La Jolla Shores Association celebrates fall at festival fundraiser

Savannah Bush, Izzy Tihanyi, Mara Derakapet, Chef Bernard Guillas, Coco Tihanyi, Shelby Crush and Lauren Robertson enjoy desserts at Surf Diva.

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Photo by Ashley Mackin

A number of Spidermen, princesses and cowgirls turned up on Avenida de la Playa for the fifth annual Fall Family Fest on Oct. 11. Guests came in costume to sample food, ride a train and explore the avenue at the fundraiser for the La Jolla Shores Association. A “passport” listing participating businesses granted participants access. Chef Bernard Guillas of The Marine Room partnered with Voulez Vous Bistro to present a dessert at Surf Diva, where employees were dressed in Western wear.

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