Grand Del Mar hosts Holiday Open House and Tree Lighting

Festive gingerbread decorations

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The Grand Del Mar (www.thegranddelmar.com) held its fifth annual Holiday Open House and Tree Lighting on Nov. 27. Guests strolled the decked-out halls, enjoyed warm cider, had their picture taken with Santa and watched a special performance from The Nutcracker Ballet. This year’s event benefits the San Diego Center for Children. Photos: Jon Clark

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