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  • 2024 'Art of the Avocado' art competition winners

    Updated May 9, 2024

    2-Dimensional Category First Place: "Avo Moon Dance" – Jill Beltran, Bonsall Second place: "Growing Avocados" – Linda DiRosa, Oceanside Third place: "Flying Avocado Girl" – Ben Ussher 3-Dimensional Category First place: "Fallbrook Fruit & Flower" – Mary Brockman, San Jose Second place: "Low Hanging Fruit" – Peter Sidlauskas, Escondido Third place: "Avocado Dancer" – Lisa Stowers, Fallbrook Photography Category First place: "Chip 'N Dip" – Alexandra Carlsson, Highland Seco...

  • Fallbrook Village Rotary serves hotdogs and hamburgers

    Updated May 9, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Members of the Fallbrook Village Rotary gathered at Live Oak Park to serve refreshments and cook cheeseburger and hot dog combos to feed families at Arts in the Park, Sunday, April 28, at Live Oak Park. This is an annual "Rotarians at Work" event. Everyone enjoyed close to 500 burgers and hot dogs! All proceeds are donated to Rally for Children. For more information about the Fallbrook Village Rotary, go to https://fallbrookvillagerotary.com/. Submitted by F...

  • Arts in the Park brings the community together

    Updated May 9, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Live Oak Park was filled to the brim with children and their families enjoying the many wonderful activities of Arts in the Park, Sunday, April 28, Rally for Children, (with its co-sponsors, the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District and the Expanded Learning Program), and all of its community partners, presented the entire community with an amazing free fun day of arts, crafts, music, reptiles, magic and performances. They had 34 great booths for families t...

  • Fallbrook High hosts a night to celebrate award-winning films

    Updated May 9, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Sometimes film awards aren't made known by opening sealed envelopes. Sometimes film awards are made known by opening emails. That process is exactly how all the filmmakers at Fallbrook High School discovered that they had won Grand Jury Prizes at the 2024 Orlando International Film Festival. The Orlando International Film Festival, sponsored by the Orange County Government Arts and Culture Affairs Office and held at the University of Central Florida's p...

  • Performing arts found in the park

    Updated May 2, 2024

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  • Sculptures come to Fallbrook, including birds

    Updated May 2, 2024

    FALLBROOK –"The Shape of Things to Come" opened April 27 and runs through May 24 at The Fallbrook Art Center in The Janice Griffiths Gallery. This exhibition showcases and embraces the rich diversity of sculptural expressions from traditional materials like stone, bronze, and wood to unconventional and modern mediums such as glass, plastic, and found objects. As the world grapples with pressing environmental issues, many artists strive to raise awareness, provoke thought, a...

  • FAA offers collage demo and workshop

    Updated May 2, 2024

    FALLBROOK – On Saturday, May 18, Fallbrook Artists Association will hold its monthly general meeting and feature Karen Langer Baker as their demonstration artist. She will show a variety of collages she has created, many of them award winners in various shows, then take a drawing or painting that she has made in the past and show how to bring it to life with collage. Langer Baker has a long history as an artist. Eighty years ago, at age 8, she received her first of many schola...

  • 'Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812' is at The Cygnet Theater

    Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal, Special to The Village News|Updated May 2, 2024

    Dave Malloy set his musical career in motion by turning great literature into operettas. Stories like Moby Dick, the epic poem Beowulf and, now playing at The Cygnet Theater in Old Town, his 2012 award winning Off-Broadway play "Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812." A larger-than-life vignette extracted from the middle of Tolstoy's dynamic work "War and Peace" Malloy has set Part 8 to music. To enjoy the full magnitude of this musical, rereading these 70-pages (chapters...

  • Local sculptor installs unique work in Pasadena

    Lucette Moramarco, Associate Editor|Updated Apr 24, 2024

    When the city of Pasadena put out a public call for a sculpture to add to its Art in Public Places program last year, Kellan Shanahan decided to combine his experiences in art, architecture and computer programming to create a one-of-a-kind piece for his submission. He fabricated a small-scale model that earned him a spot in the second round where he was interviewed by the Pasadena City Council about his proposal. Once his project was chosen, building it took him three...

  • The big one is back! Circus Vargas rolls into Temecula

    Updated Apr 24, 2024

  • Artists paint local scenes for contest

    Updated Apr 24, 2024

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  • Recital at Regency entertains the residents

    Updated Apr 24, 2024

  • Theatre Talk: 'The 39 Steps'

    Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal, Special to The Village News|Updated Apr 24, 2024

    If you wish to be in on the joke, watch Alfred Hitchcock's 1926 "The 39 Steps" first. Then see the new play at New Village Arts in Carlsbad. If you don't watch it, you may fall into the same chasm I did wondering what the blazes was A.J. Knox up to? And why? All was revealed after I watched Hitchcock's film noir on YouTube this morning. That's when I got it! The play is absolutely brilliant. It went from, "oh, golly, will I be banned from another playhouse for telling the trut...

  • AAUW has a conversation with an author

    Updated Apr 17, 2024

  • 'Hearts Full of Song ' to be sung a cappella

    Updated Apr 17, 2024

    RANCHO SANTA FE – Pacific Coast Harmony will present "Hearts Full of Song," a show of modern four-part a cappella harmony music Sunday, May 5, at 2:30 p.m. at the Rancho Santa Fe Community Center, 5967 La Sendita, in Rancho Santa Fe. The music spans the "Great American Songbook," Broadway theater and film, popular songs and beyond. A highlight of the show will be a special appearance by Frequency, a student-run, tenor-bass a cappella group from University of California San D...

  • CTK Kings Players announces auditions for "Newsies, Jr."

    Updated Apr 17, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Christ the King Lutheran Church is excited to announce auditions for their summer youth musical for 2024, "Newsies, Jr." Performers ages 9 to 19 are invited to audition. Several teenage boys are needed for this show. Membership in Christ the King Lutheran Church is not required. Auditions will be held Sunday, April 28 from noon-2 p.m., and Monday, April 29 from 6-8 p.m. in the youth room of CTK, 1620 S. Stage Coach Lane. Those auditioning are required to perform a one minute song with background music (karaoke r...

  • Documentary and panel discussion honor women

    Updated Apr 14, 2024

    FALLBROOK – A community screening of "Women Talk: Women of History," a documentary featuring undersung women heroes was held Saturday, March 23 at Fallbrook Library in the community room. "Women Talk: Women of History" was crafted by noted artists and creatives of the Fallbrook community inspired by local organizations AAUW, Fallbrook Scarecrow Days and the art/artistry of BJ Lane during the pandemic. The goal was to recognize undersung women she-roes through time. AAUW m...

  • Freaney and Friends concert to feature pianist Spath

    Updated Apr 12, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Friends of the Fallbrook Library announce this month's Freaney and Friends free concert will be held Tuesday, April 23, at 1 p.m. in the Community Room at the Fallbrook Library. It will feature pianist Kristen Spath. Spath is a Boston, Massachusetts native, becoming a Southern California transplant in 2002. Originally, Spath trained as a classical pianist at the South Shore Conservatory of Music located in Hingham, Massachusetts; but soon Spath's passion d...

  • FAA offers drawing demo and plein air competition

    Updated Apr 12, 2024

    FALLBROOK – On April 20, Fallbrook Artist Association will hold its monthly general meeting and feature Francesca Bailey as their demonstration artist. Bailey will use basic techniques and tips to improve accuracy and skill in drawing from life. Bailey loves to draw people, places, and things with graphite pencil, colored pencils, and pen. Her favorite kind of drawing is en plein air, in other words, on location and outside. She has written and illustrated two children's b...

  • Award winners named for 2024 Annual Signature Watermedia International Exhibition

    Updated Apr 5, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Art Center's 15th annual Signature American Watercolor International Exhibition & Sale runs through April 14 in tThe Janice Griffiths Gallery. The center is open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sundays, 12-3 p.m. Admission is free daily for children and the military, $10 per person Wednesdays – Sundays for other community members and there is no admission fee on Tuesdays Docent tours are available by appointment. The exhibition and sal...

  • Avocado Festival offers entertainment, vendors and guacamole

    Updated Apr 4, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook has long been known for growing avocados and sharing its love for them at their annual Avocado Street Festival. Held each year in the spring, this festival highlights the community's agricultural roots in a friendly, small-town atmosphere. Hundreds of booths line Fallbrook's Main Avenue, attracting thousands of people for a day of fun, food, music and avocado-themed contests. This year's festival will be held Sunday, April 21, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. V...

  • Plentiful St. Patrick's outings a treat for ears, tongue and feet

    Tim O'Leary, Special to the Village News|Updated Apr 4, 2024

    And so I was clad in green with plenty of places to be seen. It was a St. Patrick’s Week to behold. An Irish soul with four places to go. There was dance and song, corned beef galore, brews, stews and much, much more. A wee church tossed a big bash on a wing and a prayer, with hopes it will flourish beyond compare. The four events made me ponder what it means to be a son or daughter of the Emerald Isle. It is a land of rocky soil and rugged beauty. There is joy, laughter, l...

  • Redlands Symphony to perform in Fallbrook

    Updated Apr 4, 2024

    FALLBROOK – A symphony in rural Fallbrook? Fallbrook Music Society is always evolving and presenting new and exciting programming to the area, and the concert Sunday, April 7, will be no exception. After a 10-year hiatus, the Redlands Symphony will be back in Fallbrook by popular demand, presenting a performance that pairs Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" with Piazzolla's "Four Seasons of Buenos Aires." "We look forward to sharing this experience with our community to spark m...

  • Theatre Talk:What's coming up on stage

    Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal, Special to The Village News|Updated Mar 28, 2024

    Willy Nelson will play at the Rady Shell in Jacobs Park. Wow! Read on because here is something for everybody. Broadway San Diego will hit the season running with "Disney's Aladdin" April 3 – 9, followed in June by "Mrs. Doubtfire" opening on the 4th, with "Peter Pan" flying in July 30. The theater is at 3651 Fourth Ave. For tickets, call 619-564-3000 or visit www.broadwaysd.com. California Center for the Arts has something going on several times a week including ballet. Y...

  • Brunch program to feature the Hula

    Updated Mar 28, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Women's Connection presents a professional Hula dance group and brunch at the ballroom of the Beverly Mansion at the Grand Tradition Estate & Gardens, Friday, April 19 from 10 a.m. to noon. For the program, Halau Hula O Kanoelani Hula group will be performing some authentic island dance with four professional dancers. Lia Kamminga, AnaMarie, Trish Gundy and Maggie Raskopf. Guest speaker Maggie Raskopf, dance school owner, mentor, counselor to f...

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