Three on Thursday – January 6, 2017

January 5, 2017

Three on Thursday – January 6, 2017

Coronado Arts Commission presents:

Three on Thursday - June 9

Get ready to engage in the arts in 2017!  
 
There's still time to enroll in Coronado Adult Education courses in the arts with highly qualified instructors. Coronado's own, George Galdorisi teaches "Get Published Now."
 
The combined efforts of San Diego's KPBS and Coronado's Historical Association bring you the documentary, "Re'Flect."  Advancements in medicine, myth busting about aging will follow during the panel discussion. KPBS Executive Producer, Theresa Hoiles, and other current thought leaders will speak as a panel at this Wine & Lecture. 
 
Coronado Film Festival will honor Martin Luther King, Jr. at their,  "2nd Annual MLK Tribute." FREE, with prior online registration, this event is open to the public. 
 
Visit www.CoronadoArts.com for more information.

“ReFlect”

Friday, January 6, 2017 Coronado Historical Association 1100 Orange Ave
Join the Coronado Historical Association and KPBS San Diego for an inside look at "Reflect," a documentary series with Coronado resident Richard Williams one of the six healthy, active seniors "Re' Flecting" on their continued strength and stamina. Stay for the panel discussion following the viewing. KPBS Executive Producer, Theresa Hoiles, and other current thought leaders will speak as a panel at this Wine & Lecture.

Coronado Film Festival MLK Holiday Tribute

January 16, 2017 3 p.m. Tribute Reception Glorietta Bay Inn 1630 Glorietta Blvd 5 p.m. Selma screening Village Theater 820 Orange Ave
FREE** TICKETS @ www.coronadoislandfilmfest.com All tickets are free, but the number of tickets is limited, and will be issued on a first-come, first served basis (limit: two per person). Tickets will be available starting on Wednesday, January 4. The Coronado Island Film Festival is hosting its second annual MLK Day celebration. This free Coronado Celebration will include a complimentary screening of the multiple-award winning film, "Selma," at 5 p.m. at the Village Theatre. Ticket holders are invited to a pre-screening reception at 3 p.m. at the Glorietta Bay Inn (1630 Glorietta Blvd.) hosted by the Inn's General Manager, Claudia Ludlow. Newly-elected Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey will offer welcoming remarks. Returning for an encore performance will be singer Angela Petty, whose powerful voice dazzled the standing-room-only crowd at last year's MLK Jr. reception. Champagne and hors d'oeuvres will be served.

Coronado Adult Education

Registration by phone: 619-522-6201 or online: adulted.coronadousd.net Coronado High School 650 D Avenue (and Palm Academy)
Coronado Adult Education - Registration starts December 14, 2016 with the semester beginning January 3, 2017. Class start dates vary. An exciting offering of courses for Spring 2017. Tuition-free courses offered in Digital Photography, Graphic Design, Ceramics, Jewelry Design and Fabrication, and Culinary Arts. Visit their website to review all courses available and to sign up online. The mission of the Coronado Adult Education program is to provide as many educational opportunities and new experiences for the community of Coronado and its surrounding neighbors. CAE is committed to developing and offering programs of interest -- all while adhering to the highest standards of quality.

For more detailed information about arts and culture events, go to CoronadoArts.com for the latest news!

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