Rebecca Norris poses for a photo with local violin teacher Diane Gravlin. Rebecca visited the violin display, met Gravlin and tried the violin for the first time during the Arts in the Park event 6 years ago. Rebecca has a passion for the violin and is now in her high school band and plays orchestra, chamber and symphony music. Rebecca plans to take a formal lesson from Gravlin at some point in the future.
Kyle Lennan teaches Abigale Long how to hold the bow for the bass instrument during Arts in the Park, sponsored by Rally for Children on April 23. Many types of string instruments were available but Abigale reported that she likes the bass the best of all.
“Lunch Time.” Flynn and Liam Hathaway take a break from all of the art activities and enjoy a slice of pizza while watching the Nighthawk Strings and Quartets perform.
Lissett McMahon models the paper hat that she decorated. Frazier Elementary School supported this art area.
High School volunteer Catrina Bamber helps with the sand sculpture projects. Materials were provided by the Fallbrook Street School PTA.
Brothers John and George Hodgkinson demonstrate the wooden kazoos that they made out of craft sticks, plastic straws and rubber bands. The materials and instruction were provided by Bonsall, Fallbrook Cub Scout Pack 735.
Jonathan Briick and his son Gunnar work together on their art project with materials supplied by Home Depot.
Nancy Rojas helps her daughter Leslie model her decorated mask.
Aria Springston is ready to hold a small snake for the first time. Reptiles from Murrieta Reptiles were available for visitors to hold and get to know. The area was sponsored by the Bonsall Women’s Club.
Maverick Downing, age 3, is adding a splash of green to his Dad’s palm mask project.
Cameron and his sister Ella Hogan pose for a photo with their art project, a decorated walking stick.
Makena Shobe is decorating her crutch instead of a walking stick this year. She injured her knee playing softball.
Maverick Lohre is decorating his yard art project, a garden twirler. Water bottles were cut in a spiral, a string attached to the top and then decorated with permanent markers. Brother Lawson is in the background.
Lawson Lohre gets help with his garden twirler from his mom Heather. Materials and design ideas were provided by the Fallbrook Garden Club.