"Harvest Music Festival"
Date: Sunday, October 17th, 2010
 
Time: 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Location: Fallbrook United Methodist Church
1844 Winter Haven Road 
 
 (located just west of the corner of Green Canyon and Winter Haven Roads)  
                        
The Fallbrook Chorale will blend their voices to perform a variety of
musical selections, including a couple of patriotic pieces. under
their director, Art Blodgett.   They will be accompanied by Jean Dixon
at the piano. Since 1989, these volunteer performers have been
dedicated to being “Music Makers” for the community.

Professional performers, Richard Pal and Gisele Piero have recently
joined their talents.  They will accompany themselves on their guitars
as they sing songs selected from artists such as; James Taylor, John
Denver. Eric Clapton, etc.

Awarding-winning Jimmy Patton on guitar, and Louisa West Patton, on
flute will perform several jazz selections.  This couple were married
in the Fallbrook United Methodist Church in 2003. You can learn more
about their music by visiting jimmypatton.com and louisawest.com

Items that have been donated for the  auction include an original
painting by a local artist, a week’s use of a time-share in Las Vegas,
a hand-made quilt, a knitted scarf and shawl,  hand-crafted jewelry,
floral arrangements and much more.

The National Charity League will have home-baked cookies for sale.

Thanks to the generosity of all of the performers, workers, and donors
of the  items for sale, 100 percent of the proceeds will go to provide
food for the needy in the Fallbrook area.

The Fallbrook Chorale 
 San Diego jazz guitarist Jimmy Patton
  

Louisa West
 
Richard Pal and Gisele Piero

All artists performing for this benefit have donated their time to support the Pantry's efforts to raise operating funds which have been greatly reduced in recent months due to the declining economy which continues to increase the number of families in need who seek the Pantry's services. 
 
FREE-WILL OFFERING and a SILENT AUCTION during the event.  
In addition to a free-will offering and opportunity to bid on auction items, attendees may donate canned goods to the Pantry.  Families with children are welcome. 
 

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"Music From the Heart"
 
Date: Sunday, February 22, 2009
 
Time: 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Location: Fallbrook United Methodist Church
1844 Winter Haven Road 
 
 (located just west of the corner of Green Canyon and Winter Haven Roads) ("Mapquest" is incorrect)
For more information please contact Executive Director Don Luallin (760) 728-7608
or Alice Saunders (760) 728-4038
 
                        
"Music From the Heart," a Benefit for the Fallbrook Food Pantry.  A variety concert featuring popular, classical and jazz music by local and regional artists:  
Vocalist Robin Adler with Dave Blackburn
  National recording artist- jazz flutist Bradley Leighton
Gospel Hall of Fame group The Johnson Family Quartet
San Diego jazz guitarist Jimmy Patton
The Fallbrook Chorale
Seventh Heaven - a Christian Duo

All artists performing for this benefit have donated their time to support the Pantry's efforts to raise operating funds which have been greatly reduced in recent months due to the declining economy which continues to increase the number of families in need who seek the Pantry's services. 
 
FREE-WILL OFFERING and a SILENT AUCTION during the event. 
 
A reception to greet the artists follows the concert with refreshments served.  In addition to a free-will offering and opportunity to bid on auction items, attendees may donate canned goods to the Pantry.  Families with children are welcome.  Nursery care provided for children 3 and under.