Arts - Image Gallery :: The Fallbrook Village News|Wine & A Bite Art Walk - holiday styleDecember 24th 2014
Local artist, Maggie Stewart demonstrates her talent with oil paints during the Holiday Wine & A Bite Art Walk at She She La Boutique on Main Ave. Friday evening, Dec. 12.
Ally Clark, left, and Lexi Bernhardt enjoy a visit at 100 Main during the Holiday Wine & A Bite Art Walk Dec. 12.
Watercolor artist, Susan Keith demonstrates her talent at Brandon Gallery during the Dec. 12 Holiday Wine & A Bite Art Walk event, sponsored by the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce.
Local residents Caryn and Tom Meriwether talk with Mick Gallagher of Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard at Murphy & Murphy Southern California Realty while making their way through the Holiday Wine & A Bite Art Walk on Dec. 12.
Oil painting artist Igor Koutsenko discusses art with sculptor Peter Mitten at Murphy & Murphy Southern California Realty during the Dec. 12 event.
At Fallbrook Furniture, during the Holiday Wine & A Bite Art Walk event on Dec. 12, Scott and Sandi Simpson enjoy a journal created by artist Daniel Martinez
Sandra Buckingham, left, and Phyllis Sweeney, right, model a head band and hat they borrowed from She She La Boutique during the Holiday Wine & A Bite Art Walk event. Buckingham and Sweeney are members of the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce, which organizes the events.
New Fallbrook residents, Jeanne and Bob Pickard visit with Kim Murray of Beach House Winery during the Holiday Wine & A Bite Art Walk event Dec. 12 at 100 Main. The wine and art events are sponsored by the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce.
Fallbrook 4-H now teaches the art of beekeepingNovember 20th 2014
William Pearson, 9, holds a beehive frame during the first Fallbrook 4-H beekeeping class on Nov. 10.
Beeswax honeycombs are on display during Fallbrook 4-H first beekeeping class on Nov. 10.
Fallbrook 4-H beekeeping instructor Jeremy Pearson, left, explains beekeeping basics to Fallbrook 4H students.
Grace Bresnahan, 9, gets a close look at a honeycomb built by worker bees inside a nucleus box which is smaller than a normal beehive.
Fallbrook 4-H beekeeping instructor Jeremy Pearson, wearing a bee handling hat, explains the different types and the importance of protective beekeeping clothing.
Fallbrook 4-H beekeeping student Lindley Mason, 16, tries on a pair of bee handling gloves during the Fallbrook 4-H first beekeeping class on Nov. 10.