Spotlight on Education Toast on the Coast

Despite a misty day, spirits were high for the 80s Fast Times concert, on Nov. 6, on the grassy flatlands above Palos Verdes Beach Club. The concert benefited the Peninsula Education Foundation. Ringing the big stage were tasting tables by Titos, Gray Whale Gin, and the Peninsula’s Catalina View Gardens winery and Pavilions Peninsula Center wines. This all-inclusive food and beverage also included bites from Locale90, Compagnons Wine Bistro, Good Stuff and Bettolino’s Kitchen. For holiday shoppers, there were gifts from  Social Butterfly Design and Annie’s Lunada Bay Boutique. Major donors included Tito’s, Jaguar South Bay Land Rover, Providence Little Co. of Mary, 15/40 Productions and SpeedPro. 

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Photos by Stephanie Cartozian


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