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  • FAA announces February art show winners

    Updated Feb 22, 2024

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  • The Bakers score big in February

    Updated Feb 22, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Karen Langer Baker has received first place awards in two different exhibitions this month. One first place winning piece, "Gourds on Display," is a complicated monotype print that she described in detail on "How It's Made," which can be found on Escondido Art Association's Instagram site. Her acrylic and collage, "Red Ball," received a first place award in Fallbrook Art Association's February exhibit while her watercolor, "Memories," received a second place...

  • Pala concert allows Yesterday band to commemorate Beatles legacy

    Joe Naiman, Village News Reporter|Updated Feb 22, 2024

    On March 15, 2015, yesterday was March 14, 2015. Prior to August 1965, yesterday meant the previous day. On Aug. 6, 1965, the Beatles released their Help album whose songs included "Yesterday," and in 1989 Don Bellezzo founded a Beatles tribute band called Yesterday. The Yesterday tribute band members live in the Las Vegas area and performed at Pala Casino's Events Center on Feb. 2, 2024. Beatles drummer Ringo Starr performed on that same stage with Ringo Starr and His All...

  • A rainy day at Potter Junior High

    Updated Feb 16, 2024

    Potter Junior High teacher Chris Burrows submitted these photos Feb. 6; they were taken by two of the seventh graders in his School Announcement Class, Lily Bakalchuck and August Wilson....

  • Fallbrook Propane Gas Company seeks artists for Art of the Avocado Art Competition

    Updated Feb 16, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Propane Gas Company, sponsor of the "Art of the Avocado" art competition is now calling for entries. The art competition is part of Fallbrook's annual Avocado Festival. Any artistic medium may be submitted – the only restriction is that an "avocado" must be easily identifiable in all pieces. Three categories: 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional cash prizes awarded in each: first place – $300, second place – $200, and third place – $100. The photogra...

  • World Chamber Jazz Ensemble, Quarteto Nuevo, to perform in Fallbrook

    Updated Feb 16, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Returning to Fallbrook by popular acclaim, Fallbrook Music Society brings musical ensemble, Quarteto Nuevo, back to Fallbrook Sunday, Feb. 18, at 2 p.m. Fallbrook is one of their first stops during their upcoming Western states tour. "Quarteto Nuevo's virtuoso musicians skillfully blend their music with a contemporary flair along with the new sounds of their 'Jazz Road Suite,'" Bob Freaney, president of Fallbrook Music Society, said. "We've had numerous folks...

  • Ragland's "Midway Magic" chosen for S.D. Fair publicity

    Updated Feb 13, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Jack Ragland was thrilled when Kate Fitzsimmons, the director of the Fine Art Department of the San Diego County Fair, called and asked if he would give his permission to use his 2005 first prize and Best of Show plein air competition winner for their publicity this year. The theme is "retro." They went back over the prize winners for 54 years, since the inception of the Fine Art Division of the Fair, and they felt that Ragland's painting perfectly embodied the...

  • FAA demo to be watercolors

    Updated Feb 9, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Artist Association is excited to announce that FAA Gallery has moved back to downtown Fallbrook and is now located in the middle of the block at 119 N. Main Ave. right next door to Sage Yoga. Visitors can drop by Wednesday thru Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. or visit The Gallery during the reception for the February show on Feb. 10, 3–5 p.m. The reception is open to the public so they can meet the artists. There will be a ribbon presentation and...

  • Life in Fallbrook when the sun shines

    Updated Feb 9, 2024

    Besides documenting Workers of the Week at businesses around town, volunteer photographer David Landry captures interesting shots of life in the village whenever he goes out. From horses being trained to oranges hanging on a tree, bees or ladybugs hanging out in local gardens to sunsets, he sends us a record of the small aspects of life in Fallbrook....

  • Fallbrook singer-songwriter featured in Bluegrass Today

    Village News staff|Updated Feb 7, 2024

    Fallbrook singer-songwriter B.K. "Nick" Nicholson was recently featured in Bluegrass Today magazine and Bluegrasstoday.com. Nicholson is not your typical musician. You may find him in front of the local grocery store sharing his musical ability, in church doing worship, or with band members providing entertainment at a festival or event. He is a multi-instrumentalist who not only performs in two Southern California bands, High Mountain Road and his own band, Desperado...

  • Art center debuts photography exhibit

    Updated Feb 1, 2024

    FALLBROOK – The inaugural photography exhibition, "Visual Narratives: The Art of Observation", showcases award-winning national and international photographers' work at the Fallbrook Art Center and opens Feb. 3. The art center will be open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This must-see show promises to be a captivating experience, allowing viewers to see the world through the creative lens of these talented photographers. "Visual Narratives: The Art of...

  • Free calendars feature fourth-graders' water artwork

    Updated Feb 1, 2024

    FALLBROOK – About 275 Fallbrook fourth-graders put their creative caps on for the Fallbrook Public Utility District's annual water conservation poster contest. But only 14 made it into the final product: the 2024 "Be Water Smart" calendar. Twelve of those winning images appear inside the calendar – one for each of the 12 months of the year; another image is printed on the cover, and another is for January of 2025. The calendars are available free at the FPUD office, and...

  • Fallbrook Newcomers attend a festive holiday party at Pala Mesa Resort

    Updated Feb 1, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Newcomers, the community organization dedicated to welcoming and promoting friendship among Fallbrook residents, recently held a fun and festive Holiday Party at the lovely Pala Mesa Resort hosted by Newcomers Events Director Candice Kelly. The Newcomers' annual Holiday Party provides an opportunity for members to enjoy socializing, great entertainment, dancing and a delicious full course buffet dinner at a lovely venue. The Holiday Party took place Dec...

  • Encore kicks off 2024

    Updated Feb 1, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Encore Social Club started the new year with their monthly coffee meeting, and hosted guest speaker Frank Brock from the Fallbrook Substation Senior Volunteer Patrol (SVP). SVP is designed to draw upon the experience of citizens aged 50 and over in the community, providing a valuable resource to the Sheriff's Department. SVP's perform a multitude of functions for the department including crime prevention, citizen assistance, vacation home checks, and phone calls...

  • January brings big art wins for the Bakers

    Updated Jan 25, 2024

  • Theatre Talk through February

    Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal, Special to The Village News|Updated Jan 25, 2024

    Keep an eye out for these interesting options. Like Broadway San Diego is getting ready for "Bluey's Big Play" Feb. 9-11, followed by "Chicago" in time for Valentine's Day the Feb. 13-18. Tickets will go fast at 3651 Fourth Ave, call 619-564-3000, visit https://www.broadwaysd.com/ or email [email protected]. Nearby, the California Center for the Arts in Escondido at 340 N. Escondido Blvd. continues to delight, bringing the renowned Tony Award winning play, "Curious Incident...

  • Bach to Beatles concert at Mission Theater fills every seat, despite rainy weather

    Updated Jan 22, 2024

    UPDATE: Despite the heavy rain on Sunday afternoon, the Mission Theater was packed and standing room only for the Bach to Beatles show, featuring Fred Benedetti, Peter Sprague and Mackenzie Leighton. The show was free of charge and sponsored by the Fallbrook Music Society. The talent of the trio was much appreciated by the crowd. ____________________________________________________________ FALLBROOK – Having changed the world with their musical talents and innovative...

  • Temecula museum to feature 'Black and White in Black and White: Images of Dignity, Hope and Diversity in America' exhibit

    Updated Jan 18, 2024

    TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Museum will feature the photographic exhibit, "Black and White in Black and White," which reveals dignity, hope of African Americans in early 20th century America, until Sunday, March 24. In 1965, 16-year-old Doug Keister acquired 280 glass plate negatives, originally found at a local garage sale. He immediately made prints from some of the plates, revealing powerful, early 20th-century portraits of African Americans in Lincoln, Nebraska....

  • FAA meeting to feature print making

    Updated Jan 11, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Artist Association is excited to announce that FAA Gallery has moved back to downtown Fallbrook and is now located in the middle of the block at 119 N. Main Ave., right next door to Sage Yoga. It is still a work in progress, but up and running, the doors are open and the January Art Show is on display. Drop by Wednesday thru Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Jan. 20, FAA welcomes Igor Koutsenko who will demonstrate Print Making in the general meeting held...

  • Free concert to feature oboe and piano

    Updated Jan 11, 2024

    FALLBROOK - This month's Freaney and Friends free concert will happen on Wednesday, Jan. 17 at 1 p.m. in the Community Room at the Fallbrook Library. It will feature oboist Dr. Hao Yu and pianist Dan Yu. Dr. Hao Yu is an Oboe Associate Professor, Master's Supervisor, Dean of Orchestra Department at the college of Music, Qingdao University in China. He is also the conductor of the Qingdao University Symphony Orchestra and Choir. He earned a doctoral degree from Far Eastern Stat...

  • New Year's Theatre Talk

    Updated Jan 10, 2024

    Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal Special to The Village News The last two shows I attended were at opposite ends of the entertainment spectrum. Both were limited performances in that they only lasted the weekend of their performance. Therefore, what's left is the impression they made and why next year, you may wish to seek them out. Over the last weekend in November to Dec. 3, North Coast Repertory invited Ronny Marmo back to perform his one-man tribute show called "I'm not a...

  • 'Beginnings' and 'Story Torsos' bring new art to the library

    Updated Jan 4, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Friends of the Fallbrook Library present two new art exhibits. “Beginnings” in the Community Room and “Story Torsos” on the Reading Patio will be on display from Jan. 16 to March 15. The beginning of a new year, new career, new love, new start, new life. The art show in the Community Room hosts 15 exceptional artists from West Coast Drawing. These artists, facing a blank sheet of paper or canvas, ask themselves, “Do I start with a line, a spot, a...

  • Fallbrook Propane Gas Company seeks artists

    Updated Jan 4, 2024

    FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Propane Gas Company, sponsor of the "Celebrate! Holidays & Family Traditions" art competition is calling for entries. Any artistic medium may be submitted. Artwork should be no larger than 24 inches on any side. See entry rules for more detailed information. Entries must be delivered to the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce Saturday, Jan. 27. In three categories, two-dimensional and three-dimensional cash prizes will be awarded in each for first place ...

  • Encore honors its club declaration: 'Where the Fun Happens!'

    Updated Dec 28, 2023

    FALLBROOK – December brought about many special gatherings for Encore members. The month opened up with Encore showing its Christmas spirit by representing their organization in the 42nd Annual Fallbrook Christmas Parade. Members walked with Bob Nelson's vintage 1929 Model A pickup truck, Encore banners, and spirited Christmas attire. As December proceeded, many were entertained at a private theater showing of "Made in USA" at Vista's Broadway Theater. The evening started...

  • Students perform for Silvergate residents

    Updated Dec 28, 2023

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