Del Mar Heights Home Tour and Cocktail Party

Janice Kleinschmidt, PTA President Erica Halpern, Mary Rova

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The Del Mar Heights School PTA held its “Living in Paradise” Home Tour and Sunset Cocktail Party on May 4. This year’s Home Tour featured six exquisite homes designed by prominent local architects Brian Church, Dean Meredith, Jennifer Boyln, Doug Austin and Ione Stiegler.

Local artist Betsy Schulz also invited participants to explore her tranquil backyard and art studio.  Be prepared to be amazed!  The Home Tour was followed by the Sunset Cocktail Party at the Del Mar Plaza Ocean View Terrace.

All of the proceeds from this event go directly to support and enhance the learning of the children at Del Mar Heights.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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  3. Del Mar Heights students enjoy Del Mar history tour
  4. Succulent gardens planted at Heights
  5. Castles of Carlsbad home tour announced

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