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The Living Room concerts program provides an opportunity for adult amateur musicians to connect with other amateurs of comparable skill level to meet and play chamber music in private residences in Coronado and the rest of San Diego County. From January to June 2015, musicians who register will be combined into chamber music groups to practice and play, learning from their fellow musicians and the insightful coaching of the Hausmann Quartet, Mainly Mozart's ensemble-in-residence. Please contact Susan Laslavic at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 619-239-0100x316 to find out more. Registration deadline is January 13, 2015.Read more›
The Coronado Public Library presents "Holiday's in Rio with Nossa Bossa Nova,: on Friday, December 19, 2014 at 7 pm in the Winn Room. Nova Bossa Nova will be performing traditional Holiday songs set to smooth, Brazilian rhythms, and sung in Portuguese. Favorites from "O Come All Ye Faithful" to "Jingle Bells" will be included. They will also perform a samba "Maoz Tzur" in Hebrew and a Latin flavored instrumental version of "The Dreidel Song." The peformers will have their CDs available for purchase and signing. They will accept credit cards, cash and checks. Each CD is $15.00.Read more›
Getting Published Now - See What You Write in Print in 2015!
Coronado Adult Education Offers a New Publishing Course
Coronado, CA: You can see your work published in a variety of media. Coronado Adult Education has a new course this spring that will show you how to get what you write published. Get Published Now! will run from January 6 to February 10. The class meets Tuesdays from 6:30 to 8:30pm and is taught by New York Times best-selling writer and Coronado resident George Galdorisi. Cost is $68 ($61 for seniors). Register at http:// adulted.coronadousd.net or by calling 619-522-8911.
About the course: This course is designed for beginning, emerging and even accomplished writers who seek to have their work - novels, non-fiction books, articles, essays, you name it - published. We'll explore all options, from major publishing houses to popular magazines and newspapers, not to mention the ubiquitous on-line and electronic opportunities. The course is results-oriented, the aim being to get your work out into the world and, once it's out there, to get it noticed and appreciated by a wide audience! The six seminars include: Why Write?; First - and Essential - Steps; Non-fiction - The Hungry Market; “The Great American Novel”; Establishing an Online Presence, and Social Media - Challenges and Opportunities.
About the instructor: George Galdorisi is a New York Times best-selling writer who has published multiple works in all of these media and who offers something for everyone to take their writing to the next level with the explicit goal of getting it published. He is a career naval aviator and long-term Coronado resident who began his writing career with an article in a professional journal in 1978. He has written five novels (all published by mainstream New York houses), five works of non-fiction (published nationally and internationally), contributions to multiple other works of non-fiction, and well over 300 articles in national media including newspapers, professional journals, popular magazines, and conference proceedings.
About Coronado Adult Education: Coronado Adult Education is committed to providing quality programs that engage individuals to develop knowledge and skills for personal growth, and to promote higher education that encourages lifelong learning and fun.
Presented by Sacred Heart Church
Sacred Heart Catholic Church welcomes the community to Magnificat, its Advent choral service dedicated to Mary on Sunday, December 14. The 3:00 pm program takes place in the church at 7th and C Avenue.Read more›
The City of Coronado is seeking applications to fill a vacancy on the San Diego Port Commission Public Art Committee. The Public Art Committee serves as an advisor to the Board of Port Commissioners and the Public Art Office, upholding the public art vision, ensuring that the Port's public art policies and procedures are followed, and supporting the development and stewardship of the Port's public art collection. PAC members support and advocate for high-quality public art throughout the tidelands. Each of the cities bordering San Diego Bay has a representative on this Committee. Details about the Public Art Committee membership duties and fundctions can be found in the Port's Public Art Master Plan: http://www.portofsandiego.org/public-art.html.Read more›
Presented by Coronado Historical Association