Del Mar Rotary Club to hold Sunset Soiree

By Emily Figueiredo, Del Mar Rotary Club Publicity Chair

On any given night in Del Mar, you will find packed restaurants and seaside establishments filled with patrons in search of a delicious meal with one of the best views in the world. The sun setting on the Pacific Ocean is the perfect backdrop for enjoying a glass of wine or a perfectly designed dinner. That’s why many of us live here and so many more visit our beautiful town of Del Mar from all over the world.

On Tuesday, May 21, Del Mar Rotarians will be doing just this – sipping and tasting overlooking a Del Mar beach sunset – all in the spirit of giving back to those in need. The club invites you to join them for the 9th Annual Sunset Soiree on the ocean view deck of the Del Mar Plaza. The event will go from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. and will raise funds for local and international service projects and organizations such as water projects in Africa, building schools in India, polio eradication efforts throughout the world, local teen scholarships, the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Dieguito and the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA.

Event tickets include unlimited tastings from the delicious and generous restaurants of the Del Mar Plaza and Stratford Square, unlimited wine and beer tastings from local vineyards and breweries, live music, opportunity drawings and a silent auction.

Please visit to join the fun, beautiful sights and worthy cause.

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