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A Taste of Coronado

Date/Time

Oct 12, 2011
05:30 PM until 09:00 PM

Description

The Coronado Junior Woman’s Club is hosting “A Taste of Coronado” fundraiser on Wednesday, October 12, 2011. Nearly two dozen restaurants, retailers, and hotels will offer food and beverage samples to participants from 5:30-9:00 p.m. Trolley cars will be available to transport attendees between participating businesses. Tickets are available at $35.00 each in advance and can be purchased at www.atasteofcoronado.com beginning September 12, 2011. (Tickets are $45.00 on the day of the event.) Participants should check-in at Rotary Park at Orange and Isabella Avenues on the day of the event. This event benefits San Diego Family Justice Center and Coronado SAFE (Student and Family Enrichment).

Cost

$35.00/$45.00

Location

View map Rotary Park
Orange and Isabella Avenues
Coronado, CA

Additional Information

Sponsor

Coronado Junior Woman's Club

Phone

619-888-8783

Contact name

Cindy McNary

Contact email

nadomom@earthlink.net

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