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Fallbrook Avocado Festival, downtown Main Ave all day.
Once again the Fallbrook Vintage Car Club will take over the corner of Main Street and Fig Street (Village Smog) showing off some of our beautiful cars, selling club merchandise and extending a welcome to thousands of visitors that pass through our display. The club has participated in this event since the early 90’s and attracted many friends and new members. It will be the initial showing and sale of our beautiful poster for 2022 number 35 in the series since 1985.
We invite members to bring their special automobiles to display. Please contact Steve Shapiro at email@example.com or by phone at 1-760-390-1423 and include your name and what automobile you will be bring-ing. There will be plenty of shade, cold water and great conversation for all.
Automobiles must be in place by 8:30 am and need to remain on site until about 4:30. Members will be free to visit the festival and/or leave the area as long as they return by 4:00. The cars are very secure and looked after by devot-ed club members that remain on site all day. We have room for about 22 cars, first come first served. We would appreciate some early birds to help us setup for the event at 7 am.
We will display our cars at the Village Smog property, Main and Fig. Enter the property from South Mission, East on Fig to Main St. Thanks ! Steve
Our Merchandise Committee also needs your help at the sales booth.
The proceeds from both the Avocado Festival and the Car Show go back to the community to support non-profits like youth sports, area beautification and other community-based programs.
Please contact Annette McGuire if you can help for a couple of hours in the morning or afternoon.
This is an important event for the club and a great chance for all to be involved!
Our spot is at Village Smog, across from Wells Fargo Bank. Need volunteers for setup and take-down of EZ ups, tables, merchandise, and 22 Cars are needed to show the public! Contact Steve Shapiro, firstname.lastname@example.org