North Coast Toastmasters now meets at St. Peter’s in Del Mar

The North Coast Toastmasters recently relocated to a permanent location at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Del Mar. The group meets from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Wednesdays. The club has open enrollment and new members can join at any time. Membership fees are $39 for six months. Guests are welcome.

Parking is designated to the church lot across from Union Bank.

At North Coast Toastmasters, members learn speaking skills by working together in a supportive environment. The North Coast Club has 30 members, approximately 20 who attend weekly, as their schedule permits. Each meeting gives everyone an opportunity to speak and practice conducting meetings and offering constructive evaluation. Visit

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