Puerto Viejo Rundown

September 19, 2012

La Comida Organica Express was sparked to life by Carlos and Milly Duran and is a five-year sustainability program that seeks to generate 85-90 percent of all food consumed in Talamanca from within the local community.

As Carlos says, “grassroots organic nutrition grows in Talamanca,” and the Express offers a home and community garden food exchange initiative. Carlos and Milly also offer an organic food order and delivery service, which supports a wide network of organic and family-owned farms in the area. For more info, contact them at OrganicDeliveryCR@gmail.com.

The official program for ArteViva 2012 is out and the events are lining up to make for an incredible weekend here in the Caribe, Sept. 28-30. Check it out at http://www.arteviva-puertoviejo.com/

This Saturday, Sept. 22, don’t miss the Parque de Diversiones in Playa Chiquita. Bring your kids or bring out your inner kid.The entrance fee is {1,500 ($3) per person and there will be games, prizes, food, theater, bingo face-painting and even a bouncy house. For more info, contact the Centro Educativo de Playa Chiquita/Punta Uva at 2756-0754, or email asocepp@gmail.com.

-Kristin Gilbert Ramírez
kristingilbert@gmail.com

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