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May 22, 2021, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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Healing Through the Arts: May Mental Health Month, Tools to T

Presented by Cultural Arts Commission in Partnership with Coronado SAFE

May 22, 2021, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

North Lawn of Coronado Public Library


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Healing Through the Arts: May Mental Health Month, Tools to Thrive:

Saturday, May 22, 2021

Art Activities at the Coronado Public Library

Sponsored by the Coronado Cultural Arts Commission


The art activities will take place on the north lawn of the library on Saturday, May 22.  Check the schedule for each activity. All art projects are on a first-come-first-served basis. See the number of participants for each activity listed below. Snacks, drinks, and all supplies provided.


Schedule of Events:


10 am -12 noon: My Superhero Cape

What is your superhero name? What is your superpower? Using washable markers, write your name and draw your special superhero logo. Includes a t-shirt cape. For ages 3-7 years old.

35 participants maximum.



12 noon - 1:30 pm:  My World

If you could create a world of your own, what would you include? Who would you invite? What would your hideout look like? Color your world however you like. It is a place you can ‘go to’ anytime you need or want to. Includes an 11” x 17” template and list of ideas to expand on. For ages 9 years old and up.

30 participants maximum.


Teresa Espaniola has been creating art for decades. As an art teacher, she has worked with children from first graders to teens. As the new Commissioner of Programming, Visual, Literary, and Performing Arts, she is excited to be part of the Coronado Cultural Arts team.


1:30 pm - 3 pm: Magic Wand-Making Workshop

Who doesn't need a little magic in their life? Come mindfully create a tool that will remind you of your own personal superpowers. All materials will be provided, but if you have a special stick, pinecone, or other item that you want to include in your magic wand, feel free to bring it. Hot glue station will be available. Be sure to stay to the end so that you don't miss your wand's naming ceremony! For pre-teens and up.

40 participants maximum.


Kirstin Green is a local artist, teacher, and expressive arts therapist. She has always loved working with the youth of Coronado and is thrilled for this opportunity to connect with her home-town community.

Kirstin Green