Fallbrook Summer Nights continue with variety

Jack Fox proudly stands in front of his 1956 custom Ford Cab Over Engine (COE) on display at Fallbrook Summer Nights, Friday, June 26 in historic downtown. This was the first time the vehicle has been on display at the annual summer series. Christine Rinaldi photos
Rhonda Radford, founder and chef of “Sweetly Sauced,” provides samples of her products at Fallbrook Summer Nights on June 26.
Deji Krizan, right, and her mom, Cari, left, enjoy decorating a seed pod at Fallbrook Summer Nights, from materials supplied by local artist, Daniel Martinez.

The next Fallbrook Summer Night is July 24, 2015. It is held on Main Street in Fallbrook from 5 pm to 8 pm.

It will be a Tribute to Our Western Heritage with a Western Theme and live music by ‘The Nite Riders’. Classic cars, costumes, entertainment, barbecue and vendors will all be present.  As always, there will be a beer and wine garden as well.

August 7, 2015 will be the last one for the summer and it is A Salute to Military Heritage. The live music will be performed by Nathan James & the Rhythm Scratchers’. The patriotic theme will include military vehicles. There will be the regular beer and wine garden and vendors.

The admission is free and there is a kid zone sponsored by Foli Chiropractic. For more information, call the Village Association at 760-723-8384.

Local band The Fallbrook Vigilantes provide the live music for the June 26 Fallbrook Summer Nights event.
Bob Gravlin carves the neck for a violin during Fallbrook Summer Nights on Friday, June 26. Pictured on the table is a back of an antique violin that is approximately 100 years old.The next Fallbrook Summer Nights event is July 10, from 5 to 8 p.m. in historic downtown.


Diane Gravlin, left, a local violin teacher, helps Catherine Hill experience the instrument for the first time at Fallbrook Summer Nights on June 26. The next Fallbrook Summer Nights events will be Friday, July 10, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Members of the ATA Success Martial Arts team demonstrate their skills at Fallbrook Summer Nights on June 26; pictured is Wyatt Kramer breaking a board held by instructor Andy Kramer.


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