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Monthly Ajijic Columns For August 2014

Bill Dollear...Four Words.The assignment seemed simple..Read More...Click Here

Health....Fish oil is touted as a magical potion that boosts fertility, heart health, and weight loss and promotes a clear complexion... Read More ....Click Here

Dr. Tom... How to Identify Lakeside Birds ... Read More...Click Here

Raising Monarch Butterflies ... Read More...Click Here

Conchita by Micki...There is no one more deserving of a little free publicity for her business than Conchita, the Blanket Weaver. You've probably already passed by her - patiently sitting and weaving, in the ancient tradition of her people, at her special spot down by the lake in Ajijic near Yves' Restaurant. Many days go by when she doesn't sell a thing, as other weavers/sellers like Elena in the Plaza also tell me...Read More...Click Here

Drink of the Month..Strawberry Coconut Margarita...Read More...Click Here

Plant Lady...What Grows When in Lakeside ...Read More...Click Here

History of Mexico...Long before the Spanish discovered the “New World,” Asian nomads and explorers had migrated to the Americas and developed some of the most impressive civilizations that the world has ever known...Read More...Click Here

Tennis Article by Jill Flyer...I wrote the article in English (because my Spanish is not sophisticated enough to write an article) and then it was translated into Spanish.  But, then meanings were skewed and so, because I do know enough Spanish to read quite well, we went through several edits to get everything correct.  Many people here in Ajijic were mentioned in the article, so I hope everyone who reads Spanish can enjoy this.  The theme, of course, is tennis in the Ajijic/Lake Chapala area. Article Starts on Page 6....Read More...Click Here

Photography with Jill Flyer..In a traditional Mexican wedding, there are two very different ceremonies, a religious mass (misa) and the civil ceremony....Read More...Click Here

Bill Clarke...Short 4500 word horror/suspense story placed on our own Ajijic Streets. "Wormwood"...Read More...Click Here

FACHARTE...The intention for this important community project is to make our Ajijic into an internationally known 'living museum'....Click Here

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Lake Chapala Society Ajijic

Open Circle begins each Sunday Morning @ LCS with Coffee, Tea and Sandwich Bites at 10am for socializing and the presentation begins at  10:30am gt (gringo time)

31 August Lou Raskin -- AUTHENTIC SELF

Do you know who you are in an authentic sense? Clue, you are not your name alone nor your past or present profession, position or leisure activity participant.

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LLT The Last Romance
 

Performance dates August 29 to September 7

The Last Romance, written by Joe DiPietro and directed by Ann Swiston, is a heart-warming comedy about the transformative power of love, mixing heartbreak with humor, and music with laughter. For all the throwaway jokes - and there is enough laughter to make even old age seem pleasurable - the main message about seizing life with a passion comes through loud and clear.


More details in the AjijicNews Calendar

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School for Special Children Logo Design Competition

New Mission!  New Board!  New Logo!  Over the last few years, the mission of the School for the Deaf in Jocotopec has broadened. Assisting the School is a particular challenge since the student population now is much more diverse. Only 20% of the students are hearing impaired.  The remainder of the students struggle with a range of mental and physical disabilities.  For example, the School has currently enrolled children with Down's syndrome, Autistic spectrum syndromes, seizure disorders and paraplegia.  And now a blind student attends.  Thus, the new Board wants to develop a new logo that better reflects their mission for the newly named School for Special Children (Escuela para Niños Especiales.)

Local artists are encouraged to submit their design for a new logo for the School by August 30.

Preliminary judging will be done by the Board to narrow the choice to six logo submissions. The six final artists will be notified to arrange display at the Ajijic Cultural Center.  Final judging of these six logo entries will be open to the public at the Center from September 15-20.  The winning entry will be announced at an event at the Center on September 26 when the artist of the winning logo will receive a prize of $1,000 pesos.

For information on how to submit your logo design, contact Logo Competition Coordinator, Karen at karenr.ajijic@gmail.com

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LLT Audition Announcement
Date: Sat, Aug 30, 2014
Audition Announcement!

Betrayal


Written by Harold Pinter
Directed by Neal Checkoway

Auditions:
Friday & Saturday, August 29 & 30, 2014
Performances:
November 7-16, 2014
Looking for 1 woman & 2 men in lead roles

Plus 1 man in a small speaking role

If you are interested in auditioning, Neal would like you to know the play and do an ad hoc presentation in character, briefly explaining why you decided to marry your respective spouse (Emma, Robert or Judith) and then describe what/how you now think of your spouse.

For scripts and audition pieces, contact Neal at
neal@checkoway.com

Registration at 9:30 AM
Audition at 10:00 AM
in the LLT Lobby

The Lakeside Little Theatre encourages and welcomes everyone interested in acting, new or experienced, to attend auditions for any of this season's plays.

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Operation Feed Needs Help

Operation Feed is plowing the field behind Agustin's house to prepare a Community Garden for the families of Operation Feed. If you have any tools, wheelbarrows, etc that you could donate, we really need them for the villagers to use in preparing & planting the crops. Please call Jon Seaborg at (376) 765-3306 if you can help! Thanks!!

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40+ Operation Feed women, men and children built the raised beds that will be filled with manure and used as individual garden spaces in the future.

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Globo Festival
Date: Sat, Sep 13, 2014
Globo Festival. Information coming soon.

Held at the soccer field on revolucion in ajijic, usually starts at 3pm.
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LCS Bus Trip to Galerias Mall and More
Date: Wed, Sep 3, 2014
LCS Bus Trip To Galeria Mall, Includes Costco, sams, walmart and Mega.

Leaves At the La Floresta Sculpture 9:30 and Returns at 4 from Costco.

Tickets on sale at LCS 10-1 M-F 250 pesos
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Opening Exhibit Sergio Zepeda Castaneda Artist Chapala Train Station
Date: Sat, Aug 30, 2014

@ Centro Cultural Gonzalez Gallo

12 p.m.

SERGIO ZEPEDA CASTANEDA

PROFILE

Originally from Guadalajara, Jalisco, studied painting and graduated as architect at the University of Guadalajara; it starts as a teacher in 1969, putting the positions of Secretary of the Faculty of Design, Director of the School of Visual Arts and Founder Rector of the University Center of Art Architecture and Design.

Outside the University, he has held the positions of Director of Public You relate the Municipality of Zapopan, Manager of the College of Civil Engineers of the State of Jalisco, AC Managing Architects Association of the State of Jalisco, AC Departartamento and Director of Fine Arts of the State of Jalisco.

For several decades, in addition to teaching, he has given his ability and enthusiasm to the promotion and dissemination of the arts, especially the support of young talents, author of the project and coordinator for eight years, "Hall October" during the time which allowed for the first time, participation in painting and sculpture by young artists. Several of them received the award in the first recognition of his career.

I coordinate the national painting prize Atanasio Monroy and under his project was formed in Biennial at the University Center of the South Coast.

As a professional Architecture, is the author of the Municipal Cultural Center in Zapopan, the Museum of Journalism and Graphic Arts at the House of Dogs, the project of the Museum of Medicine in the Civil Hospital and Gallery Expresidentes in the City Hall of Guadalajara, restoring all of the paintings.

With more than fifty exhibitions in various states of the country and abroad, has been invited twice to coordinate cultural tours to Sardinia, Italy, accompanied by renowned local artists, for the guests to conduct exhibitions, conferences, execution murals and sculptures. In 2003, appeared under his guardianship, the exhibition "HERMANARTE" several Guadalajara Sister City in the United States of North America, where I teach allusive conferences.

He has actively participated in several cultural institutions, among which are: ICOMOS, Jalisco Delegation, as a founding member. Advisor to Municipal Councils collaboration of Guadalajara and Zapopan, State Council for Arts and Culture and the founder Secretary of the Institute for Research on Historical Centres, BC Member of the organizing committee of the International Meetings on historic centers on 5 occasions, a member of Cultural Board of the Hospital Civil Fray Antonio Alcalde and member of the Meritorious Society of Geography and Statistics of Jalisco.

As a restaurateur, he planned and founded the Center for Real Artisticos Restaracion in desparacida School of Plastic Arts; attended the dome and imagery of the Church of the Nazarene in Zacatecas and Estancia Chapel Atenquique Industrial Complex, as well as countless artistic and religious works from private collections.

He has been invited by various institutions to give lectures,

Local media often publishes his authorship collaborations on issues and topics of public interest and artistic.

He has written for newspapers and catalogs, presentations on various artists

Author of "Big People I met" Editorial Agate 2004-05, prefaced by Hugo Gutiérrez Vega, which made ​​work specifically for him, artists like Rafael Cauduro, Javier Arevalo, Sebastián, Jose Luis Cuevas, Jorge Martínez, Alejandro Colunga, Hector Navarro, Fernando del Paso, Gabriel Flores, Marcos Huerta, Alfonso de Lara Gallardo, among many others.

Author of "From my loose-leaf" (copyright 2011 edition)

The Ministry of Culture, Government of Jalisco and the University Center Art Architecture and Design, published jointly published the book "50 years on art" 2012 on the path of Sergio Zepeda, appearing in the month of December 2012 in the Instituto Cultural Cabañas, inaugurated the event in the retrospective exhibition "Sergio Zepeda's footsteps."

Guadalajara July 2014

SERGIO ZEPEDA CASTAÑEDA

SEMBLANZA

Originario de Guadalajara, jalisco, estudia Pintura y se titula como Arquitecto en la Universidad de Guadalajara; se inicia como maestro en 1969, ejerciendo los cargos de Secretario de la Facultad de Diseño, Director de la Escuela de Artes Plásticas y Rector Fundador del Centro Universitario de Arte Arquitectura y Diseño.

Fuera de la Universidad, ha ejercido los cargos de Director de Relacionas Publicas del Ayuntamiento de Zapopan, Gerente del Colegio de Ingenieros Civiles del Estado de Jalisco, A. C. Gerente del Colegio de Arquitectos del Estado de Jalisco, A.C. y Director del Departartamento de Bellas Artes del Estado de Jalisco.

Por varias decadas, ademas de la docencia, ha entregado su capacidad y entusiasmo a la promoción y difusion de las artes, especialmente al apoyo de jóvenes valores, autor del proyecto y coordinador por ocho años, del 'Salón de Octubre' durante la época en la que se permitió por vez primera, la participación en pintura y escultura, de noveles artistas. Varios de ellos recibieron en ese premio, el primer reconocimiento a su trayectoria.

Coordino el Premio nacional de pintura Atanasio Monroy y bajo su proyecto se constituyo en Bienal en el Centro Universitario de la Costa Sur.

Como profesional de la Arquitectura, es autor del Centro Municipal de la Cultura en Zapopan, del Museo del Periodismo y las Artes Gráficas en la Casa de los Perros, del proyecto del Museo de la Medicina en el Hospital Civil y de la Galería de Expresidentes en el edificio del Ayuntamiento de Guadalajara, restaurando la totalidad de las pinturas.

Con más de medio centenar de exposiciones en diversos estados del país y el extranjero, ha sido invitado en dos ocasiones a coordinar visitas culturales a Cerdeña, Italia, acompañado de reconocidos artistas locales, por el invitados, para llevar a cabo exposiciones, conferencias, ejecucion de murales y esculturas. Durante el año 2003, se presentó bajo su curaduría, la exposición itinerante 'HERMANARTE' en varias Ciudades Hermanas de Guadalajara, en los Estados Unidos de Norteamerica, en donde dicto conferencias alusivas.

Ha participado activamente en varias instituciones culturales, entre las que destacan: ICOMOS, Delegación Jalisco, como miembro Fundador. Consejero ante los Consejos de colaboración Municipal de Guadalajara y Zapopan, Consejo Estatal para la Cultura y las Artes y como Secretario fundador del Instituto de Investigaciones Sobre Centros Históricos, A. C. Miembro del comité organizador de los Encuentros Internacionales sobre Centros Históricos en 5 ocasiones, miembro del Patronato Cultural del Hospital Civil Fray Antonio Alcalde y miembro de la Benemérita Sociedad de Geografía y estadística de Jalisco.

Como restaurador, proyectó y fundo el Centro de Restaracion de Bienes Artisticos en la desparacida Escuela de Artes Plasticas; atendió la cúpula e imágineria de la iglesia del Nazareno en La Estancia Zacatecas y la capilla del Complejo Industrial Atenquique, además de infinidad de obras artisticas y religiosas de colecciones particulares.

Ha sido Invitado por diversas instituciones, para dictar conferencias,

La prensa local, frecuentemente publica colaboraciones de su autoria, sobre temas y topicos artisticos y de interes publico.

Ha escrito para catalogos y prensa, varias presentaciones sobre diversos artistas

Autor del libro 'Gente Grande que Conocí' Editorial Ágata 2004/05, con prologo de Hugo Gutiérrez Vega, en el que realizan obra ex profeso para él, artistas como: Rafael Cauduro, Javier Arévalo, Sebastián, José Luis Cuevas, Jorge Martínez, Alejandro Colunga, Héctor Navarro, Fernando del Paso, Gabriel Flores, Marcos Huerta, Alfonso de Lara Gallardo, entre muchos otros.

Autor del libro 'De mis hojas sueltas' (edición de autor 2011)

La Secretaria de Cultura del Gobierno de Jalisco y el centro Universitario de Arte Arquitectura y Diseño, publicaron en coedición el libro '50 años en torno al arte' 2012, sobre la trayectoria de Sergio Zepeda, presentandose en el mes de Diciembre de 2012 en el Instituto Cultural Cabañas, inaugurandose en dicho evento la exposicion retrospectiva 'los pasos de Sergio Zepeda'.

Guadalajara Julio de 2014

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Lake Chapala bridge Club
1:30-4:00pm
Every Wed.
40 pesos


No reservations needed. Just come!

Format is a 30 minute lesson then 2 hours of Supervised play where you can ask questions and discuss hands.  Very low key...lots of fun.


More Info Here
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The Delegado Advisory Committee has consistently done what it said it would do. The evidence is right in front of you. 

Contact us at ms1cb@yahoo.com or call Harry Bublin at 766-4282

Delegado Hector Espana has heard the requests for repairs/replacement to the street sign arrows. He can have any sign you want put up for 150 pesos. Anyone wishing a street sign contact Harry Bublin at 766-4282
 
Hector would like to do something about the trash piles that appear around the village. He has arranged to have trash barrels permanently installed at selected locations.  The example cans are on the carretera a little east of Multivalories bank and opposite Activer. They will be placed where the sponsor wants and otherwise where trash accumulates and neighbors can monitor/report attempts at mass dumping. The cans are purchased in Gudalajara. Then reinforced and mounted on supports at a welder. Then taken to a painter and then a sign person to put the sponsor's message, logo etc. The cost is 1000 pesos installed. To sponsor a barrel contact Harry
 
If you have any projects for the committee contact Harry Bublin, Chairperson at 766-4282
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Lakeside Spay and Neuter Center Adoption clinic on the 1st and 3rd Saturday's at the new pet store lakeside,
10 to 2
Riberas del Pilar Hidalgo #96
Sponsored by The Ranch and PetCare



This is located a few doors east of Cafe Magana and the new Tepehua consignment store. Please visit them for your pet's needs, they are very well organized and the store reminds one of those north of the border. He has quite a variety of toys, beds, etc for your pets, he is still setting up and already has a vet and will have a groomer in the future. We will have pups and adult dogs for adoption. Lakeside Spay & Neuter Ranch etc will receive 10% of the purchases on those days. In addition, we will receive 10% of future sales if they mention the ranch.

Lakeside Spay and Neuter Center "Ranch"

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JEOPARDY! at Bogart's Bar, inside Casa Blanca Hotel
 Mondays 6pm

JEOPARDY! at Bogart's Bar, inside Casa Blanca Hotel on 16 de septiembre across from LCS every Monday at 6pm.

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Animal Drive Ajijic
DOG/CAT FOOD DRIVE
Third Thursday of each month 10:30 - 1:30
With the cooperation and help of Geoffrey of the Animal Shelter, several members of Animal Buddies will be holding a food drive on Thursday from 10:30 - 1:30.

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The municipality of Chapala is putting on Danzon classes in coordination with the Dept of culture and the Danza con Clase de Guadalajara. Sundays in the Ajijic Plaza at 5pm.  Classes will be taught in Spanish but there will be an English speaking interpreter.

Dance lessons at the Ajijic Plaza Sundays 5-7pm

Singles and couples welcome
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Personal Core Training

by

Jaime Barbiery

My session concentrates on your core abdominal muscles .I will show you simple, yet gentle and effective exercises for you that strengthen your balance abilities, focusing on being centered and straightened back posture.

Your core abdominals are the center of your mobility and flexibility. Core abdominal muscle groups are used routinely in every day activities - driving, walking, lifting, swiveling, and even dancing!

Having strong core abdominal muscles will let you be more active, healthier, and able to accomplish more in your overall exercise routine and in you’re daily life.

The research I have done indicates that as we age, the core muscles, the stomach, obliques and lower back, are going to support our upper body.  My easy yet effective sessions will strengthen these important core abdominal muscles. If using the services of a nutritionist, these exercises will greatly affect your waist.

Using lightweights, Pilates balls, non-strenuous exercises and other equipment, we will work as a team to ensure you reach your goals.

See Core Training Video at Core Training by Clicking Here
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Ajijic News Calendar

Aug 30

- Deadline for School for Special Children Design Competition
- Jazz at Ninette
- Opening Exhibit Sergio Zepeda Castaneda Artist Chapala Train Station
- Piano Recital Ajijic Cultural Center
- ACA (ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS & DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- Black Swan with Diamonds After Hours @ Maria Bonita
- EL QUETZAL Chapala
- LLT Audition Announcement
- LLT The Last Romance
- Ricardo y Blanca at La Bodega

Aug 31

- Charro Event to Benefit a Candidate for Queen
- Jocotepec Fiesta de Patrias Event
- Open Circle @ LCS 10:30
- Teatro at Ajijic Cultural Center
- Theatre Group at the Cultural Center Chapala
- VIVA Guitar Recital by "Duo Medina-Gracian"
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- LLT The Last Romance

Sep 1

- Globo Workshop
- Al-Anon Paths to Recovery
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- LLT The Last Romance
- OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS
- The Jam Band at El Bar Co

Sep 2

- Karaoke with Stan
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- CENTERING PRAYER GROUP
- Galen at Number 4
- LLT The Last Romance
- Rotary Club of Ajijic Weekly Meeting
- The Great American Songbook

Sep 3

- LCS Bus Trip to Galerias Mall and More
- Ricardo y Blanca @ Manix
- A Circle of Men
- American Legion Post 9
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- Estrella del Lago Chapter No. 10 Order of the Eastern Star
- Heart of Awareness Buddhist Community
- LLT The Last Romance
- Sculpture Class with Larkin Noon LCS

Sep 4

- At the Cultural center Gonzalez Gallo Chapala
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- Chapala Sunrise Rotary Club
- Kayak Get Together - 12 Noon at at Maria Isabel
- LLT The Last Romance
- OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS

Sep 5

- Jocotepec Fiesta de Patrias
- Karaoke with Stan
- American Legion Post 7 Yard Sale
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- LLT The Last Romance
- Sculpture Class with Larkin Noon LCS
- The Great American Songbook

Sep 6

- Gala de Mariachi y Ballet Folklorico
- Jocotepec Fiesta de Patrias
- ACA (ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS & DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- EL QUETZAL Chapala
- Lakeside Spay and Neuter Center Adoption clinic on the 1st and 3rd Saturday's
- LLT The Last Romance

Sep 7

- Dog Obedience class begins today
- Jocotepec Fiesta de Patrias Dia del Charro
- Lienzo Charro Ajijic
- Open Circle @ LCS 10:30
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- LLT The Last Romance

Sep 8

- Improv Night at Lakeside Little Theatre
- Al-Anon Paths to Recovery
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS
- The Jam Band at El Bar Co

Sep 9

- Karaoke with Stan
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- CENTERING PRAYER GROUP
- Los Ninos de Chapala y Ajijic General Meeting
- Rotary Club of Ajijic Weekly Meeting
- The Great American Songbook

Sep 10

- Join the Fun for the Ranch Fundraiser
- A Circle of Men
- Axixic Masonic Lodge #31 Meeting
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- Heart of Awareness Buddhist Community
- Loss & Moving Forward Group
- Sculpture Class with Larkin Noon LCS

Sep 11

- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- Chapala Sunrise Rotary Club
- Kayak Get Together - 12 Noon at at Maria Isabel
- Ninos Incapacitados General Meeting
- OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS

Sep 12

- at LCS Grounds. Charreria, Charros and Dancing Horses
- Opening art exhibit Ajijic Cultural center
- Karaoke with Stan
- American Legion Post 7 Yard Sale
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- Sculpture Class with Larkin Noon LCS
- The Great American Songbook

Sep 13

- Globo Festival
- ACA (ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS & DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- EL QUETZAL Chapala

Sep 14

- Ajijic Dia del Charro Events
- Dog Agility Class
- Jocotepec Fiesta de Patrias
- Jocotepec Fiesta de Patrias Tradicional Kermesse
- Rebozo Fashion Show
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!

Sep 15

- Ajijic Grito
- Ajijic Plaza Kids Games
- Indepencence Day at Mama's Bar
- Jocotepec Fiesta de Patrias Ceremonia del Grito de Independencia
- Al-Anon Paths to Recovery
- Barbara's Bazar Yearly Clearance SALE!
- Culinary Art Society of Ajijic CASA Meeting
- OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS
- The Jam Band at El Bar Co

Sep 16

- Ajijic Dia de la Independencia Parade
- Jocotepec Fiesta de Patrias Desfile Civico
- Karaoke with Stan
- Casas Carinosas, A. C. (Abbeyfield Homes) Monthly Board Meeting
- CENTERING PRAYER GROUP
- Lake Chapala Shrine Club
- Rotary Club of Ajijic Weekly Meeting
- The Great American Songbook

Sep 17

- A Circle of Men
- American Legion Post 9
- DAR Chapter, Thomas Paine
- Heart of Awareness Buddhist Community
- Sculpture Class with Larkin Noon LCS

Sep 18

- Chapala Sunrise Rotary Club
- Dog /Cat Food Drive
- Kayak Get Together - 12 Noon at at Maria Isabel
- OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS

Sep 19

- Karaoke with Stan
- American Legion Post 7 Yard Sale
- Sculpture Class with Larkin Noon LCS
- The Great American Songbook
- Writer's Group

Sep 20

- ACA (ADULT CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS & DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES
- EL QUETZAL Chapala
- Lakeside Spay and Neuter Center Adoption clinic on the 1st and 3rd Saturday's

Sep 22

- Al-Anon Paths to Recovery
- OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS
- The Jam Band at El Bar Co
- Women's Cancer & Life Threatening

Sep 23

- Karaoke with Stan
- CENTERING PRAYER GROUP
- Rotary Club of Ajijic Weekly Meeting
- The Great American Songbook

Sep 24

- A Circle of Men
- Axixic Masonic Lodge #31 Meeting
- Heart of Awareness Buddhist Community
- Loss & Moving Forward Group
- Sculpture Class with Larkin Noon LCS

Sep 25

- LCS Bus Trip to the Guadalajara Zoo
- Chapala Sunrise Rotary Club
- Kayak Get Together - 12 Noon at at Maria Isabel
- OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS

Sep 26

- Logo Winner Announcement Event
- Karaoke with Stan
- American Legion Post 7 Yard Sale
- Sculpture Class with Larkin Noon LCS
- The Great American Songbook

Sep 27

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Faros Papel Arroz

 Agustin Juarez  Faros Papel Arrox

New Book THE SOLITUDE OF DESTINY written in the style of magical realism, by ex-pat Agustin Eliab Juarez now a Guadalajara resident just published by Flower Press of Montreal, Canada. The story revolves around a man in search of his cultural identity. born Indian in Mexico he quickly moves to Mexico City where he receives literary success, earning a prestigious professorship in the US. Once acculturated into American society, he loses sight of his roots, spiraling into self-destruction until one day he sees the light. The book is available through Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

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Yes Men Do Cry

Yes, Men Do Cry * by Gary Fish

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El Nitty Gritty - Howard Fryer's Book About Lakeside Jocotepec Ajijic

El Nitty Gritty Short Stories about Jocotepec

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El Nitty Gritty — Thirty years in Mexico

66 amazing, hilarious stories about Lakeside
people, history and happenings -- all true!

(Edited by LCS member Jim Dickinson)


 

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