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Marbella Family Fun Weekly Newsletter -- March 25, 2011
March 25, 2011
Marbella Family Fun update - Friday March 25, 2011
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* English movie listings
These are the listing for movies that are playing in Marbella and on the Coast in English from Friday March 25th until Thursday March 31st.
Cinema Gran Marbella:
Plaza Mayor Malaga:
* Daylight savings starts Sunday
Don´t forget to turn your clocks forward late on Saturday night for daylight savings time. The clocks in Spain and the rest of Europe (except Turkey) will move forward at 1:00am to 2:00am on Sunday, March 27, 2011. So unless you´re out partying till the wee hours on Saturday night, then you might just want to move that clock forward one hour just before you hit the pillow.
Remember the expression to not get confused which way to set the clock. "Spring forward, Fall back"
* The Jeans Factory Marbella Outlet
The Jeans Factory Marbella Outlet is a great place to find designer jeans and clothing on the Costa del Sol. They have all the top brands like Levi´s, Diesel, Ed Hardy, Miss Sixty, B.T Jeans, Moschino, Prada, Tommy Hilfiger and more all at real factory outlet prices.
I just got myself a great pair of B.T. jeans at a fraction of the cost of what I would pay anywhere else. Next, I´ve got my eye on the Juicy Couture sweatsuits! Click here to read more...
* Calpe School
If you´re thinking of changing schools, or looking for one in the San Pedro area, why not consider Calpe School? It´s an international school with British National Curriculum for kids 2 ½ to 11. It has a proven record of preparing children to a high academic standard in a stable and caring environment. Also, they can provide special needs support if required. They have got a summer school program too! Click here to read more...
* Looking for Marbella nurseries
One of our readers asks: “Does anybody know of a nursery in the centre of Marbella where I could drop off my 15 month old just once a week?“
We´ve tracked down a few recommendations, but maybe you have your own? Please help out a fellow reader and let us know if you´re happy with your nursery. Click here to read more...
* Easter egg hunt in Coin
Please come along to our Easter Egg Hunt 2011 in Coin on Sunday 17th April at Polideportivo El Naciemiento (near Ciudad Del Cine) Coín from 1:00pm to 5:00pm.
We will be meeting at 1pm with some games for the children (please note some of the games may not be suitable for very young children as they may not understand them, but all ages are welcome and there will be colouring in for the younger ones). Click here to read more...
* Family fun in La Linea/Gibraltar area
One of our readers asks: “My sister and brother will be joining me in La Linea and I have to plan some fun in April. maybe you could assist me with some offers?”
There are plenty of things to see and do outside of Marbella. We´ve organized a short excursion for this family with plenty of things to choose from. Check it out if you´ll be in that area or add some of your favorite places to it. Click here to read more...
* Summer 2011 in Marbella with kids
Another reader needs guidance and asks: “We will be spending June 2011 in San Pedro and have 2 children 5 year old boy & 3.5 year old girl. Can you please recommend some activities & areas to visit to keep them entertained!! “
We´ve come up with loads of activities and ways to spend their summer, so take a look. Let us know if you have some recommendations too! Click here to read more...
* Saturdays at the printmaking museum
The Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo (Museum of Contemporary Spanish Printmaking) is holding a special event titled "Saturdays at the Museum" that includes a session on printmaking and Pop-up Art. This event led by Salvador Morales will be held on Saturday March 26, 2011 from 10:30am to 1:30pm. Click here to read more...
* Looking for clowns and magicians
Wow! What a load of responses we got for Pom Pom the Clown on this readers question: “I'm hoping that somebody could help me locate a clown or magician available for a child's birthday party on Saturday 9th April for a couple of hours.” Click here to read more...
* Alice in Mamma Mia Land musical
'Alice in Mamma Mia Land' (Alicia en el Pais de Mamma Mia) is showing in Marbella at the Blackbox Theatre every Saturday at 5.30pm in March, April and May.
This show is played in Spanish, however lots of song and dance lifts any language barriers, particularly for children. This is a fantastic, fun packed musical for the whole family, that includes all of your favourite Abba songs. Click here to read more...
* Looking for actors and actresses
One of our readers is organizing the English version of Alice in Mamma Mia Land playing at the Black Box Theater in Marbella and asks: “I have been given the role of directing and performing in the next English show and feel this musical would be perfect to do. I am looking for budding actors or actresses who have a passion for theatre, who love to act, sing and dance and would relish the opportunity to be involved. If this person is you or you know of someone, I would love to hear from you.” Click here to read more...
* Kudo Academies in Marbella
Marbella Family Fun would like to congratulate everyone at Kudo Academies who passed their belt gradings/exams this week! Kudo is the best martial arts studio on the coast with the most inspirational teachers. Watch this clip to get an idea of what the kids do. Click here to see the clip and read more...
* Emotional Freedom Techniques
One of our readers, Amanda Gachot is a registered, certified Hypnotherapist and Master NLP Practitioner. She has recently posted a great offer: “I am looking for 5 clients to work with FREE OF CHARGE.Do you suffer from: Fears, Phobias, Anxiety, Anger, Guilt, Limiting Beliefs, Traumatic Memories, Low Self Esteem, Excess Weight, Pain........... or anything which limits you and prevents you from being the person you deserve to be.
If so, How would you like to be free from these negative emotions....FOR NO CHARGE.” Click here to read more...
* Nanny/caregiver looking for job
One of our readers is looking for a job as a caregiver to a loving family and writes: “I am a qualified Occupational Therapist from South Africa, and I specialized in Pediatrics. I was part of a well-established Pediatric practice before my departure from SA.
My patient base was mostly premature babies, toddlers with physical- and mental disabilities, and children with learning difficulties up to the age of +/- 13 years old.” (Marbella Family Fun recommends you to always check your references!) Click here to read more...
* I International Folkloric Festival in Marbella
The I International Folkloric Festival of Marbella "Europealia 2011" will be held on March 25 - 27, 2011 throughout the city.
Europealia 2011 begins this Friday March 25th at 8:00pm on Avenida del Mar near Marbella Old Town. This festival joins cultures from all over the world including Spain, Chile, Argentina, Portugal, Germany, Egypt, Georgia, Paraguay, Bolivia, the Philipines, Morocco and Russia. Click here to read more...
* Costa del Sol catering companies
One of our readers asks: “I´m throwing a party at home and need some recommendations for a catering company in Marbella. Any ideas? “ We´ve got plenty of them on our site, so we compiled them together to make choosing a bit easier. If you´ve got a company you used before or are in this line of business, please add to the list. Click here to read more...
* More nannies looking for jobs
Everyone is getting geared up for the summer holidays. Some us planning a trip, while others planning on work. Here, one of our readers is offering au pair services during the 2011 summer season.
“I would love to travel to spain for the summer to be an au pair. I am Sinéad Veale, I am 21 years old and I am of Irish origin. I was born in England but moved to France at the age of 5, as a result I am bilingual in French and English. I enjoy working and spending time with children, and I am preparing to become a teacher. “ (Marbella Family Fun recommends you to always check your references!) Click here to read more...
* Free entry to Picasso Museum
Don´t forget that the last Sunday of every month means FREE entry to the Picasso Museum in Malaga. So if you haven´t been to this museum before, head to the museum this Sunday for a special treat. Don´t think it´s too boring for the kids. The museum is small enough that it can be seen quickly in an hour or so. They won´t have time to get bored! Click here to read more...
Thank you... and see you next Friday.
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