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BROOKE BEAHM, Capistrano Beach

I cheered for Scott Schoeffel’s letter, which highlighted the variety of art and culture in Dana Point.

In addition to finding oneself through art, we have the opportunity at such events to find communality with others. Scott pointed out a few events, but let’s not forget The REDO Market held in May and again this October on Del Prado.

REDO gives locals a chance to experience our surf culture as well, and purchase vintage and handmade items from locals.

A street party from start to finish, this market is the perfect venue for friends to gather, sip, eat and shop all within the beauty of Dana Point. 

Our coastal town hosts a bounty of art and culture; just look around.

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