Del Mar becomes an Old Fashioned Holiday Wonderland

Joe and Barbara Mullen, Mayor Don Mosier

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Downtown Del Mar was transformed into an Old Fashioned Holiday Wonderland on Dec. 4. The event featured a snow play area; horse-drawn carriage rides; restaurant tastes; a cake walk; choir, band and dance performances; holiday crafts and fun zone for kids; and a special visit from Santa for pictures followed by the annual tree lighting at the L’Auberge Amphitheater. The event benefits local schools and city revitalization. Photos: Jon Clark

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