‘Downton Abbey’ Spring Tea in Del Mar

Event co-chair Lori Ritman, Bud and event co-chair Mary Ann Emerson

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All things “Downton Abbey” — from ’20s tunes to exotic teas — were featured at Del Mar Community Connections’ annual spring tea held April 23 at St. Peter’s Parish Hall in Del Mar. The event included music from the “Downton” era performed by entertainers “Janet and Jay” and piano music provided by Lori Ritman, who also served as chair.

Photos by McKenzie Images

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