Del Mar Foundation to host tea event for mothers, children

The Del Mar Foundation will hold its next Children’s Committee Event from 2 to 4 p.m. May 2 on the pool patio of the Del Mar Hilton Hotel, 15575 Jimmy Durante Blvd. to celebrate the bond between mothers and their children on the Sunday before Mother’s Day.

Nicole MacIntosh of La Bonne Vie Events will host the “Mom and Me, A Tea by the Sea,” an afternoon of song, storytelling and activities for children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews or any special child in your life.

According to the foundation, “From the moment you’re seated and the afternoon tea bell rings, you’ll appreciate how Nicole leads the children through the etiquette of a tea, learning about table talk and manners, and savoring the special refreshments and tea service carefully planned for our group by the Del Mar Hilton.”

The tea will be followed by a craft provided by the staff of the Del Mar Branch of the San Diego County Library. To register (by April 28), visit All ticket sales are final. The cost is $42 per adult and $30 per child under age 12. This program is for children ages 4 and older, and participants are invited to dress in their Sunday best. For more details, e-mail

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