Civic & Historical Society of Solana Beach Holiday Boutique

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The Civic & Historical Society of Solana Beach held its annual Holiday Boutique Nov. 10 at La Colonia Community Center in Solana Beach.

The boutique featured exquisite items, such as hand-carved, wooden bowls, travel bags, stylish hand-knit items and a variety of plant arrangements and colorful quilts. The event also featured a huge bake sale of wonderful home-made goodies.  Photos/Jon Clark

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