‘Music and Fun with Wonder Kids’

Halloween pumpkins decorate the RSF Garden Club

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The Rancho Sante Fe Garden Club and FanFaire Foundation celebrated National Arts Month and the second anniversary of “KIDS Playing For KIDS” with an afternoon of “Music and Fun with Wonder Kids” on Oct. 27.

“Wonder Kids” refer to the team members of FanFaire Foundation’s “KIDS Playing For KIDS” program whose musical talents have won them top prizes in local, regional, and international competitions and brought them to professional venues in the U.S. and Europe.

Photos/Jon Clark; www.rsfreview.com; Visit fanfairefoundation.org;  www.rsfgardenclub.org.

Related posts:

  1. Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club and FanFaire Foundation to present ‘Music and Fun with Wonder Kids’
  2. ‘KIDS Playing for KIDS Classical and Jazz’
  3. ‘Chamber Music is Fun’ in Rancho Santa Fe
  4. Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club, FanFaire Foundation to present ‘Chamber Music is Fun’ concert June 29
  5. ‘KIDS Playing For KIDS Classical and Jazz’ event to be held in Rancho Santa Fe Nov. 11

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