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Message from our Editor-in-Chief

Julie Reeder

Summer of fun in the Village

This weekend, with the help of the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce, the Village News is going to be hosting the second in a series of music events meant for all ages. The focus this time is Reggae music.

Six bands will be playing while people enjoy Kettle Corn, funnel cake, barbecued ribs, tri tip, hamburgers, hotdogs, homemade ice cream, and more. We will have face painting, a caricature artist, painting and hopefully someone making balloon creations. It promises to be a lot of fun while bringing people downtown. Our next one will be even more exciting with world-renowned reggae legend Pato Banton, who has agreed to come to Fallbrook.

Local groups have worked hard to organize quality events, building on what the business, arts, cultural and music communities have started.

The downtown merchants are planning a “Ladies Night Out” with a fashion show at Café des Artistes, and a Bikes and Brews Festival on August 7.

The Fallbrook Area Visitor’s Bureau (FAVB) is sponsoring its “Wine and a Bite” and a huge concert September 6 with one of the most popular bands today — Train (“Hey Soul Sister”, “Calling All Angels”).

In addition, Fallbrook will boast the ever-popular Fallbrook Village Rotary Luau, Hot Summer Nights, 25th annual Symphony ‘Pops’ on the Green, Rotary Club of Fallbrook’s Lobster Fest, and many other events. This is going to be a fun summer.

Watch the Village News weekly to make sure you don’t miss out!


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