On Saturday, 8 November, Julian Estrada, Antonio Vera and guitarist Paco Javier Jimeno will perform at the Flamenco Evening in Manilva, organized by the town’s Flamenco Club in collaboration with the Department of Culture, run by councillor Eva Galindo.
This event will be held at the ‘Las Viñas de Manilva’ centre at 9.30 in the evening.
Entry is free for members of the Flamenco club, non-members must pay ten euros.
Tickets are available from: Cultural department in Manilva, Foreign Residents department in El Castillo and Diego Reyes’ Shop in Casares.
Reservations can also be made by contacting the following number. 693 330 368.
Those interested in becoming a member of the Flamenco club should know that the first registration period ends on October 31. The membership card costs 15 € a year and you will not only be helping to promote the art of flamenco, you will also have free access to all events held by the club.
To obtain a membership card go to their headquarters in calle Mar number 22 (Aquagest’s old office) or call 693 330 368.
From October 27 to 31, members can collect their free tickets to the event between 6 and 8 pm at the headquarters.
Manilva’s Department of Commerce has organised a new second-hand and craft market/carboot sale which will be held every Sunday morning in the La Colonia carpark and Calle Ramon y Cajal in Sabinillas.
The market provides pitches for the many traders who were on the waiting list for the main Sunday market held at the fairground on the Rio Manilva Road, and which will also help to bring visitors in the centre of Sabinillas where they can also enjoy the local facilities.
The Resident newspaper invites local residents in the Manilva and Casares area to attend an informal meeting at the Mayfair Music Club, Plaza Ginebra, Sabinillas on Wednesday 29 October from 6 pm.
This is the first of a number of informal meetings over the coming months in various venues in Manilva, Casares and Estepona to gauge the mood of the foreign residents and to find out their concerns and aspirations so that we can communicate these to the local politicians both in government and in opposition so that these concerns can be addressed in their forthcoming manifestos in the lead up to the forthcoming local elections in May 2015.
Some of the areas we are particularly keen to find out your opinions on are:
- Economy, Local Taxes and Business
- Communication and Transport
- The Town Hall and Foreign Residents
Please feel free to make any suggestions on concerns and aspirations you would like to see discussed on the night. Send them to email@example.com
More information is available on the Facebook Event listing
The Mayoress of Manilva, Antonia Muñoz Vazquez, has announced that she has stepped down as Mayoress of Manilva.
At a press conference this morning she made the surprise announcement and in a statement said that “she is please with what she has accomplished during her time in office, and feels that now is the time to pass on the responsibility and dedicate more time to her family”.
More news to follow…
Following a successful launch event last month, the Manilva Women’s networking group has announced their second event will be on 15th October from 18.30 – 20.00 in the Manilva Wine Centre – CIVIMA.
This monthly networking event offers women working in the local business community a friendly and open environment to build their network, find suppliers and new contacts. Networking will be in a relaxed but structured environment, which facilitates making new business contacts using a range of different exercises and techniques. It’s open to all ladies living on the Western Costa del Sol, or people who want to do business with this part of the coast and there’s a 5€ entry fee which covers the networking activities and refreshments. RSVP to secure a place – firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is being organized by Shaw Marketing Services in association with Costa Women and supported by the Manilva Town Hall. The Resident is official media partner.
Once again it’s dance night at the Mayfair Music Club, Plaza Ginebra, Sabinillas, with their Mods vs Rockers all-nighter on Friday 3 October.
Dance your socks off to the great selection of music from the 50s to the 80s, with soul, rockabilly, Motown, blues, ska & reggae, rock and roll, mod revival, classic rock and much more, from the music archives of DJs Gerry Atric and Joe King.
Party starts at 8 pm and finishes at 4 am (ish) and entry is free and drinks are available at normal bar prices. Burgers and hot dogs are also available.
Don’t worry if you can’t come for the whole night, just drop in when you can…
The Costa del Sol’s King of Rock and Roll will be performing is ‘Still Rocking’ show this Saturday, 4 October, at the Mayfair Music Club, Plaza Ginebra, Sabinillas.
Doors open and 8 pm and the show starts at 8.30 pm. Tickets are just 10 euros which includes a drink from the bar (beer, wine, or soft drink).
Tickets are available from The Bookshop in Sabinillas, email@example.com or on the door. Don’t miss this great performer in this exciting new venue.