Del Mar Foundation Children’s Committee Holiday Party

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The Del Mar Foundation’s Children’s Committee held a festive Holiday Party at the Del Mar Powerhouse Community Center Dec. 15. The event included a holiday craft by the Del Mar Library, refreshments and a special performance by the San Diego Junior Theater of “Jingle ARRGH the Way!”  This holiday pirate adventure tale is the sequel to “How I Became a Pirate, Holiday Edition.” Visit www.delmarfoundation.org

Photos/Jon Clark

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