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Official Fallbrook Tree Lighting Ceremony kicks off Holiday Season

 

Last updated 11/26/2017 at Noon



FALLBROOK – Everyone is invited to the Fallbrook Community Center on Friday, Dec. 1 for the first big holiday get-together of the season. From 5 to 7:30 p.m. this is an occasion for young and old to celebrate the community spirit, peace and goodwill that make this Friendly Village so special. The event is free and located at the center at 341 Heald Lane, near La Paloma School.

Thousands converge annually along with local guests of honor to count down to the Tree Lighting. Entertainment and activities are provided inside and outside the building throughout the evening. The FUHS Band, FUHS Madrigals, Fallbrook Ukulele Players, Country Line Dancers, balloon twisters and more will help bring cheer to the evening.

Local non-profits will display their wares. Uniformed Reserve Marines will be there in person to collect Toys for Tots. Food and other items will be available for purchase to support these wonderful local nonprofits.

County Parks and Recreation and the Friends of the Fallbrook Community Center invite everyone to attend, eat, drink and be merry! The Tree will continue to be lit nightly through Dec. 31. For more information go to FallbrookCommunityCenterFriends.org/HolidayTree.html

Due to limited parking near the event, people are encouraged to carpool or take advantage of the free shuttle that will run from Sonrise Church on Stage Coach Lane 4 to 8 p.m.

 

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