Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post See Image Gallery. Sarah Sandor and her grandson, 3-year-old Van Wicks, work on their pinata during Arts in the Park, which is sponsored by Rally for Children and the Fallbrook Elementary School District. Marvella Soto decorates a bookmark after visiting the face-painting booth at Arts in the Park on April 27. Peyton Anderson proudly displays her wooden boat which she made at the wood project area on April 27. Volunteer Jason Fernandez, center, applies plaster to a sand cast created by Aiden Berger, left, as Lucas Hudak watches the process. The Starlighters perform show tunes at Live Oak Park as part of the entertainment during Arts in the Park. Ivy Lazenby displays her finished book bag, painted at the Fallbrook Library Sisters Emma Sue, left, and Ella Jean Martinez turn balloons into pinatas at one of the activity stations at Arts in the Park. Evelyn Hard, right, and her brother Michael paint a section of a mural at the family event held at Live Oak Park. Members of the Jazz Band from Potter Jr. High perform for the crowd at the 21st annual Arts in the Park. From left, volunteers Michaela Gaspar, Diane Hernandez and Elizabeth Ortiz wrap string around pine cones that will be smeared with peanut butter and rolled in bird seed to become bird feeders. From left, volunteers Michaela Gaspar, Diane Hernandez and Elizabeth Ortiz wrap string around pine cones that will be smeared with peanut butter and rolled in bird seed to become bird feeders. Girlfriends Camryn Sherer, front, and Ivy Lazenby, rear, are working on book bags supplied by the Fallbrook Library. Performers, from left, Carol Baker, Phee Sherline, and Jim Przywara play the Hammer Dulcimer. Children explore Arts in the Park at 21st annual event sponsored by Rally for Children and FUESD added by Newsroom on May 1, 2014 View all posts by Newsroom → 2 Responses to "Children explore Arts in the Park at 21st annual event sponsored by Rally for Children and FUESD" Lee May 1, 2014 at 2:39 pm To all the organizers, a HUGE, HUGE ‘thank you’!!!!! THIS is what Fallbrooks needs more of! This is the spirit! THIS is how you instill sensitivity, respect, kindness, love and peace in our children: through the arts. THIS is how you prevent a potential criminal 20 years down the road from committing his/her crime. THIS is how you build a, yes, good society: through the arts. With the MISERABLE decline in the funding of the arts in our public schools — a national disgrace! — these programs are as important as ever. Again, I cannot thank all the organizers enough for this event! Parents, PLEASE expose your children to the arts!!!!! Reply Lee May 1, 2014 at 2:54 pm When a little child paints a tree, or a mountain, or the sun, or a butterfly, he/she may very well NOT cut down and log a tree 20 years from now, but instead may say that the tree is beautiful and to be respected. And you have a person who respects Mother Nature. When a little child paints a tree, a mountain, a horse, or the ocean, he/she may not dig up several acres looking for a few silly ounces of gold 20 years down the road. And you have a person who respects Mother Nature. When a little child paints Mommy, Daddy and Junior standing in front of their home next to a tree with the sun shining up above, he/she may very well not want to harm another person in ANY way, shape or form 20 years down the road. And you have a pacifist. When a little child paints holding hands with all his/her friends in front of his/her school, he/she may very well respect people from all over the world not wishing them any harm throughout his/her entire life. And you have a pacifist. Art is the expression of one human being to another, "I love you." Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.