Jacó Happenings

March 7, 2013

Congratulations to Jacobeños Jair Pérez, Lisbeth Vindas, Juan Carlos Hernández, Bruno Carvalho and Anthony Flores, who won their respective categories in last week’s Maui Cup at home in Jacó Beach, in front of Morgan’s Cove. The next date of the Circuito Nacional Olympus moves to Playa Dominical for the Quiksilver Cup on March 23 and 24 in front of Tortilla Flat Hotel.

The Central Pacific Women’s Group under the new leadership of Nancy Leiton will be meeting on Tuesday, March 5 at 5 p.m. at the Hotel Club del Cielo (across from Morgan’s Cove). Women who represent a business are asked to bring information, business cards and brochures to share. For more information, contact the Central Pacific Chamber of Commerce at 2643-2853.

Teatro Jacó brings to Jacó Beach the Costa Rican illusionist magician Alejandro Navas, who won the FLASOMA Prize in 2011. Joining him will be Maieroni, the president of the Magic Costa Rica Association. It will be an unforgettable show.

It will include the appearance of objects, escapism, variety show, mentalism and more, and it is suitable for the whole family. It will be staged at Teatro Jacó on March 1 and 2 at 8 p.m. General Admission is $10 and VIP admission is $20. For reservations, call 2630-9812

Then from March 15-24, the Annual Art Festival will be held in Jacó Beach and feature both national and international art shows. The program includes cinema, live music, theater, dance, circus, exhibitions of paintings, sculptures, crafts and photography and more. Free admission. For more information, visit http://festivaldejaco.com or email festivaldejaco@gmail.com.

–Christina Truitt
christina_truitt@yahoo.com

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