Taste for Learning to benefit Solana Pacific

On Thursday, March 1, from 5:30-8 p.m., the Solana Beach Foundation for Learning will debut its Taste for Learning fundraiser. This event will be a great opportunity to mingle and enjoy the company of other families and supporters of the Solana Pacific Elementary community. The evening will be centered around a casual wine tasting and a fundraising auction. Local restaurants will provide appetizers and desserts, and there will be music and art work to enjoy.

All proceeds from A Taste for Learning will support art, science, technology, and physical education programs at Solana Pacific Elementary. At the event, there will be opportunities to bid on great auction items, including fun events with Solana Pacific teachers and the ever-popular reserved front-row seats to sixth grade promotion. Most of all, A Taste for Learning will be a chance to celebrate local children and their educational opportunities.

The event will be held at the Pfizer R&D campus in the hills of La Jolla.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.taste4learning.com.

Ticket prices for the event (currently $45) will increase on Feb. 10, so please contact the school soon to make your purchase. Childcare is available at Solana Pacific on the night of the event.

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  4. Del Mar’s Taste and Art Stroll offers something for everyone — including pets
  5. Solana Pacific hosts annual Amazing Quest

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