Coronado California Coastline Aerial
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California Coastal Records Project Download high resolution photos of the California Coastline from the Oregon to the Mexican border, free for personal use. This interface provides a quick interactive access to this project from North Island and the mouth of San Diego Bay to the Coronado Cays.
Entertainment Coronado has three excellent venues for entertainment.
For theatre goers there's the Lamb's Players Theatre in the middle of town on Orange Ave., and the Coronado Playhouse, an intimate, 100-seat cabaret-style theatre with a full service bar that overlooks beautiful Glorietta Bay.
The Village Theater, a state-of-the art movie theater that originally opened in 1947, was abrubtly shut-down in 2000, and recently re-opened complete renovated in June 2011.
Coronado Schools, Public, Private, Adult, Other The image to the left shows Coronado's three public schools, all within a stone's throw of one-another. Go to our schools link for high resolution photos of all three, as well as info about all the educational oppotunities in Coronado.
Coronado Concerts in The Park Every Sunday from Early June through
Early September there is a free concert at Spreckels park. If your stay here includes a weekend
this is a great place to spend Sunday afternoon.
Coronado Art Association Art in the Park On the first and third Sunday of each month, year round, from 9am to 4pm, there is an art show featuring more than fifty top artists. Combine this with the concert for a full afternoon of Coronado Fun.
From High School Football to Lawn Bowling, Coronado has a lot to offer the sport enthusiast. Here you'll find links to all sports releated sites on the Island.
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Hotel Del Coronado reflections
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