First Thursdays host the Eve Selis Band

Barbara and John Heely, Jane and Roger Isaacson

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“Christmas Unplugged” was the theme of First Thursdays this month at the Del Mar Powerhouse with Eve Selis and her band playing selections from their soon-to-be-released holiday CD.  First Thursdays is produced by the Cultural Arts Committee of the Del Mar Foundation.  For more information, go to www.delmarfoundation.org. Courtesy photos

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