Solana Beach Library celebrates 10th anniversary

Solana Beach Library branch manager Rebecca Lynn

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A 10th anniversary celebration was held July 16 at the Solana Beach Library. The event included an open house and anniversary ceremony. Entertainment was provided by Kathy Felker, professional puppeteer and ventriloquist; magician Michael Johnson; and the Peter Sprague Trio. The Friends of the Library sponsored the free event. Photos: Jon Clark

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