An artisan jewelry maker who plays on the ordinary beauty of the penny; a former Canyon Crest Academy art teacher who makes textile masterpieces; a young father who found a way to repurpose his son’s baby food jars into a full time gig; a handful of shop owners and artisans who treasure the local and unique, both the traditional and the eclectic: This is the Row Collective at Flower Hill Promenade.
From Aconcagua in Argentina to the Himalayas in Asia, Ake Lindstrom has hiked some of the highest mountains in the world. Most familiar with Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, the avid adventurer has reached the peak of the 19,341-foot mountain 50 times.
“Kilimanjaro represents something truly amazing,” Lindstrom said. “It’s an amazing destination, but it’s also amazing in terms of the impact it has on many lives. It’s a beautiful thing.”
Torrey Hills families enjoyed seeing the hit film “Frozen” at PTA Movie Night held March 28 in the MUR.
Del Mar Hills Academy third-grade students dazzled the audience in a “Star Search” musical event on March 28.
The Sol Bowl Charity Flag Football Tournament was held March 30 at San Dieguito Park to benefit the Skyline Global Education Program.
Skyline Elementary School’s Talent Show was held March 28 and featured more than 100 Skyline students participating in a variety of acts — ranging from singing, dancing, magic, skits, and live bands. Students from all grade levels
A great time was had by all at the Ocean Air School Carnival held March 30 on the blacktop at Ocean Air School.
Del Mar Highlands Dentistry held a grand opening event March 27 at its new location in the Del Mar Highlands Town Center (right next to Sammy’s restaurant).
Renato Cordani and his family are living in the coastal community while the 43-year-old geophysicist is on sabbatical.
Author Laurie Itkin to speak at Carmel Valley Library April 15