Last week Carnival took over the streets of Panama. While most try to avoid this Panamanian holiday, Coronado resident Steve Most and friends went right to the action!
Coronado Community News
Coronado resident, Jo Anne Cushman Burrill has published a new children’s book “Granny Mouse Ears.” April 3, 2019 she will be speaking at the Writer’s Group Monthly Meeting at Picasso.
While the Pacific Coast of Panama has been flat for over a month, the Caribbean has been on fire. With Surfline featuring this clip if Bocas it’s no wonder Panama’s been all the rage in surfing.
Are you ready for Carnival 2019 in Panama? While this year the party officially begins on Saturday March 2rd, you can count on Friday Mar 1 being busy in the Pacific Beach areas.
The Coronado Area Social Association (CASA) is seeking residents of Coronado and Gorgona who would be interested in having a SEMM ambulance service at the beach.
February 2019 the preliminary bill 281 was drafted to regulate the possession of 14 breeds of "potentially dangerous" dogs in Panama.
Jellyfish have arrived on the Pacific coast of Panama. Read about Panama’s Jellyfish season and tips for treating stings here ( FIY urine is no longer the go-to for jellyfish stings).
When looking accommodations in Coronado, Panama, the first thing you will need to think about is if a condo or and house is the right choice for you.
Thanks to Dr. Sanjay Gupta on the CNN cable series, “Weed” and “The Sacred Plant” docuseries, most people understand the terms cannabis, marijuana, THC and CBD.
The body of a 70-year-old man, who’s identity is not yet known, was recovered by Sinaproc January 22nd at Playa Serena in Coronado.
February 9th will bring the next Spay the Stray Clinic to the beach area. The clinic, that offers sterilization for dogs and cats at a reduced cost will take place in San Jose, San Carlos.
February 2nd 2019 The Rotary Club of Playa Coronado invites you to the first “Fun Rally / Car-Show” at The Village Mall in Coronado!
The EL Litoral will come back with a Kid’s Class for children 2 years old to 4 years old. The class will be held every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. starting on the 23rd of January 2019.
Each year the New York Times releases an article with 52 destinations to escape to. This year, a few resorts on Panama’s Pacific Coast made us #4.
January 9th is a national holiday in Panama. It is a day called "Martyrs Day," meant to pay tribute to a group of Panamanians, made up of students and civilians, who lost their lives in 1964.
The Meteorology service of the Electricity Transmission Company has issued a warning for strong winds affecting Panama West and Cocle, specifically the districts of Chame, San Carlos and Capira.
Los Cajones de Chame is a canyon formed by the rushing waters of the Chame River. You will find this natural wonder located in the town of El Jobo.
Sunday, February 10th is the third annual “Giving + Love Brings Hope” Dinner and Auction being held at Ensenada Las Bovedas Restaurant (5-8pm) supporting the JLM House of Hope.
What is your New Year’s resolution? Does it involve taking care of your soul, body and mind? If so, you might want to try one of the classes at El Litoral.
Bringing in the New Year in Panama? Then eat, drink and join the fiesta...because Panamanians love a good party! The start to a traditional Panamanian celebration in certainly in the kitchen.
If you are planning to be at the beach this holiday season, you’re in luck! There is no shortage of events happening in Coronado Panama over the 2018 holiday season.