Rancho Santa Fe residents attended a “Celebrate Osuna” event June 11 at the Association-owned property, which is home to a working horse ranch and the Osuna Adobe, a unique piece of history with ties back to 1831 as well as architect Lilian Rice.
The community event featured a Santa Maria-style barbecue, Latin-style live music, equestrian demonstrations, activities, tours and more. Cultural landscape specialist Vonn Marie May spoke about how the adobe fits into the overall history of Rancho Santa Fe.
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