Pancake Breakfast with Santa Dec. 20th
WHO: $19 adults, 9 kids (4-12)
WHAT: Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, you’re sure to enjoy this delicious pancake breakfast with Santa featuring fluffy pancakes cooked to order with all of your favorite toppings, eggs, golden hash browns, savory breakfast meats, fresh fruit and pastries. Don’t miss cookie decorating and classic holiday stories read by special guest, Food Network Star and New…Continue
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Did you attend Coronado schools? Have something you could share (loan to us) for our upcoming special exhibit?
Staff members of the Coronado Museum are currently gathering materials for a…Continue
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Jennifer Reynolds and Kristee Gilbert are the owner-operators of BCB, Company in Hillcrest, California.
In the early 1990’s, after earning a degree in Political Science and Criminology, Kristee Gilbert was at a crossroads. She was working in politics and her best friend, Jennifer Reynolds, was working at the San Diego Zoo. They both had jobs, but they didn’t…Continue
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Parents Night Out
Coronado Karate's Martial Arts America
Saturday, December 20,…Continue
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Come visit the Glorietta Bay Inn on Sunday December 14th from 1p-4p. See all the details in the above poster.
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Coronado is an oasis of delightful residential, commercial and public properties adorned with colorful gardens and lush green lawns, but is it appropriate to maintain such water hungry plants in a semi-arid climate, especially when California is currently facing one of the most severe droughts on record?
Governor Brown declared a drought State of Emergency in January 2014 and directed state officials to take all necessary actions to be ready for water shortages. The…Continue
Weather forecasters are calling for heavy rain at times over the next few days. To help residents protect against any flooding, the City of Coronado has made sandbags available. They may be picked up at Alameda Boulevard and First Street; at Alameda and Fourth Street; and at North Beach. The sandbags are free to residents.
Related: Tail of storm will drench San Diego
Added by eCoronado on December 11, 2014 at 5:30pm — No Comments
Burglary Arrest Update
Investigators have determined through physical evidence that the three juveniles arrested yesterday are responsible for the two burglaries and one attempt burglary that occurred in the same neighborhood in October. The juveniles, from San Diego, traveled on public transportation after school to commit the crimes.
Some of the property stolen in the burglaries has been…
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During this season of giving, many in Coronado are opening their hearts to those most in need. Service and social organizations, along with business and churches, are reaching out to help.
Coronado Tennis Association (CTA) collected items for Es Por los Ninos (It’s For the Children), an HIV/AIDS clinic at the General Hospital in Tijuana at its annual Ladies Luncheon. "We always ask the clinic what they need most," said Jennie Portelli, CTA president. “This year was…Continue
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Glorietta Bay Inn had a successful Photos with Santa event on December 4, 2014. Guests and local residents visited with Santa all while enjoying the Inn's freshly baked chocolate chip cookies. Yum!
Glorietta Bay Inn wanted to send a special thank you to everyone who donated a toy which was given to the Coronado Fire Department Toy Drive. With your help the Inn donated over 40 new toys!
Added by Kelsey McCabe on December 10, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments
Created/Submitted by Harold Myers:
Will one of our parks or the median be used to commemorate the history of National City? This video is about a proposal to restore a railroad car even though it never ran as scheduled train in Coronado. The railcar was part of the National City & Otay Railway and not part of the Coronado Railroad Company. The twin to this railcar has been restored and is in National City. The issue could be before the City…
For destination weddings, having fridge access in the days preceding the wedding is often an overlooked detail. Even with the best planners, all bets are off when it comes to weddings; you never know when you might need to refrigerate flowers, store ice or chill the wine.
Many DIY brides take over a large majority of tasks to slim down the bill, such as flower pick-up, whipping up fresh mints, making boutonnieres, supplying wine for the rehearsal dinner or…Continue
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Christmas Eve Service, Wednesday Dec. 24th at 7:00 PM
Come join us as we sing together many much-loved and timeless Christmas carols, looking at their history and meaning as well, so we may experience the love of God that they represent during this season. Bring the family!
First Baptist Church - 445 C Ave, Coronado CA 92118 (619) 435-6588 …Continue
Added by Carol Merrill on December 9, 2014 at 11:30am — No Comments
'HOW THE 1915 WORLD'S FAIR CAME TO BE'
Get ready for the 2015 Centennial celebration in Balboa Park with noted historian, author and architect David Marshall, President of Heritage Architecture & Planning, who will share stories from the 1915…Continue
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We, the Coronado Scribes, consist of both professional and amateur writers. We have in common a desire to learn, by sharing our efforts and listening to other writers. We hold pressure-less sessions every Wednesday, at the Coronado Library conference room, starting at 1:30. Often we have guests who wish to just listen. They are welcome, and so are you.
Each week on eCoronado, we feature a different piece of prose or poetry produced by one of our…Continue
Photo courtesy of Salvation Army
The Office at CHS was filled with gifts December 12 for beneficiaries of the Angel Tree Program
This year the Coronado High School ASB has worked with the local Salvation Army to provide an Angel Giving Tree at CHS. The…Continue
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The Coronado Bicycle Committee and Coronado Recreation Department have planned a community bike ride on Sunday, December 14th.
Check out the video from last year - don't miss it!…
Decades ago, between First and Second Streets on Orange Avenue stood a place called Mexican Village. A popular hangout at the time, locals who have been here for a while can tell you all about it. It was a favorite hang out for aviators from the Korean and Vietnam Era. It was here, at Mexican Village, where a young lady from Indiana met a Navy pilot and decided…Continue
The Freshman class at Coronado High School is sponsoring a fundraiser offering an Islander ornament. If you would like to purchase one or more of these unique ornaments, just follow these instructions:
Complete the order form on this page. If you have trouble capturing the form, please include the requested information on a separate sheet of paper that will act as your order…Continue