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Talent on display at pumpkin-carving contest

FALLBROOK — When the Fallbrook Area Visitor’s Bureau offered a pumpkin-carving contest at its weekly Farmer’s Market on Sunday, October 25, it soon became clear that significant talent had turned out for the competition.

Individuals and families worked feverishly in three different categories: children (ages 8 to 12), teens (13 to 17) and families. Winners were selected in each category and awarded a prize.

Category winners were:

• Most Creative: Adam Kehl, 12

• Spookiest: Timothy Murray, 9

• Most Finely Detailed: Janikowski family

• Best Halloween Themed: Murray family

• Most Unique: Smith family

• Most Imaginative: Kehl family

• Most Artistic: Rachel Sutterfield family

• Scariest: Radha and Nikki Waters

Pumpkins were provided for the event by Major Market and carving tools were furnished by the Farmers Market.

The Sunday Farmers Market is gaining in popularity for its locally grown fruit and vegetables, fresh flowers, bakery goods, fish, Winchester cheeses, handmade arts and crafts. It is an opportunity to enjoy entertainment, see local art and enjoy a choice of fresh lunch items.

It is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and located in two spots: the Village Square at the corner of Main and Alvarado and in the parking lot behind Caffé Primo.


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