FLC to launch first membership drive

Here’s an opportunity for all Fallbrookians who care about our lovely rural community and natural heritage: join the Fallbrook Land Conservancy! A membership drive will begin on Friday, March 4, and conclude Thursday, March 10. The goal is to try and double FLC’s active membership, which currently stands at over 600 members at various levels, […]

Community Read special events:

March 1 – April 29: Steinbeck Photo Exhibit, open to the public, Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is free. Located at Salon Room, Cafe des Artistes, 103 S. Main St. April 3: Steinbeck Film Fest — “Cannery Row,” starring Nick Nolte and Debra Winger — 1:30 p.m. at Mission Theater. Admission is free; no reservations […]

Community Read offers events

FALLBROOK — Steinbeck is coming to Fallbrook! John Steinbeck is the featured author for the Friends of the Fallbrook Library’s second annual Community Read. Area residents are encouraged to read “East of Eden,” “Travels with Charley,” “Cannery Row” or anything other writings of this legendary American author and discuss with family and friends, in book […]

Six from Pendleton receive awards

At a combined meeting of the Oceanside and Fallbrook Rotary Clubs, a number of servicepeople from Camp Pendleton were given awards at Fallbrook’s Grand Tradition on Monday, Feb. 7. Based on their commanding officers’ commendations, five servicemen and one servicewoman were recognized for their outstanding performances and received plaques to commemorate this special occasion. Rotary […]

FALLBROOK COMMUNITY PLANNING GROUP DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE

Special Meeting Monday, 28 February, 7:00 p.m., Art Studios of Fallbrook, 310 East Alvarado Street AGENDA 1. Open Forum. Opportunity for members of the public to speak to the Fallbrook Design Review Committee on any subject matter within the Committee’s jurisdiction but not on today’s agenda. Three-minute limitation. Non-discussion & non-voting item. 2. The Design […]

Give hope to a child

Give an abused child a voice. Volunteer to serve as a court-appointed special advocate or education surrogate. All training provided. Our next information session is Wednesday, April 13. Call Voices for Children at (858) 569-2019 or visit www.voices4children.com.

Book Talk slated for Mar. 10

“A Good Year” by Peter Mayle will be the subject of discussion at the March 10 session of Book Talk. Discussion leader will be Connie O’Connor, a former English teacher at Fallbrook High School. Book Talk, sponsored by the Friends of the Fallbrook Library, is open to anyone who enjoys reading and would like the […]

PC Users Group meets Feb. 24

Tonight, February 24, the Fallbrook PC Users Group will have a presentation by The Digital Photo Guy, Lee Otsubo. Otsubo returns to present the first of three programs, “Digital Cameras for Complete Newbies.” Don’t be misled by the title. Lee will present a practical introduction to digital cameras and will take the mystery out of […]

People to People needs volunteers

Fallbrook People to People Employment Services and Vocational Counseling is a free nonprofit service to the people of Fallbrook. We work on donations from firms, clubs and the people of Fallbrook. We are looking for four volunteers for three-hour shifts. We train for the easy job. We are at 140 W. Mission and our phone […]

Quilt Guild meets Mar. 3

Peggy Martin’s Trunk Show, “Adventurers in Color,” will headline the Fallbrook Quilt Guild’s March meeting on March 3. The evening begins at 6:30, followed by the business meeting at 7:00, and at 7:30 Peggy will present her trunk show. Peggy has presented programs and workshops since 1988. She has exhibited at the AQS Show in […]