Fall in Love with CHA will take place on Oct. 24. Photo courtesy of the Coronado Historical Association.

As the vibrant colors of summer give way to the warm hues of autumn, there’s no better time to celebrate and support the rich history of Coronado.

From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 24, the Coronado Historical Association (CHA) invites the public to come to the Coronado Cays Yacht Club for an afternoon of history, camaraderie and a luncheon.

At CHA’s Annual Fall Collections Benefit Luncheon, attendees will have the unique opportunity to gain insight into the vital work that CHA does preserving Coronado’s precious artifacts and archives, organizers said.

Mission to safeguard the past

With a mission to safeguard the past for future generations, CHA plays a pivotal role in documenting, conserving and sharing the rich history of our beloved island community.

The event is chaired by Jenna McIntosh and Brigadier General RG Head, two
individuals deeply committed to preserving Coronado’s history and ensuring its legacy for future generations.

At the luncheon, guests will learn how CHA stewards local history, ensuring that the stories of Coronado’s past continue to inspire and educate.

Over the course of the event, CHA will unveil some of the hidden collections treasures and share new acquisitions and preservation work.

Curating new treasures

CHA is not only dedicated to preserving history but also to actively collect and curate new treasures from the past.

At the event, attendees will see CHA’s historic collections up close and personal.

By attending, organizers say guests are supporting CHA’s crucial work in safeguarding Coronado’s heritage.

Tickets are $75 per person

Tickets are available at $75 per person, but there is a special offer that allows individuals to save some money and enjoy the luncheon with friends or colleagues.

Guests can gather a group of eight and purchase a table for $550.

To purchase a ticket, visit the Coronado Historical Association Store at 1100 Orange
Ave. or call 619-435-7242. Tickets also can be purchased at www.coronadohistory.org.

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