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May/June 2014 Calendar of Events


Lamb’s Players Theatre presents:
May 23–June 29 Twelfth Night
Lamb’s celebrates its 20th year in Coronado by setting the Bard’s comedy of love, longing, 
impersonation and mistaken identity in the Hotel Del in 
the 1930s.
Coronado Resident Stage Theatre, 1142 Orange Ave. (619) 437-6000 or 

Coronado Playhouse presents:
Now through May 18 Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure
Based on the original 1899 play by William Gillette and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, temptation proves too much for Sherlock Holmes when a seeming “last case” presents itself. Holmes and Watson jump in to pursue the case and end up marching into the lair of longtime adversary Professor Moriarty.

June 27–July 20 Romeo & Juliet
As part of its 18th annual free classic series, the Coronado Playhouse presents William Shakespeare’s timeless tale of star-crossed lovers.
Coronado Playhouse Theatre,
1835 Strand Way 
(619) 435-4856 or www.coronadoplayhouse.com

Coronado School of the Arts presents:
Thursday, May 8 Musical Theatre Repertory Company
An entertaining and thought-provoking evening of theatrical vignettes created, directed and acted by CoSA’s Musical Theatre & Drama students. Held in the Black Box Theatre.

Thursday, May 22 Musical Theatre Revue!
The entire Musical Theatre & Drama conservatory taps, sings and dances its way through an entertainment-packed evening of solo 
performances, chorus lines and group ensembles. Held in the CHS Main Stage Theatre.
Coronado High School, 
650 D Ave. (619) 522-4050 or www.cosasandiego.com

Community Events

Now through Jan. 31, 2015 History of U.S. Navy SEALs in Coronado Exhibit
The Coronado Museum of History & Art presents the real-life history of SEALs in Coronado through photographs, chronological displays of memorabilia and actual equipment used in both past and present special operations. This exhibit is part of a larger exhibition organized by the San Diego History Center in Balboa Park, which involves 10 different museums around the county focusing on the military’s influence on this region; visit all 10 sites with a souvenir “Tour-of-Duty Passport,” which can be stamped at each location.

Saturday, May 10 Coronado Hospital Foundation Gala
The Great Gatsby takes over the Hotel del Coronado for the foundation’s annual benefit black tie gala (Roaring ‘20s attire optional). Proceeds will fund the building of an outdoor garden space adjacent to the Sharp Coronado Hospital 
cafeteria. Tickets start at 
$250 per person
Contact Sandy Gross for tickets and more information: 
(619) 522-3766 or 

Sunday, May 11 Coronado Historical Homes Tour
Six examples of architecture will be featured, from the classic lines of an historic English Tudor style to a 1950s coastal cottage. One of the featured homes on the tour this year, a Coronado landmark built in 1915, is a 2014 GEM Award finalist for its remarkable renovation. Proceeds benefit the Coronado Historical Association. Tickets may be purchased at the Coronado Visitor Center at 1100 Orange Ave., online at 
www.coronadohistory.org, or by calling (619) 437-8788

Sunday, May 18 Bay Bridge Run/Walk
This unique 4-mile run/walk has a one of a kind spectacular panoramic view as participants make their way to Tidelands Park from downtown San Diego over the Coronado Bay Bridge. During the finish line celebration, runners receive a commemorative event shirt and complimentary transportation back to downtown. Proceeds benefit the Navy’s Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) programs. For more information and to register online: www.navylifesw.com/bridgerun or call (619) 556-7455

Thursday, May 22 Act of Valor screening and fundraiser
The Coronado Island Film Festival presents a special screening of the 2012 American action film, Act of Valor, at the Village Theatre with a 
pre-reception at Tent City/Museum of History 
and Art. Tickets, $50, can be purchased at Coronado Bliss salon, Coronado Visitor Center 
or www.coronadoislandfilmfest.com. (For details see story on page 24.)

Tuesday, May 20 & Tuesday, June 10 “Aging Gracefully” lectures
These free lectures are presented by Patrick Yassini, MD, and Anne Boston Parish, RN, of the not-for-profit Integrative Health Institute. “The aging process effects all of us in different ways,” says Dr. Yassini. “Genetics and lifestyle choices all have a role to play. But directing the show is our body’s hormone levels. As we grow older, changing levels of hormones lead to many uncomfortable symptoms we attribute to “normal” aging. These changes not only impact the quality of our lives but also promote chronic disease and long term prescription drug use. The good news is that, in many cases, simply restoring natural hormones to optimal levels will allow you to experience renewed energy, restore youthfulness, and live a longer, full-quality life, just as nature intended.”

May 20: 
Testosterone and other hormones 
for men
June 10: 
Improving your brain and memory naturally
6:30 p.m, Winn Room, Coronado Library, 
640 Orange Ave. (619) 522-4005

Thursday, June 5 Coronado High School graduation 
& reception
The CHS Class of 2014 will graduate on Niedermeyer Football Field at 7:30 p.m. Graduating seniors must arrive by 6 p.m. Reception to follow in the CHS Quad.
chs.coronadousd.net or (619) 522-8907

Thursday, June 26 Some Like It Hot screening and fundraiser
The Coronado Island Film Festival presents a 
special screening of the 1959 comedy classic Some Like It Hot. Pre-reception includes special guests and islander flashbacks of the movie’s filming in 1958 at Hotel del Coronado. Tickets can be purchased at Coronado Bliss salon or 
www.coronadoislandfilmfest.com. (For details, see story on page 24).

Sunday, June 29 Coronado Low Tide Ride & Stride
The 8.2-mile course goes north along the ocean beach front of the Silver Strand on the hard-packed sand during low tide. Runners will pass through Naval Amphibious Base beaches and in front of the picturesque Hotel del Coronado about one mile before the finish. Call 
(619) 435-8334 for information or register 
online at www.lowtiderideandstride.org

Every Sunday Yappy Hour at the Hotel del Coronado
In order to celebrate its new pet friendly status and services, the Hotel Del has introduced a weekly “Yappy Hour” for guests and locals with pets. Every Sunday from 4 to 5 p.m. pets are welcomed to the Del sundeck to enjoy some Evian and kibble while their owners sip on 
pet-inspired libations such as a Greyhound or a Salty Dog.

Movies with the Mayor
Thursday, May 15: Pretty Woman
Thursday, June 12: Top Gun
Admission is just $5 for the 8:30 p.m. showings at Coronado Village Theater, 820 Orange Ave., (619) 437-6161

At the Coronado Library

Friday, May 23 Flute & Piano Recital
Celebrating the CD release of Night Soliloquy with flutist Lori Bell and pianist Diane Snodgrass. Meet the artists and have the 
CD autographed. 7 p.m.; Winn Room

Friday, June 20 Don’t Tell Mom We’re Playing Jazz Again
Kick off the Library’s Summer Festival with the Ciavarelli Trio. 7 p.m.; Winn Room
Concerts are free and are sponsored by The Friends of the Coronado Public Library.
(619) 522-7390 or www.coronado.ca.us/library

Across the Bay

At the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center IMAX Theater:
Now through June Journey to the South Pacific
Set sail on a breathtaking IMAX® adventure to the lush tropical islands of remote West Papua, where life flourishes above and below the sea. Home to more than 2,000 species of sea life, this exotic locale features the most diverse marine ecosystem on Earth, including enormous whale sharks, sea turtles and manta rays. An uplifting story of hope and celebration, Journey to the South Pacific highlights the importance of living in balance with the ocean planet we all call home. Directed by two-time Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Greg MacGillivray and Stephen Judson.
www.rhfleet.org/shows or (619) 238-1233

San Diego Symphony highlights:
May 16–18 Rachmaninoff’s Third Piano Concerto
Pianist Kirill Gerstein performs Arensky’s Variations on a Theme by Tchaikovsky, Op. 35a, Stravinsky’s Symphony in Three Movements and Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30.

Friday, June 27 Elvis: A Tribute to the King
Kick off Summer Pops with the Tux ‘n Tennies Gala Concert that celebrates Elvis’ greatest hits like you’ve never heard them before: with a full symphony. Embarcadero Marina Park South, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, June 28 & Sunday, June 29 Classical Mystery Tour
Relive all The Beatles classics from their early Liverpool days to the Sgt. Pepper era to the end of The Long and Winding Road. Embarcadero Marina Park South, 7:30 p.m.
(619) 236-5403 or www.sandiegosymphony.org

La Jolla Playhouse presents:
May 13–June 15 Chasing the Song
The creators of the Tony Award-winning musical Memphis follow the evolving American music scene into the early 1960s in this rock ‘n’ roll-inspired new musical. Elegant Edie’s team of hit-makers is upended by the arrival of the newest aspiring songwriter -— Edie’s daughter Ginny. As Ginny strives to earn her place in the male-dominated world of songwriting, American rock ‘n’ roll finds itself under siege from the incoming British Invasion.
(858) 550-1010 or www.lajollaplayhouse.org

The Old Globe highlights:
May 28–June 29 Dog and Pony
Mags and Andy are a screenwriting team with a track record of hits and a dynamic professional relationship. But when Andy’s marriage hits the rocks, forever single Mags finds she wants something more. A witty and irreverent look at what women want and whether men fit the bill…or don’t.

June 22–July 27 Othello
Old Globe artistic director Barry Edelstein makes his debut on the Globe’s outdoor stage with one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies. Despite the prejudices in Venice, the brilliant general Othello excels both on the battlefield and in the halls of state. But when he marries Desdemona, his envious lieutenant Iago sets in motion a diabolical plan to destroy him.
(619) 234-5623 or www.theoldglobe.org

Coronado Ferry Landing Concerts
All concerts are free and take place from 
2 to 5 p.m.
5/11 Nadro John
5/18 Blue Frog Band
5/24 Swamp Critters
5/25 Teagan Taylor Trio
5/26 Cool Fever
5/31 Dixie Jazz Katz
6/01 Blue Frog Band
6/07 Breez’n
6/08 Blue Frog Band
6/14 Nadro John
6/15 Cool Fever
6/21 Velvet Café
6/22 Dixie Jazz Katz
6/28 Blue Frog Band
6/29 Nadro John
Sunday Concerts in the Park
Pack a picnic and get ready to kick off your heels – it’s time for Coronado Summer Concerts in the Park! All concerts take place in Spreckels Park at 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
May 25 
Coronado Concert Band sponsored by the City of Coronado
June 1 
The Destroyers — Navy Band Southwest sponsored by The Brigantine & Miguel’s Cocina
June 8 
Cool Fever sponsored by SoCal Business Partners and Falletta Construction, Inc.
June 15 Desperado sponsored by Willis Allen Real Estate
June 22 Lonesome Georges sponsored by Coronado Private Bank
June 29 Betamaxx sponsored by California American Water Company
July 4 
Coronado Concert Band sponsored by Miss Match Apparel Company (4:00 p.m.)
July 6 
Crown Town Music featuring Matt Heineke sponsored by Bill Subang, Diane Jolley, Linda & Rick Hascup, and Kory Kavanewsky/CMG Financial
July 13 ABBAFab sponosored by Coronado Real Estate Association (CREA)
July 20 PopVinyl sponsored by The Auen Foundation
July 27 Mighty Untouchables sponsored by Kennedy Publishing
Aug. 3 Iliana Rose Cuban Band sponsored by The Newman Foundation
Aug. 10 Rockola sponsored by Edye Denney and Dick Zoellner
Aug. 17 Navy Show Band Southwest sponsored by Rotary Club of Coronado
Aug. 24 
Todo Mundo & Mariachi Estrellas de Chula Vista sponsored by Coronado Women’s & Coronado Junior Woman’s Clubs (5:00 p.m.)
Aug. 31 Velvet Café sponsored by Optimist Club of Coronado (5:00 p.m.)
Sep. 7 
Ron’s Garage sponsored by Coronado Schools Foundation and Park Life Realty (5:00 p.m.)

May 18 Bay Bridge Run/Walk
May 18 Bay Bridge Run/Walk
Every Sunday Yappy Hour at Hotel del Coronado
Every Sunday Yappy Hour at Hotel del Coronado
Now through June Journey to the South Pacific at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center IMAX Theater
Now through June Journey to the South Pacific at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center IMAX Theater

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