Festivities start early

The streets of the Village were filled Sunday with ghouls, ghosts and adorable characters during the annual Halloween celebration.

Businesses decorated and opened their doors to offer treats during the festivities, which were free and open to the public. The Del Mar Library was craft central, while face painting and hair coloring were offered at the Plaza. A magic show entertained Halloween revelers in the amphitheater outside of L’Auberge. The Del Mar Village Association organized the event.

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