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December 13, 2014
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Fireworks!

Paint some pottery, great fun with friends and family. Open this week Thursday – Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM.

Come in and unleash the artist in you at FireWorks! Our cheery studio is the ideal place to paint your heart out! Even non-artistic types are welcome to select their favorite piece to paint, it’s easy and fun. We have books, stencils and painted samples available for inspiration and Bea is always there to help.

 

Introduction to Opera

Teatro Vallarta will be holding a free lecture on the history of Opera at the Teatro Theater on October 4, 2014.

The 90-minute event, presented by Vallarta Lifestyles Managing Editor, Paco Ojeda, will offering two lectures. A lecture in Spanish at 4 PM and available in English at 5:50 PM.

 

A Page in the Sun

Visit the landmark Café and bookstore in Puerto Vallarta’s Romantic Zone. A nice cup of your favorite Joe and a book on the couch is a great way to pass a rainy afternoon. A page in the Sun has been a Puerto Vallarta icon since its humble origins over twenty years ago.

A page in the Sun opened with a single rotating bookshelf on a quiet street in Old Town near the beach. The big idea in a small corner of what was then a relatively remote part of Vallarta has evolved and adapted confidently to the changing needs and tastes of our community.

 

Nuestro Amigo Americano

10646848_464190780387468_6212673044424852143_nFree screening of the John Huston documentry, Nuestro Amigo Americano, about his life and work in Mexico. Friday, October 3 at 8:30 pm at the Los Arcos del Malecón amphitheate. We understand this is an outdoor theater, but keep an eye on the weather. If weather permits this can be a fun activity to attend.

In total, Huston shot three films in Mexico, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The Night of the Iguana, and Uner the Volcano.

It wasn’t just work that kept Huston coming back to Puerto Vallarta, he also formed any friendships in Mexico and returned many times for pleasure.

 

Still cannot find something to do? Feel free to tell us what you are looking for in the comments section below and maybe we can help you find fun activities happening in our area.

* These are recommendations of Vallarta Daily’s Editor, none of the mentioned events or business have paid for inclusion or have been notified of their mention.

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