Coronado Thanksgiving 2019 Activities

Halloween has come and gone, and now the focus is on the holiday season. If you’re looking to escape the cold weather and enjoy Coronado’s endless sunshine, or if you’re simply enjoying a restful vacation, celebrate Thanksgiving in Coronado! Coronado Thanksgiving 2019 is going to be a festive one, and the are plenty of nearby events to keep you busy–and full!

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Celebrate Halloween in Coronado with the Ghostbusters

This Halloween season, the Coronado Island Film Festival presents Ghostbusters! Celebrate Halloween in Coronado and see this movie at the local vintage theater! Go by yourself, with a friend, with a date, or bring the whole family along–with Ghostbusters back in theaters, everyone will enjoy the night. As always, the movie promises entertainment and laughs as you follow the characters through this zany adventure.

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The Winter’s Tale Coronado is Perfect End of Summer Entertainment

The Coronado Playhouse’s newest play is now open! Celebrate the end of summer and beginning of fall by going to see Shakespeare’s classic work, The Winter’s Tale. This is your first chance to see The Winter’s Tale Coronado, as the playhouse has never performed it before.

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Taste Your Way Through San Diego Restaurant Week 2019

San Diego Restaurant Week 2019 is so close we can almost taste it! This 8-day festival celebrates all the incredible foods you’ll find around San Diego. This year, over 180 restaurants are participating, which means plenty of incredible dining options are available. With so many delicious menu items, you’ll find the perfect restaurant for every food mood!

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Wine and Lecture Coronado will discuss the USS Midway and its history

Wine and Lecture Coronado: The Midway Then & Now

Wine and Lecture Coronado is a great way to learn more about Coronado’s history in a fun environment. These lectures discuss different events and topics that all have one thing in common: Coronado! During the Wine and Lecture series, you’ll expand your knowledge of this wonderful island while enjoying wine and snacks.

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Experience Wonder at the 2019 U.S. Sand Sculpting Challenge

What are your Labor Day plans? If you’re going to be in Coronado, you’ll want to see the 2019 U.S. Sand Sculpting Challenge! This competition was named by CNN Travel as the Best U.S. Labor Day Event in 2018, and by USA Today and American Express as a “Top 20 Must See” seaside festival. Clearly, this is a great festival to visit during your Labor Day trip!

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Coronado Summer Fireworks Kayak Tours: Special Fireworks Viewing

Coronado Island is surrounded by fun water-based activities. So choosing how to experience the water can be difficult. You could go to the beach, visit the San Diego bay, go surfing, go kayaking, and more! But for a few select nights this summer, you’ll want to prioritize kayaking! This summer, you can take a Coronado summer fireworks kayak tour and see the spectacular fireworks from the water.

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Post Convention Blues: Adjusting after SDCC

You waited for this weekend all year: San Diego Comic Con. One of the biggest conventions in the world, and now it’s almost over. You’ve enjoyed the panels, the guests, being around people who get you, and of course all of the cool merch. In all fairness, you might have enjoyed the merch a little too much. But with SDCC coming to an end, you can feel the post convention blues setting in. So when you’re back at work dreaming of celebrity guests and cosplay, here are some tips to make the post convention blues a little easier to manage.

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