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- Old Fashioned Christmas Event
The Fallbrook Historical Society’s annual Old Fashioned Christmas event was a big hit on Sunday, December 3rd. Santa Claus delighted the children, while everyone was entertained by the carolers, the wood-carvers demonstrations, craft stations for the kids, various vendors, and of course, all the regular attractions of the Fallbrook Heritage Center.
The Fallbrook Historical Society was chartered in 1976 and is dedicated to collecting, preserving and displaying the history and artifacts of Fallbrook.
The Fallbrook Historical Society (FHS) received its Charter, approval of exemption as a Non-Profit Corporation and Articles of Incorporation on August 9, 1976. The first general meeting of the FHS was called to order by George Kelsey in the Fallbrook High School Cafeteria on April 4, 1977. The current location of the museum and Pittenger House, were purchased in 1981. Construction of the “Barn” began on June 3, 2006, culminating with the “Barn” being formally dedicated and named the Donald J. Rivers Interpretive Center on October 9, 2011.