Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Camerata Campbell, Invitación Mazatlán 2015

Maestro Gordon Campbell invites you to his concert series; there are eight concerts beginning January 4.
 
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(The Angela Peralta is located on Carnaval, in the Plazuela Machado, Centro. The box office is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. For many events expect to pay in pesos, not a credit card. It’s best to call ahead – 982 4446, press #103. Even if an event is free, either in the Angela Peralta or at Casa Haas, you must get a ticket from the box office. Tickets are non-refundable.)

 Saturday 20: Gala Navideña/Christmas Concert: local talent and invited guests join together to make this an evening to remember. It’s one big joyful experience with people/groups such as: Camerata Mazatlan, Coro Angela Peralta, Coro Infantil  CMA, Orquesta Infantil a tocar Mazatlan, Marc Osterer’s Gringo Loco Brass Band, ballet dancers and you can rely on more surprise guests. Tis the season … 8 p.m., $100-$300.

Sunday Janaury 4: Camerata Gordon Campbell presents: Daniela Libeman en concerto/pianist Daniela Liebman in concert. Daniela is only 12 years old, yet she has already played at Carnegie Hall. Now completing her studies in Texas, Gordon Campbell is simply bursting for you to hear this prodigy from Guadalajara. She’ll play the full recital from the Cervantino Fesitval: classics from Bach, Beethoven, Chopin and Rachmaninoff. Noon, $200 (or if you buy all 8 concerts, $150.)

Friday January 9: Help! Tributo a los Beatles; considered the best tribute band in North and Latin America the boys (who have absolutely nailed the Liverpool accent) return for two shows. John Lennon – Sergio Montero; Paul McCartney – Manuel Negrete; George Harrison – Paco Montero; Ringo Starr – Marco Antonio Montero sing up a storm that will you dancing in the aisle. It’s an amazing, energetic performance.”We saw them last year and they were truly epic.” 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Ticket prices, tbd.

Sunday January 11: Camerata Gordon Campbell presents: Mozart, sus mujeres su vida a través de su correspondencia privada/Mozart and the important women in his life revealed in private letters; narrated by famous Mexican actress Angélica Aragón in English with Spanish subtitles. Many women touched Mozart’s life – mother, sister, spouse – and these emotional letters will come to life through his music, and soprano Perla Orrantia who will sing in Italian and German.  Noon, $200 (or if you buy all 8 concerts, $150.)

Sunday January 25: Camerata Gordon Campbell presents: Estereofónico Renacentista (La música de al catedral de San Marcos) – the music from the cathedral of San Marcos, Venice. Camerata musicians are experimenting in spatial sound – just as musicians do in the Venice cathedral. The brass ensemble will be on stage, and in various balconies.  Noon, $200 (or if you buy all 8 concerts, $150.)

Sunday February 1: Camerata Gordon Campbell presents: La Serva Padrona – The servant turned mistress. This comic opera (opera buffa) was written in 1773 by Giovannia Battista Pergolesi and the libretto is by Gennaro Antonio Federico. The opera is 45 minutes long and was originally performed as an intermezzo between the acts of a serious opera. Starring soprano Karla Muñoz Arias and baritone Carlos Serrano who both sing in Italian with English subtitles, and actor Larik Huerta – he’s a mute. Maestro chose this for it’s comic side and the intimacy of two singers. Noon, $200, (or if you buy all 8 concerts, $150.)

Sunday February 22: Camerata Gordon Campbell presents: Randall Thompson y Vaughn Williams. Randall Thompson was an American composer (1899-1984) noted for his choral works. Ralph Vaughan Williams was an English composer (1872-1958) known for his symphonies, chamber music, opera, and choral music.The poems and writings of Robert Frost (“The Road not Taken”) and William Shakespeare are set to music and the Camerata is joined by the Coro de la Comunidad de Culiacan. All in English, Maestro says” this music is spiritual, this music feeds the soul and you should feel as if you are floating in outer space.” There are “seven country songs”  honouring Robert Frost, one set for Shakespeare and the final song featuring Thompson’s Alleluia. The Coro de la Comunidad de Culiacan is comprised of 100 members ranging in age from eight to 75 years old. Noon, $200, (or if you buy all 8 concerts, $150.)

Sunday March 1: Camerata Gordon Campbell presents: Hot Jazz. This group of seven musicians come from Mexico, the EU, Poland and Spain. You’ll hear it all: Ragtime, Dixieland, New Orleans, Swing and Blues. There’s a reason the group is called Hot Jazz. Noon, $200, (or if you buy all 8 concerts, $150.)

 

Around Town Arts & Entertainment Calendar(The CMA is the Centro Municipal de las Artes, the school beside the Angela Peralta Theatre.  There are three inside spaces: Foro Experimental, Museo de la Música and the small movie theatre, Cinematógrafo, (seats about 50). Casa Haas is located on the corner of Heriberto Frias and Mariano Escobedo. Even if it’s free, you must obtain your ticket at the Angela Peralta box office. The Antonio Haas Theatre is located on the Avenida del Mar, across from the Fisherman’s Monument; it’s often referred to as the IMSS theatre and has its own box office.)

Saturday December 20: Twisted Mama’s Mexican Party: the Mexican Taquiza buffet (six different taco fillings, salad, flan, ++) at 6:30 p.m. is followed by a traditional Mariachi band complete with dancers at 7:30 p.m. The drinks are flowing: tequila shots, classic margaritas ($50), tequila sunrise ($45) and palomas ($45) ++. Your $200 includes the buffet, the show and one classic margarita. Reservations a must: 669 129 2021 or e mail: twisted_mamas@hotmail.com. The Mexican Party will continue EVERY Saturday night.

Saturday December 20: Rob’s Annual Holiday Sing-along: this is one time where you can be at a loss of words. Just please bring your voices, Rob Lamonica supplies the words. Rob says “when I was little it was a joy sitting around the piano and singing carols with loved ones over the holiday season…this time of year grants us a unique opportunity to come together in friendship and song and enjoy some of the fun classics we love.” Dress in holiday cheer – there will be a prize for the most festive outfit. Macaws, 7 p.m, reservations suggested, 981 6180.

Monday December 22: Vecinos Con Cariño monthly meeting/Christmas Party: Las Flores Hotel (the large room), 9:30 a.m. Members are asked to bring toys for the Toy Drive – toys will be given to the sponsors of the Desayuno de los Pollos charity who will distribute them among the children in the poorest colonias along with the 2,300 chicken. Sue Parker will talk about her recent trip to Teacapan where she distributed blankets and clothes to migrant farm workers’ families.

Monday December 22: Cooking classes with Chef Alastair Porteous, Water’s Edge Bistro: spend four hours learning about the life of a chef and exploring the evolution of food. This is a market to table experience and there’s only room for six people. You’ll shop together, cook, and enjoy the fruits of your labour with a wine pairing. The classes begins at 10 a.m. and finish around 2 p.m. $700, please call to reserve: 136 0895, or e mail: tracey@thewatersedgemaz.com (there are additional classes on Jan 19, Feb.9, March 16 and April 13.)

Wednesday December 24: Water’s Edge Bistro’s Christmas Eve dinner: four courses, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m, please call 136 0895 or e mail: tracey@thewatersedgemaz.com for reservations.

Thursday December 25: Twisted Mama’s Christmas buffet: your $280 includes the traditional Twisted Mama’s HUGE buffet – turkey, ham, gravy, stuffing, sweet potato with pecan topping, mashed potatoes, broccoli and cauliflower casserole, corn, salad, cranberry sauce, rolls, pie and an assortment of awesome desserts. Let Mama do all the work! Reservations are being accepted for 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., 669 129 2021 or e: twisted_mamas@hotmail.com

Saturday December 27: Los Güeros Poker Run – noon start at The Saloon, and then it’s a ride to: Last Drop, Angelina’s Kitchen, La Corriente, with a finish at Margaritas. As always, everyone is welcome, $100 entry fee, and you must purchase one item at each place to roll the dice.

Monday December 29: Melissa Burridge’s knock-out, belt ‘em out Cabaret Show. She’s a singer, an actress and cross between Ethel Merman and Bette Midler, yet she’s all Melissa. $250 includes a choice two mains, two drinks and a great show – Los Zarapes, 6 p.m. please reserve via e: slsongbird@yahoo.com.  Listen to Melissa sing The Impossible Dream.

Wednesday December 31: NYE parties from Cerritos to Centro, so far (reservations are recommended for all, all the details on the restaurant’s Facebook): Christy’s Sports Bar, Rock Creek; Twisted Mama’s, Los Cryps; Estrella del Mar Country Club and Resort, Brenster and Carrum; Water’s Edge Bistro, Shannon Wolfe; Héctor’s Bistro, Rob Lamonica; The Saloon Sport’s Bar, Mazatlan Karaoke;

Friday January 2: First Friday ArtWalk, 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Free self-guided art tour in Centro. Mazatlan’s ArtWalk is in its tenth year and 46 artists in 23 locations happily display paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, jewellery and all things creative. There’s never any pressure to buy; it’s a wonderful way to see houses, studios and appreciate the variety of art that is being created. To plot your route: http://www.artwalkmazatlan.com 

Monday January 12: My Big Fat Mexican Murder: Residents, Wendy Kain and Bodie Kellogg are bringing murder and mayhem to Mazatlan! They have planned a dinner theatre designed to involve you and the plot just keeps thickening. Enjoy this innovative, intimate (only room for 40 people) evening where you may well be having dinner with the murderer. If you enjoy a whodunnit and mingling with the actors  – you are encouraged to ask questions, then this is a show for you. It takes place in the courtyard of the historic Casa de Leyendas and your ticket includes a choice of three mains (fried chicken, seafood or pasta), plus two glass of ‘good’ wine and two beers. Reservations are essential, please contact Wendy Kain on her land line, 180 2038, or her magicJack line 503 926 8164, or e mail her at: wendy@murderinmexico.com. You can also reserve by dropping by Macaws/Casa de Leyendas (Venustiano Carranza #4). $395, 6 p.m. (If you wish to play a part in one of these murder mysteries then please contact Wendy at the above numbers.)

Sunday Janaury 18: Camerate Gordon Campbell presents: The virtuoso trumpet, Héctor Tomás Jiménez. Joining Héctor will be: Laura Elizabeth Hauer, piano; Fernando Correa, percussion; Luis Alfredo Anguis, contra bass. Program features French jazz pianist Claude Bolling’s Toot Suite with multiple movements. This is concert music written in a jazz idiom. Noon, Casa Haas, $200 (or if you buy all 8 concerts, $150.)

Monday January 19: Cooking classes with Chef Alastair Porteous, Water’s Edge Bistro: spend four hours learning about the life of a chef and exploring the evolution of food. This is a market to table experience and there’s only room for six people. You’ll shop together, cook, and enjoy the fruits of your labour with a wine pairing. The classes begins at 10 a.m. and finish around 2 p.m. $700, please call to reserve: 136 0895, or e mail: tracey@thewatersedgemaz.com (There are also additional classes on Feb. 9, March 16 and April 13.)

Monday January 19: My Big Fat Mexican Murder: Residents, Wendy Kain and Bodie Kellogg are bringing murder and mayhem to Mazatlan! They have planned a dinner theatre designed to involve you and the plot just keeps thickening. Enjoy this innovative, intimate (only room for 40 people) evening where you may well be having dinner with the murderer. If you enjoy a whodunnit and mingling with the actors – you are encouraged to ask questions, then this is a show for you. It takes place in the courtyard of the historic Casa de Leyendas and your ticket includes a choice of three mains (fried chicken, seafood or pasta), plus two glass of ‘good’ wine and two beers. Reservations are essential, please contact Wendy Kain on her land line, 180 2038, or her magicJack line 503 926 8164, or e mail her at: wendy@murderinmexico.com. You can also reserve by dropping by Macaws/Casa de Leyendas (Venustiano Carranza #4). $395, 6 p.m.  (If you wish to play a part in one of these murder mysteries then please contact Wendy at the above numbers.)

Wednesday January 21-25: Friends of Mexico’s trip to Mexico City – The GOOD City Index (GCI) just named Mexico City No. 3 as the most inspiring city in the world. “With more than 160 museums, 30 distinct archaeological and historic sites, and 100 art galleries, the city is a mecca of fine art and treasures that speak to its vast history.” To book your trip contact: www.friendsofmexicoac.org or e mail: lavonne4mk@gmail.com

Monday January 26: My Big Fat Mexican Murder: Residents, Wendy Kain and Bodie Kellogg are bringing murder and mayhem to Mazatlan! They have planned a dinner theatre designed to involve you and the plot just keeps thickening. Enjoy this innovative, intimate (only room for 40 people) evening where you may well be having dinner with the murderer. If you enjoy a whodunnit and mingling with the actors – you are encouraged to ask questions, then this is a show for you. It takes place in the courtyard of the historic Casa de Leyendas and your ticket includes a choice of three mains (fried chicken, seafood or pasta), plus two glass of ‘good’ wine and two beers. Reservations are essential, please contact Wendy Kain on her land line, 180 2038, or her magicJack line 503 926 8164, or e mail her at: wendy@murderinmexico.com. You can also reserve by dropping by Macaws/Casa de Leyendas (Venustiano Carranza #4). $395, 6 p.m.(If you wish to play a part in one of these murder mysteries then please contact Wendy at the above numbers.)

Monday February 2: My Big Fat Mexican Murder: Residents, Wendy Kain and Bodie Kellogg are bringing murder and mayhem to Mazatlan! They have planned a dinner theatre designed to involve you and the plot just keeps thickening. Enjoy this innovative, intimate (only room for 40 people) evening where you may well be having dinner with the murderer. If you enjoy a whodunnit and mingling with the actors – you are encouraged to ask questions, then this is a show for you. It takes place in the courtyard of the historic Casa de Leyendas and your ticket includes a choice of three mains (fried chicken, seafood or pasta), plus two glass of ‘good’ wine and two beers. Reservations are essential, please contact Wendy Kain on her land line, 180 2038, or her magicJack line 503 926 8164, or e mail her at: wendy@murderinmexico.com. You can also reserve by dropping by Macaws/Casa de Leyendas (Venustiano Carranza #4).$395, 6 p.m. (If you wish to play a part in one of these murder mysteries then please contact Wendy at the above numbers.)

Friday February 6: First Friday ArtWalk, 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Free self-guided tour in Centro. Mazatlan’s ArtWalk is in its tenth year and 46 artists in 23 locations happily display paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, jewellery and all things creative. There’s never any pressure to buy; it’s a wonderful way to see houses, studios and appreciate the variety of art that is being created. To plot your route: http://www.artwalkmazatlan.com

 

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Friday February 6 and Saturday February 7: Mardi Gras Party #6/seis. The Dixieland band, Cats’nJammers, is back and brassier than ever! This popular night of dancing, drinking and Dixieland jazz starts at 6 p.m at El Shrimp Bucket – $500, the tickets are on sale now. Once again, it’s a open bar with a choice of Cajun chicken fusilli or Cajun shrimp with pasta for dinner. Please drop by The Shrimp Bucket and reserve your table and your main course. This event usually sells out… and organizer Ken Woods says “…plus a surprise guest artist you won’t want to miss.”

Have a listen to the exciting jazz of Cats ‘n Jammers:

and to watch an interview with Ken Woods please click here.

Sunday February 8: Camerate Gordon Campbell presents: El arte del corno - the art of the horn. This trio – Olenga Bogaychuk, violin, Aigul Kulvoa, piano and Maestro Gordon Campbell, horn, celebrate the works of Robert Cummings, Mozart and Brahms. It’s also the world premier of Robert Cummings work in the first half. Noon, Casa Haas, $200 (or if you buy all 8 concerts, $150)

Monday February 9: Cooking classes with Chef Alastair Porteous, Water’s Edge Bistro: spend four hours learning about the life of a chef and exploring the evolution of food. This is a market to table experience and there’s only room for six people. You’ll shop together, cook, and enjoy the fruits of your labour with a wine pairing. The classes begins at 10 a.m. and finish around 2 p.m. $700, please call to reserve: 136 0895, or e mail: tracey@thewatersedgemaz.com (There are two additional classes on March 16 and April 13.)

 

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“We’ll make you laugh”

All comedy shows take place in The Venado Showroom, Hotel Playa Mazatlan, at 7 p.m., the ticket is $500 pesos which includes a buffet dinner and an open bar. Tickets on sale now: Hotel Playa Mazatlan, Ave. Playa Gaviotas #202, 669 989 0555. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. so you can enjoy your dinner prior to the comedy performance. Visit the website for more details and bios: http://mazatlancomedyclub.com

Sunday December 21: Bobbie Shropshire and Larry Elliott. Bobbie has lived for years in LA and she was a paid regular at the World Famous Comedy Store as well as a regular at the Improve on Melrose appearing along side comedy legends including Andrew Dice Clay, George Carlin and Richard Pryor. She also spent hours shooting some of the most memorable moments for “Dr. Phil” episodes. Currently, Bobbie is an artist working on a Zen Ocean series that is popular with maritime art collectors. For seven years Larry was the Hollywood Christmas Parade Santa Claus and 25 years later he still delights in entertaining families and children. He’s a successful opener and a favourite family headliner. Larry Elliott brings a joy and offbeat goofiness that is so welcome in today’s world.

Sunday January 25: Al Ducharme and Bernadette Pauley. Al thrives on playing to sold-out expat crowds in – Paris, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and Beijing. He also has loads of film credits and his first comedy dvd “Spineless and Loving it” was produced by National Lampoon. Based in LA he works all the major clubs; from Heineken commercials to comedy festivals he’s one undeniably funny man. Bernadette is awash in high praise from the Huffington Post and the New York Post – “her jokes are among the funniest of 2010… the best of new York City Live comedy.” She co-hosted the tv series “The Gossip Queens” and appeared regularly as a panelist on “The Joy Behar Show.” Between television appearances she headlines colleges, casinos and comedy clubs throughout the US.

Sunday February 22: Kat Simmons and Marc Yaffee. Kat has the unique talent for combining physical comedy with real life situations. The 27 year veteran is often compared to Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett and Red Skelton. The audience is her BFF and she delights in sharing her secrets. From The Improv, to Catch a Rising Star to the Comedy Channel, Kat speaks the truth making it easier for the rest of us to be honest with ourselves. Marc is an award-winning comedian who founded the Pow Wow Comedy Jam. He was featured on the Showtime special, “Going Native: The American Indian Comedy Slam” plus PBS’s special, “Crossing the Line.” He won the Ventura Comedy Festival’s Funniest Person Contest in 2012. Clubs, colleges, casinos and corporations all want Marc because he leaves a trail of laughs that are funny, not filthy.

Sunday March 29: Rocky Whatule and Bubba Bradley. Rocky is the current host of “Hollywood Rockin Wrap Up” and this 16 year accomplished comedian lives by his motto – “you have to mature; you don’t have to grow up.” The youngest of five in an Italian family he’s fine tuned the “look-at-me-complex.” No matter his subject – friends, family, marriage or animals, you’ll find his observations hilarious. Bubba was voted class clown in high school. He’s still proud of that honour and draws upon his dysfunctional, nomadic family for material. He has been a metal factory worker, a security guard at Yellowstone and a bar bouncer. You can imagine the material this talented comedian has gathered over the years. You’ll never forget his down-to-earth story telling.

Friday February 6: First Friday ArtWalk, 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Free self-guided art tour in Centro. Mazatlan’s ArtWalk is in its tenth year and 50 artists happily display paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, jewellery and all things creative. There’s never any pressure to buy; it’s a wonderful way to see houses, studios and appreciate the variety of art that is being created. To plot your route: http://www.artwalkmazatlan.com 

Thursday February 12 – Tuesday February 17: Carnaval!  For a list of all the events please click here.

Friday March 6: First Friday ArtWalk, 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Free self-guided art tour in Centro. Mazatlan’s ArtWalk is in its tenth year and 46 artists in 23 locations happily display paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, jewellery and all things creative. There’s never any pressure to buy; it’s a wonderful way to see houses, studios and appreciate the variety of art that is being created. To plot your route: http://www.artwalkmazatlan.com

Monday March 16: Cooking classes with Chef Alastair Porteous, Water’s Edge Bistro: spend four hours learning about the life of a chef and exploring the evolution of food. This is a market to table experience and there’s only room for six people. You’ll shop together, cook, and enjoy the fruits of your labour with a wine pairing. The classes begins at 10 a.m. and finish around 2 p.m. $700, please call to reserve: 136 0895, or e mail: tracey@thewatersedgemaz.com (There is one more class on April 13.)

Friday March 27 – Monday April 6: Semana Santa

Wednesday April 8 -Sunday April 12: XX Aniversario Sema de la Moto, 20th Anniversary of Moto Week.

Friday April 10: First Friday ArtWalk, 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Free self-guided art tour in Centro. Mazatlan’s ArtWalk is in its tenth year and 46 artists in 23 locations happily display paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, jewellery and all things creative. There’s never any pressure to buy; it’s a wonderful way to see houses, studios and appreciate the variety of art that is being created. To plot your route: http://www.artwalkmazatlan.com

Monday April 13: Cooking classes with Chef Alastair Porteous, Water’s Edge Bistro: spend four hours learning about the life of a chef and exploring the evolution of food. This is a market to table experience and there’s only room for six people. You’ll shop together, cook, and enjoy the fruits of your labour with a wine pairing. The classes begins at 10 a.m. and finish around 2 p.m. $700, please call to reserve: 136 0895, or e mail: tracey@thewatersedgemaz.com

Friday May 1: First Friday ArtWalk, 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Free self-guided art tour in Centro. Mazatlan’s ArtWalk is in its tenth year and 46 artists in 23 locations happily display paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, jewellery and all things creative. There’s never any pressure to buy; it’s a wonderful way to see houses, studios and appreciate the variety of art that is being created. To plot your route:http://www.artwalkmazatlan.com

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THE FAIRLY ACCURATE DAILY MUSIC SCHEDULE

All restaurants and bars are listed in The Directory, click here for address, opening hours and phone numbers – it’s fairly accurate! Some of the restaurants close for private events, some of the groups are hired away for private events, just call ahead. And now with Christmas and New Year’s things are bound to be in flux…  Many of your groups (21) are on The Bandstand, please click here to listen.  To find out more about The Mazatlan Music Lovers Club, and  its CD, Mazatlan Sampler, click here

Mondays: Double Trouble (Cheryl Gaudet + Alexis Felix, easy listening), Playa Mazatlan (Terraza Playa Bar), 3 p.m.- 5 p.m.♦ Alexis Felix, Chill and Grill, 6 p.m. (have a listen) ♦ Melissa Mondays (Melissa Burridge – have a listen), Los Zarapes ($250 includes dinner + 2 drinks, reserve via e: slsongbird@yahoo.com)), 6 p.m. ♦ Romantic Mexican music for dancing, bar area,Playa Mazatlan, 6:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.♦ Ebano, La Palapa del Mar, 6:30 p.m. ♦ Rafael Rodriguez, (easy/mixed), Kelly’s Bar, Pueblo Bonita Emerald Bay, 7 p.m.(have a listen) ♦ Ebano,(mixed) La Palapa del Mar, 7 p.m. ♦ Dance + R ‘n R, with Rob Lamonica, Dave Oakey, Chris Henderson, Omar Rios ++, La Chupiteria, 7 p.m. (have a listen) (not on Dec. 22,29)♦ Kannon(r&r) GusGus GZ, 8 p.m. (have a listen)

Tuesdays: Brenster’s Beach Bash, (mixed), Diego’s Beach House, (all you can drink $275 or cover of $70), 2 p.m. ♦ Mazatlan Karaoke, El Shrimp Bucket, 6 p.m  ♦ Romantic Mexican music for dancing, bar area, Playa Mazatlan, 6:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.♦ ZAZ, (r ‘n’ r), Twisted Mama’s, 6:30 p.m.♦ Mundo Sánchez (romantic vocals and guitar), Topolo 7 p.m.(have a listen) ♦ Rafael Rodriquez,(easy/mixed) Torres Mazatlan, 7 p.m. ♦ Jazz Jam with Rob Lamonica ++, La Bohemia, 7:30 p.m.(have a listen)(not on Dec.23) ♦ Kannon, (r&r), GusGus GZ, 8 p.m.  ♦ Live music (varies) El Roots Cafe, 8 p.m.

Wednesdays: Fairly Honest Jon & The Truth (blues), Chill and Grill, 2 p.m. – 6 p.m ♦Kannon, (R&R), La Corriente, 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. ♦ Cheryl Gaudet (easy listening), The Jonathon Hotel, 6 p.m. (have a listen) ♦ 2/4 Jazz (Richard + Scotty, guitar flute), El Presidio, 6 p.m.(starts Jan. 7) ♦ Romantic Mexican music for dancing, bar area, Playa Mazatlan, 6:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m♦ Los Cryps, Lucky B’s, 6:30 p.m. ♦ Ebano, (salsa, cumbia, mixed), Twisted Mama’s, 6:30 p.m. ♦ Rob Lamonica (easy/mixed), Héctor’s Bistro, 7 p.m.(not on Dec. 24) ♦ Rafael Rodriquez,(easy/mixed) Crazy Beach, 7 p.m. ♦ Sergio Avila (smooth sax), Topolo, 7 p.m.♦  Tanya Carrum (easy/mixed), La Catrina, 7 p.m.(no performance on Dec. 24 or Dec. 31) ♦ Kannon, (r &r) GusGus GZ, 8 p.m. ♦ Live music, varies, El Roots Cafe, 8 p.m ♦ Mariachi band, El Mil Amores, Marina, 8 p.m. ♦ Lori Davidson and Dario Avila, (mixed/easy) Pedro & Lola, 8:30 p.m. ♦ Live dance band, family atmosphere, La Fonda de Chalio, 8:30 p.m.

Thursdays:  Té para Dos, Surf’s Up, 1 p.m. (returns Jan. 8) ♦ Alexis Felix, (easy, have a listen) Chill and Grill, 6 p.m.♦  ZAZ, (r n’ r), Twisted Mama’s, 6:30 p.m. ♦ Wingin’ It (Lori Davidson/Rob Lamonica, (mixed, easy, have a listen, ) Social, 6:30 p.m.(not on Dec. 25)♦ Romantic Mexican music for dancing, bar area, Playa Mazatlan, 6:30 p.m. – 10;30 p.m♦ Ebano, (mixed, good dancing music), The Saloon Sports Bar, 6:30 p.m.♦ Sergio Avila, (smooth sax), Topolo, 7 p.m. ♦ Mazatlan Karaoke, Las Flores, 7 p.m.♦Rock Creek ( mixed), La Palapa del Mar, 7 p.m.(have a listen) ♦ Organic jazz (Richard Eager, guitar; Scotty Auble, flute) Water’s Edge, 7 p.m.♦ Mario Rojas and his guitar (trova/Cuban ballads), La Copa de Leche, 7 p.m. ♦ Live music, varies, F.I.S.H. 7 p.m.♦ Rafael Rodriquez (easy/mixed) Kelly’s Bar Pueblo Bonito, 7 p.m.♦ Los Cryps, Christy’s Sports Bar, 8 p.m. ♦ Kannon, (r &r), Lucky B’s, 7:30 p.m. (have a listen) ♦ Karaoke (Spanish), Puerto Viejo, 7:30 p.m. ♦  Kameleon,(r&r) GusGus GZ, 8 p.m ♦ Live music, varies, El Roots Cafe, 8 p.m. ♦ Live music (varies) Baja Style, 8 p.m. ♦ Live music,  Pedro y Lola , 8:30 p.m. ♦ Live dance band, family atmosphere, La Fonda de Chalio, 9  p.m. ♦ Los Albureros (Sinaloa sounds), El Albur, 9 p.m. ♦ Ladies night, (live, mixed Mexican), La Camelia Show Centre, 9 p.m. ♦ Lo que cantamos las mujeres (Heidi ++), La Bohemia, 10:30 p.m.

Fridays:  Cheryl Gaudet,(easy listening) The Jonathon Hotel, 6 p.m.  ♦ Romantic Mexican music for dancing, bar area, Playa Mazatlan, 6:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. ♦ Los Cryps (Beatles, oldies, have a listen) Twisted Mama’s, 6:30 p.m. ♦ Mundo Sánchez (romantic vocals and guitar), Topolo, 7 p.m. ♦ Jesus Mario Gonzalez (sax), Water’s Edge, 7 p.m. ♦Rafael Rodriguez (easy, mixed), Kelly’s Bar, Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay, 7 p.m. ♦ Kannon, (r&r), Lucky B’s, 7:30 p.m. ♦ Oscar and Javier Rojas (Spanish/English favourites), La Copa de Leche, 7 p.m ♦ Live music,  (alt. rock) Diego’s Beach House, 7 p.m.♦ Wingin’ It, Lori Davidson, Rob Lamonica + guests, (mixed/country) Macaws, 7 p.m. (have a listen)  ♦ Arsenio, (romantic), Casa Loma, 7:30 p.m. ♦ Los Stanley F.I.S.H. ( r & r) 7 p.m.  ♦ Live music (varies)  El Roots Cafe, 8 p.m. ♦ Salty Feet (r&r), Puerto Viejo, 8 p.m.♦ Los Cryps, Christy’s Marina Sports Bar,  8 p.m. ♦Kameleon,(r&r) GusGus GZ, 8 p.m  ♦ Live dance band, family atmosphere, La Fonda de Chalio, 8:30 p.m.. ♦ Jazz band, Pedro & Lola, 8:30 p.m.♦ Live music (varies),  El Shrimp Bucket, 8 p.m. ♦ Karaoke, La Catrina, 8 p.m.♦ Mexican mixed, La Chupiteria, 8:30 p.m. ♦ ZAZ! (r&r) Baja Style, 9:30 p.m  ♦  Karaoke with a Mariachi band, El Mil Amores Centro, 10 p.m. ♦ Live band (mixed), Vintage retro-bar, 10 p.m.♦ Live band (mixed Mexican), La Camelia Show Center, 10 p.m.♦ Los Cryps, (oldies), La Mazatleca, 10:30 p.m.

Saturdays:  Rootsterford Reggae,(have a listenSurf’s Up, 1 p.m.♦ Alexis Felix,(guitar/easy, have a listen) The Jonathon, 6 p.m. ♦  Romantic Mexican music, bar area, Playa Mazatlan, 6:30 p.m. – 10 p.m ♦ Mexican Mariachi Party ($200 includes buffet and show) Twisted Mama’s, 6:30 p.m.(not on Dec. 27) ♦ The Troubadours, (C&W)) Dave Oakey, Myron (fiddle) and Rob Lamonica, Macaws,(have a listen) 7 p.m.♦ Jesus Mario Gonzalez (sax), Water’s Edge, 7 p.m. ♦ Mazatlan Karaoke, The Saloon Sports Bar, 7 p.m. ♦ Oscar and Javier Rojas (Spanish/English favourites), La Copa de Leche, 7 p.m.♦ Mundo Sánchez, (romantic vocals and guitar), Topolo, 7 p.m. ♦ Los Cryps (Beatles, oldies), La Bohemia, 7 p.m. (have a listen) ♦ Live bands, varies, F.I.S.H., 7 p.m.♦ Kannon, (r&r), Lucky B’s, 7:30 p.m. ♦ Live bands (varies) El Roots Cafe, 8 p.m.  ♦ Canto Altano (classical Mexican trio, trova, boleros), Casa Loma, 8 p.m  ♦ Mariachi band, El Mil Amores, Marina, 8 p.m.♦ Salty Feet (r&r), Puerto Viejo, 8 p.m. ♦ Kameleon,(r&r) GusGus GZ, 8 p.m.♦ Guest bands, Machado Kiosk, 8 p.m. ♦ Live dance band, family atmosphere, La Fonda de Chalio, 8:30 ♦ Lori Davidson + Dario Avila (mixed/easy)  Pedro & Lola, 9 p.m.(have a listen)♦ ZAZ, (r&r) Baja Style, 9:30 p.m. ♦ Live music (varies) La Catrina, 9 p.m.♦ Live bands (vary, mixed Mexican), La Camelia Show Center, 9 p.m. ♦ Mariachi Continental, El Mil Amores Centro, 10 p.m.

Sundays:  Reggae Sundays (often Rootsterford), Diego’s Beach House, 5 p.m.♦ Swing Set (Richard Eager, Jock, guitar, sax, flute), Macaws, 6:30 p.m.(starts Jan. 4)♦ Los Cryps (salsa, cumbia r & r, mixed), Twisted Mama’s, 6:30 p.m.(not on Dec. 28) ♦ The Troubadours (Rob Lamonica and Dave Oakey)mixed/easy, have a listen), Pedro & Lola, 6:30 p.m.(not on Dec. 21,28) ♦ ZAZ, (r&r), Lucky B’s, 6:30 p.m. ♦ Romantic Mexican music for dancing, bar area, Playa Mazatlan, 6:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. ♦ Mazatlan Karaoke, El Shrimp Bucket, 6:30 p.m. ♦ Mundo Sánchez,(romantic guitar and vocals) Angelina’s Kitchen, 7 p.m. ♦ Live music, (easy listening, often Rafael Rodriquez) kiosk in the Plazuela Machado, 7:30 p.m ♦ Live music, (Mexican mixed) La Chupiteria, 8:30 p.m. ♦ Live dance band, family atmosphere, La Fonda de Chalio, 8:30 ♦ Kamaleon, (r&r) GusGus GZ, 8:30 p.m.♦ Los Albureros (Sinaloa sounds), El Albur, 8:30 p.m. ♦ Adiccion, Baja Style, 8:30 p.m.

IN CONCERT

Saturday December 20: Juan Soto, Diego’s Casa de Playa, Diego’s Beach House, 11 p.m.

Thursday December 25: Pacific Pearl Music Vol. 5, La Corriente, 10 p.m.

Friday December 26: Dan Solo, La Corriente, 10 p.m. * La Regadera Electrica’s tribute to Depeche Modo, Señor Frogs, 10 p.m.

Saturday December 27: Febe Esquerra, Diego’s Casa de Playa, Diego’s Beach House, 11 p.m.

Tuesday December 30, Thursday January 1, and Friday January 2: Shannon Wolfe sings jazz classics accompanied by David Perez on the piano, Water’s Edge Bistro, 7 p.m.

Friday January 2: Dohko, La Corriente, 10 p.m.

Saturday January 3: Josh/MexLoop, Diego’s Casa de Playa, Diego’s Beach House, 11 p.m.

The Brenster & Carrum Show Country Concert Series

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Spoiler alert! Last season all the shows sold out – to avoid disappointment buy your tickets early, they are on sale now;  Hotel Playa Mazatlan, Ave. Playa Gaviotas #202, 669 989 0555 or e mail: tickets@mazatlancountry.com. All the concerts take place in The Venado Showroom at 6 p.m. and your ticket price includes a buffet dinner and open bar. Fans can follow this exciting series on http://countryinmazatlan.com/

Friday January 16: The 3 Amigas: Patricia Conroy, Michelle Wright and Beverley Mahood. Patricia dazzled the audience last year with her French-Canadian country Nashville sound. She’s looking forward to returning and performing again – “all I can say is Mazatlan is a fabulous place, and just enjoy the beauty and friendly people!” Michelle is a Canadian country music artist. She is one of the country’s most widely recognized and awarded female country singers of the 1990s, winning the Canadian Country Music Association’s Fan’s Choice Award twice. Beverley was born in Ireland, emigrated to Canada and now resides in Nashville. She is a successful country music singer-songwriter and television host (2004-2005, Citytv Vancouver). She is also formerly part of the all-female trio Lace, produced by Canadian LA producer David Foster. $600

Friday February 13: The Good Brothers: Brian, Bruce and Larry Good. As Brenster predicted: “it will be obvious to our audience here in Mazatlan, that this is one of the best country groups of all time.” And it was obvious – the brothers from Richmond Hill rocked the room with their country, bluegrass and folk music. They had never been to Mexico and now can’t wait to return to Mazatlan and warm-up in the Las Vegas- style Venados Show room. $500

Friday March 13: Joan Kennedy Band. Joan is an award winning country artist and “has taken her unique crossover country pop and blues sound all over the world, touring extensively throughout Canada and Europe” writes Jody Sanderson in The March issue of Pacific Pearl. Brenster added, “ she is an amazing entertainer, with great songs and an incredible voice and personality that makes every person in the audience feel special.” $500

Friday April 10: Duane Steele. Another great Canadian country performer. Duane has had many hits including the Number One hit Anita Got Married, plus he’s also released five studio albums. “Duane’s pure voice and natural stage presence makes his lives shows a must-see. Fans relate to his lyrics and song writing styles.” $500

EL RECREO MAZATLAN FILM AND THEATER Arts & Entertainment Calendar

El Recreo is a not -for- profit community centre, located in Centro on Constitución #209. For full movie synopsis, or to make a reservation for a special presentation, please go to: http://mazact.com  Reserving just got easier with MF&T’s new online booking system. All movies are $35, payable at the door and the tickets go on sale 30 minutes before the screening.

Monday December 22: Musical Mondays - featuring trumpet player Allen Fannin and his group of musical friends. Musicians drop-in and join the jam, audience drop-in and enjoy a midday break. 1 – 3 p.m.

Monday December 22: Still Mine, 3 p.m. only

Monday January 5: Musical Mondays – featuring trumpet player Allen Fannin and his group of musical friends. Musicians drop-in and join the jam, audience drop-in and enjoy a midday break. 1 – 3 p.m.

Monday January 5: Two Days, One night (2014) French with English subtitles, 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday January 7: Open Auditions: MF&T is embracing the concept of a theatre company to ensure the availability of a diverse group of actors, readers, directors, stage managers and technicians. If you are interested in any of these roles please drop by El Recreo at 10 a.m. If you can’t make that date or time please e mail Suanna Ponce, Director of Theatre at: suanna9898@gmail.com

Wednesday January 7: BC Marks presents the 2014 documentary, Fed Up. Local health expert BC Marks (to visit her healthy lifestyle corner please click here) will introduce this doc and lead a discussion after the video. It features reporter Katie Couric who’s husband died from colon cancer. Producing the doc is Laurie David (An Inconvenient Truth) and directed by Stephanie Soechtig. “Fed Up will change the way you eat forever…this is the film the food industry doesn’t want you to see…” and BC is just the person to answer your questions. 2 p.m. – 4 p.m, please reserve via the website, pay $80 at the door.

Thursday January 8: Short Term 12 (2013), 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Sunday January 11: El Toque Gitano/A Gypsy’s Touch: back by popular demand Mazatleco flamenco guitarist, Aldo Bonilla, and his ensemble will introduce this form of traditional music. Reservations recommended, two shows – 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m., $130. Please reserve via the website and pay at the door.

Monday January 12: Musical Mondays – featuring trumpet player Allen Fannin and his group of musical friends. Musicians drop-in and join the jam, audience drop-in and enjoy a midday break. 1 – 3 p.m.

Monday January 12: The Rocket (2013, Lao with English subtitles), 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Tuesday January 13: Social Play Reading: a fun get together with no pressure or no memorizing. It’s for people who enjoy sharing an afternoon of “theatah dahling.” We’ll hand out play scripts, you pick a role (s) from the same play and read with others. It’s like being a radio actor! Please bring your own favourite beverage. 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Thursday January 15: The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014), 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Monday January 19: Musical Mondays – featuring trumpet player Allen Fannin and his group of musical friends. Musicians drop-in and join the jam, audience drop-in and enjoy a midday break. 1 – 3 p.m.

Monday January 19: Calvary (2014), 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday January 21: Whale Watching with Onca Exploraciónes. Biologist and owner of Onca, Guzón Zatarain, will share his passion for local marine life, including spectacular images of the whales, dolphins and other sea life around us. He’ll also discuss Onca’s wildlife monitoring and conservation program, which gives ecotour participants a new way to experience Mazatlan. 2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m, please reserve via the website and pay $80 at the door.

Thursday January 22: Chef (2014), 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Sunday January 25, Monday January 26, and Thursday January 29: Playreading, The Last of the Red Hot Lovers.  Actors from Mazatlan Film & Theater have been busy reading and preparing their parts from Neil Simon’s popular 1969 Broadway comedy. The protagonist, Barney, has a very nice wife and is leading a very nice but uneventful life -he’s determined to have one memorable romantic episode before he dies. But with three separate women? Sunday January 25, 3 p.m.; Monday January 26 and Thursday Janaury 29, 7 p.m. $120, reservations recommended.

Monday January 26: Musical Mondays – featuring trumpet player Allen Fannin and his group of musical friends. Musicians drop-in and join the jam, audience drop-in and enjoy a midday break. 1 – 3 p.m.

 

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Saturday January 10: The 8th annual Hospice Mazatlan Golf Tournament: this very successful fundraiser will once again be held at Estrella del Mar with a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. This year organizers are accepting 144 golfers for a day of “competitive fun”; four person teams will play “no handicap”, “best ball” and “scramble” for 18 holes. You do not have to be a star player, it’s all about supporting the worthwhile cause of Hospice, which now has 155 patients. The entrance fee is $1,500 and you’ll have a chance to win a VW Bug, a Weber grill, and many other great gifts. As per tradition, golfers will be served a delicious buffet breakfast. Your bbq lunch by Chef Digeo Becerra is well worth the entrance fee! He’s one of Mazatlan’s best chefs (owner of El Presidio and the new upscale cantina, Compañia Minera) and he excels with ribs and he may even smoke/bbq a half pig for the players. If you want additional information, or to register early please contact these volunteers: Gordon Wainwright, 913 3683, e: gwainwright@aol.com; Jack Sieber, 985 2346, e: jack.siebert@yahoo.com; Dave Croly, 982 5472, e: dcroly2424@gmail.com; Terry Topf, 176 6364, e: terryt204@gmail.com

Saturday January 17: Friends of Mexico’s annual fundraiser – this year’s event will be bigger and better than ever, featuring the music of Melissa Burridge and an elegant sit down dinner at Inn at Mazatlan. The gala gets going at 6 p.m. and your $500 ticket includes a dinner of grilled chicken with mango sauce, an open bar, dancing, and music by Melissa who will perform a wide range of songs including a tribute to Linda Ronstadt. There’s also an art fair and a raffle. Tickets can be purchased from several places and people: Melissa Burridge, Arlene Johnson, any board member, at FOM meetings and events, and at Rico’s GZ every Friday from 10 a.m. until noon. Volunteers at Rico’s will also have membership applications and information about various events and trips.

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Saturday January 24: Conrehabit’s annual fundraiser. This year it takes place on Venus, the street, at Sixto Osuna from 3 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. As many of you know Conrehabit is a non- profit animal/conservation organization dedicated to maintaining the fragile Mexican tropical dry forest ecosystem. Your $120 ticket will go towards such practical things as gasoline, batteries and other items required to maintain the infrastructure. The event includes finger food, adult beverages, a salsa peformance by Dance Inc. and the dancers are offering you a free 30 minute salsa class. Street, and LOOK’s Gallery doors open at 3 p.m, salsa performance at 4 p.m. and salsa lesson at 4:30 p.m. During this there will also be raffles and a silent auction. Tickets are available at LOOK, Sixto Osuna #59, open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday.

Sunday January 25: Amigos de los Animales champagne brunch – El Cid Marina Convention Centre, ocean view from every table. The early bird special has passed, all tickets are now $400. For further information please call 669 986 4235.

Saturday January 31: 6th Annual Las Jaibas RV Park Chili Cook-Off: a 100% of your $100 ticket goes to Las Hogar de Los Ninos La Mission, remember “it’s all for the kids.” The cook-off starts at 1 p.m. and your ticket includes the chile tastings, a live band, beer, water, 50/50, raffles and everything continues until the chili is gone and the band packs up. The RV park is in Sabalo Cerritos, north of the Marina and across from Torres Mazatlan. If you require additional information (and if you want to cook) please e mail Frank Teale at lasjaibaschili@yahoo.com

 

Galleries Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Angela Peralta Theatre Galleries:  There are two galleries; the upstairs gallery above the theatre is referred to as the Galeria, and hosts revolving shows as does the downstairs in the gallery, Galeria Rubio. Open week days from 9 a.m. to  6 p.m. but sometimes can be closed due to private events. The

Delirium Galeria: This gallery and bistro has revolving exhibits, always worth stopping in, Sixto Osuna #24, open from 1 p.m., closed Sundays.

Galeria Baupres: Angel Flores #1506 – hours vary call 669 113 0941.

Galeria Nautilus: An art gallery, a gift shop, have various seasonal exhibits. Constitución, #77. Exhibits change every month.

Museo Arqueológico de Mazatlan: During the year this space (indoors and outdoors) hosts many different art exhibits and workshops.  Located on Sixto Osuna# 76, kitty corner to Macaws. Hours vary, call 981 1455, open Tuesday to Sundays.

Museo de Arte:  There are three galleries – the permanent collection is in the Sala Antonio López Saenz. Changing exhibits are in both the Sala Roberto Perez Rubio, and Sala Carlos Bueno galleries. Closed Sundays, open from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. and again from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. Please be aware that these hours can vary and are not accurate!

LOOK Vintage and Modern Gallery:  A New York- style gallery and art shop.  Owner Mark Jay  has been in retail and merchandising all of his life. He’s very annoying – he constantly purchases items you can’t resist buying. He knows what you want before you do. LOOK is on Sixto Osuna #59; Mark is available by appointment so please call his cell: 669 149 3911 or drop in – Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you wish to watch videos of Mark’s Decor Tips please click here.

Valladolid Gallery: It’s inside the Valladolid College, on Belisario Dominguez #53. Every month there is a different show – it ranges from group art shows, art installations to poetry readings. The gallery is open from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

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 (Many of the events in Plazuela Zaragoza are hosted by DIF – Desarrollo Integral de la Familia – a community service that enhances the lives and well-being of Mexicans. Everyone is invited to participate.  To read more about DIF and their good work, please click here.)
Mondays: Cardio aerobics free ( a small donation is appreciated), Plazuela Zaragoza, 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. ♦ Monday night market (food ++) at La Chupiteria, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Vendors, including Cocina Linda Lee, are registered with the tax department.
Tuesdays:  Yoga, free, please bring your own mat and water, Plazuela Zaragoza, 8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m. ♦ Cocina Linda Lee will be at the Saloon market from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. This business is registered with the tax department.  ♦Al-Anon meeting from 11:15 a.m. for one hour, at La Mision, Camaron Sabolo #306, between the DQ and OXXO store, last door on the left.♦ Taller de Teatro para ninos, 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. Plazuela Zaragoza and English Conversation Club, 5 p.m – 6 p.m.  ♦ BE BILINGUAL! SE BILINGUE! – here’s a chance to practice your Spanish and English in a social easy going setting for free. Light one-on-one conversations for seven minutes, then you switch languages. Rico’s Cafe in the GZ, 6 p.m. For more details and to sign up on line, please click here.
Wednesdays: Cardio Aerobics, free (a small donation is appreciated), Plazuela Zaragoza, 8 a.m. – 10 p.m.♦ Twisted Mama’s Market, noon – 3 p.m. Food glorious food, pies of all kinds and many other delicious dishes. Rotisserie chickens too! Call ahead, 669 129 202 to make a request or to reserve your favourite apple/blackberry/blueberry pie, or e: twisted_mamas@hotmail.com . Twisted Mama’s is registered with the tax department. ♦ Cocina Linda Lee will be at the Por Qué No Market from noon until 3:30 p.m. This business is registered with the tax department. ♦ Taller de Pintura y Dibujo/ painting and drawing lessons. Teachers are devoting their time to instruct, please bring materials – pencils, pens, water colours, it’s free but a small donation is welcome – 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. Plazuela Zaragoza
Thursdays: Yoga, free,  Plazuela Zaragoza, 8:30  a.m.  (bring water, mat) ♦ Al-Anon meeting from 11:15 a.m. for one hour, at La Mision , Camaron Sabolo #306, between the DQ and OXXO store, last door on the left. ♦ Tardes de Danzón/dancing evenings) learn, or just dance, free, 5 -7 p.m., Plazuela Zaragoza
Fridays:  Latinos y Flamenco/ Flamenco and “latin” dances taught by  guest dancers or by Citalilli Igelesias, free, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Plazuela Zaragoza  ♦ AA meeting, closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, every Friday at noon, Melville Hotel, contact 981 0149, or 669 107 6931 or e mail: maltese@shaw.ca for more information.
Saturdays:  Mazatlan’s Farmer’s Market/Mercado Orgánico, in Centro’s Zaragoza Park/Square, 8 a.m. – noon ♦ The arts and crafts bazaar in the Plazuela Machado. Original designs,jewellery, purses,  – it’s a super shopping spot from  5 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Sundays: Atardecer Musical/Musical afternoons, Plazuela Zaragoza, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. (singers bring back-up music) you’ll hear some “amazing voices.”  Small donation for the chairs.

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