Del Mar Heights is ready to rock at Sept. 22 fundraiser

Del Mar Heights’ PTA will present its fall kick-off fundraiser “Battle of the Dad Bands” on Saturday, Sept. 22, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Belly Up Tavern. Three Del Mar Heights “Dad Bands” will be battling it out, rock n’ roll style, followed by a Dad Jam Session. There will also be drinks, dinner, dancing and a live auction.

Auction items include parking in Del Mar village for one year, “Date Night in Del Mar” for a year, Lifeguard tower party, and other fantastic items. But that’s not all, ska revival band, “The English Beat,” will be following this amazing warm-up act at 9 p.m. So don’t “Save it for Later,” stop looking in the “Mirror in the Bathroom” and buy your tickets today!

Tickets are $85 per person (includes Battle of the Dad Bands & English Beat). Donations of $250 or more include two tickets. For more information or to buy tickets, contact Lisa Dorsey, LisaMDorsey@Yahoo.com

PTA uses these funds to pay for mini-grants for teachers, technology, assemblies, and social events. All proceeds from this event will go directly to enhancing the learning of the children in our community.

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