Manuel Antonio/Quepos Tidings
The Tití Conservation Alliance is organizing an affordable evening of cocktails, gourmet appetizers, a relaxed atmosphere, live music and more Nov. 19 at Gaia Hotel in Manuel Antonio. Come celebrate sustainability, toast the tití monkeys and enjoy a special gathering for professional and personal networking with like-minded, community-oriented people and businesses.
It’s a $20 investment you won’t regret; proceeds from the evening will benefit local community projects and conservation initiatives. This year, more than 750 kids from public schools are receiving the alliance’s environmental education program, and, to date, some 37,500 native trees have been planted in our area. Imagine what can be done with more.
The event is open to everyone willing to contribute and have a good time. Bring your friends, your family and your guests. The event starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 through today and $25 after today. For reservations, contact the alliance at firstname.lastname@example.org, 2777-2306 or 8938-7902. By attending the event, you will be investing in local sustainability.
A warm welcome to the 17th International Convention of the Pacific Group of Manuel Antonio. More than 100 participants are staying at Mono Azul and Byblos hotels, enjoying fun events like a barbecue at nearby Blue Banyan Inn, a play, some workshops and a raffle with prizes. We hope they have a great time.
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