Del Mar Foundation invites residents to Summer Kick-off Beach Party June 5

Join the Del Mar Foundation for the Summer Beach Party 2011 on Sunday, June 5, at Powerhouse Park from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. co-sponsored by the Children’s and Hospitality Committees of the Del Mar Foundation. Residents of all ages will find fun activities guaranteed to jumpstart the summer for you, children and grandchildren. Pack a picnic; bring your beach chairs and blankets; come ready to enjoy the weather, art projects, music, ice cream, cookies, and the beach “talk and walk” and clean up sponsored by the Del Mar Lifeguards and the Del Mar Foundation.

The afternoon will begin at 3 p.m. with arts and crafts by the Del Mar Library, a presentation with photos about local sea life and the environment by Tomas Bryant, a community services specialist with the City of Del Mar and experienced deep sea diver, a beach walk/cleanup with friends, ice cream from Sunset Yogurt & Ice Cream and live music on the stage area by the band Lucas, made up of local residents Kevin Gawle, Mark Amador, Tim Hart and Tim Grenda. Their music spans the generations featuring songs from the ‘70s to the ‘90s. For additional information visit www.delmarfoundation.org.

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