28th annual Avocado Festival a delight for all ages
Thursday, April 17th, 2014
Issue 16, Volume 18.
At the 28th annual Fallbrook Avocado Festival, Ashlyn Clarke, left, 7, was named Little Miss Avocado, and David Gonzalez, 9, Little Mister Avocado. Imagene and Frank Gladden dance to the Blue Zone band in the Fallbrook Avocado Festival beer garden on April 13. Married 57 years, the Gladdens are from Palm Springs and are regular Avocado Festival attendees. Large crowds pack Main Avenue during the Fallbrook Avocado Festival on April 14. Best Dressed Avocado Winners include, from left, Gianna Breese, Craziest (ages 8+) , Meadow Breese, Prettiest (ages 1-7) and Allyse Breese, Weirdest (ages 8+); all three took first place. Best Dressed Avocado Winners also included first place winners, from left, Samantha Solis, Prettiest (age 8+), Maarissa Solis, Most Creative (ages 1-7) and Maude Hutson, Most Creative ( ages 8+). Avocado seller Supremo Produce was a festival favorite; having fun manning the booth are, from left, Refujio Cilla (dressed as an avocado), Evelia Villa, Guadalupe Medrano, Ricardo Peras and Maria Martinez. Katrina Mahr is already eating her snow cone, while Justin Madrid is waiting for Rose Degrazia to make his. CHP officers at the Avocado Festival include Jim Bettencourt, public information officer, left, and Officer Dan Hollywood. Approximately 70,000 visitors attended the 28th annual Avocado Festival. Victoria Wilson passed out chips and guacamole samples at the Holy Guaca-Moly stand during the annual Avocado Festival held in Fallbrook on April 13. Andy Kramer, Taekwondo instructor, leaps over three of his students to break a board held by Casey Rector at the Avocado Festival April 13. Kramer is the owner of ATA Success Martial Arts of Fallbrook. Manuel Rivera demonstrates a dog carrier holding his dog Lucy at the Avocado Festival April 13 on Main Ave. in Fallbrook. Manuel and Lucy were working the Pet Harnesses by Ines booth. Rourke Van Elderen hawks avocados at a farm stand during the annual Avocado Festival April 13 on Main Ave. in Fallbrook. Danny and Christine Drazil share a sausage at the annual Avocado Festival held in Fallbrook on April 14.
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