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Marbella Family Fun Weekly Newsletter -- February 25, 2011
February 25, 2011
Marbella Family Fun update - Friday February 25, 2011
* English movie listings
These are the listing for movies that are playing in Marbella and on the Coast in English from Friday February 25th until Thursday March 3rd.
Cinema Gran Marbella:
Plaza Mayor Malaga:
* Oddmund Berger - Everyone Communicates - Few Connect!
Family Siesta are happy to announce that they are holding their 5th seminar with Oddmund Berger on March 12, 2011 and would like to welcome you, your friends, family and colleagues to join them!
The topic this time will be: "Everyone Communicates - Few Connect!" Oddmund Berger will be talking about the importance of communication, and how the right way of communicating will help you connect with people on a sub-conscious level, not only on an intellectual level. Click here to read more...
* Music and movement classes for kids in Marbella
Marbella Art and Culture department is offering classes on music and movement for children aged 3 to 6 to be held on Wednesday afternoons. These one hour classes will take place in Marbella at Sede (headquarters) de Arte y Cultura on Avenida de José Luís Morales y Marín, local 17 (Miraflores neighborhood). Click here to read more...
* Choosing a summer camp
One of our readers asks: "I have two children that need to learn to read speak speanish ages 7 and 9 We are from California I will like for them to go for two weeks."
We´ve given our best advice. Maybe you would like to add to it...or are interested in what Marbella has to offer this summer? Click here to read more...
* Andalucia Day on Monday
On Monday February 28th the region of Andalusia is celebrating Andalusia day (Dia de Andalucia) and many businesses and schools will be closed. Check out the opening hours of anywhere you go to make sure they are open before you head out. Click here to read more...
* Bus and taxi information
One of our readers asks: "Me and my family (5 in total) will be traveling from San Pedro to Ojen and back again for 5 days in July (my children will be at a summer camp there) we will need to be there at 10.00 and they finish at 12.30 is there a bus service or will we need to book a taxi and if so how much (est) will it be?"
We´ve given our best advice, but maybe you have something to say about it? Click here to read more...
* School uniforms
One of our readers is offering a "Full uniform for a 16 year old girls (size 10) at Kings College Madrid and Sotogrande international school." Click here if you are interested...
* Marbella adventure holiday
If you´re planning a trip to Marbella for Spring or summertime and prefer a more adventurous holiday, take a look at our section on Sports to see what Marbella has to offer. There is plenty to do here on the coast from sailing to hiking to canyoning. Click here to read more...
* Spanish cookbooks
If you enjoy Spanish food and would like to learn how to prepare it, take a look at some of our recommended cookbooks on Spanish cooking. There´s something to satisfy everyone´s palate. Yum! Click here to read more...
* Marbella news
Keep up with all the news articles on Marbella in our section on News. There is loads of interesting information related to Marbella and the Costa del Sol. It´s a great way to stay on top of local news and events. Click here to read more...
* Family fitness on Saturdays
Emanuel (Manu) Poggio, a qualified fitness instructor, and his team are leading a group of parents and their children in fun weekend family fitness days on the beach every Saturday. The second one-hour session will continue this Saturday February 26 at 10:00am. The group meets at the beach bar La Pesquera San Pedro de Alcantara on the San Pedro boardwalk dressed in comfortable sports gear. What better way to start the weekend with the kids? Click here to read more...
* Marbella Artisanal Market
On February 27, 2011 Marbella Town Hall organizes its first artisanal market "Bajo los naranjos" (Under the oranges) on Orange Square in Marbella Old Town in an effort to bring more tourism to the historical district on Sundays. Click here to read more...
* Marbella Carnival starts Saturday
The Marbella Carnival 2011 starts tomorrow and lasts until March 13. Loads of entertainment for the whole family including kids parties, tastings of local delicacies, sporting events and more. Click here to read more...
* San Pedro kids fair on Saturday
Don´t miss the First Kids Fair in San Pedro de Alcántara on February 26 - 28 at the Carpa Municipal de San Pedro (Municipal Tent) from 11:00am to 8:00pm. Fun for the whole family including children´s entertainment, workshops, capoeira, bouncy castles, market, dancing and much more. For more information contact Silvia Kessels at Marbella Parties on 609 574 555 or 665 572 127.
* Free entrance to Picasso Museum
The last Sunday of every month means FREE entry to the Picasso Museum in Malaga. Click here to read more...
* Free guided walks
Marbella Town Hall´s Youth Delegation is offering walks throughout the mountains of Malaga province specially geared towards teenagers and young adults aged between 14 and 35. The walks titled "Ruta Joven" (Young Route) are completely free of charge and take place between the months of February and April.
Sunday, February 27: "Torcal de Antequera" Itinerary: Different routes (red - yellow - green) Difficulty: Easy Click here to read more...
* Family Theater in Marbella on Sunday
The Marbella culture delegation is announcing a theater and dance program titled “Llevo a mis papás al teatro” ("I take my parents to the theater") which is a series of shows geared towards children and parents offering theater the whole family to enjoy.
This Sunday at 12:30pm - La Maquiné: "La Encina" (The Machine: "The Holm Oak"). Recommended for children age 3+ and families. Entrance 5 euros. Location: Centro Cultural El Ingenio San Pedro. Click here to read more...
Thank you... and see you next Friday.
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