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Thursday, September 30, 2010
Date: Saturday, October 9 – 1-5 pm
Time: 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Donation: $15 per person; $25 couples.
Includes ALL you can eat, 1 Margarita, 1 drawing ticket.
Place: Glen Larson’s home in Punta Bandera
(Exit from TJ toll road; look for signs).
Info contact Carol Hanna at MX 661-612-4903; US 602-449-8257 e-mail: email@example.com.
We accept all major credit cards or you can pay with credit card or check via PayPal to GSLFoundation@yahoo.com. OR pay online at www.givesomelife.org. Payment accepted at the door as well. 100% of proceeds go towards spay/neuter program.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
It will be a great party including a Haunted House, kids games,classic creepy movies,and a Best Costume Contest for Kids and Adults.
Escuela Pacifica family kitchens will be providing both kids and adult meals.
La Esquina will handle your beverage needs.
Doors open at 5:30. At 8:00 Hot Parrot will play reggae, ska, and latino rock. If you saw them play at Buena Vida before you know how good they are. If you haven't, this is the time to check out one of the hottest bands in La Paz, a six piece get you movin' dance band!
More info contact Steve Merrill firstname.lastname@example.org, www.escuelapacifica.org
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Rosarito Beach is a popular resort spot just 30 miles south of San Diego, where there are great activities for all ages, all interests and all budgets. Throw in some of the hottest deals and lowest prices in years, and you won’t find a cooler place anywhere than this popular Baja resort.
Below is just a sampling of why you should visit in October. Please note, this highlight calendar is compiled at least two weeks previous to the first of the month, to allow you plenty of time for planning. Always check http://www.rosarito.org/ for any additions, changes, updates and a complete event listing prior to your visit.
Rosarito Mariachi Festival, October 2: Bring the whole family along and enjoy the Saturday evening Espectacular featuring the Grammy Award-winning Mariachi Divas and Friends; Team Mexico vs. Team USA competing during each day (in both mariachi and folkloric dancing) for bragging rights and big cash prizes. This event takes place at the Rosarito Beach Hotel, so come and enjoy a beautiful ocean-front venue. Not only will it be a spectacular show, it also benefits the Rosarito Boys & Girls Club, so you can hear great mariachi music, have fun and help kids have a better life all at the same time. For information and prices www.rosarito.org
Baja Book Festival, October 9: Not just for the bookworm; come together at Joanna Jones Galeria y Café in Cantamar for a one-day cultural and lifestyle event showcasing authors and publishers of both English and Spanish language books and publications. The event will also include a celebration of the Baja regions food, wine and arts. For more information, visit: http://www.bajabookfestival.com/
Salsa Congress with Machito Ruiz, October 16: Get ready to show off your dance moves at the Rosarito Beach Hotel with dance sessions being held from 1pm – 6pm. Following is the Dance and Party going all night from 9pm – 2am. Dance the night away to Caribbean music, salsa, bachata, cumbia and more. Entrance fee is $10 USD with food and drinks at an additional price. For more information, visit: http://www.rosaritobeachhotel.com/U.S.A. call: 1.866.ROSARITO; for Mexico call: +01 (800) 265.2322.
Festival de la Vendimia, October 16: We hope you’re thirsty and hungry for wine and cheese because the Rosarito Beach Hotel is hosting an event for the best wines and cheese of Valle de Guadalupe. Activities such as grape stomping and more will be featured at the festival. Entrance fee is TBD. For more information, visit: http://www.rosaritobeachhotel.com/ U.S.A. call: 1.866.ROSARITO; for Mexico call: +01 (800) 265.2322.
XVII Puerto Nuevo Lobster Festival, October 17: It’s fresh lobster season and Puerto Nuevo is serving up these tasty crustaceans their own special way. Come enjoy this delicious dish accompanied by an ice cold beer or a glass of white wine from the Baja Vineyards. Along with all the food and drink will be live music and the wonderful culture of Mexico. Do your part in helping consume the one million tasty crustaceans eaten each year in this lobster lovers paradise. For more information, visit: http://www.rosarito.org/ e-mail: email@example.com: 1 (800) 962.2252.
Rosarito Art Fest, October 16 - 17: Grab the family and friends and join us for a celebration of all that can be found in Rosarito from art to gastronomy to hospitality. At the Art Fair, 60 artists will feature their work and we invite you to browse and purchase art and enjoy excellent cuisine! Admission is free and goes from 11am – 6pm. For more information, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alex de Pue & Miguel de Hoyos Concert, October 23: Come sit poolside at the beautiful new tower of the Rosarito Beach Hotel and enjoy music from Baja’s favorite artists. For only $120 MN or $10 USD with optional dinner from $75 MN you can rock the night away from 7pm – 10pm. For more information, visit: http://www.rosaritobeachhotel.com/
USA call: 1 (866) ROSARITO; MEX call: 01 (800) 265.2322.
Halloween Dance, October 30: Start planning your costume now and get ready for a great party! Join the Rosarito Beach Hotel for a night of games, activities, prizes and dancing, all while benefiting Flying Samaritans. Admission TBD, from 7pm – 2am. For more information, visit: http://www.rosaritobeachhotel.com/USA call: 1 (866) ROSARITO
MEX call: 01 (800) 265.2322.
Monday, September 27, 2010
Food Bank Building - San Felipe Shoebox Project 2010
In 2007, we handed out 500 shoeboxes to needy children in the Los Arcos area of San Felipe. In 2008, we collected over 700 boxes and donated boxes to the children in Las Minitas area as well as many in San Felipe. This year we hope to increase the number of boxes collected as the need is greater than ever before.
Some suggestions for gifts to be put in the boxes…
SCHOOL SUPPLIES: pens, pencils and sharpener, crayons or markers, stamps and ink pad sets, writing pads or paper, solar calculators, coloring and picture books, etc.
HYGIENE ITEMS: toothbrush, toothpaste, mild bar soap (in a plastic bag), comb, washcloth, small shampoo (in a plastic bag) or anything else you can think that would help.
OTHER: T-shirts, socks, ball caps; sunglasses, hair clips, toy jewelry, watches, shake or wind up flashlights.
Please mark on your package, the sex of the child and age (infant, 2 to 4, 5 to 9, 9 to 11, teen). Please wrap the top and bottom of the box but do not tape it shut (may need access for customs). Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or ideas for this worthwhile project. My email address is : email@example.com. Packages may be dropped off at the Food Bank building on the way to San Felipe. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
Organized by Debbi Moore ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
On Saturday, October 16th we will holdur first no to low cost clinic, and we need some financial help to buy paint, building materials, lighting, recovery supplies, and so much more.
The Organizers of the XVIII Edition of the Shrimp Festival are committed to bring you the Best Event of it’s kind in San Felipe’s recent history.
Sunday, September 26, 2010
ROSARITO BEACH - Four-thousand Cyclists Joined In Saturday's Rosarito-Ensenada 50-Mile Fun Bike Ride
ROSARITO BEACH - Rosarito Festival Features Grammy-Winning Mariachi Divas & Benefits Boys & Girls Club
Saturday, September 25, 2010
There were many more submissions, but unfortunately, we could not include them all, not because they were not beautiful, because all of the submissions have been amazing. The images that were not included in the contest were because of their orientation relative the the book cover, content suitability or resolution.
VOTING IS A TWO STEP PROCESS:
Here is how it works.
STEP ONE - First review all the images, there are a total of 63. To review all the images click this link: http://www.bajagoodlife.com/photo/albums/baja-cover-contest
STEP TWO - Once you have selected your favorite, simply click the "Cover Contest Poll" link at the top of the page in the blue navigation area and vote for your selection. That's it!
NOTE: Please remember there is ONLY ONE VOTE PER PERSON.
So, be sure to review the images carefully, and tell your friends to vote. Voting ENDS October 24, 2010. Top three choices will share in over $500 in cash and prizes and appear on the cover of the Baja Good Life Monthly Guide in January 2011 and on the cover of the 2011 Baja Good Life Guidebook.
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Friday, September 24, 2010
Since 1980, the United Nations World Tourism Organization has celebrated World Tourism Day on September 27. This date was chosen as on that day in 1970, the Statutes of the UNWTO were adopted. The adoption of these Statutes is considered a milestone in global tourism. The purpose of this day is to raise awareness on the role of tourism within the international community and to demonstrate how it affects social, cultural, political and economic values worldwide.
- Rosarito Beach - Stay at Bobby's Baja by the Sea & have a coffee at Joanna Jones Galeria y Cafe. Stop in to Baja's Click-on.com to email family and let them know how much fun you are having.
- Ensenada - Have a round of Golf at Baja Country Club and finish your day at Restaurant La Bufadora.
- San Felipe - Stay with San Felipe Resort Rentals pick up grocery items at Pelicano Market for a morning Breakfast. Stop in for a yummy pizza at Rabbit Pizza then finish your day with a beauty treatment at Lillyan's Beauty Spot .
- Vincente Guerrero - On your way south you must stop and stay with the Martinez Family at Posada Don Diego R.V. Park-Motel-Restaurant-Bar; have dinner rest you head.
- Mulege - Lots of sites to see check in at Cuesta Real Hotel/RV & Camping and have Ecomundo de Eduardo / Ed's World set up an adventure for you.
- Loreto - Stay at El Tiburon Casitas and see Mission Loreto. Take a stroll to visit with Jeannine at El Caballo Blanco Bookstore for conversation a good read. Complete you day with a dealishouse meal at Loreto Islas Restaurant.
- La Paz - Plan an adventure with Seascape Charters, choose from sailing, powerboat/sports fishing, or land vacation.
- Cabo San Lucas - Hotel Mar de Cortez is the place where you can party like a rock star or relax like one. Only a few block from the marina and all the fun.
Thursday, September 23, 2010
If anyone would be interested in working together to put a meal together for the children once a month please let me know. I would be happy to organize such an event.
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Proceeds will go to the Cruz Roja (Red Cross), the San Felipe BC Lions Club is sponsoring the event.
When: Saturday, October 16Time: 7pm - 10pm
(doors will open at 6 p.m.)
Where: Jolly Mon San Felipe BC Mexico
Tickets: $10 each (tickets may be purchased in advance at the Swap Meet at Cachanilla or at the door. It is possible the will be available elsewhere and we will let you know.
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED TO MONITOR THE DOORS.
Please contact us as soon as possible.
Many whales enjoy the warm waters of Los Cabos, Bahia Magalena, & San Ignancio; you can see the Gray Whale, Blue Whale, Sperm Whale, Humpback and Fin Whale. Some of the whale activity viewable from shore includes breaching (jumping into the air), sounding (showing the tail fin as they dive) and spyhopping (where the whale lifts its head to the surface and looks around). ATTENTION: Baja Good Life Club Members Check back for Whale Tour Packages.
Friday evening's opening ceremonies will be held in the rooftop Salon Cielo and will welcome all the attendees from both countries with traditional Mexican hospitality. The two-day festivities to follow will be centered around a Saturday evening concert headlined by the Grammy Award-winning Mariachi Divas in their initial south-of-the-border performance. Maya, Timoteo – El Charro Negro, Olga Flores, Folklorico Ixtlazihuatl, Genesis, and Beto Jimenez Maeda will also be performing. Saturday and Sunday's daytime activities will feature an adjudicated competition between the best young musicians and dancers from the USA and Mexico.
All the net proceeds from the Festival will contribute to the $1 million needed to construct The Boys and Girls
Club of Rosarito. Upon completion, the Club will provide a myriad of recreational and educational activities for the area's children. The organization's primary purpose is to give the local youth positive reinforcement while keeping them off of the streets and out of trouble.
The entire community of Rosarito is working in conjunction with The Boy' and Girls Club's President, Rosy
Torres, and local author Gil Sperry to make this event successful. Sperry’s first book, Mariachi for Gringos, is the inspiration for using this beloved music to create the foundations for a strong bridge between the cultures while securing the futures of their at-risk youngsters.
Individual event tickets start from $10 while an advance all-event package, if purchased before September 1st, is $40. The Mariachi Divas and Friends concert begins at 7:00 PM on Saturday, October 2nd. The daily competitions will begin at 10:00 AM.
For more information regarding tickets for this event, please contact Rosy Torres at: email@example.com. For more information about reserving rooms at The Rosarito Beach Hotel, please contact Gina at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To phone The Rosarito Beach Hotel Toll Free from the United States, please call: 1-800-343-8582. For Mexico, please call: 011-52 (661) 612-1111.
35TH ANNIVERSARY. PLEASE JOIN US TO CELEBRATE. We have been here for 35 years to serve you, and we would like you to celebrate with us! Plenty of food, entertainment, raffle, silent auction, door prizes and much more!
October 2, 2010 from 6pm to 11pm at the Chula Vista Golf Course
4475 Bonita Road, Bonita, Chula Vista, CA 91902
Reserve you ticket: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e2zb6dbubf9b16b9
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Artist's Get Ready for the 2nd Annual La Paz Festival D'arte 2010
With even more help from the State of Baja Sur, City of La Paz, this year promises improvements over last year's enormously successful Festival. Maureen Ryan, Chairperson, has anticipated the holidays, the market, and the opportunity to Celebrate all forms of art in La Paz.
Location: Marina Palmira. Booth locations changed for a more contiguous setting. The audience seating & stage for the musical performances will be situated in shade and closer to the booth area than last year. As suggested by many of last years attendees, a food fair is added featuring some of our local La Paz restaurants.
All proceeds benefit FANLAP and Baja Dogs. Well known artist, Rafael Chavez states "everything about the Festival D'Arte benefits La Paz, and our hope this year is that the entire community will be involved in every aspect of the event".
If you can lend a hand, please call Kathy Bezy at (612)121-5886.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Just a quick status update to let you know that as of October 1st, the ZAPP Spay/Neuter Street Project will be opening its new location here in San Felipe. On Saturday, October 16th we will hold our first no to low cost clinic, and we need some financial help to buy paint, building materials, lighting, recovery supplies, and so much more.
Bill Spradlin of San Felipe Home Builders is creating a substantial sized, well lit, well equipped surgery room for Dr. Solis and his assistants from the University, and we'll have a very efficient recovery area for post surgical patients where volunteers will oversee dogs and cats as they come out of surgery.
As you know, back in December of 2009 all the supplies ZAPP had accumulated for our then existing spay/neuter project were given directly to the ZAPP Center which is now permanently closed, and we are unable to get any of our supplies back so we can continue this work. If you can make a donation of any size to help in the overall cost of opening our new center, we would be very grateful.
We plan to hold at least two clinics every month, fixing 100+ animals so we can get back on track with fertility control in San Felipe, with an overall goal of doing 200 spays and neuters each and every month.If we can just fix 75% of the stray and indigent animal population, we will ultimately see zero additional population growth and we will see the the end of roundups and euthanasia. Thanks so much in advance for your continued support and generosity, and most of all for your belief in me, and the work ZAPP is committed to doing.
Please donate whatever you can afford through this link:
2010 Entijuanarte creative frontier reaches its sixth edition with the most comprehensive multidisciplinary art program the Northwest, offering a broad overview of the visual arts, visual, sound, performative and performing arts on October 1st thru 3rd 2010 at the Esplanade outside the CECUT Cultural Center in Tijuana from 12:00PM to 10:30PM.
From this conceptual Entijuanarte 2010 bet pays tribute to the state of Zacatecas, designating it as a State Guest. Led by the painter and sculptor Manuel Felguérez who will be our Guest of Honor.2010 Entijuanarte creative frontier reaches its sixth edition with the most comprehensive multidisciplinary art program the Northwest, offering a broad overview of the visual arts, visual, sound, performative and performing arts.
2010 Entijuanarte creative border maintains its traditional exhibition format, between the fair and art festival, with the aim of bringing the general public and specialized local and foreign, to present art in a form of exchange and direct interaction between visitors the work and artists.
The first weekend in October, Tijuana border turns your daily reality in a multicultural celebration shared exhibitions, conferences, workshops, shows, concerts and more.
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Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Location La PAz at the Sala de Consulta at Archivo Histórico Pablo L. Martínez, next to Teatro de la Ciudad, Navarro and Héroes de Independencia. Hours are Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Admission is free.
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The two-day meeting brings together corporate executives involved in many business sectors (including tourism, real estate, medical and entertainment services) with government officials from both Mexico and the United States. The Second Annual Baja California Investment Forum will provide valuable perspectives from our panel of experts while also offering a platform for its attendees to discuss the changing issues affecting the real estate, tourism and health service industries of Mexico’s north-western region.
Monday, September 20, 2010
Seven hours of excellent Jazz, Wine and Food.
- When: September 26th of 2010
- Venue: Art Plaza inside CEARTE Cultural
- Center in Ensenada B.C.
- Time: 12:00 PM
- Cost: Free admission
Sunday, September 19, 2010
- Time: Pending to be confirm.
- Cost: Pending to be confirm.
Call at : (01152) (664) 290.90.90
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