Soul y Paz Movement Studio will host Angela Alfieri, owner and founder of Inhale Exhale-Mind, Body, Wellness from St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Nov. 1-5. Angela will bring a diverse selection of yoga workshops to this brand-new space, which will be open to students and teachers throughout the community. Soul y Paz is on the grounds of The Village, a co-op community creative arts center newly open to the public, in front of Country Day School. For more information, email email@example.com.
Beachnuts Theater Company is back at it with a Christmas pantomime production of “Scrooge.” Directed by the talented Paul Belanger, the play will star Country Day School teacher Scott Muller as the grumpy main character, with 20 kids from the area filling in the other roles. The play will run Thanksgiving weekend, so on the first night, Nov. 24, the Tamarindo Diria will include a feast dinner with the ticket price; to reserve, call the Diria at 2653-0032. Tickets for the Nov. 25 and 26 shows cost $15 for adults and $10 for children, and may be bought at Jaime Peligro bookstore.
Nathalie Lecerf has taken over El Lugarcito restaurant and renamed it El Mediterráneo. Appropriately, the cuisine will now feature various dishes from around the Mediterranean.
–Ellen Zoe Golden
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