Del Mar Hills seeks sponsors and partygoers for HillsFest

For the annual auction, each grade at the Hills creates a unique, often usable art project. Last year’s projects included a meditation bench, an interpretive flag painting and a photo collage of the school grounds, which won a ribbon at last summer’s San Diego County Fair.

The Del Mar Hills Academy PTA is planning its biggest annual fundraiser, HillsFest, for March 24, at 6:30 p.m. The evening will feature an auction, food and drink, and dancing to ’80s music, and will be held at Arterra in the Del Mar Marriott.

The PTA is still welcoming advertisers and sponsors for the event. If you’d like to advertise, buy tickets, or donate an item for the auction — for instance, merchandise or a business service — please contact Brooke Beros at Del Mar Hills PTA is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Tickets for the evening are $40 per person if bought in advance and $50 per person at the door. All proceeds help fund vital programs and equipment at Del Mar Hills Academy.

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