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Avocado Festival – celebrating three decades of fun


Last updated 4/15/2016 at Noon

Close to 100,000 visitors are expected for the 30th Avocado Festival scheduled for Sunday, April 17, in downtown Fallbrook. Ken Seals photo

Thirty years and it just keeps getting better. When Fallbrook opens its arms to close to 100,000 visitors on Sunday, April 17, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., for the town's annual Avocado Festival, it will mark three decades of fun celebrating Fallbrook's signature fruit.

"A 30-year anniversary is symbolized by a pearl," said Lila MacDonald, CEO of the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce, the organization that hosts the festival. "I feel the pearl is a perfect comparison as it captures the essence of the festival’s longevity in the community. Like a pearl, the festival has grown year by year, layer up...

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