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Fallbrook Art Association's Art Assist Program enriches art education


Last updated 3/11/2019 at 8:25pm

Twin sisters Elysia and Amelia create suncatchers at the Fallbrook Library.

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook Art Association helps to enrich art education for local children at the Fallbrook library monthly through its Art Assist Program.

The twins' brother Jeremi makes a sun art project through the Fallbrook Art Association's Art Assist Program at Fallbrook Library.

Young participants enjoyed making sun catchers in February. Fallbrook Art Association is dedicated to supporting art in the community by sponsoring demonstrations, workshops, festivals and exhibits. Volunteers will work with students in kindergarten through fourth grade and grades 5-8, March 30, in two separate groups and assist them in creating artwork for the "Art of the Avocado," a children's art show hosted at The Brandon Gallery, 127 N. Main Street, in April. Fallbrook Art Association also raises funds for high school and college scholarships.

Submitted by Fallbrook Art Association.


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