Candlelight dinner planned at Solana Beach Presbyterian Church

A “Boomers Candlelight Dinner with Friends” will be held at Solana Beach Presbyterian Church on Dec. 16, at 6 p.m., at Debin Hall.

Enjoy a delightful evening filled with the sights and sounds of the season! Appetizers, elegant surf & turf dinner, fellowship with friends & family, and a very special music program by The Rear View Mirror Band will make for a wonderful holiday celebration.

Invite your friends and family…children 12 and older are welcome to this special event. (Childcare will not be available.) Wear your holiday sparkles and join in the festivities! SBPC Boomers & Beyond will be collecting new and gently used warm gloves & hats for both the Presbyterian Urban Ministry (PUM) and the Encinitas Community Resource Center (CRC).

Registration is available on the patio Dec. 4 & 11, by mail, or in the Mature Adult Ministry office. Payment deadline is Dec. 12. For more information, visit www.solanapres.org/events/mature-adults

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