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The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) recently gave the Landmark Award to the Silver Strand Nature’s Bridge to Discovery. Driving north from the Coronado Cays on Highway 75, the 1.5 mile stretch of land, which starts south of the Naval Amphibious Base and ends north of Fiddler’s Cove Marina, was transformed over 15 years ago into an award-winning bayside trail with help from a devoted group of Cays residents.Read more›
Are you a musician or music teacher in Coronado? The Coronado Cultural Arts Commission wants to hear from you! The CAC is creating a database of local musicians and music teachers. Trying to book more weddings? Looking to take on more students? Interested in collaborating with other musicians? Send a quick e-mail with your name and instrument to Arts Education and Musical Arts Commissioner Mariah Gillespie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619-866-5638. For more information, go to www.coronadoarts.comRead more›
A Coronado citizen reported suspected vandalism to the Public Art Piano at Coronado Rotary Plaza on Monday, June 18. This piano is one of three public art pianos owned by the City of Coronado and operated by the Coronado Cultural Arts Commission. The Commission assessed the damage and determined it was moisture damage and not vandalism. Repairs were made within 48 hours. The Cultural Arts Commission will host a July 4th pop-up Patriotic Music Concert at 9 a.m. in the Plaza. The pianos operate from approximately 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily and are covered and locked during the night.Read more›
Check out this facebook video at: https://www.facebook.com/CoronadoArtsCommission/videos/1801882159870248/Read more›
The Coronado Cultural Arts Commission regular meeting is Thursday, May 3 at 4:30 p.m. in the Coronado City Council Chambers. The public is encouraged to attend or tune in to the meeting on Spectrum Channel 19 or access on the City of Coronado website.Read more›
The Coronado Promenade Concerts (CPC) produces and manages the annual Spreckels Park summer concert series. The 2018 series features 16 concerts across five months sponsored by individuals and business patrons. All concerts begin at 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted.Read more›