CHA 50th Grand Jubilee – SAVE THE DATE

Coronado Historical Association turns 50 years old in March, kicking off with a 50th Grand Jubilee gala at the Hotel del Coronado.  Coronado History Matters!

If you are interested in attending, RSVP HERE to receive a formal invitation.

Ride the Lights 2018

Ride the Lights is set for Sunday, December 16. Meet at Spreckels Park at 4:45 p.m. Make sure you have night lights, and helmets, Enjoy cookies, cocoa and other holiday festivities after the ride. Brought to you by Coronado’s Bicycle Advisory Committee. Don’t forget to decorate your bike.



Take a selfie while shopping/eating local, or on the Free Shuttle, post on Facebook and/or Instagram with the #ShopCoronado and you are entered to win.  It is a Winner Take All contest, with over $500 in gifts from Chamber member businesses for one lucky local!  Here’s the website with more details

Optimist Thanksgiving Movie

The Optimist Club of Coronado will present a FREE showing of The Grinch movie at 10:00am at the Village Theatre on Thanksgiving morning.  Doors open at 9:30am.

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City of Coronado Thanksgiving Schedule 2018

City of Coronado Thanksgiving Schedule 2018  

CORONADO, Calif. (November 13, 2018) – The City of Coronado will observe the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, November 22, and on Friday, November 23, and reminds residents and businesses that some facilities will remain open.

Certain City of Coronado departments and services are open both days, some with varying hours of operation, but all non-public safety facilities are closed on Thanksgiving Day. On Wednesday, November 21, the John D. Spreckels Center will close at noon; the Community Center at 5 p.m.; and the Library at 2 p.m.

Public Services crews will not sweep streets on the holiday. EDCO will NOT perform regular residential trash collection and as a result there will be a one-day residential delay in service.

Here is the holiday schedule:

Thanksgiving Sked 2018

Coronado History 11-13-1886

On this day in Coronado History

On November 13, 1886, the Coronado Beach Company held a public auction, selling selected lots on Coronado Beach. The ferry made trips across the bay every 30 minutes to accommodate the crowds. More than 6,000 people came over from San Diego to be part of the activities. An article written in the San Diego Union the day after the event stated that after visitors got off the ferry they were “thence whirled by steam-cars from bay shore to sea shore along an avenue lined with oranges trees and spraying fountains.” A large tent by the beach was erected for the auction, and a free lunch of coffee and sandwiches was served. Bidding began at 11:00 a.m., and by the end of the day 350 lots had sold for a total of $110,000. Maj. Levi Chase, the lawyer who negotiated the purchase of the peninsula for Babcock and Story, bought the first oceanfront lot.

Veterans Day Holiday 2018

Veterans Day Holiday 2018:  The City of Coronado will observe the Veterans Day holiday on Monday, November 12, and reminds residents and businesses that certain City of Coronado departments and services will be open with varying hours of operation. A reminder that Public Services will not sweep streets Friday. EDCO will have regular service that week. Click here for the full holiday schedule.

Veterans Day Sked 

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