The Soap & Succulents business bloomed from a family’s shared love of creating beautiful things. Our soap is expertly crafted in small quantities, ensuring the integrity of the finest olive and essential oils, resulting in a soap bar that leaves your skin feeling fresh, soft and supple. Our succulent planters and paintings are artistic pieces designed to inspire the senses and bring beauty to any indoor or outdoor space. For more information contact Andrea Mueller Andreas.firstname.lastname@example.org.
This advisory committee to the Coronado City Council and city staff works to maintain, improve, renew and protect the urban forest in public rights of way, and shares information with the public to enhance appreciation of trees, promote proper tree care and “We always have an inventory binder that we bring to the Flower Show that lists every street tree by address,” said committee chair Shannon Player, “so residents can look up their address and learn exactly what species their street tree is. We also have tree health and tree care information including guidelines for pruning.” The committee also supplies information on the rules that govern public right of ways.
Created by the City Council in 2011, the Commission’s mission is to serve and partner with Coronado’s many local artists and cultural arts organizations, and to act as a catalyst in further developing a vibrant and cohesive arts community, strengthening arts education, enhancing cultural tourism and economic development.
The Coronado John D. Spreckels Center and Lawn Bowling Green opened to the general public as of Wednesday, 12 April 2017.
All of the Senior Association programs are fully under way.
The purpose of the Association is to further the social, educational, physical and psychological well-being of senior citizens, 50 years of age and older, and visitors in the same age bracket.
The Senior Association offers its members a variety of programs, trips, special events, activities and classes that are low-cost or free.