For something new and different, check out Jacó’s Laguna Resort. It was inaugurated earlier in the month and is now open in Jacó Beach. Awarded 4 stars by ICT, the property features an oceanfront tiki pool bar and spectacular views of the south side of Jacó Beach. For more information, visit www.jacolagunaresort.com or call2643-3362
This year’s Falcon International School FIRE 2013 race was another great success. The winner of the 5K was Favio Alvarez from Quebrada Ganada with a time of 16:04. Not only is he the lucky winner of the trophy, but Favio also won the round trip ticket to the United States on United Airlines.
On Saturday, March 23, the Macriobiotica Store below the Platinum Gym will be hosting Feng La Alternative Medicine Therapy. It includes consultations, acupuncture and various therapies to treat muscle pain, arthritis, gastritis, colitis, constipation, and anxiety control for weight loss. For more information, call 2643-2391.
From March 28-31, Teatro Jacó will be presenting Stand Up Comedy featuring the national comedian and humorist Alex Costa, who is known for “Juanca Galindo” and Will Salazar and Marcela Ugalde, national actors from the national television show “La Pensión.” This comedy show is for persons older than 15. The show will start at 8 p.m. $10 general / $20 VIP. For reservations, call 2630-9812.
The Central Pacific Women’s Group will meet next on Tuesday, April 2 at 5 p.m. at Club del Cielo Hotel (across from Morgan’s cove). The meeting will include a discussion of their vision, mission, logo, board members and a fundraiser project for the community learning center. For more information, contact the chamber at 2643-2853.
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