In response to best advice from local and state health experts, our Blue Wave Brunch, scheduled for March 14th, was postponed to a date to be determined. The health and safety of our club members and our community is, and will remain, our number one concern.
To those holding tickets: Thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors and our 126 ticket holders. Thank you for your support. Your tickets remain valid and you will be advised of the new date when it is determined.
To those who missed a chance to buy a ticket or a sponsorship, or had a schedule conflict, you will have a new opportunity to participate in what promises to be an outstanding event for our club.
Your Blue Wave Brunch Committee remains committed to providing the BEST BRUNCH EVER. For details, watch for the Coronado Democratic Club newsletter.
Do you want to learn more about the Coronado Democratic Club, share your perceptions of its strengths and weaknesses, and discuss critical issues likely to affect its future? If so, you are invited to participate in a Strategic Planning Session to help identify and advance our club’s vision, mission and goals.
This session will be held on Tuesday, April 7 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Coronado Historical Association’s Lecture Hall. Food will be available for purchase. Due to seating constraints, we need to limit the number of participants to 15. So if you are interested in helping to plan for the future of our club, please e-mail Judy Bambace at email@example.com to reserve your place at the table.
Our beloved Walk Against Hate is postponed until the fall (as soon as we have that date, we will share it with the community).
Do your part to fight hate in our community by joining the Coronado Democratic Club’s team in the Anti-Defamation League’s Walk against Hate. The 5K walk takes place on Sunday, April 26 at Liberty Station at 9:45. A diversity expo opens at 8:30.
The ADL is a national organization that advocates for legislation to promote inclusiveness and runs education programs for schools and law enforcement. You can find out more at ADL.org
Scroll down, click on register, select join a team and look for the Coronado Democratic Club. This website also includes complete information about the walk, including where to park and how to get there.
The early registration cost is $15 for adults and $10 for children 18 and younger. Children ages 3 and under are free. All paying participants will receive a tee shirt. The price goes up at the end of February, so you are encouraged to sign up soon.
Since this is a non-partisan event, no political signs are permitted. We will, however, have a sign identifying our club. No dogs except service dogs are allowed.
We need to continue registering new Citizens to vote now more than ever. One Wednesday each month new citizens are sworn in at a naturalization ceremony held downtown at Golden Hall. Following the naturalization ceremony volunteers register these new citizens to vote.
When: Wednesday March 25th – CANCELLED Wednesday April 22nd from 10:15 AM to 12:30 PM Where: 3rd Ave. and B Street, in the Civic Theater Plaza, adjacent to Golden Hall.
A tutorial on the form and procedure will take place at 10:00 am for new volunteers. No need to pre-register. Wear comfortable shoes, a light sweater or jacket, a light blue t-shirt to show our Dem Blue, and your enthusiasm.
Macy’s had been offering validation for three hours free parking in their Horton Plaza store, no purchase necessary. The validation machine was in the Men’s Shoe Department. They are closing that store very soon so please call ahead to see if they are still open. Your parking ticket can be validated before or after the voter registration.