Las Catalinas in Playa Danta is becoming a hotspot for stand-up paddling (SUP). So it makes perfect sense that this location has been chosen for a SUP & Yoga Teacher Training Certification Retreat. Presented by the Yoga Energy Studio, Your Zen Yoga and Pura Vida Ride, the six-night, seven-day retreat will take place Aug. 23-29, and is offered by 500-hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Trainers and World Paddle Association Certified Instructors. You can become a professional SUP & yoga teacher or simply learn how to combine paddleboarding with the ancient tradition of yoga. For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Papaya Con Leche, known for handmade bikinis and clothes, is opening a shoe department. The new shoe collection was celebrated at a grand opening last week. Call 2653-3902 for more info.
El Garito club will celebrate its two-year anniversary tomorrow with a special guest, who will perform for the first time in Tamarindo. The club is in Plaza Tamarindo, next to ABC Reality.
Longtime Tamarindo resident and artist Susan Adams has been painting Costa Rican sceneries since she arrived. You can see her artwork and meet her in person at the opening of “Costa Rica Mía,” which takes place tomorrow from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Hidden Garden Art Gallery, located 5 kilometers west of Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia (towards the beaches). For more info, visit http://hiddengarden.thevanstonegroup.com, or call 8386-6872 or 8386-6968.
–Ellen Zoe Golden
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