaining fundraiser

Patchett’s visit makes an entertaining fundraiser

Lucette Moramarco Staff Writer On the rainy evening of May 6, approximately 185 patrons enjoyed a special visit by author Ann Patchett at Fallbrook Library. While noise and food are not usually allowed in a library, this was an exception as the occasion was the main event for this year’s Community Read program, a sold-out […]

Fallbrook Open Tennis Tournament will be held in June

FALLBROOK – The 43rd annual Fallbrook Open Tennis Tournament will be held the first two weekends in June (3-4, 10-11) at the Fallbrook Tennis Club. The tournament is sanctioned by the United States Tennis Association and the Southern California Tennis Association. There will be up to $3,000 in prize money for open divisions: men and […]

Avocados fit in, from smoothies to cake pops

Avocados fit in, from smoothies to cake pops

FALLBROOK – Avocados can be used in a wide variety of dishes from breakfast to snack time, all the way through dessert. Now that the Avocado Festival is over and you might have a bag full of avocados getting ripe and ready to eat, here are some recipes from the Hass Avocado Board to try […]

AAUW Country Garden Tour set for May 13

AAUW Country Garden Tour set for May 13

FALLBROOK – The seasonal rains may have departed Fallbrook but the hills and valleys abound with riotous color and verdure. Together, with six of Fallbrook’s finest gardens, musicians, artists and vendors of jewelry, clothing and garden-related wares will entertain and delight garden enthusiasts at American Association of University Women’s (AAUW) 22nd Annual Country Garden Tour. […]

Arras earns Top Five finish with Airflow Coupe

Arras earns Top Five finish with Airflow Coupe

Tim Deegan Special to the Village News The Goodguys 17th Annual Rod & Custom event at the Del Mar Fairgrounds March 31 through April 2 was topped off by local talent again this year. De Luz resident Henry Arras proudly entered his breathtaking 1935 Chrysler Airflow Coupe after a four year rebuild with good friend George Ness and the […]

Two new art exhibits open April 30 in Fallbrook Library

Two new art exhibits open April 30 in Fallbrook Library

FALLBROOK – The Friends of the Fallbrook Library will host two new art exhibits, “CUBA!” and Peter Mitten’s “Cloud Polyhedrons” featuring paintings, photographs and sculpture from April 30 to June 23. A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, May 12 from 6 to 8 p.m. On the Reading Patio, Peter Mitten “Cloud  […]

Roy Moosa shares innovative plans for improving downtown Fallbrook

Roy Moosa shares innovative plans for improving downtown Fallbrook

Nathalie Taylor Special to the Village News “Downtown is the heart of any town.”  – Roy Moosa Every town needs someone like Roy Moosa. The owner and broker of Sun Realty since 1995, he’s also involved in volunteer groups – mainly as a leader. He heads up the Fallbrook Revitalization Council, is president of the […]

Fallbrook resident Adam J. Eros debuts album ‘Stuck on Luck’

Fallbrook resident Adam J. Eros debuts album ‘Stuck on Luck’

Andrea Verdin Staff Writer The Fallbrook Winery’s hillsides were full of music and fun on April 1, as the winery was the location for the album release by Adam J. Eros, a Fallbrook resident. The private party and CD release was put together to celebrate the release of “Stuck on Luck,” a country album that […]

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