Info center reopens in Del Mar

The Del Mar Visitor/Community Information Center, housed under a canopy in front of the Powerhouse Community Center, has reopened for the summer.

The center is sponsored by the Del Mar Village Association and the city of Del Mar and run by volunteers. Restaurant menus, maps, coupons, brochures and fliers listing Del Mar shopping and services are available.

The Visitor Center is open every Saturday starting June 20 until Labor Day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For more information or to volunteer, e-mail or call 755-1179.

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  4. Plan to expand Solana Beach shopping center progresses
  5. A new chapter: Library reopens with bright new look

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