Donor Event held for City Ballet of San Diego

City Ballet public relations director Kortney Oliver, Ann Hall, Dan and Barbie Spinazzola, Lauren Scott

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Opus Bank, Del Mar (located in the Flower Hill Promenade) hosted a “North County Donor Event & Season Kick Off for City Ballet of San Diego” on Sept. 24.

The event featured live classical music, champagne served with the City Ballet of San Diego logo by Wine Designs, patron swag bags, guest speakers and more.

Visit www.cityballet.org.

Photos/McKenzie Images.

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