Del Mar greets holidays with walk through Wonderland

Families enjoyed a variety of holiday-themed activities at the annual Holiday Wonderland, sponsored by the Del Mar Village Association, on Dec. 6. There are more events ahead:
– Music at the Plaza: 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 11 Lindsey Yung; Dec. 18 Michael Tiernan.
- Santa visits: Saturday afternoons at Il Fornaio.
- Children’s “Nutcracker”: Scripps Performing Arts Academy, 4 to 5 p.m. Dec. 20, Plaza Deck. (858) 755-1179.

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  3. Lindbergh Field gets free Wi-Fi through holidays
  4. Free holiday parking extended
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