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  • Torrey Pines High School fundraiser features bestselling author

    Torrey Pines High School fundraiser features bestselling author

    Michelle Gable, New York Times bestselling author of A Paris Apartment and I’ll See You in Paris, held an intimate Book Club signing brunch at the RSF home of Helen Nordan, as part of a fundraiser for Torrey Pines High School, the author’s alma matter. Each guest was given a signed copy of I’ll...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild presents author Scott Morrow Johnson

    Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild presents author Scott Morrow Johnson

    The RSF Library Guild presented sports journalist and author Scott Morrow Johnson Feb. 18 at the RSF Library. Johnson is the author of “Phog: The Most Influential Man in Basketball,” the story of the legendary basketball coach Phog Allen (available on Amazon.com). In addition to the author presentation,...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Literary Society hosts author Diana Abu-Jaber

    Rancho Santa Fe Literary Society hosts author Diana Abu-Jaber

    The RSF Literary Society hosted guest speaker Diana Abu-Jaber, author of “Life Without a Recipe,” at a luncheon held Feb. 13 at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar. For more on Abu-Jaber, see page A5. The RSF Literary Society is sponsored by Northern Trust, the RSF Community Center and the RSF Review.

  • USC scholarship fundraiser held in Rancho Santa Fe

    USC scholarship fundraiser held in Rancho Santa Fe

    Trojan League Associates of San Diego County (TLASDC) held its annual “LUSCious” dinner to raise funds for USC scholarships Feb. 18 at the RSF home of Louay and Sophia Alsadek. The event included a western-themed BBQ dinner. Channel 8 news anchor Carlos Cecchetto served as the event’s celebrity...

  • Rady benefactors gather ‘For the Love of a Child’

    Rady benefactors gather ‘For the Love of a Child’

    The 108th annual San Diego Charity Ball, “For the Love of a Child,” was held Feb. 11 at the Hotel Del Coronado to benefit the Peckham Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Rady Children’s Hospital. Phyllis Parrish chaired the gala this year and a shout-out went to Dr. Stephen Kingsmore, president/CEO...

  • Ocean Week at Rowe School

    Ocean Week at Rowe School

    Events celebrating the 25th anniversary of Ocean Week in the Rancho Santa Fe School District were held Feb. 6-10 at the school. Photos on this page: A kick-off assembly with an original play featuring Rowe students and adapted from Dr. Seuss, A Wish for a Fish, was held Feb. 6 at the school’s Performing...

  • Opera gala heralds upcoming ‘Falstaff’

    Opera gala heralds upcoming ‘Falstaff’

    The San Diego Opera (SDO) hosted its “Gala Redefined” on Jan. 28 at the Port Pavilion, Broadway Pier. Dinner was catered by Sycuan Casino, with entertainment by The Mighty Untouchables and singer Sacha Boutros. SDO will next present Giuseppe Verdi’s “Falstaff,” Feb. 18, 21, 24 and 26 at the San...

  • ‘The Ballerina of Auschwitz’ speaks at Village Viewpoints event

    ‘The Ballerina of Auschwitz’ speaks at Village Viewpoints event

    “The Ballerina of Auschwitz,” Dr. Edith Eva Eger, was the guest speaker at the Feb. 12 Village Viewpoints event held at the Village Church in Rancho Santa Fe. The Holocaust survivor shared her ultimately inspirational story with a captivated audience. Village Viewpoints is co-presented by the Rancho...

  • ‘For the Love of Horses’

    ‘For the Love of Horses’

    Rolls-Royce Motor Cars La Jolla sponsored the Valenti Foundation Valentine fundraising event “For the Love of Horses” at the Valenti Equestrian Club Feb. 12 to benefit Saving Horses, a nonprofit organization that rescues horses and provides equine assisted therapy programs. The event showcased...

  • Operation Game On’s 15-Inch Cup Challenge

    Operation Game On’s 15-Inch Cup Challenge

    Operation Game On’s 3rd annual 15-Inch Cup Challenge was held Feb. 6 at the Fairbanks Ranch Country Club. The 15-Inch Cup Challenge took place on the driving range, with four distances, ranging from 50-yards to 125-yards. Every hole-in-one won cash. The event also included a silent auction, corporate...

  • Torrey Pines High School boys lacrosse fundraiser

    Torrey Pines High School boys lacrosse fundraiser

    The Torrey Pines High School boys lacrosse team held its first fundraising event, the “Face-Off Golf Tournament,” with an auction and dinner, Feb. 4 at Morgan Run Club & Resort.

  • Chopped at Church contest

    Chopped at Church contest

    Talented cooks from across San Diego took on a formidable challenge Feb. 4 – they created mouth-watering meals from the simple ingredients offered at food pantries that serve low-income residents. Teams from six Presbyterian churches, including RSF’s Village Church, armed with just a two-burner...

  • CU Boulder alumni reception held in Rancho Santa Fe

    CU Boulder alumni reception held in Rancho Santa Fe

    On Friday evening, Feb. 3, Rich and Koki Reasons hosted a festive CU Boulder (University of Colorado Boulder) reception for 80 guests at their home in Rancho Santa Fe. Rich received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado in 1985. The reception brought together local CU Boulder alumni,...

  • Michael Dukakis speaks at Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club reception

    Michael Dukakis speaks at Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club reception

    Michael Dukakis, the former governor of Massachusetts and 1988 Democratic presidential candidate, spoke and answered questions at a reception sponsored by the Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club Feb. 4. The event was held at a home in Fairbanks Ranch. The Governor spoke on the topic “The State of the...

  • Former Rowe Superintendent Lindy Delaney honored

    Former Rowe Superintendent Lindy Delaney honored

    Community members gathered at the RSF Garden Club Feb. 2 for a reception honoring former longtime RSF School District Superintendent Lindy Delaney. The Lindy Delaney Legacy Fund was established at the Rancho Santa Fe School Endowment Fund in Delaney’s honor. To make a tax-deductible donation to...

  • Fundraiser held for Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club pro James Conda

    Fundraiser held for Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club pro James Conda

    A fundraiser was held Feb. 4 at the RSF Tennis Club for one of the club’s tennis pros, James Conda, who recently suffered from kidney failure. He has already undergone many medical procedures and is currently on dialysis. He will continue this daily treatment until he can receive a kidney transplant....

  • ‘Bubbles and Blanca’

    ‘Bubbles and Blanca’

    The Rancho Santa Fe Women’s Fund held a fun and festive event called “Bubbles and Blanca” Jan. 26 at the home of Mary Schulman in The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe. Attendees wore white to the event, enjoyed bubbly drinks and were introduced to the RSF Women’s Fund’s mission, which is to “educate,...

  • ‘Plant Our Future’event held at Osuna Ranch

    ‘Plant Our Future’event held at Osuna Ranch

    Rancho Santa Fe Association’s park department and Committee on the Natural Environment hosted a community tree planting event, “Plant Our Future,” Jan. 28 at Osuna Ranch. The goal of the event was to plant about 35 indigenous native trees.

  • ‘Put Your Hearts on the Table’ benefit for RSF Community Center

    ‘Put Your Hearts on the Table’ benefit for RSF Community Center

    The RSF Community Center held “Put Your Hearts on the Table,” its “No-Limit Texas Hold’em Charity Poker Tournament” Jan. 28 at the Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club. Players of all levels competed for this year’s title of “Champ of the Ranch” and the chance to win a variety of prizes. The evening also...

  • San Diego Police Officers Association Charity Fund Reception

    San Diego Police Officers Association Charity Fund Reception

    The Advisory Board of The San Diego Police Officers Association (SDPOA) Charity Fund held a reception Jan. 26 in support of the organization at the Fairbanks Ranch home of Mike and Lori Conger. The event was attended by SDPOA Board President Brian Marvel and the honorary speaker was San Diego Police...

  • GOP toasts Trump inauguration in Fairbanks Ranch

    GOP toasts Trump inauguration in Fairbanks Ranch

    Champagne corks popped, balloons dropped and fists pumped into the air at a Fairbanks Ranch party Friday morning, Jan. 20, as Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. “He’s giving it back to the people,” said Rosemary Patterson of Freedom Frontline, one of the organizers...

  • Torrey Pines High School Foundation holds donor appreciation event

    Torrey Pines High School Foundation holds donor appreciation event

    The Torrey Pines High School Foundation held an appreciation event for its most generous donors Jan. 21 at the Lamb home in Rancho Santa Fe. For more information on the TPHS Foundation, visit torreypinesfoundation.org.

  • Rowe School Father-Daughter Dance

    Rowe School Father-Daughter Dance

    R. Roger Rowe School fathers, daughters (K- grade 8) and other special family members and friends gathered for a fun-filled evening Jan. 20 at the RSF Garden Club for a Father-Daughter Dance sponsored by the Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation. The event also featured food, drinks, sweets, games...

  • Community Concerts of Rancho Santa Fe hosts singer Melinda Doolittle

    Community Concerts of Rancho Santa Fe hosts singer Melinda Doolittle

    Community Concerts of Rancho Santa Fe presented Melinda Doolittle in concert Jan. 20 at the Village Church Fellowship Hall in Rancho Santa Fe. Doolittle has wowed audiences everywhere from the White House to the Kennedy Center to Carnegie Hall. A powerful pop vocalist, Doolittle became a household...

  • Local Rotary Clubs hold annual ‘6-Way Meeting’

    Local Rotary Clubs hold annual ‘6-Way Meeting’

    A “Six-Way Meeting” was held for six regional Rotary Clubs Jan. 19 at the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club in Solana Beach. Among the Rotary Clubs at the meeting were the Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, Del Mar-Solana Beach Sunrise and Encinitas Rotary Clubs. RSF Rotary Club President Susan Callahan served...

  • Teen Volunteers in Action SD3 hosts parent meeting, guest speaker from Sam’s Posse

    Teen Volunteers in Action SD3 chapter held a parent meeting Jan. 11 at the Fairbanks Ranch Country Club. Teen Volunteers in Action is “an organization of young men who, together with their families, are committed to developing community leaders through a structured program of volunteerism, philanthropy,...

  • Rowe School presents K-8 Shining Stars Variety Show

    R. Roger Rowe School showcased the many talents of its students at the K-8 Shining Stars Variety Show held Jan. 11 at the Performing Arts Center. The event featured a variety of acts, including magic shows, skits, stand-up comedy, puppets, singing, dancing, playing music, karate and more.

  • Evening with Team Hoyt San Diego

    The third annual Evening with Team Hoyt San Diego fundraising event took place Jan. 13 at Lomas Santa Fe Country Club in Solana Beach. Guests also had the opportunity to meet the internationally-acclaimed athletes (father and son) Dick and Rick Hoyt, who has cerebral palsy, as well as athletes...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Literary Society hosts author Joshua Hammer

    The RSF Literary Society hosted guest speaker Joshua Hammer, author of “The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu,” at a luncheon held Jan. 13 at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar. Hammer, a journalist as well as an author, visited Timbuktu numerous times over the past 20 years. According to the RSF Literary...

  • Rancho Santa Fe School’s donated blankets warms hearts in Mexico

    “El Fuego! El Feugo! El Fuego!” Little 8-year-old Miguel screams in delight as he points to the flames on the fleece blanket as it is handed to him. He tucks the blanket under one arm and runs into his cinder block cottage, through the common room decorated with a small Christmas tree and into...

  • Poker players go all in for Graves Disease and Thyroid Foundation

    Fellow friends and seriously competitive poker players gathered at The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe Jan. 1 for the Rancho Santa Fe Texas Hold'em Invitational Poker Tournament. The event benefited the Graves’ Disease and Thyroid Foundation (GDATF). The event featured a mix of skilled players, including...

  • Cure for Cancer Cup

    Canyon Crest Academy and Cathedral Catholic High School soccer programs held one of the annual Cure for Cancer Cup games Jan. 6. The Cure for the Cancer Cup took place Jan. 6 and will take place again Jan.13 at Cathedral Catholic High School. (Photos on this page) Girls Varsity played Jan. 6. Boys...

  • Farewell event held for Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club’s Al Castro

    A farewell party was held Jan. 5 for RSF Golf Club General Manager Al Castro, whose last day at the club was Jan. 6. Castro resigned to accept a similar position at Tradition Golf Club in La Quinta.

  • 4th Annual Santa and Light Up a Life fundraiser

    Smiles were brought to the faces of more than 300 children through the San Diego Center for Children (SDCC) and Berkshire Hathaway Home Services (BHHS). Thanks to a passionate effort between SDCC, the Carmel Valley Moms group and The Charitable Foundation of BHHS, over 300 toys and $2,500 in cash...

  • Future Legends Celebration

    Future Legends gathered Dec. 28 at the RSF Golf Club to celebrate the accomplishment of the Future Legend scholars and their mentors. John Ashworth joined the evening as keynote speaker and shared stories of his road to success with Ashworth Golf Clothing, from its modest beginnings to its growth...

  • Chabad Jewish Center of Rancho Santa Fe holds Chanukah Celebration

    The Chabad Jewish Center of RSF held a Chanukah Celebration Dec. 27 at The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. The event featured a Menorah lighting, ice skating, live music, Chanukah crafts, Latkes, donuts, hot drinks and more.

  • Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club hosts ‘A Toast from Coast to Coast’

    RSF residents welcomed 2017 at the RSF Golf Club’s New Year’s Eve celebration “A Toast from Coast to Coast.” Attendees celebrated the New Year across America with champagne toasts at midnight from coast to coast: Eastern, Central, Mountain and Pacific times. The event also included a DJ, dancing,...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Toastmasters Holiday Party

    Members of RSF Toastmasters celebrated another great year at their holiday party held Dec. 20 at the RSF Library. The Toastmasters is a local group – that is part of an international organization – focused on helping people feel more at ease while doing public speaking, no matter the skill level....

  • Jewels of the Season

    About 120 attendees at the Timken Museum of Art’s “Jewels of the Season” holiday party Dec. 14 enjoyed an evening of “sparkle and cheer.” The event was held to thank the Timken's Connoisseur-level donors (which includes all board members), and other distinguished guests. The Jewels of the Season...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Children’s Library celebrates Chanukah

    The Rancho Santa Fe Library celebrated Chanukah with Rabbi Levi Raskin on Dec. 15. Children learned about the importance of olive oil in the holiday and helped make fresh olive oil to light menorah candles. Each child made their own wax candle and left with some Chanukah gelt (chocolate coins)....

  • Gingerbread City Gala

    Featuring the theme “Charles Dickens,” the 23rd Annual Gingerbread Structure Competition and Gala took place Nov. 29 throughout the ballroom of the Fairmont Grand Del Mar. The event also included delicacies from the top chefs of San Diego, hand-crafted holiday cocktails, champagne, live and silent...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild hosts author Joyce Maynard

    The RSF Library Guild, in partnership with Warwick’s, held a member-exclusive Author Talk Nov. 30 featuring Joyce Maynard, author of “Under the Influence.” The event was held at the RSF Library and included a light lunch, author presentation, question and answer session and a signed copy of the...

  • ‘Olde Fashioned Christmas’at The Inn

    The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe held an “Olde Fashioned Christmas” event Dec. 2. Festivities included a ribbon cutting for the ice skating rink, a tree lighting, soup challenge, pictures with Santa and more. For more information, visit www.theinnatrsf.com.

  • Past Charity Ball chairs honored

    A holiday tea honoring the past chairs of the Rady Children’s Hospital Charity Ball was held Dec. 1. Called “A Victorian Christmas,” the event was held in the Hansen Mansion, which is a very large 1898 house in Coronado. The event was chaired by Bonnie Hage. The 108th Rady Children’s Hospital Charity...

  • Thanksgiving Family Mile Fun Run benefits Woodward Center

    The 3rd Annual Del Mar Family Mile Fun Run took place Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24 at the Del Mar Racetrack. Proceeds from this popular event benefit Helen Woodward Animal Center’s Therapeutic Riding Program. The event also included adoptable puppies, kids’ crafts, face painting, games, giveaways...

  • 4th Annual Shelter to Soldier Benefit

    Guests attended Shelter to Soldier’s 4th Annual Benefit Oct. 21 at the Del Mar Arena VIP room overlooking the Del Mar International Horse Show Charity Class. Participants were dressed in Roaring ‘20s attire and danced to live 1920s jazz music by Alli & the Cats. All proceeds benefit Shelter to...

  • San Diego Blood Bank hosts ‘Moonlight Masquerade’

    San Diego Blood Bank’s “Moonlight Masquerade,” presented by Sycuan Casino, was held Oct. 29 at the U.S. Grant Hotel. The enchanted evening featured mystical entertainment, dinner and live and silent auctions. The San Diego Blood Bank also honored Illumina for their innovation, vision and dedication...

  • The Nativity School Christmas Boutique

    The Nativity School Christmas Boutique was held Nov. 3. Attendees had the opportunity to shop for housewarming gifts, Christmas décor, stocking stuffers, toys, jewelry, plus clothing for women, children and even men. Nativity is a Preschool-8 school that teaches Christ-like values in a nurturing...

  • ‘Military Angel Giving Tree Rotary Social’

    Rancho Santa Fe Rotary held a “Military Angel Giving Tree Rotary Social” at the office of Norma Wiberg in RSF Nov. 18. The purpose of this event was to provide support of the junior enlisted military families and their children during the holidays by having attendees pick “your very own angel off...

  • ‘Celebrate Arroyo’

    The Rancho Santa Fe Association hosted “Celebrate Arroyo” Nov. 19 at the Association-owned open space at 17211 El Vuelo, Rancho Santa Fe. Covenant members were encouraged to come discover and enjoy the 68-acre lot that the Association has owned since the late 1990s. Celebrate Arroyo included activities...

  • Del Mar Rady Auxiliary Holiday Boutique

    “Shop for a cause – Holiday Boutique” took place Nov. 10 at Fairbanks Ranch Country Club. The event was hosted by the Del Mar Unit of Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary (RCHA). The boutique featured chic apparel and accessories, handbags, jewelry, tastes and treats, and more. Net proceeds benefit...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild holds ‘Holiday Masterpieces’ show

    The members of the Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild held the show “Holiday Masterpieces: A Pop-Up Gallery of Gifts” Nov. 11-13 at Rancho Santa Fe Plaza. Featured artists included Ruth Evans, Alison Harding, Dale Steffen, Cindy Klong, Terry Alden, Francesca Filac, Ron Spelman, Jeffrey R. Brosbe, Margot...

  • 18th Annual Crystal Ball Gala

    The 18th Annual Crsytal Ball Gala took place Nov. 5 at the Del Mar Country Club. The black-tie event included a lavish cocktail reception, gourmet dinner by Jeffrey Strauss of Pamplemousse Grille, dancing to one of San Diego’s top local bands, JP Hunten Music, and exclusive live auction items. ...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild hosts bestselling author Alice Hoffman

    Bestselling author Alice Hoffman discussed her new novel, “Faithful,” on Nov. 10 at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club. The Author Lunch is presented by the Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild, in partnership with Warwick’s. “Faithful” is the story of Shelby, a Long Island, New York teenager whose life is...

  • Solana Santa Fe Colonial Performance

    Solona Santa Fe Elementary School 5th grade students presented musical performances/skits from the colonial period Nov. 10.

  • Tenoré performs at Community Concerts of Rancho Santa Fe event

    Community Concerts of RSF (CCRSF) presented the trio of tenors, Tenoré, Nov. 11 at the Village Church Fellowship Hall. Tenoré is an award-winning classic tenor pop/op trio. For more information, visit www.ccrsf.org.

  • Veterans honored at The Nativity School

    Veterans were honored as special guests at The Nativity School Nov. 7, where students and staff expressed their gratitude to the veterans. Many veterans who have served to keep peace as well as veterans who served in times of war from the “Greatest Generation” of WWII to current times were in attendance....

  • Rancho Santa Fe Literary Society kicks off new season

    The RSF Literary Society hosted guest speaker Tracy Kidder, author of “A Truck Full of Money” at the first luncheon of its 2016-17 season held Nov. 3 at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar. Look for a story on Kidder in the next issue of the RSF Review (Nov. 17).

  • Rancho Santa Fe Big Band presents music of ‘Greatest Generation’

    Music lovers gathered Nov. 6 for the Rancho Santa Fe Big Band’s concert at the Village Community Presbyterian Church Hall in Rancho Santa Fe. Rancho Santa Fe Big Band, in its 15th year, is a 17-piece swing orchestra dedicated to the preservation and performance of the music of the “Greatest Generation,”...

  • Friends of San Pasqual Academy hosts ‘Celebration of Friends’

    Friends of San Pasqual Academy held a “Celebration of Friends” Oct. 26 at the RSF home of Roblee Valentine. Friends of San Pasqual Academy supporters and volunteers learned how they have made a difference in the lives of foster teens. Friends of San Pasqual Academy is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization...

  • ROMP Gala benefits San Diego Ronald McDonald House

    Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego’s annual ROMP Gala held a fun-filled, 1980s “House Party” at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar Oct. 29 with a focus on a serious cause – keeping families together. The annual gala featured musical entertainment, gourmet food and a live auction to raise funds...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation Cap & Gown reception

    The Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation held its annual Cap & Gown reception at the Floit Home in Rancho Santa Fe on Nov. 5. The theme this year was a “Craft” Cocktail Party featuring local spirits and artisan cocktails with a twist. All philanthropic contributors at the Cap & Gown, Benefactor...

  • The White Rose Salon holds Grand Opening in Cielo Village

    A Grand Opening was held for The White Rose Salon in Cielo Village on Oct. 28. The White Rose Salon offers a variety of beauty services, including hair, skin care, massage, nails and more. The White Rose is located at 18029 Calle Ambiente, Suite #507, Rancho Santa Fe, 92067. For more information,...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Food Company hosts Grand Opening

    The Rancho Santa Fe Food Company held a Grand Opening in Cielo Village Oct. 28. The Rancho Santa Fe Food Company is a place to grab breakfast or lunch and a bakery where you can find freshly baked loaves of bread and decadent pastries, cakes, cakes tarts and bars — many of which are gluten-free....

  • Dia del Sol fashion show benefits UCP of San Diego

    The Beach & Country Guild of Rancho Santa Fe hosted the annual Dia del Sol fashion show Oct. 19 at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort in La Costa. The annual luncheon, live and silent auction and fashion show event benefits United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) of San Diego. The highlight of the event is the children’s...

  • ‘Celebration of Second Chances’

    The Rancho Coastal Humane Society’s “Celebration of Second Chances” was held Oct. 22 at the Del Mar Country Club. The Celebration of Second Chances included a buffet dinner, music, entertainment, and raffle and auction items. Jeff Zevely, host of the “Zevely Zone” on CBS News 8, returned as co-host...

  • Holiday Fashion Show & Luncheon benefit

    A Holiday Fashion Show and Luncheon benefit for Casa de Amparo took place at Mille Fleurs in Rancho Santa Fe Oct. 25. The event featured exclusive fashion selected by Maggie Bobileff. Established in 1978, Casa de Amparo (Home of Protection) is recognized as a leader in treating and preventing child...

  • ‘All Fore the Community’ Golf Classi

    The Rancho Santa Fe Community Center’s popular “All Fore the Community” Golf Classic was held at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club Oct. 24. Participants had an opportunity to enjoy an 18-hole scramble with friends, clients and business partners. The event also included a three-course dinner, live auction,...

  • Halloween in the Village

    The Village of Rancho Santa Fe captured the spirit of the season at the second annual Halloween in the Village event Oct. 27. The event included pumpkin carving and decorating on the Village Green, and trick or treating in the shops along Paseo Delicias.

  • Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild hosts author Maria Semple

    Maria Semple, author of the successful “Where’d You Go, Bernadette,” read from and discussed her new book, “Today Will Be Different,” at the Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild’s October Author Talk held Oct. 24 at The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. Visit www.rsflibraryguild.org.

  • The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe presents Haunted House

    The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe hosted its annual Haunted House Oct. 27 and 28. Daring guests were able to enter the freak show-themed maze that led through creepy rooms, dark hallways and other terrifying aspects. The event also featured a a kids’ zone and lawn games.

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