The picnic also will feature displays from many of Del Mar’s valued nonprofit organizations, including Community Connections, the Historical Society, CERT, Friends of the Powerhouse, Friends of the Library, the Garden Club, the Rose Society, the Sustainability Advisory Board, the Rotary Club, and more.
As an added attraction this year, the picnic will host all of the candidates for seats on the Del Mar City Council. Sometime between 2 and 2:30 p.m., each of the candidates will address the crowd for a maximum of three minutes, to provide their vision for the future of our community.
Once again, the Foundation’s Vice President and Special Events Chair, Sandra Hoyle, is in charge of all the fun.
“The picnic has been a huge success over the past two years, and we’re hoping to build on its popularity this year. It offers something for every segment of our community, whether you’re age 3 or 93,” said Hoyle. “The picnic also provides a great opportunity to see all of the great work that Del Mar’s nonprofits accomplish, much of which is funded with grants from the Foundation. It’s just a great time to get together with family and friends, bring a picnic, and relax by the ocean on a beautiful autumn afternoon.”
More information is available on the Foundation’s website delmarfoundation.org, and Facebook page @delmarfoundation.