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July 4 event to offer variety of fun

 

Last updated 6/12/2008 at Noon



FALLBROOK — The Fallbrook Beautification Alliance (FBA) will host its fourth annual Fourth of July celebration from 4 to 9:30 p.m. at the delightful lakeside setting of the Grand Tradition.

This is the FBA’s main fundraiser for all the projects they do to keep the community attractive.

Entertainment at this year’s event will include The Corvettes, a doo-wop and Motown show band performing hits from the 1950s to 1970s; a military salute to America’s brave servicemen and women; and expanded children’s and teens activities that include a giant slide, jumper, disc jockey with music and lots of games and prizes for all age groups.

The Quack-Up Cup Race has been revamped to create more excitement. Participants need not be present to win. Other highlights include a silent auction and spectacular fireworks display.

Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for children over the age of 5. Ticket includes a chicken or barbecue beef dinner. Hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza, popcorn, other picnic foods, wine, beer and soft drinks will also be available.

Blankets, lawn chairs, sunscreen and hats are recommended. Do not bring food, drink, umbrellas or pets.

For tickets to the event only, visit Major Market, Ace Party Productions or the Fallbrook Area Visitor’s Bureau.

Buying chances for the Quack-Up Cup Race further supports the work of the FBA. Forms can be picked up at Major Market or purchased online at http://www.fallbrookbeautification.org.

Race prizes include a $1,000 savings bond from 1st National Bank of Southern California, a $500 Major Market gift certificate, a $250 Myrtle Creek Nursery gift certificate, a $250 Santa Margarita Growers gift certificate and a $250 Wee Little Sprouts gift certificate.

As an unincorporated community without a maintenance district, FBA volunteers are refurbishing Beech Street Park; providing six blocks of beautifully planted pots along Main from Fig to Ivy; and adding more “color” plants to the Mission medians to make them even more attractive.

Questions can be directed to (760) 451-3282.

 

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