Del Mar Block Party and Opening Day Celebration

Suzanne Sokol (owner of Sundancer) and Tracy Diamond

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A celebration of Opening Day at the Del Mar racetrack, and a fundraiser and Block Party was held July 13 in Del Mar.

Participants had the opportunity to shop for their outfits for Opening Day, July 17, and the beach and track summer season 2013. Participants included Julie’s Beachwear; Sundancer Del Mar; Durante’s Menswear, Bully’s, Secret Pantry, Café Secret and Yosel of Date Catering. Additionally, there was a raffle for Jay Leno tickets and tickets to the After the Finish Line fundraiser at the Del Mar Hilton on Aug. 1.

Dirty Tequila, pineapple and cinnamon-infused margaritas were served at  Bully’s, with all proceeds going to After The Finish Line, a Del Mar/Rancho Santa Fe charity to fund organizations who rescue and rehabilitate thoroughbred race horses (www.afterthefinishline.org).

For photos online, visit www.delmartimes.net Photos/Jon Clark

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  5. Neighborhood celebrates Cinco de Mayo with block party

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