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The City invites the community to participate in two planned public workshops, October 16 and 19, to help identify desired improvements for Coronado Cays Park. This is the beginning of a process to see what the public wants, find out what works and establish an outdoor space that can be enjoyed by all its users. The City would like to clarify that there are no pre-determined plans for any changes other than the need to replace the aging irrigation system.…Find out more »
Author Morales shares her story of hope, love, and imagination in her beautifully illustrated book, Dreamers. Please join us in reading this “One Book, One San Diego” selection and winner of the Pura Belpré Award. We will also celebrate dreaming by reading a book about Pura Belpré herself, crafting dream catchers, and snacking on Latin American treats.Find out more »
Do you love anime? Meet other fans and watch anime! This month will be Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo. Set in the year 5053, the series focuses on the impact of the titular Count: formerly a sailor named Edmund Dantes, he was betrayed by his friends and imprisoned on false charges. Aided by a mysterious force dubbed "Gankutsuou," Dantes escaped and refashioned himself as the Count, determined to exact vengeance on those who wronged him.Find out more »
Teens, come create a clay that can light up a (tiny) room!Find out more »
This year the Coronado Schools Foundation is “Off to the Races” for our 35th annual Gala Auction. Join us in our efforts to place our kids in the winner’s circle!Find out more »
GORGEOUS, FUN, WITTY & WISE The Dowager Countess has invited you up to the Great House for a Grand Midsummer’s Ball. All hell’s about to break loose. Identical twins, a beautiful heiress and a mysterious guest, make for Romance & Adventure in Christopher Fry’s brilliant adaptation of Jean Anouilh’s classic charade of Love & Money. It includes some of the most fun moments of theatrical magic you'll ever see! Directed by Robert Smyth & Deborah Gilmour Smyth Choreography by Donny…Find out more »