Hullabaloo Band to perform at Del Mar Pines School Open House

Del Mar Pines School recently announced that the Hullabaloo Band will perform at its Kindergarten and First Grade Open House on Saturday, Oct. 19, which will run from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Families with young children are encouraged to attend the event to explore the warm and friendly campus, meet directly with teachers, and enjoy a fun-packed Hullabaloo show.

The Hullabaloo Band (Steve Denyes and Brendan Kremer, who grew up together in San Diego since kindergarten) are now one of the finest children’s music performers in the country — winning major national awards including Parents Choice and NAPPA Gold, and inclusions on Best of the Year lists of Parents Magazine and

Celebrating 35 years of excellence, Del Mar Pines is one of San Diego’s best and most affordable private elementary schools. Recognized for its personalized small-group instruction and well rounded curriculum, Del Mar Pines offers a nurturing, loving community that inspires excellence and integrity.

Located in a quiet residential neighborhood of Carmel Valley near Torrey Pines High School, Del Mar Pines School is located at 3975 Torrington St, San Diego, CA 92130.

For more information please visit To learn more about Del Mar Pines School or the Open House, please contact  Marci McCord, director  at (858) 481-5616;

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