Del Mar Taste and Art Stroll

Jack, a Golden Retriever Pomeranian, enjoyed the Del Mar Art Stroll

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Participants enjoyed great food and art at the annual Del Mar Taste and Art Stroll held Oct. 7. The event features local artists and restaurants, along with live music, kid-friendly activities and a dog stroll.

For more information, visit www.delmarmainstreet.com

Photos/Jon Clark

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