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Marbella Family Fun Weekly Newsletter -- September 23, 2011
September 23, 2011
Marbella Family Fun update - Friday September 23, 2011
* English movie listings
These are the listing for movies that are playing in Marbella and on the Coast in English from Friday September 23rd until Thursday September 29th.
Cines Gran Marbella Puerto Banus
Plaza Mayor Malaga:
* Performance opportunities for the kids
Last Saturday I took my daughter to try out two interesting classes offered by Julie Curran - a qualified drama teacher from the UK who has been preparing students for the LAMDA exams for the last 9 years.
The first is the Estepona Youth Theatre group, which is organizing a performance of a Christmas Wizard of Oz in December. The second is a training program offered to children who are interested in taking the LAMDA exam (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art).
We need just a few more students to join the group, so come on in to give it a try. Click here to read more...
* Kit car manufacturers in Spain
One of our readers asks: “I have built a couple of kit cars in the UK & now in my later years I would like to build one more before I hand in my spanners as it were. Are there any kit car manufacturers in Spain/Andalucia?”
If you´re a hobby enthusiast and can answer this question, please click on the link below and add your comment. Click here to read more...
* Elliot George foundation charity walk
The Elliot George foundation is organising a fun day our for the whole family on Sunday September 25th. This year they are incorporating a children's sponsored walk into the event. The main event will be taking place at Bar Los Arcos and Benavista Bowling club Benavista on Sunday 25th September. Click here to read more...
* Halloween party at the Multisports Club
The Multisports Club is already gearing up for the Halloween season and is organizing a party for the kids with a Harry Potter bouncy castle, apple bobbing face painting, best costume contests and more. Mark your calendars for this fun event! Click here to read more...
* Still looking for Laude uniforms
Some of us are still scrambling for a few more bits of the school uniform. This mom needs some help and asks: “I am looking for a size 12/14 blazer for my 12 year old son for Laude school, & would be interested in other pieces of uniform in his size.” Blazers are so costly, if you´ve got a secondhand one around, pass it on…you can make a few euro as you go too! Click here to read more...
* What to do when the rain falls
It´s still too early to talk about the rain, because we have certainly been having gorgeous weather all September, but one of our readers is planning ahead and would like to share some pointers to those of you who have holiday rental properties in Spain. Read this interesting article to get a few tips on how to prepare your property to keep your holiday guests happy when the weather goes sour. Click here to read more...
* Free dance classes at Princess Studios
Princess Studios Marbella is offering Dance & Performing Arts Classes For Kids & Teens, September 2011. To launch their awesome autumn classes for kids & teens they are offering FREE taster classes on Saturday September 24. Check the schedule to see what´s offered. Click here to read more...
* Free entry to the Picasso Museum
The last Sunday of every month means FREE entry to the Picasso Museum in Malaga. So if you´re heading downtown, be sure to spend some time at this small, but entertaining museum…you´ve got nothing to lose! Read our review before you head out. Click here to read more...
* Marbella Half Marathon
The 26th edition of the Marbella Half Marathon is taking place in Marbella starting at the Puerto Deportivo (Sport Port) and ending at the same place on the Paseo Maritimo in Marbella. Click here to read more...
* Marbella artisanal market
Stroll through the orange blossoms on Sundays at the Marbella artisanal market "Bajo los naranjos" (Under the oranges) on Orange Square in Marbella Old Town
The market takes place every and offers 22 different hand made artisanal products including paintings, sculptures, ceramics, clothing, accessories, glass art, jewelry and perfumes. Click here to read more...
* After school activities
The kids are now settled in school and we´re all now scrambling to find afterschool activities to keep them engaged, learning and still have fun. If you´re not sure what´s out there, take a look at our quick list of activities to give you some inspiration. There´s something for everyone! And read the reviews (or add to them) to get more details. Click here to read more...
* Last weekend for the water parks
Most water parks are closing for October, so this weekend is your last chance to get the kids out for the last hurrah! We took the kids last weekend so happy to find the park half empty. There were no lines, so the kids had full reign to go up and down the slides to their heart´s content. Check out which water parks are out there in our list of Attractions. Click here to read more...
* New eco adventure park opens
Yesterday, the mayor of Marbella inaugurated the opening of Aventura Amazonia - new eco-adventure park in the Las Chapas of Marbella. This 120,000 square meter park combines the concepts outdoor recreation, adventure, education on respect for nature and physical activity fun.
Aventura Amazon offers 73 different attractions with bridges, jumps, zip lines and ladders in between the trees in the forest area. There are also 20 zip lines in eight different adventure tours. It also boasts the largest zip line in Andalusia at 240 meters with a speed of 60 km / h! Click here to read more...
* Fuengirola Zoo special offer
Head to the Fuengirola Zoo this weekend and pay only €11 (usually €16 for the adult ticket). This offer lasts only till the end of September, so this the last weekend for this special offer.
If you´ve been to this zoo before, we would love to hear about your experience, so please share it with us send us your comments. Our readers will appreciate it. Click here to read more about the Fuengirola Zoo...
* Community pools on the Costa del Sol
One of our readers asks, “I am looking for polideportivos that are in the Marbella to Fuengirola area. I don´t want to join a private gym. I just want to go and swim a few days a week. Anyone know where I can find a list? “
We just got this question and are building a list, but if you have a pool in your area, please let us know about it. We may miss one or two! Click here to read more...
Thank you... and see you next Friday.
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