Exploring attractions at Fallbrook Summer Nights

Exploring attractions at Fallbrook Summer Nights

Elizabeth Youngman Special to the Village News In the musical “Grease,” there is a song called “Oh, those summer nights.” Perhaps Olivia Newton John was singing about the Fallbrook Summer Nights held on select Friday nights in historic downtown? For three hours twice a month, Fallbrook literally meets on the streets. The kickoff of the […]

July 4 event to benefit Fallbrook Beautification Alliance

July 4 event to benefit Fallbrook Beautification Alliance

Fallbrook’s annual July 4 celebration, held at the Grand Tradition Estate and Gardens, will once again benefit the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance (FBA) and the work it does enhancing the community. The Independence Day event, slated for Saturday, July 4, starting at 2 p.m., will be family-friendly and free to children under age 10. Adult general […]

Horse riders: Trail Trial sponsored by Backcountry Horseman of California and Redshank Riders to be May 2 and 3 in Aguanga

Horse riders: Trail Trial sponsored by Backcountry Horseman of California and Redshank Riders to be May 2 and 3 in Aguanga

The local unit of Backcountry Horseman of California, Redshank Riders (BCHC) will be holding its yearly fundraiser by sponsoring a Trail Trial on May 2 and 3 in Aguanga. Redshank Riders is a nonprofit organization that works to keep trails open to all users. Last year, its members contributed over $100,000 in value of volunteer […]

History lives at Live Oak Park

History lives at Live Oak Park

The history of Fallbrook is alive in Live Oak Park. From the ancient oaks and mortar stones to memorial plaques and monuments, from old stone tables and a time capsule to a native plant garden and a marked walking course, from yearly events like Arts in the Park and a new dog park to weddings, […]

Fallbrook Vintage Car Club gives two donations

Fallbrook Vintage Car Club gives two donations

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Vintage Car Club, (FVCC) was happy to make two donations this month. Their first was to the Fallbrook Boys and Girls Clubs of North County to cover an annual $30 membership fee for 20 needy youths in Fallbrook. It will allow those children to participate in the clubs’ facilities that could […]

Fallbrook’s beautiful, flowering Ornamental Pear trees

Fallbrook’s beautiful, flowering Ornamental Pear trees

To me, Fallbrook looks its very best when winter is thinking about turning to spring. One of the most significant reasons is that’s when the numerous Ornamental Pear trees planted in the downtown area go into full bloom. The showiest area of these beauties that feature a bevy of delicate, snowy-white flowers, in my opinion, […]

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