The San Dieguito Heritage Museum hosted the grand opening of its newest exhibit May 18, “Flowers, Farms and Families,” which explores the history over the last century of the floral industry in Encinitas, from family farms to major growers. After the grand opening, a Gala Dinner event was held, featuring a farm-to-table dinner, live music and guest speaker Ari Novy of The San Diego Botanic Garden. Visit sdheritage.org
Planting Paradise: Flowers, Farms and Families Exhibit Grand Opening
The San Dieguito Heritage Museum Board President Sinéad Ni Chabhláin and Executive Director Barb Grice receive a plaque honoring The Flowers, Farmers, and Families exhibit, presented by Corrine Busta (Policy Advisor representing Supervisor Kristin Gaspar) (No Source)
Rhonda and Bruce Grice, Mary Witesman (No Source)
Kelly Madurowicz, Doug Jones, Ramona Ault (No Source)
Standing: Larry Armi, sponsor Debbie McGraw. Seated: Mick Garrett, Debbie Wolfson (No Source)
Jan Berry, Oliver and Angela Storm (No Source)
Annie Leaf, Jan Grice (No Source)
Sponsor Evelyn Weidner, Laura Diede representing sponsor The Leichtag Foundation (No Source)
Allison Paap, Tony and Denise Godfrey (No Source)
Rinna Yu, Shannon Brownlee, Chi Zhang (No Source)
Susan Muto Knight (she is the little girl in the photo) and Anthony Knight next to the exhibit honoring her father, Tak Muto (McKenzie Images / McKenzie Images)
The San Dieguito Heritage Museum board member Kerry Witkin, Encinitas Mayor Catherine S. Blakespear, David Meyer and Lizbeth Ecke of sponsor The Ecke Foundation, Encinitas council member Tony Kranz (No Source)
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