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Marbella Family Fun Daily Newsletter -- November 19, 2010
November 19, 2010

Marbella Family Fun update - Friday November 19, 2010

We send out our Marbella Family Fun newsletter on a weekly basis on Fridays always with the English movie listings.

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* English movie listings

These are the listing for movies that are playing in Marbella and on the Coast in English from Friday November 19th until Thursday November 25th. If you would like to receive regular updates on original version movies playing locally, please sign up to our newsletter.

Cinema Gran Marbella:
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part I)

Fuengirola Miramar:
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part I)

Plaza Mayor Malaga:
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part I)

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* Andalucia nature walk through Parque Natural de las Sierras de Tejeda on Saturday and Sunday

Registration is open for a special hike this weekend of November 20th and 21st in the Parque Natural de las Sierras de Tejeda, Alhama and Almijara. The hike starts at the local road that joins Almuñecar with Granada and goes down a gorge of the Río Verde. Halfway through the hike you will be able to gaze at the famous petrified trees. Lodging is provided at the Centro de Educación Ambiental Huerto Alegre (Environmental Education Center) where full room and board are provided.

On Sunday November 21st the hike goes up to Cerro Lopera where you can view a major part of the Nature Park.

This hike costs 50 euros and includes transportation, accident insurance, guides, lodging, and full board.

In order to participate in either of these hikes it is absolutely necessary to register with the Environmental delegation by calling 95 276 57 24. Click on the link for more information. Click here to read more...

* Hike from Marbella to Ronda

One of our readers managed to hike through the mountains from Marbella to Ronda. Read his experience here: "A few days ago I decided to investigate how to hike from San Pedro to Ronda. I started climbing the forest track next to la Quinta which leads to the Castaño Santo, a century old chestnut tree some 15 km away from La Quinta." Click here to read more...

* Marbella Christmas shopping season

It´s that time of year again when we need to start thinking about our holiday shopping. Christmas decorations are already out at La Cañada shopping mall and everyone is getting in the spirit...and we´re only in mid-November!

If you´re new to Marbella and not sure where to head out to get some shopping done, then see our quick reference to all the major shopping venues. My personal favorite is La Cañada shopping center and I love to pick up stocking-stuffers and souvenirs at the San Pedro street market. Click here to read more...

* Arcángel performs at Flamenco Jazz Festival in Malaga

Arcángel will be performing this Saturday for the Flamenco Jazz Festival 2010 in Malaga at the Teatro Albéniz.

The fusion of flamenco jazz combines the freshness of jazz improvisation with irresistible gypsy charm. The magic, art, feelings, and spirituality are its features and they are converted into a style for everyone to enjoy. Click here to read more...

* Gastronomy week in Mijas

Enjoy an experience with food at the 20th Week of Gastronomy in Mijas taking place from November 24th to the 26th. This three day event, organized by the foreigner´s department of Mijas Town Hall, starts everyday at 6:30pm and lasts until 11:00pm at the CIO Mijas, La Cala, Mijas Costa (Ctra. A7, Km. 201). Click here to read more...

* Puppet show at Picasso Museum

The kids will love the puppet show "Circ-Cabaret Armando Risotto" at Malaga Picasso Museum taking place November 28th 2010 at 12:00pm. This one hour show is part of the museum´s Children at the Picasso program. Click here to read more...

* Bouncers mommy & me playtime

If you´re looking for a place to play with your baby or toddler, socialize with other moms and moms-to-be, and have fun with other like-minded parents in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, then join the group Bouncers at Aloha Gardens in Marbella. Click here to read more...

* New Years Eve at the Don Carlos Hotel

Celebrate the new year at the Don Carlos Hotel New Years Eve Gala 2010 on December 31st starting at 8:30pm. Say farewell to the year as you never imagined, in a place where illusion becomes reality. Click here to read more...

* CRECE Charity football tournament

Join the fun at the CRECE charity football tournament in Marbella on Sunday November 21st starting at 10:00am. This 2nd memorial Juan Muñoz "Juanillo" will take place at the football pitch Vigil de Quiñones and includes: Click here to read more...

* Free guided tours at Picasso Museum

Every Wednesday at 11:30am the Malaga Picasso Museum is offering free guided tours in English which is included with the price of admission. If you speak Spanish or would like to improve your Spanish, then attend the free guided tour of the museum on Tuesdays at 6:00pm and 7:00pm or on Saturdays at 1:00pm, 6:00pm and 7:00pm. There are also guided tours for visitors with special needs. Click here to read more...

* Free kids classes at Princess Studios

Come to Princess Studios for an 'Awesome Autumn'. We have amazing new classes with new instructors, more of your favourite classes from Donna & Shaffik, plus some FREE classes for you to try!

Mention "Kids November Newsletter" when you come to reception and receive the following classes for free (one of each class for free, per child). Valid until 31.12.10. Click here to read more...

* Trip to Madrid from Marbella

Our family had a lovely trip to Madrid from Marbella a few weeks ago and I think some of our experiences would be a bit helpful for our readers who may be thinking of a trip to Madrid. Click here to read more...

* Flamenco in Four Seasons

On Saturday November 20th at 5:30pm take the kids to see Flamenco en Cuatro Estaciones (Flamenco in Four Seasons) at the Teatro Ciudad de Marbella (Marbella City Theater). This show will display live flamenco acts and is appropriate for children 5 years old and older. Click here to read more...

* Father Christmas at Lions Club Christmas Fair

La Cala Lions Club will be meeting on Sunday November 21st at the Tamisa Golf Hotel for a Christmas bazaar. Lots of stalls, entertainment and food, as well as a special guest - Father Christmas! He will be in his grotto from 11:30am to 5:00pm, so bring the kids and have a wonderful lunch for only 15 euros. Click here to read more...

* Charity Golf tournament in Marbella

Marbella Ladies Golfing Association charity golf day will be held at Rio Real Golf Club on Sunday 21st November 2010. Shotgun start at 9.30 am. Registration from 8.30 am. Open to both men and women in a Pairs Better-ball Format. Individuals can play and we will pair you up. Click here to read more...

* The Flamenco Beat playing on Sunday

On Sunday November 21st at 12:30pm take the kids to see Al compás flamenco (The Flamenco Beat) at the Centro Cultural El Ingenio in San Pedro de Alcántara. This show is intended to bring flamenco to the children and their parents and is especially adapted for children aged 6 - 12. Click here to read more...

* Kids birthday parties at Princess Studios

If you are looking for a unique & unforgettable party experience for your child, look no further than Princess Studios! Our popular party package consists of a one hour specially choreographed dance routine to the birthday girl or boy's favourite pop song. The choreography will be taught by a Princess Studio's dance instructor. Click here to read more...

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Thank you... and see you soon.
Marbella Family

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