‘Holiday Sweater Extravaganza’

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Cedros South Crossing presented  “A Holiday Sweater Extravaganza” on Dec. 8 at 415-444 South Cedros, Solana Beach.

The event featured a Cuban band, food trucks, children’s choir, an “outrageous holiday sweater contest” prizes and promotions. Photos/Jon Clark

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