Day at the Races celebrates 50th anniversary

As part of the City of Del Mar’s celebration of 50 years of incorporation, the Del Mar Historical Society is sponsoring “A Day at the Races” at noon on Aug. 30, at the racetrack. The event will be in a private grandstand skybox with a representative from the Thoroughbred Club talking about the history of the track. Tickets include lunch and ten races.

There are 80 spaces at $75. Make checks payable to DMHS and mail to DMHS, P.O. Box 2233, Del Mar CA 92014, or reserve online at

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  5. Trios Gallery celebrates anniversary

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