CJWC Window Walks ...

The Coronado Junior Woman’s Club (CJWC) wants to celebrate spring with Window Walks. For years the CJWC has run the Children’s Section at the Coronado Flower Show. Since it has been cancelled this year due to the COVID-19, Window Walks will give children an opportunity to participate and be creative and spread cheer. There is also a ribbon for windows for youth to color and put in their windows in lieu of the Coronado Homefront Judging.

The Coronado Junior Woman’s Club (CJWC) wants to celebrate spring with Window Walks. For years the CJWC has run the Children’s Section at the Coronado Flower Show. Since it has been cancelled this year due to the COVID-19, Window Walks will give children an opportunity to participate and be creative and spread cheer.

This is just for fun - spread cheer not germs.

CJWC has provided some ideas where kids can put something in their front windows, or use chalk to decorate their sidewalks. They can put their animal plates made of beans on the window, whatever takes their fancy. Then take a stroll around the block or ride your bikes and see how many homes have something in their windows to celebrate spring.

There is also a ribbon for windows for youth to color and put in their windows in lieu of the Coronado Homefront Judging.

For the rest of the month of April, starting April 8, look for Homefront Judging; April 11, look for Easter-related windows; favorite books, or school library day, on April 15; international monuments and sites for April 18; Earth Day images on April 22; and finish the month with World Penguin Day on April 25. Feel free to coordinate with your neighborhood block to personalize your own Window Walk. Templates can be found at www.coronadojuniorwomans.org.

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