Cruisin’ Grand doubles in size

ESCONDIDO — Beginning Friday, April 1, and continuing through September 30, from 5-9 p.m. Cruisin’ Grand is back and doubled in size! The new official Cruisin’ Grand route will extend and loop around Grand Avenue and Second Avenue! Join over 400 American-made hotrods, custom, vintage, classic cars and trucks as they begin the six-month Friday […]

Angel Joy Blue joins Redlands Orchestra in concert

FALLBROOK — In its fourth concert of the season, the Fallbrook Music Society presents Redlands Symphony Orchestra and soprano soloist Angel Joy Blue, under the baton of Maestro Jon Robertson. The program will include the overture to the opera “Nabucco,” several arias from Mozart and Verdi operas, and Mendelssohn’s Fourth Symphony, the “Italian.” 21-year-old guest […]

LWCF hosts bluegrass gospel

FALLBROOK — Living Waters Christian Fellowship, 2000 Reche Road, has announced the appearance of husband and wife team “Rick and Bebe,” bluegrass musicians and singers, on Sunday, March 6, at 10:45 a.m. The duo appears weekly throughout the winter in USA and Canadian churches before returning to Bogota, Colombia, where they entertain thousands annually at […]

‘St. Patrick’s in a Dublin Pub’ March 5

The Sons of Anacreon are coming back to town, starting their St. Patrick’s Day celebration here in Fallbrook at Cask ’n Cleaver on March 5 with “St. Patrick’s in a Dublin Pub.” Their last show here was such a hit, they will be doing two shows this time around. “The Family Show” — doors open […]

Kiwanis Club to bring Bloodmobile to Fallbrook

The Bloodmobile from the San Diego Blood Bank will be in the Major Market parking lot on Saturday, March 5, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Kiwanis Clubs in North County sponsor an annual month-long blood drive to help the Blood Bank meet the needs of patients in San Diego County hospitals. As an […]

Curves holds ribbon-cutting ceremony

“We knew when we moved to Fallbrook over three years ago that there was a special purpose for coming,” said Ritzy Stanley. “From the very first day we drove through the Village, I knew this was where I would participate in a community and be part of its future. When I became involved in a […]

CPR training offered

“CPR for Friends and Family,” a non-tested/non-certified course perfect for basic information, babysitters, those with a new baby in the house or family caregivers, will be held Saturday, April 23, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The course is sponsored by North County Fire Department’s Community Outreach Program and is open to all fire district […]

Weight loss with bariatric surgery

Tired of dieting? Have you wondered about bariatric surgery? Surgical treatment is medically necessary for morbid obesity because it is the only proven method of achieving long-term weight control for these people. Morbid obesity correlates with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 40 kg/m2 or with being 100 pounds overweight. Being overweight is associated with […]

Anderson-Mitterling compete in OCR

They did it! Mikee Anderson-Mitterling, grandson of Don and Joan Mitterling, longstanding residents of Fallbrook, CA, and his teammate, David Hughes, had two goals going into the Rolex Miami OCR (Olympic Classes Regatta). The primary goal was to qualify first for the US National 470 Team, which they did, and in the process put 29 […]

Plans for Arts in the Park underway

Celebrating the 12th year of Arts in the Park, the Rally for Children committee is planning the biggest, most exciting free family event ever for April 24. A model of community cooperation, Rally appreciates volunteers from Fallbrook Union Elementary School District and Fallbrook/Bonsall PTAs, Rotary clubs, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, AAUW/AVID students, 4-H, Fallbrook Garden […]