Here is your Baja Good Life Report for 02/27/2011.
FEATURES THIS WEEK
KITCHEN WITCHES A Comedy Play If you can’t stand the laughter, then stay out of the kitchen. These “kitchen witches” are cooking up a storm! The audience gets to play the role of cable studio audience. If you like comedy, you’ll enjoy this play from the moment the curtain rises.
San Felipe BC - The Pavilion
Thursday - March 31st
Dinner (not included): 5PM
Cocktail Hour (no host bar): 6PM
BGLC DISCOUNT - Baja Desert CafeSan Felipe, BC MexicoBGLC Member Discount: 10% off mealBaja Desert Cafe is a small little cafe in the Ejido, mexican family owned and operated. They opened October 2010 and business has been growing since! Americans seem to really enjoy the food and the nice people there. On average their customers say good bye expressing how much they enjoyed the food and telling
BGLC DISCOUNT - Hotel Santa FeLoreto, BCS MexicoBGLC Member Discount: $71.00 Usd per Room Per Night (Includes Daily Breakfast Buffet - All taxes)Charming hotel located at the entrance to downtown Loreto. At Hotel Santa Fe there is ab internet cafe with a deli-buffet style restaurant & market for small items. Every room has a kitchenette with microwave and refrigerator and hot plate. There is also
BGLC DISCOUNT - Binational EmergencyTijuana, BC MexicoBGLC Member Discount: 11% off Annual MembershipWhat if you had a medical emergency in Mexico? What would you do? First become a member of BEMCC before leaving for Mexico. Once your emergency call is received, we immediately assist you in finding help while coordinating the transport of you or your loved ones. Our bilingual staff is available
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SAN FELIPE - 8th Annual Steak BBQ in the Park
Time: March 10, 2011 from 1pm to 4pm
Location: Hayward Park, up the street from La Vaquita#3 market
Street: Up the street from la vaquita #3 Market
City/Town: San Felipe BC Mexico
Event Description: The Rotary Club of San Felipe's is hosting the 8th annual Steak BBQ and Silent Auction. there will be with live music, a Chinese
Kitchen Witches - Comedy Play
by Caroline Smith, Directer by Connie Morgan
If you can’t stand the laughter, then stay out of the kitchen. When Dolly and her nemesis, Isobel, get cast in the same cable cooking show, trouble starts a’brewing. It’s a fool proof recipe for chaos and comedy as the two arch rivals each do their best to upstage the other. These “kitchen witches” are cooking
March 5: Carnaval Costume Ball & Wine Tasting Sample a selection of Baja California wines from 6-9pm in the Salón Casino and afterwards dance the night away to the sounds of the Machito Ruíz Salsa Orchestra in the Salón Catedral of the Riviera Cultural Center, Blvd. Costero (Lázaro Cardenas), Ensenada. Costume attire and/or mask is mandatory; prize for best costume. Admission ($17dlls.) includes
March 5: Rock at Carnaval 4pm: A concert featuring bands of different genres on the Plaza de las Artes of Ensenada’s Centro Estatal de las Artes (CEARTE) on the corner of Blvd. Costero (Lázaro Cárdenas) & Av. Club Rotario. Free admission. Info: CEARTE, tels. (646)173-4307 & (646)173-4308.
San Felipe, Baja California, February 21 - The Baja Love Ride promises to be an event that will not only bring the community together, but benefit those facets of society that need help the most, the children of Baja. Organizers, participants and those who will be cheering them on all know the first annual “ride for a cause” will make the lives of Baja children better through their hard work.
Mar 1-7: The 8th Annual Festival de Cine de Todos SantosThe FCTS brings to Todos Santos and La Paz Latin American cinematography of artistic and educational merit and celebrates local and national Mexican film culture. In its eighth edition, the festival offers a selection of the best and most recent fiction, documentary, and shorts from Latin America. This year we honor Mexican and Cuban Film
2nd Annual Drive for the Cure Golf Tournament and silent auction28th February 2011, 8:00Location: Campo Ocotillos2nd Annual Drive for the Cure Golf Tournament and silent auction, Monday February 28, 2011 at the Campo Ocotillos Golf Course. Registration 8:15 to 8:45 a.m. tee off at 9:00 sharp, no late entries. Entry fee 200 pesos, 14 hole 3 or 4 person scramble, draw for partners. Soda, water, beer
March 3-8: Carnaval de Ensenada 2011 “Fiesta Tropical” One of the city’s largest and most popular events, Mardi Gras attracts a multitude of national and international visitors. Enjoy regional foods and libations, games and rides, live entertainment, music and dancing in this year’s festival zone located at the northern end of Blvd. Costero (Lázaro Cárdenas) between Av. Miramar & Av. Castillo,
BAJA PARANORMAL PRESENTSan intriguing and informative exploration into the Near Death Experience including current research, video excerpts and personal experiences.DATE: Tuesday March 1stTIME: 5PM-8PMPLACE: Pavillion-El DoradoOTHER:$1.00 INTERNATIONAL MENU$1.00 BEER Suggested Donation: $5.00 RSVP 686-172-3893 or email@example.comAll El Dorado staff are invited to participate
March 1: Homage to Maestro Ernesto Muñoz Acosta - “El Vuelo de mi Hermano (The Flight of my Brother)” Book Presentation 7:30pm: The Instituto de Cultura de Baja California (ICBC) presents the new full color book “El Vuelo de mi Hermano” about the life and works of one of Baja California’s most famous artists in the Sala Ernesto Muñoz Acosta of Ensenada’s Centro Estatal de las Artes (CEARTE) on
Feb. 27, 2011 This is the 17th year for the tour. All proceeds go directly to support the educational and medical programs for children, so the organizers are asking sponsors, volunteers and attendees to mark their calendars to reserve that weekend. For information, contact Sharon Morris, 612-108-3502 or 612-178-010
BY MATT REEDMEXICO CITY – Spring break reservations for Mexico from U.S. college students remain steady, travel industry experts say, despite reports of drug violence there. Cheap prices in Mexico, a slowly strengthening economy here, the relative safety of many tourist resorts and the fact that the 2009 swine flu pandemic is now all but forgotten are all factors in Mexico’s resilience as a