Folklorico Fun at La Colonia Park

Margaret Schlesinger, Dave Robert, Kathalyn Nelson

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The Solana Beach Civic and Historical Society held a festive general meeting, titled “Folklorico Fun,” on March 11 at La Colonia Park Community Center.

St. Leo’s Ballet Folklorico, under the direction of Elba Montes, performed. Photos: Jon Clark

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