Families enjoy ‘Madagascar 3’

Jennifer and Julia

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The Ocean Air Recreation Council presented “Madagascar 3” on Aug. 9 at Sage Canyon Park. Families enjoyed a free special night under the stars.
In addition to the film, the event featured outside games and activities.

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

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