Heritage Ranch Fall Family Festival
Adriana Rossarda and Jerome Farmer, The San Dieguito Heritage Museum Board President Sinéad Ni Chabhláin, SDHM founding member and volunteer tour guide Jan Grice (McKenzie Images)
Volunteer Maritxu Basson, The San Dieguito Heritage Museum board member Evelyn Weidner (McKenzie Images)
101 Artists’ Colony President Danny Salzhandler, Kristi Stone, and Braxton at one of the many hands on craft stations (McKenzie Images)
High Adventure Troop 777 volunteers Andrew, Robert, Lochland, and Service Project Coordinator Melissa Masterson (McKenzie Images)
Alec and Rose Weinstein with Sky, and Tami Riedman of Paint it On Mobile Pottery Painting (McKenzie Images)
The San Dieguito Heritage Museum Administrative Assistant Mary Fallet, volunteer extraordinaire Jay Clark, Executive Director of www.BeCreative.Zone Kristi Stone, The San Dieguito Heritage Museum Executive Director Barb Grice (McKenzie Images)
Marianna Hayes and The Expressions Dance Team, available at The Magdalena Ecke YMCA (McKenzie Images)
Maureen and William Shull, Allie Schulman, with Elise and Wesley, in front of Williams grandparents house, aka The Teten House (McKenzie Images)
Grace and Steve Rohrer, with Marissa, Elise and Sophia (McKenzie Images)
Jonah enjoys his horse ride (McKenzie Images)
The Expressions Dance team on stage (McKenzie Images)
Elise performed on the keyboard (McKenzie Images)
Rebecca and Jonathan Kinderman, with Haven, Caprice, and baby Tatum (McKenzie Images)
Singer Natalie entertained (McKenzie Images)
The Heritage Ranch, home of the San Dieguito Heritage Museum, hosted a Fall Family Festival Oct. 13. Community partners for the event included the Magdalena Ecke YMCA dance performances and Boy Scout Troop 777. The event also featured arts and crafts, games, bouncy house, face painting and more. Visit sdheritage.org.
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