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Viewing posts from February, 2015
City of Coronado: Coronado Cultural Arts Commission
Children's Stamp Collecting Event
Wednesday, February 25th, 2015. 3 to 6pm at the Coronado Library
Meet with Captain Phil Kumler, USN, Retired and Executive Director of First Stamps.
All children attending will receive stamps, booklets on how to collect , price catalogs and instruction.
Meet the Cat in the Hat Thing One & Thing Two, play games, make crafts, watch cartoons, and have so much fun. Friday February 27th at 3:30 to 4:30pm The Winn Room in the Coronado Library. Sponsored by The Octagon Club and Junior Optimist of CoronadoRead more›
The Coronado Woman's Club, in partnership with The Coroando Floral Association invites Coronado youth from pre-school through fifth grade to particpate in the Coronado Flower Show April 18 and 19, 2015 in Spreckles Park. The youth section consists of: junior gardener(preschool and kindergarten) any plant(s) grown by the exhibitor in a single container from seed, root and/or bulb. Junior Growing plants for grades 1-5 any plant(s) in any singe container that has been in possession of and cared for exclusivily by the exhibitor for at least a month. For further informaiton please contact Coronado Flower Show Youth Section Chairperson, Kari McPherson 619-977-4342.Read more›
The San Diego Center for Jewish Culture's Mandelbaum Family Lecture Series in Coronado continues its free season of
lectures with Professor Ibrahim al-Marashi. HIs lecture "The Spanish Past and the Modern Middle East will take place in the
Coronado Winn Room, on Wednesday, February 18 at 10:30am. This lecture series is free and sponsored by Coronado Friends of CJC and Jewish Federation of San Diego County. For more information contact San Diego Center for Jewish Culture at 858-362-1327 or www.sdcjc.org.
Sacred Heart Day School presented at the Coronado Cultural Arts Meeting in February and shared the following student-produced movie. A special thank you to Sacred Heart English Teacher Deb Nordlie and her students for sharing their love of the Arts with the Commission.Read more›