Del Mar Foundation and Del Mar Library to bring ‘Fancy Nancy’ to Del Mar

The Del Mar Foundation, in partnership with the Friends of the Del Mar Library, will present a Fancy Nancy Parade Adventure with New York Times bestselling children’s illustrator Robin Preiss Glasser on Sunday, April 28, beginning at 1 p.m. The event will start at the Powerhouse Community Center, 1600 Coast Boulevard, Del Mar, 92014, and will continue with a parade up 15th Street to the Del Mar Plaza.

Join the party dressed in your Fancy Nancy finery and enjoy the Fancy Nancy activities offered by the Del Mar Library and the San Diego bookstore The Yellow Brick Road. After the activities, Glasser will delight her fans with a fun, interactive reading, after which she will lead Fancy Nancy fans and their families on the first-ever Fancy Nancy Parade along a short route through the streets of Del Mar.

There will be a VIP reception immediately following the parade at the Del Mar Plaza for all families who pre-purchase an autographed copy of the newest Fancy Nancy book, Fanciest Doll in the Universe. This offer is limited to the first 200 to pre-purchase the book through the link provided on the Del Mar Foundation website at  www.delmarfoundation.org.  As a special bonus, complimentary hairdos from the children’s hair salon Pigtails & Crewcuts will be offered at the VIP reception. In addition, each adult will go home with a gift certificate for a haircut from the Vicky Lavanty Salon located in Solana Beach.

The Del Mar Foundation thanks the Friends of the Del Mar Library, The Yellow Brick Road, Pigtails & Crewcuts, the Vicky Lavanty Salon and Adventures by the Book for making this event possible.

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