A fair day in Rancho Santa Fe

The first Rancho Santa Fe Street Fair took place May 9 along Paseo Delicias. The free family-oriented event gave shoppers one last chance to get the perfect Mother’s Day gift and an opportunity to win a “Mother’s Day Dream Basket” in a raffle.

The raffle and a silent auction raised funds for Kids Korps’ youth and family volunteer programs.

The Street Fair, called “Taste of the Ranch,” highlighted local restaurants, which offered finger-food appetizers for sale. Delicias and Mille Fleurs participated, donating a percentage of their proceeds to Kids Korps.

Kids Korps set up a “Volunteer Village,” giving visitors the opportunity to contribute to the organization’s projects, such as making blankets for foster children, making greeting cards for the troops and seed balls for habitat protection.

Purchase photos from this event.

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