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Marbella Family Fun Weekly Newsletter -- January 6, 2012
January 06, 2012
Marbella Family Fun update - Friday January 6, 2011
* English movie listings
This is the listing for movies that are playing in Marbella and on the Coast in English from Friday January 6th until Thursday January 12th.
Cines Gran Marbella Puerto Banus
Plaza Mayor Malaga:
* Happy Three Kings Day
Today, January 6th Spain celebrates Three Kings Day known as el día de Los Reyes. The holiday celebrates the visit of the Three Kings to worship and bring gifts to the new-born Jesus Christ. In Spain, it has traditionally been the most important day that culminates the ¨Christmas¨ holidays. Click here to read more...
TIP: Keep in mind that most businesses are closed today! If you have an emergency, try Opencor stores.
* Roscon de Reyes
Roscon de Reyes is a traditional Spanish cake that is eaten either the night before or on the day of Los Reyes (Three Kings Day). It is baked with several surprises inside the cake such as a porcelain figure. So, take care when serving this to little ones Click here to read more...
* Roscon de Reyes tasting
The Palacio de Ferias y Congresos in Marbella will be hosting a tasting of a giant Roscon de Reyes cake this Sunday January 8, 2012 . This is a great chance to get a taste of this traditional cake for only 1 euro. Click here to read more...
* Half off at Galaxia playcenter
On Friday January 6th GALAXIA playcenter in Guadalmina is having a great promotion of 50% off the entry price all day. There will also be a magical story telling corner and some visits from your favorite characters. Don't miss out! Galaxia is open from 11 am til 8:30pm. Click here to read more...
* Arts and crafts for children
Transform water bottles, toilet paper tubes, shampoo bottles and egg cartons into wonderful fish, flowers, handbags, various animals, boats and cars. Classes are offered by Marbella Art and Craft for Children. Click here to read more...
* Spanish classes in Marbella
One of our readers asks, ”Someone has mentioned that Spanish language classes are held at the city hall in Marbella (I beleive) or other town. Looking for enrollment info, days and times of classes."
We have posted some recommendations, so check it out if you are committed to learning Spanish this year. If you have a teacher or school to recommend, please add to the list! Click here to read more...
* Marbella Preschools
One of our readers asks, ”Marbella and surrounding area's preschool for 4 year old English speaking boy. English or Spanish school?
I would welcome any information on Marbella preschools and kindergarten both English and Spanish. Is there are any official schools rating in Marbella? does anyone has a link? I would also like to know if there are any help provided (like social workers)for English speaking children to help with adaptation and learn Spanish?
If you were in the same situation, please share your story.
Any information is truly APPRECIATED!.”
We received some great recommendations for our reader. If you have a preschool to recommend, please add to the list and share your experience. Click here to read more...
* Swan Lake
On Sunday, January 8, at 19:00, the Theatre 'Ciudad de Marbella' will host the Moscow Ballet who will perform "The Swan Lake." Entrance, at a price of 25 euros, can be purchased through El Corte Ingles department store and in the box office.Click here to read more…
* El Niño Lottery
Today El Niño lottery is drawn. El Niño, literally meaning the little one, is a slightly smaller draw celebrated on January 6th, the Three Kings Day. It represents a second chance for people missing out on El Gordo lottery (Dec 22), and will occupy most TV channel broadcast during the midday draw. Click here to read more…
Thank you... and see you next Friday.
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