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Jazz Concert Rescheduled
Posted by: Coronado Arts 5 years, 1 month ago

The much needed rain postponed the Jazz on the Green concert featruing Peter Sprague.  The new date and time for the Peter Sprague concert will be Tuesday, Aug 25th from 6 to 8 p.m.  The later start time will hopefully allow those who work during the day more time to attend.  Jazz on the Green will be at the Coronado Cays Park between the tennis courts and the fire station, 99 Grand Caribe Way

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Coronado Library Genealogy Lecture/Class
Posted by: Coronado Arts 5 years, 1 month ago

With a dazzling array of online resources available, family history research can be overwhelming.  Come learn how to start your online research and which resources wil be best suited for your own family history.  Presented by the Coronado Public Library on Thursday 13th at 7p.m. by family history expert Mark Donnelly.

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Hansen Family Hosted CIFF Donor Party
Posted by: Coronado Arts 5 years, 1 month ago

The Hansen Mansion was “ready for its close-up” when the Coronado Island Film Festival hosted a preview of its inaugural film festival at the historic home at 711 A Avenue, last Friday evening, Aug. 7.

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Coronado Mainstreet Ltd. 24th Annual Gareden Party
Posted by: Coronado Arts 5 years, 1 month ago

Once a year, MainStreet hosts a Garden Party that raises funds to support revitalization and beautification projects.  These 16 gardens represent Mainstreet's on-going commitments to beautify and enhance the color of downtown Coronado.

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Turning a Live Experience into a Compelling Memoir
Posted by: Coronado Arts 5 years, 1 month ago

Moderator: Rob Yehling

Panelist: Ray Wong

Do you have a compelling story to tell? Do you have a story that will resonate within the deepest feelings and emotions of your readers while captivating them? If so, then you have the seed of a memoir. We look at ways to structure memoir, how memoir is different than autobiography, and the finer points of crafting your story into a can’t-put-down sharing of a pivotal part of your life. Expect a writing exercise or two within the workshop.

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Focus on Fiction: Writing Tips, Pitching a Story and Promoting Fiction
Posted by: Coronado Arts 5 years, 1 month ago

Moderator: George Galdorisi

Panelists: Jim Huston, Jeff Edwards and Tammy Greenwood

Learn from a panel of accomplished fiction writers how they convey emotions, physicality and believability in their narrative.  Can you identify “fiction-worthy” moments and the heart of your plot? These authors have written a variety of genres from legal thrillers, popular spy and techno suspense and books about places and people.  Hear about writing as a process of discovery, weaving together two narratives, and writing about the sense of place.  The speakers will also speak about the practicalities of pitching and promoting your work.

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I Have a Facebook Author Page...Now what do I do? + LinkedIn Bonus
Posted by: Coronado Arts 5 years, 1 month ago

Presenter: Barbra Drizin

You may have established a Facebook Business Page, but are you using it effectively and to its fullest potential? Using a customized “Facebook Checklist,” Barbra will take you on a live tour of the steps you should be taking on a daily basis to ensure you’re using your Facebook Author Page effectively.

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Coronado Cultural Arts Commission Member Vacancy
Posted by: Coronado Arts 5 years, 1 month ago

IMMEDIATE VACANCY: One Member CULTURAL ARTS COMMISSION RESPONSIBILITIES: To unify and advocate for the many and diverse art and cultural components in Coronado; ensure and improve the health of the arts community; and to seek outside funding as needed. Members must file a financial disclosure statement upon assuming office, annually, and upon leaving office. Applications must be received 5 p.m. on Wednesday, September 2, 2015.

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