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Marbella Family Fun Weekly Newsletter -- April 25, 2013
April 25, 2013
Marbella Family Fun update - Friday April 26, 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 April 26th until Thursday May 2nd.
Cines Gran Marbella Puerto Banus:
Fuengirola Cinesur Miramar:
Plaza Mayor Malaga:
* Calpe summer camp
Kids aged 3 to 11 will have a ball at the Calpe summer camp where they can learn arts & crafts, science experiments, I.C.T tasks, team games, cooking, water play and so much more. The camp runs all throughout July and spaces are limited, so sign up today! Click here to read more...
* Flat Six Cafe
Flat Six Cafe is one of those places you just have to stop into for one of the best coffees in town, an English breakfast, Spanish tapas, or watch the latest football match in a fun and child friendly environment. Click here to read more…
TIP: Located right across the church near the Nueva Campana poligono.
* Wing Chun Marbella
Kids and adults love Wing Chun classes where you learn how to overcome force with turning and positioning as opposed to meeting a force head on. Learn how to be successful in whatever conflict situation you find yourself in, by the most efficient means possible. This is effective stuff and the group is an amazing force. Just read these testimonials! Click here to read more…
* Glow Wellness and Fitness
If you're looking for a new place to workout or need a gym during your holidays, consider Glow Wellness and Fitness Club. Not only is it really well located in Puerto Banus, right near the beach, but they've got some really professional trainers with a wide variety of classes. The gym is super clean and recently renovated with a gorgeous indoor pool. First week is free! Check it out. Click here to read more…
TIP: Glow instructor Juan Alberto just participated last week in the Gran Fondo del Aljarafe Race near Sevilla. A 40km run in 2 hours 55 minutes got him 16th place. His next challenge? 101km run in Ronda May 11.
* Horseriding in Benahavis
One of our readers is looking for a recommendation and asks, ”Can anyone recommend a horse riding stable that does trekking around Benahavis? Thank you!”
We would love to hear from you if you live in this area (just 15 minutes from Marbella) and have a suggestion. Click here to read more...
* Costa Women charity event
Fun, Frivolity and Fund raising for Bancosol Alimentos charity is lined up for the next social Costa Women event, It’s Raining Men. Organised by Lisa Marie Robinson, Umami Restaurant in San Pedro will host a buffet dinner on Tuesday 30th April 2013 at 7.30 pm. Sixty Women will gather together to be entertained by the singing voices of Frank Skott, Chris Kallis and Dru Chapman. Then Mike Laroy (DJ Mikey) will be mixing some wonderful soul and funk music. Click here to read more…
* Family car for sale
Excellent Family Car for Sale for only 3.900 €. Listing is in Spanish but owner speaks English. You can contact Brenda Quinones at +34 617 577 099 with questions or through the website below. Click here to read more...
* Labor Day
Labor Day is a national holiday on Wednesday May 1st. Most businesses and schools are closed, so make sure you get your shopping done and errands run ahead of time. Click here to read more…
TIP: If you are flying in that day or have an emergency, find what you need at Opencor shops. They are open 365 days a year.
* Family Fun day at Rancho del Rio
Enjoy a family fun day at Rancho del Rio on Sunday April 28. Featured activities during the course of the day, starting at 11am will be - Egg hunt, Decorated egg competition (bring your ready decorated eggs with you), Pony rides, Bouncy Castle, Coconut Shy, Candy Floss, Cake stall, Books, BBQ & Refreshments, Medieval Style Fancy Dress, Mounted Jousting competition (RDR students only). Prizes for Best Decorated egg competition, (under 7's. 7 's-11's . 12's-18's & adults) BBQ , drinks & snacks, Bouncy Castle, & of course Pony rides. Click here to read more…
TIP: Ranch del Rio is located next to the River Guadalhorce, five minutes out of Cártama on the road to Pizarra. It is about a twenty minute drive from the coast and Málaga airport and 45 minutes from Marbella.
* Monologues at Flat Six
Enjoy a fun evening of comedy at Flat Six Cafe with a series of monologues in Spanish by Laura Ortiz on Friday April 26 from 9:30pm. More monologues will be presented at Flat Six in English this summer! Click here to read more…
* Finca El Forjador Casares
We love the reviews we receive from our favorite restaurant critic Morris Bishop! This time he’s been up in Casares again at Finca El Forjador. Have you been here too? Read what Morris has to say and let us know what you think too. We are always happy to receive reviews of new places to wine and dine at. Click here to read more…
TIP: Send us your restaurant review here.
* Artisan market San Pedro
Mercado Pirata - Pirate Market (not in the sense of fakes) - will be held in San Pedro near La Taberna del Alabardero restaurant starting May 1 to 5 then every weekend after that until October. Find local arts and crafts, entertainment for the kids and much more. Click here to read more…
* Kids charity fun day
Sunday April 28th take the kids to the Palacio de Congresos in Marbella for the charitable event Juegos de Toda la Vida starting at 12:00pm. Enjoy a full day of fun with games, juggling workshops, painting, make-up, balloon twisting, bracelet making workshop, contests, and a large market and a bar with tapas and drinks. This event is in aid of the special needs group CRECE. Click here to read more…
* Looking for saxophonist
One of our readers is looking for a saxophonist to play at a wedding in June. Is there anyone you can recommend? Reply to this newsletter or send us your recommendation with contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will forward it on.
* Be vigilant!
Just a reminder to our holiday makers and locals to always keep an eye out on your personal belongings when you are out and about. Pickpocketing is commonplace here, particularly during high season. Try leaving your passports, drivers license, extra cash and other valuables in your hotel room safe or apartment if it’s not absolutely necessary. Never hang your handbag over the back of your chair and just remain generally vigilant (not paranoid!) when in shopping malls, parking lots and other high traffic areas.
We hope you never have to, but just in case, this is how you report a crime in Marbella
* 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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