Sunwing offers Victoria – Puerto Vallarta flights

Sunwing, the Toronto-based low-cost Canadian airline, has announced special holiday packages to travel to Puerto Vallarta from Victoria, British Columbia, this coming winter season. Every Saturday, from December 16 to April 7, 2018, there will be departures to this popular beach destination in Mexico.

This route will be added to the regular service of the company between Victoria and Los Cabos, which will operate on Sundays during the same period. These packages offer outstanding lodging options such as the Hotel Riu Palace Pacifico (in Nuevo Vallarta) and the Hilton Puerto Vallarta Resort. All Sunwing packages to Puerto Vallarta include return flights with the Mexican airline Viva Aerobus. For more information and reservations, visit www.sunwing.ca

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Firefighters Summer Course 2017 – Puerto Vallarta

Between July 24 and August 11, the 2017 Summer Course will be organized by the Puerto Vallarta Fire Department, where all the young people will be able to participate in several workshops to prepare you and know how to respond to emergency situations in a fun and safe environment.

To participate you must only be between 8 and 16 years old and fill out the registration form on the day the event starts. You can find more information on the official facebook of the event, the quotas are limited, attend and get ready the hand of the group of experts of the city.

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International Corn Festival

This year, the traditional Maize Festival will take place from 6 to 15 August. Organized in honor of the first harvest, Corn  is the star of this festival, but local cuisine, culture and traditions play an honorary role. Corn is the most important crop in Jala. The area also produces the largest corn cobs in the world, and some reached almost 20 inches in length. Of course, during the festival, the largest of the ear of wheat wins a prize.

Jala is in the southern part of the state of Nayarit. It is limited to the north with the municipalities of Santa María del Oro and La Yesca and to the south with the municipalities of Ahuacatlán and Ixtlán del Río. To get there, take the road from Tepic to Guadalajara and turn at the junction located about ten minutes after Ixtlán del Río.

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11th Marlin and Tuna Fishing Tournament in Banderas Bay

The Riviera Nayarit is preparing its reeds and reels for the International Marlin and 11 Tuna Tournament in Bahía de Banderas, which will take place on July 20-22, 2017 at Vallarta Yacht Club, and hosted by the Village Hotel Paradise in Nuevo Vallarta. The competition attracts the best fishermen at home and abroad, convened by the Bahía de Banderas Sport Fishing Club, directed by David Zaragoza Camacho.

Registration and registration will be held on July 20 from 5:00 pm to 2:00 pm at the Paradise Village Yacht Club in Nuevo Vallarta. The cost of registration is $ 15,000 pesos per boat. For more information, call (322) 225-5467, email info@clubdepesca.org.mx, or visit fishingnayarit.com.

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2nd Annual Cheryl’s Shoebox Summer Festival

Founded by a wonderful woman named Cheryl Schrean in 2011, Cheryl’s shoe box began as an organization with the ‘unique’ approach of collecting and distributing shoes for children, families and people in need throughout Puerto Vallarta and surrounding communities .

The purpose of Cheryl’s shoebox is to increase the quality of education in disadvantaged schools throughout the Bay of Banderas region by providing shoes, school shoes and school supplies to students, as well as educational material to teachers. Click here to learn more about Cheryl’s shoe box and how you can be a part of this important endeavor.

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The Burning Stigma in ACT II

Dionisio Theater Group presents its new work The Burning Stigma in the main scene of Act II Entertainment. This game, spoken in Spanish and suitable only for adults, tells the story of a priest accused of abusing two children. With the performance of Juan Pablo Hernández, who has been acting in Divas de Rancho; And Cesar Bravo, an award-winning local actor; ‘El Estigma Ardiente’ is directed by Juan Carlos Ramírez, who is also part of Divas de Rancho.
‘The Burning Stigma’ will premiere on June 30 at The Main Stage, with additional performances on July 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21 and 21 at 8:00 pm. All results from the July 14 show will go to SETAC, the local community center dedicated to HIV prevention. For more information, send an email to juan_pablo_h@hotmail.com.

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July 4th at Langostinos

The Bay of Banderas region has a unique international atmosphere where foreign residents and Mexican locals have developed a very special and rarely encountered cultural acceptance. Traditional Mexican festivals and fairs mingle with St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, Canada Day and July 4th picnics, making everyone feel “at home.”

So, if you are in Puerto Vallarta on US Independence Day, see Shrimp on Los Muertos Beach for a North American-style celebration in Mexico! Tickets cost only $ 400 pesos and are now available for purchase at Prawns, Mailboxes, Etc. in Old Town, or by contacting me at exkhan@usfamily.net.

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“Summer on the Island” Camp for kids

This July 24th, bring your children to the summer workshops on the Cuale River Island. A wide variety of activities have been planned for children to have fun, learn and develop their skills in various areas. There is limited space for children from 6 to 12 years old.

 

Among the planned workshops are crafts, painting, free drawing, plaster and plaster work, dance and break dance, reading and much more. Reports to the phones 22-2-95-34 and 22-2-3-00-95, or entering the facebook of the institute vallartense of culture.

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