With the Tamarindo Marathon taking place on Saturday, Sept. 21, there will be tons of people in town to participate in the race and as spectators. If you are looking for an activity to do afterwards, then there’s a fun event at the Country Day School. They are hosting a Bingo afternoon at 4 p.m. right at the school. The purpose is to raise money for scholarships, as Country Day is now a nonprofit organization. For more information, contact Rocio Villalobos at 8341-6879 or Facebook her.
Coldwell Banker Tamarindo has moved its Langosta Beach Club office to the front space in Plaza Conchal. It has also expanded its vacation rental operations in three offices in the same complex. Get in touch with at 2653-1142 or 8918-1144.
Boos Adventures just celebrated five years in business. The company now has two boats that take clients on surf excursions to places like Witch’s Rock and Ollie’s Point, as well as sport fishing charters and snorkeling. Catch the surf report every Friday, 10:30 a.m. on 104.7 FM. Call 8702-8407 for a trip.
Over at the Mar Vista development in Flamingo, The Club, an international restaurant and bar, has opened. The restaurant is run by Tony and Dana Monticello, and open to the public Wednesday through Saturday beginning at 11 a.m., and for a Sunday brunch at 10 a.m. Mar Vista has also opened its tennis courts and brought in pro Edgar Marin for lessons. Call 8648-1728 for the restaurant, and ask about the tennis while you’re at it.
–Ellen Zoe Golden
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