Long time Coronado local Dan'l Steward is tethered in a tree on E Avenue targeted for removal. Read on to find out why.
The block between First and Second Streets on E Avenue is well known to not only residents of Coronado, but visitors as well. It is an attractive street lined on both sides with huge, towering Eucalyptus trees. People purposely come this way on strolls to enjoy…Continue
We want to invite you to help to feed hungry children in the Dominican Republic from right here in Spreckels Park!
On November 2, 2014 we invite you to a Coronado Community-wide service event. St. Paul’s United Methodist Church and Sacred Heart Catholic Church are partnering with Children of the…Continue
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
Added by Coronado Scribes on September 22, 2014 at 10:00am — No Comments
Fascinating, intriguing, or thoughtful tales about people and places in Coronado history -- presented by your Coronado Historical Association
If you don’t learn anything else as an active member of the Coronado Historical Association, you learn of the hidden stories that are buried within almost every antique or family heirloom that comes our…Continue
Added by Bruce Linder on September 22, 2014 at 8:30am — No Comments
Coronado, CA, The Young Entrepreneurs Academy, (YEA!), is an innovative program that transforms local middle and high school students into real entrepreneurial successes. YEA! is excited to announce its new site, Coronado High School to pilot the program in the fall of 2014.
YEA! is a cutting-edge program that takes students between the ages of 11 and 18 through the process of starting and launching a real business or social movement over the course of an…Continue
Added by Matt Pontes on September 21, 2014 at 9:00pm — No Comments
No fire, just training for our firefighters initiated by home owner Mark Hunt who bought the "tear-down" and contacted the CFD about the possibility of using the structure for training. Kudos for the initiative Mr. Hunt! No fires were set but roofs were penetrated and hose lines were run. All good for our hood.…
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Like other forms of cancer, childhood cancer has an international symbol, the gold ribbon. Many colors were considered, but after much thought, it was decided that the color gold was the perfect choice for the cause. Gold is a precious metal, and our children are precious.
September 21 - September 27
Go gold at any Blue Bridge Hospitality location by…Continue
Added by Blue Bridge Hospitality on September 21, 2014 at 10:30am — No Comments
We invite you to attend the first Coronado Writers Workshop on Saturday, October 11, 9am-5pm. Click here to access the online brochure that is filled with details about the sessions and speakers and to download the registration form.
We have extended the…Continue
Added by Kari Kovach on September 21, 2014 at 9:30am — No Comments
The Coronado High School Cheer team is holding their annual Cheer Clinic this Sunday, September 21 from 1-5pm. The clinic is open to all children ages 5 and up and will be held at the Coronado High School gym.
Participants will learn cheers, chants, jumps and dance from the Coronado High School Cheer Team and will be invited to perform during half time of the October 3, 2014 Varsity football game.
Registration fee is $50 and includes instruction, clinic shirt, poms, photo…Continue
Added by Kellee Hearther on September 19, 2014 at 11:30am — No Comments
In his yoga studio in Coronado, Jean Pierre Marques leads a private session in Kenbu, a form of martial arts that employs smooth and fluid, yet powerful movements with a samurai sword. The mood was quiet and peaceful, yet I sensed great strength all around me. In the lobby of his studio, brilliant, colorful art, created by him, was on display.
“Do not be afraid,” he tells me. “We are peaceful warriors.”
He’s been called one of Coronado’s hidden treasures. Jean Pierre…Continue
Though many friends and family who live in other places across the country have had a difficult time relating to the heat wave we have been having in San Diego, we know that it has been very HOT and way more HUMID than usual. Many of us do not have air conditioning or ceiling fans and with the dead calm that arrives each afternoon, lasting well into the late evening, it has been very uncomfortable. School children have been released early (the schools also lack A/C) and…Continue
The 23rd annual Garden Party, hosted by Coronado Mainstreet Ltd., was held at a "Coronado Castle by the Sea", 1127 F Avenue. There were hundreds of people in attendance to enjoy the food, drink and terrific silent auction. The Garden Party proceeds benefit Coronado's Signature Median Gardens.
The City of Coronado started Coronado Mainstreet in 1988 as a response…Continue
Added by Kellee Hearther on September 18, 2014 at 12:30pm — No Comments
The kick-off and celebration of all things automobiles for the 17th Annual Fleet Week Coronado Speed Festival will officially begin today with a car procession from the makeshift speedway on Naval Air Station North Island to Rotary Park in Coronado. More than 40 automobiles of all kinds are expected to join the procession. The procession will begin at Naval Air Station North Island, will travel down Fourth Avenue to Orange, and will end at Rotary Park in Coronado, CA…Continue
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Coronado Schools Foundation in partnership with ParkLife Real Estate, sponsored the final Concert in the Park on September 7th, 2014. While Local favorite Ron's Garage Band was the featured performance, kindergartners from the Early Childhood Development Center from Mrs.…
Added by Surf's Up Studios Coronado on September 16, 2014 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Because of the high heat and high relative humidity predicted for tomorrow, I am declaring another Minimum Day for Wednesday, September 17th. “Minimum Day” means that all schools will begin at their regular times, but all schools shall end the day at 12:30 PM. For those who need lunch, sack lunches will be…Continue
Added by Jeff Felix on September 16, 2014 at 11:30am — No Comments
The First Annual Nick Shultz Memorial Junior Open begins this Saturday, September 20. It is the Coronado Tennis Center's first United States Tennis Association (USTA)-sanctioned junior tournament. The competition will take place over two weekends, with the finals being held Sunday, September 28.
The tournament is named for Nick Shultz, one of Coronado’s most beloved tennis players, whose passion and love of the game inspired nearly everyone who crossed his path.…Continue
Added by Gloria Tierney on September 16, 2014 at 8:30am — No Comments
Three adults have been arrested for bike theft in the past week. On Saturday, September 13, officers arrested two suspects for stealing the PD's remotely monitored bicycle. The men stole the bicycle from Orange Avenue around 11:20 p.m. and placed it into the back of their pick-up truck. The truck was stopped at the intersection of Fourth Street and Alameda where officers took the two men into custody. Juan Villapando and Fernando Alba are being charged with grand theft,…
Important Message from Dr. Jeff Felix, Superintendent of the Coronado Unified School District:
Because of the high heat and high relative humidity predicted for tomorrow, I am declaring a Minimum Day on Tuesday, September 16th. “Minimum Day” means that all schools will…Continue
Added by Jeff Felix on September 15, 2014 at 10:30am — No Comments
Join Blue Bridge Hospitality and millions of Americans across the Nation in observance of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. In the U.S., 15,780 children under the age of 21 are diagnosed with cancer every year; approximately 1/4 of them will not survive the disease. A diagnosis turns the lives of the entire family upside down. The objective of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is to put a spotlight on the types of cancer that largely affect children, survivorship issues, and -…Continue
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