Coronado Recreation Fall/Winter Registration Brochure
Posted by: Coronado Arts 9 months, 2 weeks ago


From the Director of the Recreation Department Roger Miller

Download the complete brochure by clicking here!

I am pleased to present the fall brochure which outlines
the City of Coronado’s delivery of recreation services.
Inside you will find a wide variety of activities and events
for the entire family. Below, I have highlighted some new
opportunities that our recreation professionals hope you
will enjoy over the coming months. As always, our staff
and facilities await and we hope you will take advantage of
all that Coronado has to offer.

Opening last spring, the John D. Spreckels Center and Lawn
Bowling Green is providing our 50 and better residents
a haven in the center of town to recreate in. Located on
Orange and Seventh Ave, the Center is 9,000 sq. ft. and
geared to active adults who want to socialize, stay active,
travel and have fun! Prior field trips to the Getty and Ronald
Regan Museums were sold out. The facility supervisor,
Wendi Garrison, and her team hope you will visit them and
become a regular at the Center. I encourage you to drop by,
say hello, and sign up for the Spreckels Center Newsletter.
The City also has a new golf professional concessionaire,
Brian Smock PGA. Brian’s professional experience
coupled with his qualified PGA staff are uniquely positioned
to provide the community with an array of junior and adult
golf programs and activities, some of which are highlighted
in this brochure. Additionally, the pro shop was recently
remodeled and stocked with upgraded apparel that sports
the City’s new golf logo.

Our goal is to offer programs and places to play where you
can enjoy all the beauty that Coronado has to offer. We hope
the recreation experience becomes part of your everyday
life, and that we can help be a part of that experience.
Please take a moment to review this brochure and be sure
to “Put Some Play in Your Day.”


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