Winston School Festival of the Arts

Katie Torretti, Kim Kanetis

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The Winston School held its annual spring Festival of the Arts on May 14 at the school’s Del Mar campus.  A six-year school tradition, the carnival-style fundraiser provides an opportunity for students to showcase their work and talent for fellow students, parents, staff and the community. www.thewinstonschool.com

Photos: Jon Clark

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  1. The Winston School to host annual Arts Festival May 19
  2. Summer arts at Winston
  3. Winston School teacher selected to judge national youth arts contest
  4. Winston School talent show is a hit with students
  5. Festival of the Arts returns to Canyon Crest Academy

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