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Monday Essentials: 5 Things to Know in Coronado This Week

Here are five things and events every Coronado resident and visitor needs to know this week.

Monday Essentials: 5 Things to Know in Coronado This Week
2014 City Business
City Council meets at 4 p.m., Tuesday at City Hall. The meeting is the first of the New Year. Agenda items include reviewing regulations regarding fires on the beach, and consideration to purchase and install banners along Orange Avenue to celebrate the commissioning of the USS Coronado. 

Games and Grub
There are free games and grub for your teen this week at the Coronado Library. At 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, the library will host an event for 6th through 12th grade students. Teens can play xBox, Wii, board games and ping pong and enjoy snacks! The library is located at 640 Orange Ave.

Wine & Lecture
The next Coronado Historical Association’s “Wine & Lecture” series will be “San Diego Yesterday”  with historial Richard Crawford at 5:30 p.m. Friday. Crawford, who has written on local history for the San Diego Union-Tribune and the Journal of San Diego History, in several books and now his own blog, "will recall significant events and one-of-a-kind characters that laid the foundation for the San Diego we know today." The lecture is free; wine is $5 per glass. It will be held in CHA's Lecture Hall, adjacent to the Museum of History & Art at 1100 Orange Ave.

New Year, New You
Need help making and keeping your new year’s resolutions for 2014? Here’s a link to a government website that lists  popular resolutions and the government agencies that can help. Not surprisingly losing weight is first on the list, and the National Institutes of Health have a  plan for you.

Human Trafficking Awareness
Saturday is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. An estimated 20 million men, women and children around the world are victims of human trafficking. You can take a free awareness-training course online.

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