This week’s lecture is “It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll: The Rise of Motown and the Soul of Stax; Soundtrack of the Vietnam War.” This online presentation, from Osher’s Master Class, will discuss the political and economic history that shaped the 60’s and how it profoundly influenced the evolution of popular music and its reception. We hope you enjoy the discussion and the sound bites of popular music from the 1960’s.Read more›
This week’s lecture has been a hot topic of discussion lately and was widely suggested to have a better understanding of Universal Basic Income (UBI). “Back to Basics, The Universal Basic Income Debate” will provide insight into what UBI is, what drives its popularity, common objections to it, and how it works.Read more›
Coronado Playhouse announces more changes to its current 2020 season due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Because of the county-wide shutdown and in accordance with Governor Newsom’s plan for re-opening, the Playhouse is forced to cancel the upcoming productions of Richard III, originally scheduled for July 17-August 9, and Catch Me if You Can, originally scheduled for September 4-October 11. Last month, Coronado Playhouse announced the cancellation of Anything Goes, originally scheduled for May 22-June 28. With the uncertainty of access to the theatre, as well as navigating social distancing with patrons and creative teams, it has become necessary to announce additional changes to the current season.Read more›
The Winter 2020 Arts Education Directory is available online now! Classes offered by schools, private instructors, non-profits and the City of Coronado are included in this year's directory. Art, music, dance, acting and more for ages 2 to 105! Never too soon or too late to learn a new skill or try a new class. Check out all the opportunities! Do you offer a class or do private instruction? Would you like to be included in the next directory? Contact Commissioner Mariah Gillespie at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more›
The Second Annual Southern California Open Jump Rope Competition hosted by the Coronado Speed Spinners takes place on Saturday, February 29th at the Coronado Recreation Center Gymnasium from 10:00am – 5:00pm. The event is free and open to the public.
OH! San Diego is coming to Coronado for the first time the weekend of March 7-8. Coronado is hosting ten sites including the Coronado Historical Association Museum, the Coronado Public Library, The John D. Spreckels Center and Bowling Green, Village Theatre, Christ Episcopal Church, the 1906 Lodge, the Glorietta Bay Inn, the El Cordova Hotel, the Hotel del Coronado, the Coronado Clubroom and Boathouse and three opportuntitie for walking tours. To check out the OH San Diego pdf of this year's program click here.Read more›