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Viewing posts from October, 2017
Writers at all levels of experience are welcome to participate in a four-hour workshop Friday, November 17 at the Coronado Historical Association Museum Lecture Room, 1100 Orange Avenue. Using the Amherst Writers and Artists (AWA) method, the workshop will stimulate creativity, help you to develop confidence in your voice on the page, encourage new work and support other writers., www.amherstwriters.com.Read more›
The Coronado Cultural Arts Commission November 2, 2017 meeting agenda is available online for public review. The Commission meets the first Thursday of every month at 4:30 in the City Council Chambers. To review this month's agenda please click on the link below.Read more›
Village Theatres Birthday Celebration goes ‘Back to the Future’ Oct 25Read more›
Seriously funny comedy from quick-thinking students. As "You, The Audience" offer suggestions, teams compete to get the biggest laughs. You never know what's coming, except that it will be hilarious! A member of National Comedy Theatre's professional Improv cast usually hosts each show.Read more›
The John D. Spreckels Center and Bowling Green is owned and operated by the City of Coronado and offers a wide variety of programs and activities including health and fitness programs, educational and arts programs, volunteer and civic engagement opportunities and much more. Click here to learn more about the Center, their hours of operation and activities and events scheduled November 2017 through January 2018.Read more›
The City of Coronado and the Cultural Arts Commission hosted an Artists’ Reception for the newest exhibition “Head to Toes (and everything in between),” Wednesday evening in the C3 Gallery. The gallery is located in the west hallway of the Coronado Community Center adjacent to the Nautilus Room. This exhibition was curated by the CHS Art Department and features the work of over 30 Coronado High School students. The exhibition will run through October 25. The next exhibition, “Portraits, Places and Things” will feature juried artwork of local artists and is scheduled to open with an Artists Reception on November 1.Read more›