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Marbella Family Fun Weekly Newsletter -- October 28, 2011
October 28, 2011
Marbella Family Fun update - Friday October 28, 2011
* English movie listings
This is the listing for movies that are playing in Marbella and on the Coast in English from Friday October 28th until Thursday November 3rd.
Cines Gran Marbella Puerto Banus
Plaza Mayor Malaga:
* Halloween party at Galaxia
Galaxia Playcenter in Guadalmina (San Pedro) is holding a fun Halloween Party on Monday October 31, 2011 with haunted tunnels lucky dips, games, competitions, mini disco, shows and prizes galore!
No need to organize parties, buy supplies and entertain children this Halloween season. Let us take the work off your shoulders and you can sit back and enjoy watching your little ones. Click here to read more...
TIP: Check out our Marbella Halloweeen Events page to find out what else is going on in Marbella for Halloween fun.
* We Register Any Car
WE REGISTER ANY CAR are Spanish vehicle registration experts that you can trust. They pride themselves on providing the best advice and the finest customer care in the industry. From a Fiat to a Ferrari, a BMW to a Bentley, a Classic to a Supercar – they do them all.
We have had a great experience with We Register Any Car and are happy to recommend them! Click here to read more...
* Marbella Halloween Events
Halloween falls on a Monday this year and there are plenty of activities going on in Marbella and the Costa del Sol. Many restaurants, bars, and clubs will be holding festive Halloween parties over the weekend. Some will take place on a Saturday or Sunday, while others will celebrate on Monday the 31st, so double check before you head out.
Here is a list of some of the Halloween events taking place in and around town that are all family friendly and promise treats and entertainment. Click here to read more...
* Halloween decorations and costumes
If you still need to head out and grab some costumes for the kids, or would like to decorate the house for a spooky party, then read this article on where to find everything you need. Click here to read more...
* Trick or Treating in Marbella
If you´re kids are like mine and don´t want a Halloween party but relish in the thought of knocking on strangers´doors begging for candy, then you may want to read this article. Trick or treating is not a Spanish tradition, but the kids love it so much! So what do you do? We have some answers… Click here to read more...
* PAD animal charity day
Don´t miss the charity event in aid of the PAD animal shelter on Sunday October 23, 2011 from 11:00am - 3:00pm. The event will be held at the Nordic Centre, Carretera de Mijas - Fuengirola.
This is a great day out for the whole family with games for the kids, exciting new stalls selling local arts and crafts and don´t forget George´s famous emporium. Click here to read more...
* Estepona pony club Halloween party
The Pony Club at the Estepona riding school welcomes everyone to the Halloween party they are holding on Saturday October 29th. There will be fun and games for all the children, so come in your best costume and take part in the action. Click here to read more...
* All Saints Day holiday
Dia del Toston falls on November 1st - on the same day as All Saint´s Day - honoring the dead (sometimes called Day of the Dead). This is a national holiday and thus many businesses and schools will be closed on this day. Día del Toston is also called Fiesta de Todos los Santos or Tosantos. Click here to read more...
* Winter school uniforms
Many schools are turning to their winter uniforms this week, last week and next week. I´ve already seen a huge line at our school for parents scrambling to get sweaters, trousers and blazers. If you want to save a bit of money on school uniforms you may want to try and get some new and nearly new uniforms from one of our readers.
I would also like to remind you that we have a School Uniform exchange forum on Marbella Family Fun where you can get in touch with parents who are trying to get rid of or sell their old uniforms. Take a look at what´s available and if you can´t find what you´re looking for, then post it and let others know what you need. OR, if you would like to free up some closet space, post this in the forum and someone will be happy to take it off your hands. Click here to read more...
* Good morning Marbella!
I think we all are starting to feel as if winter is starting to settle in. After the big rain fall we had last weekend the clouds have parted and I was off on another walk with my dog this morning. Guess what I saw? Click here to read more...
* Disney Live! in Malaga
DISNEY LIVE! Un Viaje Inolvidable (An Unforgettable Journey) is coming to Malaga from October 27 to 30, 2011 at the Palacio de Deportes "Jose Maria Martin Carpena". If the kids want to meet Mickey, Minnie and the rest of the gang, this is a perfect opportunity. You may even want to combine it with a quick visit to Malaga centre. This is a lovely city with lots of shops, restaurants and cultural venues to offer. Click here to read more…
TIP: The Picasso museum is open to the public FREE on the last Sunday of the month.
* Saturday workshop at the Museum of Contemporary Spanish printmaking
The Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo (Museum of Contemporary Spanish Printmaking) is holding a special event titled "Saturdays at the Museum" that includes sessions on printmaking.
The next event is a workshop on 'Music Engraving' (Grabando con música’) led by Juan Fernandez held on Saturday October 29th. This workshop is open to adults and children aged 7+ and it´s only 10 euro! Click here to read more…
* Need electrician
One of our readers needs a bit of help and asks, “Does anyone know of an electrician in the San Pedro area? We have a boiler that has melted a plug.”
Please help out if you know of someone. Our reader, as well as others, will surely appreciate it. Click here to read more…
* Free entry to Picasso Museum
The last Sunday of every month means FREE entry to the Picasso Museum in Malaga. The weather forecast looks good for Sunday, so why not take a stroll down the pedestrian walk, have lunch and visit the museum to complete your day? Click here to read more…
* Moving to OR living in Spain?
Then you may be interested in this downloadable e-book Moving and Living in Spain. This guide helps you answer basic questions such as
• Does Spain have a good school system? Are there English speaking schools?, • What permits do you need to live in Spain? Where can you get them? • How can you get into the Health Care System in Spain and how good is it? • Immediate download and refundable if you´re not satisfied. Click here to read more...
Thank you... and see you next Friday.
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