Del Mar transforms into Holiday Wonderland

Downtown Del Mar celebrated the season Dec. 5 with its annual Holiday Wonderland. The annual event, hosted by the Del Mar Village Association and the city of Del Mar, features an annual community holiday tree lighting ceremony, horse and carriage rides, Santa, strolling carolers, a school-run cake-walk, holiday craft activities, restaurant tastes, a Kids Fun Zone, snow, a Holiday Gift Bazaar and more. A portion of the event’s proceeds benefit local schools, supporting music enrichment programs. (Photos/Jon Clark)

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