Changes Coming to Corona del Mar’s Kerckhoff Lab

Located next door to the Channel Reef community in Corona del Mar, is the historic Kerckhoff Lab in China Cove. Upgrades are needed, but then it looks like the facility will be available to researchers from the University of California at Irvine. Read Corona del Mar Today’s article, “Upgrades Planned for Historic Kerckhoff Lab“: The …

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“Orange County Chronicles” lecture at Sherman Library

Sherman Library & Gardens will be hosting a evening lecture this Wednesday at 7pm on Orange County’s local history. Local historian Phil Brigandi will be discussing his new book “Orange County Chronicles” – which “contains ten informative essays that cover a wide span of local history, from the Portola expedition of 1769 to the post-WWII …

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Corona del Mar B.I.D. considers adding designs to intersections

Corona del Mar may be known as by its decorated intersections and sidewalks, according to Corona del Mar Today’s recent article. The CdM Business Improvement District board (B.I.D.) are considering making plans to improve the Marguerite/PCH intersection, among others in the village.  Dan Herman of Rabben/Herman Design presented several potential designs to the B.I.D. members, …

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Contestants Needed for CdM Sandcastle Contest

Per Corona del Mar Today, contestants are needed for the Corona del Mar sandcastle contest that takes place every year: “The 52nd annual Corona del Mar Sandcastle Contest will take place Sunday Oct. 6, and this year’s theme is Haunted Castles, according to an event flier. Entry fees cost $30 for families and civic organizations, …

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