Annual Del Mar Taste & Art Stroll

Sara Bostrand, Kimmy Ramsey

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The Del Mar Village Association hosted the Del Mar Taste & Art Stroll on Oct. 6 in the village of Del Mar. Attendees enjoyed a free art stroll, ticketed restaurant tasting, live music, and a new Fido Festival for the family pooch.  For more information, www.taste.delmarmainstreet.com.

Photos/Jon Clark.

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