Annual Solana Beach Ball now the Solana Beach Bash

The Solana Beach Ball has gone Belly Up as this year the Solana Beach Foundation for Learning’s annual fundraiser won’t be a ball, it will be a bash. The new Solana Beach Bash will be a casual, fun happy hour-style event scheduled for Saturday, May 3, from 4-8 p.m. at the Belly Up featuring the band Atomic Groove.

The event will still have the popular children’s art auction and promises to be a fun time, but the idea is for it to be a little less formal and more open and inclusive than the ball, according to event chairperson Mary Dodd.

Proceeds from the event fund instructors and supplies for art, PE, science and technology at Skyline and Solana Vista Schools.

Keep tabs on the event by liking them on Facebook at Facebook.com/SolanaBeachBash. Learn more about the Solana Beach Foundation for Learning at sbfl.org.

— Karen Billing

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