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Arts in the Park enjoys over 20 years of success due to dedicated volunteers; this year's event slated for Sun., April 27

 

Last updated 4/3/2014 at Noon

Diane Gravlin has volunteered her time for 20 years at Arts in the Park, educating children in music.

FALLBROOK – They keep coming back, year after year. Local volunteers come to Arts in the Park to help enrich the lives of children in the Fallbrook/Bonsall area. Sunday, April 27 will mark the 21st year that professional teachers, artists, musicians, crafters and those who simply love children will come to Live Oak Park to bring the free Arts in the Park to life.

Diane Gravlin has volunteered her time at the event for 20 years. The first year, she played the dulcimer. However, as the daughter of a Swedish fiddler, she really wanted to play the violin. After her husband, Bob, bought h...



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