Earl Warren Spring Arts Festival in Solana Beach

The Guitar Class performs a traditional American folk song

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The Earl Warren Middle School Spring Arts Festival took place June 5 in Warren Hall. Band and guitar classes performed a concert, and art was on display from the New Media, Digital Art, and Studio Art classes. The event was a fundraiser for Earl Warren’s Visual and Performing Arts Department.

Photos/Jon Clark

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