Solana Beach Children’s Spring Festival & Egg Hunt

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The City of Solana Beach held a Children’s Spring Festival & Egg Hunt on March 30
at La Colonia Park.

In addition to an egg hunt, the event featured fun jumps, refreshments, crafts, pictures with the Spring Bunny, and piñatas.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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