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Chamber offers holiday activities


Last updated 12/2/2020 at 3:21pm

FALLBROOK – For anyone looking for something to do for the holidays, the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce can help with that. Its Holiday Treasure Hunt has begun. Participants can pick up their Book of Clues at the chamber office, 111 S. Main Ave. and solve each clue by visiting the participating businesses in the Friendly Village.

When they return their completed books to the chamber office, they will be entered into a special drawing. This fun activity, which goes until Dec. 23, is designed to help people discover Fallbrook and support local businesses. The whole family can participate too.

For adults 21 and over, the Happy Holiday Wine Trail has also begun. Take the opportunity to visit and learn about some of the local wineries – Beach House Winery, Casa Tiene Vista Vineyard, Estate d’Iacobelli Winery, Fallbrook Winery, Myrtle Creek Vineyards, The Vineyard at 1924 and Toasted Oak Vineyards & Winery – from now until the end of the year.

For $20, each participant will receive a gift bag with a souvenir wineglass, a lanyard and badge to wear during their visits and a passport with detailed information about each winery’s offerings. It will allow them to purchase three wine tastings for $5 at each venue. Only those with the Happy Holiday Wine Trail package will be able to enjoy this deal.

The Book of Clues for the Holiday Treasure Hunt and the Happy Holiday Wine Trail Passport package can both be picked up at the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce office. Call 760-728-5845 with any questions.

Submitted by the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce.


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