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  1. Press Release April 26, 2021 Musical Theatre Alive and Well in Lakeside! The performing arts have become very dormant worldwide over the past 12 months. Closely packed theaters and concert halls are not conducive to pandemic safety. Michael Reason conductor of the Lake Chapala Community Orchestra, has used this time to create a new Broadway revue featuring three of Lakeside´s most talented performers. On Sunday May 30 area residents will get the opportunity to experience Back to Broadway with Amaranta Santos, Laura Medina and Doug Voet in a carefully designed show
  2. Spanish in Action With this course we want to support you in learning to speak the language so that you can communicate with the Spanish-speaking community in an adequate and relaxed way. We will start with level 1 that will last 14 weeks, with classes twice a week for an hour and a half per session. The first level is divided into two courses: 1A and 1B. The second level is divided into two courses: 2A and 2B. The third level is divided into two courses: 3A and 3B. Attendance is two sessions that last two hours each per week, alon
  3. Intro to Spanish Description: Introductory Spanish classes are open to all current LCS members. Classes are designed for individuals without any Spanish language background. The instructor will introduce learners to Spanish pronunciation, some vocabulary and social protocols. Material will be given by the instructor in class. Date: Tuesday, May 04, 11 & 18 or Jun 01, 08 & 15. Time: 12:00 to 1:30 pm. Instructor: Inez Dyer Place: Gazebo Course Fee: $350 MXN Min/Max Students required: 4/12 We will follow COVID protocols with no ex
  4. LCS Prueba México Program Mexican homemade salsas. Course Fee: $380 MXN Instructor: Ana Moreno Course Dates: May 27, 2021 Course Time: Wednesday, 1:30 to 3:30pm Course Location: Grass area Min/Max Students required: 10/12 Description: The key to many Mexican dishes is found in their sauces, whether they are raw, cooked, fried, stewed, etc. And that can be spicy, sweet, neutral, acidic, light, thick, simple or very elaborate. With this course LCS aims to take you by the hand to learn how some of the favorite Mexican salsas in the r
  5. LCS Prueba México Program LCS classes are not first come first serve, they are first payed first served. To sign up, make sure your membership is current and covers the duration of this course. Registration requires payment. There is no refund. Mexican manners. Course Fee: $350 MXN Instructor: Alfredo Pérez Course Dates: Thursday, Jun 03 Course Time: Monday, 1:00 to 3:30 pm Course Location: Veranda Min/Max Students required: 6/12 Description: Cultural sho
  6. Chapala is vaccinating teachers this week. Probably too busy to add Ajijic also.
  7. Most of the village houses from at least Pedro Moreo west past Danza del Sol have been so marked. Doubt that they are all easy prey, including my Mexican employee.
  8. In this case,NOT as artsnob says.. It's legit.
  9. My employee saw a worker with vest labeled Brigadista de Jalisco. Google advises that these are stateworkers who come around checking water supplies for mosquitos. I remember them from several years ago.if you answeryour door they check for standing water and have a baggie of some sort that they put in your tinacos, aljibe, fountain, etc.
  10. Haven't walked down to the park but a birdseye view from my upstairs corner window show nothing happening.. no traffic, security, etc etc I heard that the second shots would not be at the malecon as there are too many entrances/exits to control crowd. Possibly the charro ring by El Torrito whenever.
  11. Mine is fine.... no changes at all.
  12. Took three hours for the receipt. Waiting on grassy area by purple building....You need the same copies - permanente, appt. sheet and curp which they will keep. Evidently they were there yesterday also and no one knew... from 9-3. Don't know about tomorrow but there was a BIG to bee given out. Filed by your first name and the dox are sorted into A,,B etc but within those piles the documents are not alphabetical. The line moved along. Supposedly the second shot is 16/17th - no further info.
  13. Note: Time correction for Package 2 should be 12:00 - 1:10 p.m.
  14. I've been told that the government is not completely responsible for the organization of these events. There is a group called Servants of the Nation who are organizing the setup & execution of the vaccine program. In Ajijic yesterday, I did see several people with badges or jackets with this name. I presume this decision was made at a higher level
  15. I arrived at 7:15, home (a block away at 3:45) The earliest arrival, a woman at 4 with chair and blanket. Others arriving at 5:30. By my arrival at least several hundred in line. Wear a hat, bring water, although folks are circulating with free water on a regular basis. Also several smaller restaurants circulating with ready made food or taking orders. Some walking up to OXXO with another holding place in line to return food, beverages, etc. Obviously some had made arrangements for those in wheel chairs or otherwise needing help walking and some were in far worse shape that an 80
  16. Members 30 265 posts Posted December 16, 2020 Introduction to Spanish Introductory Spanish classes are open to all current LCS members. Membership must be active to enroll and must remain active for the duration of each class. Classes are designed for individuals without any Spanish language background. The instructor will introduce learners to Spanish pronunciation, some vocabulary and social protocols. Class sizes
  17. We updated the dates of Spanish in Action. Here they are. Spanish in Action: 1A - Monday and Thursday - 9:15 to 11:15 am - Jan 11 to March 29. Gazebo 1B - Monday and Thursday - 11:45 to 1:45 pm - Jan 11 to March 29. Gazebo 2A - Tuesday and Friday - 9:15 to 11:15 am - Jan 12 to Mar 26. Gazebo Spanish in Action: 1A - Monday and Thursday - 9:15 to 11:15 am - April 05 to May 20. Gazebo 1B - Monday and Thursday - 11:45 to 1:45 pm - April 05 to May 20. Gazebo 2A - Tuesday and Friday - 9:15 to 11:15 am - April 06
  18. That was the info I was given.. waiting for clarification.
  19. Yes, it was and Puritan kind of shared the space. Can't remember the exact configuration but May Collins and daughter Camille moved to the Maskaras location and then to the location now. Long time lakeside family and son Rod started Lagunanet - which the the first internet service (dial up) in addition to TelMex.
  20. Actually Mom's used to be, for old timers, by Puritan Poultry.
  21. I've just sent you a PM... for a locally available CDN plated enclosed trailer.
  22. Yes you can pay TelMex at TelCel. The TM office is open from 9-3. I was there this morning to file a report as the truck that hit the pole on Independencia Wednesday also took out phone lines. 1-5 business days to repair. No phone or internet since Wednesday There is a sign on the entry door listing where you can pay your bill.
  23. CFE here now. Power back within two hours. But returning tomorrow for pole replaccement.
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