Cinco de Mayo party to be held May 4 in Carmel Valley

The Pacific Highlands Ranch Neighborhood Watch group and the Arabella Men’s Club will host their fourth annual Cinco de Mayo Block Party on Saturday, May 4, in the PHR neighborhood of Arabella.

The party will be held at the corner of Cornflower and Cape Jewels Trail from 2-8 p.m. Fun activities for the kids include face painting, a jumpee, and crafts. For the adults there will be margaritas and a tequila bar. There will also be a jalapeño-eating contest and a guacamole contest.

Admission is $5 for adults and kids under 12 are free. A portion of the proceeds will go to the San Diego Crime Victims Fund.

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  3. Solana Beach to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style at La Colonia Park
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  5. Solana Beach celebrates Cinco de Mayo May 1

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