Families have fun at Fallbrook's first Fall Faire
Thursday, November 1st, 2012
Issue 44, Volume 16.
Miniature bouquets sit on display at the Fallbrook Garden Club booth during the inaugural Fallbrook Fall Faire, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012. Annette Ondraka, left, and Ellen Francisco make miniature bouquets at the Fallbrook Garden Club booth during the Fallbrook Fall Faire, at Main and Alvarado streets. Ethan Wilson, 4, completes a bean bag toss at the Fallbrook Public Utility District’s booth during the inaugural Fallbrook Fall Faire held on Oct. 27 in the parking lot behind the Fallbrook Art Center. Robert Gravlin shows how he builds a violin at his booth at the Fall Faire sponsored by the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce. Claire Harvey, 6, paints a pumpkin in the free Ag Expo section of the Fallbrook Fall Faire on Oct. 27 Maya Rink, 10, tries out a violin during the inaugural Fallbrook Fall Faire on Oct. 27. Joan Nied works on a rug among the craft displays at the Fallbrook Library during the inaugural Fallbrook Fall Faire. David Keylock (left) and his brother Kevin sell food from their God Save the Cuisine food truck during the inaugural Fallbrook Fall Faire, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012.
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Comment #1 | Saturday, Nov 3, 2012 at 2:37 pm
A very nice event that will get better with time. Scarecrow Days and the Larry Himmel broadcast did great things for the Village as well. I think the Faire and the TV coverage would have been even better had they come in the beginning, and not towards the end, of the month-long Scarecrow Days event. Nonetheless, a terrific start to something that can we can all build upon in the years ahead.