Week of June 6, 2024

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  • BREAKING NEWS: Report of attempted burglary at gun shop

    Julie Reeder - AC Investigations | Jun 13, 2024

    At about 7:30 this morning Fallbrook Sheriffs responded to a commercial burglary call at 1032 S. Main Ave at Fallbrook Guns and Ammo. Upon arrival it appears a car smashed into the back of the building but Sheriffs didn't find the driver or anyone inside. The door is open but "no one was found inside and nothing appears to be missing", according to SDSO Lt....

  • Three-Vehicle Collision Reported on Reche Road near Live Oak Park Road

    Village News staff | Jun 10, 2024

    California Highway Patrol (CHP) responded to a three-vehicle collision on Reche Road near Live Oak Park Road earlier this evening. The incident, which occurred around 8:23 PM, involved multiple vehicles.It is unclear if there are injuries. According to CHP reports, the collision took place at 8:20 pm in the eastbound lanes of Reche Road, just west of Live Oak Park Road. The exact cause of the accident is yet to be determined, but initial information suggests a white Jeep Cherokee was involved in a collision with a black...

  • Prowler call ends in mental health transport

    Village News Staff - AC Investigations | Jun 7, 2024

    On Friday, June 7, the Sheriff received a call for a prowler on Calle de la Paloma. According to Lt. Fox in the Sheriff's Media Center, the person was transported for mental health issues after being assessed by NCFPD personnel. The man had previously lived at the residence and there was a restraining order in place as well, according to Lt. Fox. No injuries were...

  • SHERIFF'S LOG

    Jun 6, 2024

    NOTE: While these reports have been taken straight from the Sheriff's Office, individuals are innocent until proven guilty. These addresses reveal the block number, not an exact location. May 28 1400 blk S. Mission Rd. Arrest - Illegal camping - Possession of controlled substance paraphernalia 900 blk Quail Knoll Rd. Grand theft - From vehicle 900 blk Quail Knoll Rd. Petty theft - From vehicle 300 blk W. Aviation Rd. Burglary - Commercial 2400 blk S. Stage Coach Ln. Simple battery May 29 Reche Rd. & Trinity View Pl. Arrest...

  • Bonsall Unified leaders take local school needs to federal level

    Jun 6, 2024

    BONSALL – The Bonsall Unified School District sent a delegation of the Superintendent and School Board members to Washington D.C. to lobby on behalf of several key issues that have profound effects on public education in the areas of Bonsall, Fallbrook, Vista, Oceanside and Pala. BUSD Superintendent Joseph Clevenger joined the statewide delegation along with Bonsall School Board Trustees Eric Ortega, Roger Merchat, Pascal Lapoirie, and Board President Larissa Anderson. The...

  • Bonsall Rotary honors Perez as Student of the Month

    Jun 6, 2024

    BONSALL – The Bonsall Rotary Club proudly announced Elizabeth "Thorn" Perez as the Student of the Month. Perez's remarkable journey from adversity to academic and personal success is an inspiring testament to resilience and determination. Perez is the first in her family to attend college, a milestone that marks a significant achievement given the challenges she has faced. Raised by a single father after her mother struggled with mental illness and homelessness, Perez's...

  • FPUD approves 2024-25 budget

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter | Jun 6, 2024

    The Fallbrook Public Utility District adopted FPUD’s Fiscal Year 2024-25 budget. FPUD’s board voted 5-0 May 29 to adopt the 2024-25 budget. The budget projects $24,845,523 of operating expenses, $6,141,314 for debt service payment, and $11,726,000 of capital expenditures. The $30,986,987 total non-capital budget is 10.6% less than the $34,649,856 amount in the 2023-24 budget. On Jan. 1, FPUD detached from the San Diego County Water Authority and annexed to the Eastern Municipal Water District, and Eastern provides...

  • Car show starts with salute to the flag

    Jun 6, 2024

  • Cal Fire suspends burn permits in San Diego County

    Jun 6, 2024

    EL CAJON – After another wet winter, warming temperatures and winds are quickly drying out the abundant annual grass crop. The increasing fire danger posed by the high volume of dead grass and hotter, drier conditions in the region is prompting Cal Fire to suspend all burn permits for outdoor residential burning within the State Responsibility Area of San Diego County. This suspension took effect 8 a.m. on June 1, and suspended all residential outdoor burning of landscape debris such as branches and leaves. "Due to...

  • Monserate DAR installs new board

    Jun 6, 2024

    FALLBROOK – During its May meeting at the Fallbrook Woman's Club clubhouse, the Monserate DAR chapter inducted its new board for 2024-2026. They also welcomed two new members, Rachael Varela and Elizabeth Taylor. The Monserate DAR chapter will resume its monthly meetings in October and continue to meet at the Fallbrook Woman's Club on the third Thursday of the month from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.. Anyone who would like to join them to see if they qualify for membership with a...

  • Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War honor Dr. Freeman

    Jun 6, 2024

  • FPUD amends Administrative Code to reflect transition from CWA to EMWD

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter | Jun 6, 2024

    The reorganization in which the Fallbrook Public Utility District detached from the San Diego County Water Authority and annexed it to the Eastern Municipal Water District became effective Jan. 1. FPUD’s Administrative Code had sections reflecting FPUD’s affiliation with the SDCWA, so on May 29 the FPUD board amended those Administrative Code sentences to reflect the transition from the CWA to Eastern. The 4-0 vote, with Ken Endter absent, changes sections on procurement exemptions, annexations, and requests to defer...

  • FHS's Palmer awarded the Patti-Elson Becknell Memorial Award for Excellence in Related Services

    Jun 6, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Melissa Palmer, Adaptive Physical Education teacher at Fallbrook High School, was awarded the Patti-Elson Becknell Memorial Award for Excellence in Related Services by the North Coastal Consortium for Special Education and the Community Advisory Committee this past May 22. The Excellence in Special Education Awards recognize individuals who have made a difference in the lives of children with special needs. Awardees foster inclusion, both academic and social, so...

  • Worker of the Week

    Jun 6, 2024

    Lovell Richardson, right, works with his son, Kwame Richardson, as they get ready for the shift change at the Shell station located at 936 East Mission Road. Lovell is the night supervisor working full time and his son is the store clerk. Lovell joined the USMC Camp Pendleton right after the Beirut barracks bombing in August 1983. He served 14 years as a drill instructor, chemical technician, aviation ordnance tech and then separated from the USMC with an honorable discharge....

  • RMWD accepts infrastructure, approves Notice of Completion for Pala Mesa Highlands

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter | Jun 6, 2024

    The Rainbow Municipal Water District has accepted the infrastructure built for the Pala Mesa Highlands development. The Rainbow board’s 5-0 vote May 28 accepted the Pala Mesa Highlands development as complete and approved filing the Notice of Completion. The board action also approved adding the $4,071,016 installation costs to the district’s total valuation and found that the acceptance of infrastructure already installed is not a project subject to California Environmental Quality Act review. “We’re glad the...

  • County Assessor Marks honored for public service with Blu Lapis Media Southern California Leadership Award

    Jun 6, 2024

    SAN DIEGO, CA – Jordan Z. Marks, San Diego County Assessor/Recorder/County Clerk, was recently honored with a "Public Service Leadership Award" at the inaugural Blu Lapis Southern California Leadership Summit. The awards event, held May 20, recognized a number of Southern California leaders who have made extraordinary contributions to their communities and beyond. Marks was honored for his inspirational commitment and unwavering dedication to the pursuit of excellence, a...

  • FWC fundraising show features local talent

    Jun 6, 2024

  • Frances Ann Duesenberg Hubert

    Jun 6, 2024

    Frances Ann Duesenberg Hubert, 90 years old, of Fallbrook, California died at Temecula Valley Hospital on May 3, 2024. She was born in Indiana on March 6, 1934, to John W. Duesenberg and Louise Springer Duesenberg. Frances was a Marine veteran, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in art from UCSD. She worked as a realtor for over 30 years. Frances was preceded in death by her husband of 61 years, John Hubert; her father, her mother, her brother Robert Lee Duesenberg, and nephew Mike Duesenberg. She is survived by...

  • Ramon "Ray" Avila

    Jun 6, 2024

    Ramon "Ray" Avila, also known as "Bones," age 75, was a cherished husband, father, grandfather, brother, and a Vietnam veteran. A life well-lived, he passed away peacefully, leaving behind a legacy filled with love, commitment, and exploration. Ray graduated from Fallbrook High, class of 1966, then served his country with honor as a fuel truck driver during the Vietnam War. His next chapter led him to Maui, and two college degrees before returning to Fallbrook to build custom...

  • Darlyn Klinkert

    Jun 6, 2024

    At age 99, Darlyn Klinkert went home to be with the Lord peacefully on May 6, 2024. She was born in Long Beach, California to Robert and Laura Forscutt and was a long-time resident of Fallbrook, California. Darlyn met the love of her life, Charles Klinkert, at a church in Long Beach, where Chuck and Darlyn enjoyed a long marriage of 72 years until the passing of Chuck in 2016. Darlyn loved to travel and had an adventurous spirit. While her husband was in the U.S. Air Force,...

  • San Diego Poet Laureate to be featured at June 14 Writers Read

    Jun 6, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Jason Magabo Perez, San Diego's 2023-2024 Poet Laureate, will discuss his new poetry collection, "I ask about what falls away," at the June 14 Writers Read at Fallbrook Library, 6:30 to 8 p.m. In his writing, Perez, a Filipino American, explores themes of the working class, family, colonialism, the Asian Pacific diaspora, and racial capitalism. His new collection is described by publisher Kaya Press, as, "At once playful and tenacious, I ask about what falls...

  • Learn to fly radio controlled aircraft for free

    Jun 6, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The Palomar Radio Control Flyers are hosting free flight lessons on Mondays from 5 p.m. until sunset, weather permitting during daylight savings time, June 17 to Aug. 28. Anyone interested should register for lessons at www.palomarrcflyers.com. PRCF will provide the airplanes. So, if someone is not sure they want to get into the hobby, they don't have to spend money on an airplane now. PRCF members will train students using their own planes. PRCF is located close to the intersection of I-15 and Route 76 (Pala...

  • Watercolor fine art painter Bates joins FAA

    Jun 6, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Beginning this June and beyond, award-winning local artist Jim Bates will display his paintings in the Fallbrook Artists Association's The Gallery at 119 N. Main Ave. Visitors are welcome at the Gallery Open House Saturday, June 8, from 2 to 4 p.m. to meet Bates and see his work. His paintings have been displayed at the San Diego Museum of Art Guild, the San Diego County Fair Fine Art Exhibitions, and at several annual art shows, including ArtWalk Liberty...

  • Preschoolers are prepared for kindergarten

    Jun 6, 2024

  • Palomar College names 2024 valedictorian

    Jun 6, 2024

    SAN MARCOS – Fallbrook resident Sophia Segerstrom has been attending Palomar College since she was 14 years old, and now, five years later, she has graduated as the college's valedictorian. While attending high school at the Audeo II Charter School, Segerstrom began taking dual enrollment courses at Palomar College. She said taking courses that she enjoyed at Palomar College, particularly theater classes, enabled her to take a wider variety of classes than her high school...

  • Van Eik and Patel receive P.E.O. Star Scholarship awards

    Jun 6, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Alexa Van Eik and Misha Patel were selected to each receive a $2500 Star Scholarship award from the P.E.O. Sisterhood. Van Eik was recommended by chapter UH and Patel was recommended by chapter PF of Fallbrook. The P.E.O. Star Scholarship was established in 2009. It recognizes the accomplishments of graduating high school women planning to pursue a post-secondary education. The competitive Star Scholarship is for women who exhibit excellence in leadership,...

  • Bender wins two Don Diego Scholarships totaling $2,000

    Jun 6, 2024

    DEL MAR – Dacey Bender, who graduates from Fallbrook Union High School with a 4.2 GPA while undertaking a challenging AP curriculum, has won two highly competitive college scholarships from the Don Diego Scholarship Foundation totaling $2,000. She will use the funds to major in Biology at UCSD on her way toward becoming an obstetrician gynecologist, "Through this career, I hope to show compassion to patients and be seen as a positive light to all I interact with." Bender is...

  • How to prepare for a long-distance move

    Jane Kepley, Special to the Village News | Jun 6, 2024

    Moving to a new home is never really easy, but it can be particularly challenging when you’re doing a long-distance move. Over 8 million people moved out of state in 2022 alone, according to the U.S. Census Bureau – and that means you can do it, too. Are you considering moving to a new state (or even region) this year? Here are some ways to make the process easier. Declutter and donate unused belongings There’s no point in moving items you no longer use or need, so...

  • BUSD approves long-range facilities master plan

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter | Jun 6, 2024

    The Bonsall Unified School District approved a long-range facilities master plan. The BUSD board voted 4-0 April 2, with Michael Gaddis absent, to approve the master plan. The plan identifies recommended improvements which would cost $126,664,762.50 in current dollars. “A long-range facilities plan is critical to great learning,” said BUSD Superintendent Joseph Clevenger. “It’s critical for any organization not only to know where they are currently but also where they’re going.” The district commissioned Eric...

  • Property owners have until June 30 to pay past due property taxes

    Jun 6, 2024

    SAN DIEGO – San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister reminded the 41,245 property owners who did not pay all their 2023-2024 property taxes there is still one month left to avoid additional penalties if the bills are paid by June 30. “On July 1, unpaid bills will go into default and receive an additional $33 redemption fee plus penalties of 1.5% each month,” said McAllister. “That penalty adds up to a hefty 18% per year but is avoidable if payments are received by the June 30 deadline.” Taxpayers...

  • New technology to improve emergency evacuations countywide

    Sir Milo Loftin, County of San Diego Communications Office | Jun 6, 2024

    A new technology launched May 29 that will help streamline the evacuation process during emergencies throughout the region. Evacuation zones powered by Genasys EVAC technology will help emergency managers and dispatchers send out more precise location-based alerts during an emergency evacuation. The zones were developed by a coalition of local emergency managers, law enforcement and fire officials, and other safety experts. The team used geo boundaries, like lakes, freeways, mountains and neighborhoods, to create more...

  • Happy Jack wins Triple Bend Stakes

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter | Jun 6, 2024

    Happy Jack trained at the San Luis Rey Training Center before trainer Doug O'Neill brought the five-year-old horse to Santa Anita Park for racing during the current meet. On June 1, Happy Jack won the Grade 2 Triple Bend Stakes. The Triple Bend Stakes was seven furlongs on Santa Anita's dirt course. Happy Jack led for the entire race, had a winning time of 1:21.32, and finished 4 1/2 lengths in front of second-place Dr. Venkman, who began his workout career at San Luis Rey....

  • Carmona wins CIF D-1 high jump championship with school record, shares second in section finals

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter | Jun 6, 2024

    The CIF San Diego Section went from two track and field divisions to three in 2021, and what had been called the division preliminaries for the purpose of placing athletes in the all-division section finals are now called the division championships. Fallbrook High School senior Sammy Carmona won the Division 1 boys high jump championship at the divisional championship meet May 11 at Del Norte High School while sharing second in what is now called the section championships, and Fallbrook senior Aiden Bernier placed third in...

  • Khoury twins conclude high school career at CIF finals

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter | Jun 6, 2024

    Fallbrook High School seniors Sahara Khoury and Maya Khoury concluded their high school track and field careers at the CIF San Diego Section championship meet May 18 at Mount Carmel High School. The Khoury twins both competed in the girls pole vault. Sahara Khoury cleared 11’3” and was given 10th place while Maya Khoury had a height of 10’9” and placed 13th. “Both of them had a great season,” said Fallbrook High School head coach Marco Arias. “I was thrilled with the stepping up of both of them,” said...

  • Swim lessons to begin June 10

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter | Jun 6, 2024

    Swim lessons at Fallbrook High School's pool will begin June 10. The lessons will be overseen by head instructor Sean Redmond, who is the Fallbrook High School girls swim coach, the diving coach for both Fallbrook's girls and boys, and the director of coaching for the Fallbrook Associated Swim Team. Seven five-day sessions will be held Monday through Friday each week through the week of July 22 to July 26. Each day's lesson will be for 40 minutes. The lessons will begin each...

  • California Farm Bureau-sponsored bill targets health and economic impacts of wildfire smoke advances

    Jun 6, 2024

    SACRAMENTO – Legislation sponsored by the California Farm Bureau that aims to improve the understanding of the health impacts of wildfire smoke and enhance the state’s ability to mitigate these impacts through data-driven approaches has passed the California Senate with unanimous support. The bill moves on to the California Assembly. Senate Bill 945, the Wildfire Smoke and Health Outcomes Data Act, authored by California Sen. Marie Alvarado-Gil, D-Jackson, seeks to establish a statewide integrated wildfire smoke and...

  • FPUD to replace GAC filter media at Santa Margarita treatment plant

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter | Jun 6, 2024

    The Fallbrook Public Utility District has awarded a contract to replace the filter media in the granular activated carbon vessels at the Santa Margarita Groundwater Treatment Plant. FPUD’s board voted 5-0 May 29 to award a $680,777 contract to Calgon Carbon Corporation for the replacement of Filtrasorb 400 carbon media over the next three years, and the contract allows for annual price increases based on costs but not to exceed 10% annually. The filters are part of the granular activated carbon system which removes per...

  • Is it time for a cookware makeover?

    Karlene Karst BSc Nutrition, Special to the Village News | Jun 6, 2024

    Have you ever heard of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances? No? Well, perhaps you’re more familiar with their acronym PFASs? Or maybe you’ve recently heard on the news or from friends that cooking with Teflon pans can harm your health, and you realized that the nonstick coating that makes Teflon pans so easy to clean contains PFASs. People are unaware that these toxic chemicals accumulate in our environment and bodies and can have severe health impacts.  What are PFASs? PFASs are a group of man-made...

  • String of events bring life, death, healing into focus

    Tim O Leary, Special to the Village News | Jun 6, 2024

    I pray, dear reader, that you permit me to detour from the mindless wanderings of my typical prattle. Today's fare will ponder the gift of life, the heartache of death, and the pangs of healing that follow the hurt. My week has been an emotional roller coaster. It will be tough to tell this tale with my usual allotment of ink. The week began with my publisher asking me to write about a local ministry with international ties. Next came the surprise birth of a baby goat, and...

  • The best clean, effective sunscreens

    Shelby Ramsey, Special to the Village News | Jun 6, 2024

    Protecting our skin is just as important as protecting our internal and mental health. Which products are on my current and favorite clean sunscreen list? We'll get to that soon. First, let's talk basics. What is clean sunscreen? In my opinion, it's a brand that cares and values human health and the planet. The ingredients are transparent, easy to understand (no dictionary needed), has minimal ingredients, and does not harm your body. The assumption is many non-clean brands...

  • Proposed rules on water quality may overwhelm farmers

    Christine Souza, California Farm Bureau | Jun 6, 2024

    Farmers in San Diego County say proposed water quality regulations that establish updated general waste discharge requirements for commercial agricultural operations are burdensome, costly and duplicate work by growers participating in other regulatory programs. Tasked with protecting water quality, the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board on March 29 released a proposed draft that creates new monitoring and reporting requirements for nitrogen applications and...

  • Going native in your garden, Part 1 of 3

    Roger Boddaert, Special to the Village News | Jun 6, 2024

    California native plants, adapted to our climate, can tolerate extended periods of heat and drought in their natural setting and the many plants covering the hills throughout Southern California display great resilience during the long, hot and rainless periods of the year. After years of drought, our landscapes have benefited greatly from the past two rainy winters and the effects speak for themselves. To get started on your native garden, here are a few ways to go about it....

  • 2024 Point-in-Time Count results released

    Jun 6, 2024

    SAN DIEGO – The Regional Task Force on Homelessness released the topline data collected from more than 1,700 volunteers spread across San Diego County in January for this year’s Point-in-Time Count, May 22. The information shows the minimum number of people experiencing homelessness across the region. Overall, the 2024 Point-in-Time Count found no less than 10,605 people experiencing homelessness across our region. This includes 6,110 unsheltered San Diegans and 4,495 individuals in shelters and transitional housing....

  • Puppy loves to play

    Jun 6, 2024

    Rutger is 6 month old, 22 lb. terrier mix. He is very playful, even-tempered and gets along with dogs his size. Rutger loves to play with his toys and also loves to play fetch. He is neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated. To meet Rutger, email [email protected]. Village News/Courtesy...

  • Update on efforts to safely remove spent nuclear fuel

    Supervisor Jim Desmond, 5th District | Jun 6, 2024

    I wanted to update you on our critical efforts to ensure the safe removal and responsible management of spent nuclear fuel from the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. The importance of this cannot be overstated. Safe and responsible management of spent nuclear fuel is essential for protecting public health, safeguarding our environment, and ensuring a secure future for future generations. While the spent nuclear fuel at SONGS is currently being stored safely, this is only...

  • Santa Fe: The End of the Road

    Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal, Special to The Village News | Jun 6, 2024

    Santa Fe is a treasure trove of history preserved within the old Adobe walls of a 250-year-old UNESCO city. At first glance, it’s easy to see the beauty of the well-maintained plaza, surrounded by exquisite art galleries and museums, a visitor can be swayed by the quaintness of Navajo vendors selling their goods on blankets strewn on the sidewalk in front of the Palace of the Governors. It’s so very, very picturesque. This is the vision City fathers and the Chamber of...

  • Bipartisan legislation advances

    Assemblymember Marie Waldron, 75th District | Jun 6, 2024

    This year, the “House of Origin Deadline” was May 24, the final day for bills to pass the house in which they were first introduced – either the Assembly or the Senate. Any bills that failed to pass by the 24th have died. Bipartisan bills that benefit all Californians often receive little press attention. This year, these include my bill, AB 1819 (Waldron), authorizing the establishment of Infrastructure Financing Districts in high fire severity zones to finance heavy...

  • A fitting ending for a Marxist Regime

    Jun 6, 2024

    America is awash in political warfare, with two embittered rivals vying for control of our country. Captivated by the romanticism of the Bolshevik Revolution, the Democrat Party is undergoing an ideological realignment, a marriage between the twentieth-century progressive sophistries of President Woodrow Wilson and the nineteenth-century egalitarian eccentricities of Karl Marx. What may have seemed impossible a decade or so ago has happened. With JFK's legacy fading as fast as Biden's memory, the Marxist takeover of the...

  • Fallbrook Art Center to open 13th Annual Artist Guild Show

    Jun 12, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Art Center's 13th Annual Artist Guild Show is opening June 8 (Tuesdays through Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sundays 12-3 p.m.) Admission is free daily for children and military, and there is no admission fee on Tuesdays for the entire community. Docent tours are available by request. The exhibition runs through July 7, at Fallbrook Art Center in The Janice Griffiths Gallery. The FAC also invites everyone to visit the newly expanded gift store of...

  • BWC-BUSD Art Show and Contest showcases local talent

    Jun 6, 2024

    BONSALL – Bonsall Woman's Club and Bonsall Unified School District collaborated this past school year for the second annual "BWC-BUSD Stages of Inspiration: Art Show and Contest." The show accepted 325 art entries and welcomed a stage full of performers and a standing-room only audience May 1, at Sullivan Middle School in Bonsall. Students in TK-fifth grade entered original art in 2D and 3D categories, while sixth to 12th grade students and BWC members competed in 2D, 3D...

  • Fallbrook Newcomers members attend a Wine & Dine Party

    Jun 6, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Newcomers recently held an enjoyable Wine & Dine Party hosted by Newcomers Wine & Dine Activity Chairperson Tom Moser. "Wine and Dine" is an evening wine and hors d'oeuvres party where members bring hors d' oeuvres or dessert to share and their favorite drink. This monthly event is held at a member's home and features good fun and meeting new people. These popular events are a great way to make new friends while enjoying a delicious meal, a glass of...

  • Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce opens Wine Trail

    Jun 6, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Looking for something fun to do this summer? Let the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce help with that. For adults 21 and over, the Fallbrook Wine Trail is returning. Residents can take the opportunity to visit and learn about some of local wineries – Adobe Hill Winery, Beach House Winery, Estate d'Iacobelli Winery, Fallbrook Winery, Monserate Vineyards & Winery, Myrtle Creek Vineyards, Romiglio Ridge Winery, and The Vineyard at 1924 – from Wednesday, July 10...

  • The library's Summer Learning Challenge is back

    Gig Conaughton, County of San Diego Communications Office | Jun 6, 2024

    Do you like to read? Do you like to learn? How about, do you like to earn prizes? Well, this summer you can do all three. The County Library Summer Learning Challenge is back! This summer's "Read, Learn, Create" reading challenge started Saturday, June 1 and runs through Aug 31. Anyone and everyone can take part. Register online or at any of the 33 County libraries, read some books, have some fun, engage in some new activities and you could just earn a prize – from...

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