Calendar of Events

Every Tuesday at 8 a.m. Rotary Club at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar resort. In the Chapel. RSVP: 172-0009 y 172-0010

Every Wednesday, 8 pm. Free movies from independent studios for teenagers and adults at the City Theater in San Jose.

Every Wednesday 9am-12pm. Farmers market at La Esquina in Todos Santos. Live guitar music and good, local, organic stuff to buy.  hola@laesquinats.com, www.laesquinats.com, 612 145 0851.

Every Wednesday. 7:30 to 8:30 pm. Bike ride in San Jose. Free if you bring your own bike, or rent from Sportia bike store. Form up at Plaza del Pescador in San Jose, across from the Royal Solaris hotel at 7:15 pm. (624) 130-7159. info@sportia.mx

First Thursday. Yo Reciclo sets up tents to receive plastic, aluminum, cardboard, computers, printers, cell phones, green, clear glass but NO Batteries, please. In San Jose, Plaza Dorada at the roundabout near the Pemex. 8 am to 2 pm. info@yoreciclo.org.mx

Every Thursday, 8:00 a.m. Rotary Club breakfast. At the Playa Grande Resort, Restaurant Brigantine, Cabo San Lucas.

Every Thursday, 7:30 pm. Movie night. Free. At the Cultural Pavillion in the Cabo San Lucas marina.

Every Thursday, 7:30 pm. English worship and bilingual message. Turn at Office Depot and stay straight almost to the crest of the hill. Tezozomoc at Zapotecas on the left side of the street.

Every Thursday. From 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. Organic market. Historic downtown activities program. Postal Park, Constitucion and Madero streets. La Paz. Spanish. Free.

Every Thursday at 7:30 “Cine Club en el Pabellon Cultural”, a free movie, generally in English, at the Cultural Pavillion ground floor level. Program usually involves movies you can’t find in theaters in Los Cabos.

Every other Thursday. You guess which one. Los Cabos Tomatoes, ladies social group. All women who aspire to be a tomato are welcome. loscabostomatoes@gmail.com. Info: loscabostomatoes@yahoo.com

First Friday of every month. 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Miro’s Services is taking all clean plastic for recycling. Corner of Rangel and Verduzco Sts.just behind the old Pemex station downtown.

Every Saturday. 10 am to 1 pm. Children’s library open. Story tellers at 10:30 and 12:30. Looking for gently used books. theranchkidz@yahoo.com, Todos Santos

Every Sunday. 11 am. Movie Club. “Lumiere.” Children’s classic movies at the marine museum in San Jose.

Every Sunday. 7 - 11 am. Bicycle, walk, skate or drag your pet around downtown Cabo. The main drag in Cabo San Lucas closes to vehicle traffic. Great opportunity to exercise and mingle with local families. Each week a different activity, like spinning, aerobics, zumba lessons. clubcactusbike@gmail.com

October 9, Friday. 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. US Foods 3rd. annual Food Expo. At the Hilton Los Cabos resort. An event for hospitality, restaurants, retail deli’s, country clubs and caterers. A taste of some of the best products imported by US Foods.  For information contact U.S. Foods at phone 624-146-2221

October 9 to 11. Green Fest. Mexico’s first bicycle-powered festival. The electrical energy produced by participants will power music, concerts, and activities. Information: www.loscabosgreenfest.com

October 16-18. 1st Los Cabos Gran Fondo bicycle race. 65 and 100 miles routes, from Cabo San Lucas to Todos Santos and back. Information: http://www.volpigranfondoseries.com/#!los-cabos-mexico/cqoz Or Facebook: loscabosgranfondo

October 16 – 18. Bisbee’s Los Cabos Offshore. Information: bisbees.com

October 20 – 24. Bisbee’s Black & Blue fishing tourney. Information: bisbees.com

November 27 – 29. Todos Santos International Guitar Festival. At El Faro Beach Club. a community funded, musician-supported festival that puts on a world class show. All profits go to the local Hogar del Niño. 30+ Guitarists from all genres and from all corners of the globe come together for a 3 days of camaraderie and musical collaboration. Information: info@tsigf.com, http://www.tsigf.com

February 28, Sunday, 2016 Historic Home Tour Of Todos Santos. An opportunity to view a piece of Todos Santos history. These magnificent homes will be open for only one day to tell the story of a past era rich in cultural and social graces. These homes will draw you back to a time of pride and prosperity in a humble mission town and give you insight into the lifestyle people enjoyed in the past century. Supports the Palapa Society and its many charitable causes. Paul Bumann, paul@boominenterprises.com, Ph. 612-178-0062.

Dec. 3rd, 4th, 5th Las Estrellas de Todos Santos presents Slice of Life, an evening of One-Act plays featuring their new Ensemble in the Galeria at Hotel Casa Tota at 7:00 pm. Ticket price $15usd or 200 pesos. Closing night includes a Wine & Nibble Mingle with the actors. More info closer to play dates. facebook.com/LasEstrellasDeTodosSantos for details.

March 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19 - Baja Shakespeare’s 16th Season at Buena Vista Beach Resort in Spa Buena Vista’s Convention Center. All shows at 7:00 pm except March 13, a matinee at 1:30pm. Tickets $20usd or 300 pesos. For show details go to www.facebook.com/pages/Baja-Shakespeare/220397878011557. More info closer to show dates.

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