The perfect gift: A commemorative brick that also benefits the Del Mar Library

Are you wondering what to get that special person who has everything and loves Del Mar?! How about a commemorative brick through the Del Mar Foundation to help restore the Del Mar Library Wall. Due to water damage, the wall needs to be waterproofed in the back and repaired on the front. Work began Dec. 1 and should be completed in March 2013.

These full-sized, fired red bricks will have your choice of inscription. Each brick is $250. Each 4” x 8” brick may contain 20 characters total including spaces and punctuation. The beautiful Del Mar Library wall mural needs your help!

To find out how to buy the commemorative brick, contact 858-635-1363 or info@delmarfoundation.org

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