Del Mar Hills Academy Halloween Hoedown

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Del Mar Hills Academy held a Halloween Hoedown Oct. 26. The event featured square dancing, storytelling, pumpkin arts and crafts, petting zoo, face painting, cake walk and more. Admission is free. The cake walk accepted donations towards UNICEF.  Gourmet burgers and Italian Ice from local food trucks were available for purchase.

Photos/Jon Clark

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