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Crown City Crawl is Back for Third Year to Benefit Coronado Junior Woman’s Club – Jan. 26 2019

Purchase early bird tickets at for $35 until the 1st of January. Once the new year hits, tickets will go up to $40 and will be $50 at the door.

The Crown City Crawl is back for its third year, to be held on Saturday January 26, 2019, hosted by the Coronado Junior Woman’s Club. Kick off the new year by celebrating with friends and community while enjoying wonderful drinks, appetizers, and music at three Coronado favorites and benefiting the Coronado Junior Woman’s Club.

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Purchase early bird tickets at for $35 until the 1st of January. Once the new year hits, tickets will go up to $40 and will be $50 at the door. Check-in for the event begins at 3:30pm on Jan. 26 at the VFW Post 2422. From there the group will go to Nicky Rottens and then finish the evening at Mexican Village. With each ticket you will enjoy three free drinks and light snacks throughout, receive a commemorative koozie and participate in the exciting bar bingo and auction where you can win amazing local prizes. There will be drink and appetizer specials throughout the night as well at the different locations. For more information, visit or the Facebook Event Page for Crown City Crawl.

All proceeds from the event directly benefit the Coronado Junior Woman’s Club. The local group of women was established in 1960 and through the years has flourished in uniting women who are dedicated to enhancing the spirit of Coronado through educational, civic and philanthropic services.

Stops on the 2019 Crown City Crawl:

  1. VFW 2422 – 557 Orange Avenue
  2. Nicky Rottens – 100 Orange Avenue
  3. The Famous Mexican Village – 126 Orange Avenue
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