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Marbella Family Fun Weekly Newsletter -- October 18, 2013
October 17, 2013
Marbella Family Fun update - Friday October 18, 2013
* English movie listings
This is the listing for movies that are playing in Marbella and on the Costa del Sol in English from Friday October 18th until Thursday October 24th.
Cines Gran Marbella Puerto Banus: UNFORTUNATELY, THE CINES GRAN MARBELLA HAS NOT UPDATED ITS WEBSITE AT TIME OF PUBLICATION. WE WILL UPDATE THE ENGLISH MOVIE LISTING PAGE ON OUR WEBSITE AS SOON AS WE POSSIBLY CAN. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.
Fuengirola Cinesur Miramar:
Plaza Mayor Malaga:
TIP: During holidays, or if you are traveling far, you may want to call the cinema before you go to confirm. It is not unusual for cinemas in Spain to change their schedules midweek or not update their own websites. Click here to find movie times and locations...
* Wing Chun Marbella
Whether you want to improve your fitness, speed, strength or flexibility, you must try Wing Chun. These classes for adults and older children are highly recommended. Professional teaching and a great bunch of committed students. Click here to read more…
* Duck n Dive Swim School
Just because summer is over doesn't mean you have to stop swimming. Duck n Dive swim school runs all year long and teaches an important skill that all children (and adults) should have. There are a few spaces left in the Marbella class schedule, so call now to reserve your spot. Swimming is a skill that just may save your child's life. Click here to read more…
TIP: Courses offered in Cancelada, Marbella, Coin, Fuengirola and Calahonda.
* Zoroastro catering
For your next holiday meal or dinner party contact Zoroastro catering to take care of the menu. Exotic homemade Persian cooking will really wow your guests and you don't need to lift a finger!
We have heard many great things about Zoroastro, so you won’t be disappointed. Click here to read more…
TIP: Zoroastro only uses fresh biological products.
* Halloween costume shopping
One parent's experience costume shopping in Marbella. A funny story with great tips. ”I´ve been asking my kids for weeks what they want to be for Halloween and I only got an answer from one of them today. The reason why it takes so long for them to decide is because so much of it depends on what their friends are going as. I miss the long gone days when my kids planned out their Halloween costume months in advance in anticipation of the great Candy Day.” Click here to read more…
* Looking for tutor for half term
One of our readers is looking for a recommendation and asks, ”A qualified teacher is required for tutoring primary school children at home during English Holidays. Experienced in Year 2 required. 17th of 27th of October 2013. Morning or after end afternoon/after school hours.”
If you have someone you can recommend, please add to our growing list. Or if you think this is for you, contact Muriel ASAP. Click here to read more...
* Business networking event
Costa Women’s quarterly Business Networking event will be with Vanessa Vallely - Founder of the Networking site - wearethecity.com. Vanessa Vallely is a recognized expert in person-to-person business networking, online branding and a sought after motivational speaker. She is regarded as one of the most well networked women in and out of the City of London and is passionate about sharing her know-how and experiences with others. Click here to read more…
* San Pedro Fair
The Feria de San Pedro 2013 is in full swing at the fairgrounds in San Pedro. We have posted the schedule for you to browse through and see what’s on. This is an event that the whole family can enjoy and something you don’t want to miss! Click here to read more…
TIP: Click here to find out what to expect.
* Prado Halcones Restaurant
Our favorite restaurant critic Morris Bishop is back and writes another review of one of his fine dining experiences at Prado Halcones Restaurant. ”First things first, MAKE A BOOKING, because that’s the only way you’ll be sure of getting a table. This is October after all, and the central terrace was full, with second sittings yet to come! “ Click here to read more…
TIP: Check out the Restaurant Guide for more family friendly restaurants in Marbella.
* Cure Diva
We recently discovered an incredibly powerful website for breast cancer victims and survivors. CureDiva.com is the first ever personalized lifestyle solutions online shop for women facing Breast Cancer. CureDiva offers a one-of-a-kind high-end shopping and community platform that provides women at every breast cancer treatment phase with all of their lifestyle needs. Click here to read more…
* Halloween events in Marbella
Check out what's going on for the kids for Halloween. Parties, prizes, costume contests, entertainment and loads of good fun on the Costa del Sol! Click here to read more…
TIP If you have an event to promote, tell us about it!
* Nanny/Housekeeper looking for work
One of our readers is looking for extra work for her nanny for whom she has very nice things to say: ”Our nanny Almira has been working with us the last 3 years, and since our son will be going to school from now on, she would like to offer her services and experience to another family in the morning. She will keep on working with us in the afternoon.”
* Calasanz Woman
Calasanz Woman is offering a very exclusive treatment by Kerastase VIP Rituals. This luxurious capillary treatment gives the most magical results and care for your hair than ever before.
Take home a post-salon at home care system after your treatment when you mention Marbella Family Fun. Free with any hair treatment. Limited time offer until supply lasts. Click here to read more…
TIP: Our family has been faithful clients for the last 15 years!
* Marbella restaurants
On holiday and looking for a great place to eat that the whole family will enjoy? Take a look at some of our family favorites on the Costa del Sol. There is plenty to choose from. Click here to read more…
* Ferias in Spain
Every year each city in Spain holds a fair or "feria", which is usually a week long celebration that takes place in city squares or fairgrounds and is a big part of the social and religious calendar. Fairs are particularly popular in the Spring and early Summer when the weather is more temperate. Festivities in a fair vary from city to city but usually include a parade, outdoor parties with food, drink and dancing, music concerts, rides for older and younger children, fireworks and dance performances. Click here to read more…
TIP: Check out the schedule for the San Pedro Fair.
* Marbella in a day
If you only have a day to see the sights in Marbella, then follow our Marbella Tour Guide - a list of the top things for you to see and do. Since Marbella is a small town with little traffic, having a vehicle should enable you to see all of Marbella´s main sights in a single day. Click here to read more…
* Advertise with us
Does your business need a boost? Looking for a way to promote your family friendly business? Consider advertising with MarbellaFamilyFun.com to reach the audience you need. We have a wide variety of packages to choose from to list and promote your business. Contact us if you would like to meet up or have any questions: 609 790 305. Click here to read more…
Thank you... and see you next Friday.
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