Del Mar Community Connections to hold annual Holiday Tea at St. Peter’s Church

It’s time to drag out that crazy sweater decorated with the candy canes, poinsettias and holly and join others with similar style at the annual Holiday Tea to be sponsored by Del Mar Community Connections from 2-4 p.m. Dec. 4 at St. Peter’s Church in Del Mar.

“The public is welcome to attend and attendees encouraged to wear their decorated apparel to the ‘Holiday Sweater’-themed event,” said Maryann Emerson, chair.

Entertainment will include “Added Attraction,” a barbershop quartet that brings “a melodic, fun twist to seasonal music.” Piano background will be provided by Lori Rittman.

Guests are urged to bring a new, unwrapped toy or a non-perishable food item for distribution in 2014 holiday baskets.

Door-to-door van rides will be provided by Del Mar Community Connections for those who need transportation and reside within the City of Del Mar. Deadline to request this service is Nov. 22.

Information about the holiday event may be obtained at 858 792-7565.

Related posts:

  1. Del Mar Community Connections Holiday Tea set for Dec. 10 at St. Peter’s
  2. Civic & Historical Society of Solana Beach to hold annual Holiday Boutique Nov. 10
  3. ‘Holiday Sweater Extravaganza’
  4. Del Mar Community Connections honors donors to annual benefit event
  5. Fashion Show at St. Peter’s Parish

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