Tamarindo Talk

January 20, 2011

You might have noticed the mounted police riding around town. We now have four mounted police offers with two horses to strengthen security in Tamarindo.

Cine-MAS theater in Plaza Tamarindo is getting spiritual on Sunday mornings by broadcasting live services by Pastor Chuck Battaglia of the Brand New Life Christian Center at 11 a.m. The services are streamed live from Orange County, California.

The Tamarindo Surfrider Foundation’s monthly meeting is set for Jan. 27 at the Surf Club in Langosta. For more information, contact Mike Clifford at mwcl4d@hotmailcom or Brian Bratton at brian_bratton@yahoo.com, or call 8825-4563.

The new Pixel office just opened in the Pacific Park building. Get all your graphic and design services as well as affordable quality printing done here. For information, call 2653-4452.

Looking for a new way to tour the area? Try mountain biking. Mountain bike rentals and two-hour tours for all skill levels are available through Blue Trailz Surf Shop. For more information, call 2653-1706.

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