Monday, January 25, 2021

Coronado Public Library Events

Model Railroad Museum’s Polar Express Exhibit Comes to Life with Story Time

All aboard! In partnership with the Model Railroad Museum, Coronado Public Library is co-hosting a virtual Polar Express Story Time on Sunday, Dec. 20,...

Voting is a Piece of Cake (or Pie) for Kids

For any kids who feel like they are missing out on election fever, the library is offering a chance for children of all ages...

“Curtains in the Cays” Virtual Escape Room

Think you can find your way through the Coronado Public Library’s virtual escape room? You have until October 30 at 12 pm to try!...

Murder Mystery Month

Did you get a chance to read the Coronado Public Library’s Murder Mystery Month prompt? Librarian Nick Burmeister wrote the beginning of Curtains in...

Fang-tastic Fun for All Ages at Coronado Public Library

The library is offering Halloween-themed events throughout the last week in October. A new graphic novel book club for students in sixth through 12th grade...

Embark on Coding Adventures with Python for 4th through 8th Graders

The Coronado Public Library is launching a new series of programs teaching coding skills to children who may be missing out on traditional after...

Wellness in the Time of COVID-19

The pandemic has had wide-ranging impacts on everyone's daily life. Some people find it hard to name their grief or losses, especially ones that...

In-N-Out Reading Program Returns

In-N-Out’s Cover to Cover Reading Program is popular with Coronado Public Library users every year. This year, it is back, albeit virtually. From Oct....

Richard Lederer’s Fascinating Facts About Our Presidents

Who was our youngest American president? Who was our oldest? Who was our tallest, shortest, and fattest? Union-Tribune language columnist and American history quizmaster...

Kids and Screen Time – Zoom Lecture

On Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 7 p.m., Dr. Katherine Nguyen Williams will co-host a virtual lecture on Zoom for Coronado Public Library users along...
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