Sun shines down on 25th annual Festival of the Arts

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Photo by Susan DeMaggio

The 25th annual La Jolla Festival of the Arts on June 18-19, turned out to be a feast for the senses across the grounds near Scripps Hospital on Genesee Road and Campus Point Dr. Music greeted visitors from all corners of the show, the aromas from the food court reminded guests they could do with some refreshments, and the colorful art could not be contained under the small, white popup tents.

Presented by the Torrey Pines Kiwanis Foundation as a fundraiser for San Diegans living with disabilities, the festival also included classic roadsters on display, artist and cooking demonstrations, community information booths, and shuttle buses transporting guests from the parking lots to the fun.

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