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Fresh produce, locally-grown, right off the farmers' trucks. Coronado Farmers Market is one of the longest running farmers' markets in San Diego County. Farmers come from all over San Diego County to sell their fresh produce at the Coronado market. San Diego County has over 6,600 farms, more than any other county in the United States! San Diego County also has the largest community of organic growers in the state and the nation – over 374 farms growing more than…Find out more »
Half off bottles of wine every Tuesday at Leroy's Kitchen + LoungeFind out more »
On Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 6:00 P.M., the City of Coronado Community Center’s popular Armchair Travel Program presents An Adriatic Adventure. Come along with Coronado’s Phil Garn to Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Venice. You’ll hear tales from lagoons to Alps, waterfalls to war crimes, castles and forts to Roman palaces, aquaculture to jellyfish - with a few special treats for ‘Game of Thrones’ fans and military buffs. This Armchair Travel event will be held in the Nautilus Room of the Coronado Community Center, 1845…Find out more »
Through Feb. 24 CELEBRATING LAMB'S 25 YEARS IN CORONADO! 20 of the region’s best performers & musicians in a thrilling musical celebration of the best from LAMB’S 25 years in Coronado! Whether you are a LAMB’S fan, or you don’t know our work, you will love this fun, elegant & thrilling evening. Running Time: 2 hours & 20 minutes, including Intermission Age Advisability: This production will be enjoyed by all ages. Due to the intimacy of the theatre we do…Find out more »
The Coronado Public Library is once again offering a six-week poetry discussion class beginning on Wednesday, January 16th at 11am in the Winn Room. This year, Poetry for the People will feature poets from the American West. We will discuss how geography informs the poetry of these men and women, some of whom are state poet laureates. Join the hour-long discussions on the work of poets from Alaska, Colorado, California, Montana and other western regions. Participants are encouraged to share…Find out more »
Discover the art and architecture of northern Spain as seen along the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail. Join artist Amanda Schaffer as she discusses the Camino's cultural heritage. See Romanesque structures and Gothic cathedrals. Find out about a 15th century 'parador" built by royalty that still provides free meals to pilgrims and a 13th century "Ermita" that now serves as a walkers' hostel. See artwork done by locals and an example of Spanish architect Antonio Gaudi's work. Come along on…Find out more »