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Live Oak Dog Park to be open six days a week

Live Oak Dog Park to be open six days a week

FALLBROOK – Tails are wagging around the Live Oak Dog Park because the San Diego County Park and Recreation Department has granted a sixth day for the dog park to be open – Tuesday. Beginning Jan. 3, Wednesday will be the only day the dog park is closed. Park committee members believe the extra day […]

Firefighters raise funds with Turkey Bowl

Firefighters raise funds with Turkey Bowl

FALLBROOK – On Nov. 20, members of the Fallbrook Firefighters Association played the North County All Stars, a San Diego women’s tackle football team, in a friendly game of flag football to raise money for the families of two slain police officers in Palm Springs. “Turkey Bowl 2016 was a success!” said Joshua Kortekaas, a Fallbrook […]

The Fall Show opens at the Z Café

The Fall Show opens at the Z Café

BONSALL – A new exhibit of three different artists began on Nov. 1 and will run  through Jan. 30, 2017. To celebrate and reconnect with old friends, there will be a reception on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 3 to 5. The Z and its artists look forward to seeing everyone. Darlene Seale is an artist, illustrator, and surface designer.  Her art […]

Local couple wins gold in St. George, Utah.

Local couple wins gold in St. George, Utah.

GEORGE, UT – This year at the 30th anniversary of the Huntsman World Senior Olympic Games, Fallbrook residents Roger and Carolyn Mathes were awarded gold medals for the 65-70 mixed doubles tennis event at the USTA sanctioned tournament. Athletes ages 50 and older came from 77 countries to compete in 27 athletic events from Oct. […]

Locals fight against litter

Locals fight against litter

FALLBROOK – After two months of cleanup, one neighborhood is about halfway done cleaning up litter and illegally dumped furniture and trash. Jan Scott, a Fallbrook resident, commended Zeke Maldonado from the Bonsall Road Station and road crew for their work. In addition, she is grateful to the Odd Fellow Cemetery crew for cutting back […]

AAUW’s upcoming Mah jong tournament

The Fallbrook branch of the American Association of University Women’s (AAUW’s) annual Mah Jong Tournament will take place on Thursday, Oct. 27. The event will be held at the Fallbrook VFW Post 1924, 1175 Old Stage Rd. The entrance fee is $20 per person. The doors open at 11 a.m. for lunch, and play begins […]

Fifth annual Fallbrook Scarecrow Days has begun

Fifth annual Fallbrook Scarecrow Days has begun

FALLBROOK – Scarecrows are back invading Fallbrook for the fifth year, bringing a month of community fun to the Friendly Village.  Merchants and residents will display their scarecrows for the entire month of October, with a judging review to award prizes for Best of Show and People’s Choice. The Harvest Faire, which will be on […]

Ingold Sports Park turns 16

Ingold Sports Park turns 16

FALLBROOK – This year, Ingold Sports Park is celebrating 16 years of promoting healthy lifestyles and enriching lives in the community by facilitating sports and a variety of fun, family-oriented activities. Today, the park hosts about 3,000 weekly visitors, making it one of the busiest places in town. Tournaments bring many visitors to Fallbrook for […]

Music festival will benefit Fallbrook Food Pantry

FALLBROOK – Music for the Revolution, a benefit for the Fallbrook Food Pantry, will be held Sunday, Oct. 9 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Pala Mesa Resort, 2001 Old Highway 395. Organized by local pastor Jim Jones, the music festival will feature many local musicians who will provide fantastic entertainment.  The list of […]

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