Taste of DM, Art Stroll scheduled for Oct. 3

The Del Mar Village Association’s annual Taste of Del Mar and Art Stroll are coming up on Oct. 3. The event includes a free art stroll from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. featuring artwork, ceramics and jewelry from more than 70 artists.

The Taste of Del Mar features the finest North County restaurants offering culinary creation coupled with wine and ale tasting from noon to 4 p.m. The day’s events also include live music, a children’s interactive art area and a pet stroll.

Taste of Del Mar tickets cost $40 and can be bought at www.delmarmainstreet.com, at Union Bank of California at 1435 Camino del Mar or at Willis Allen Real Estate at 1424 Camino del Mar.

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  2. ‘Taste of North County’ set
  3. Lux After Dark fundraiser scheduled for Sept. 26
  4. DMVA recognizes leaders in revitalization efforts
  5. Second annual Lobster and Wine Festival set

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