Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Isla Mujeres Daily News & Events Tuesday, April 28 & Caught Up from Mid April!

The second issue of 
The Isla Mujeres Magazine
 to benefit Isla charities 
 is online, 
featuring  a variety of talented writers and photographers!
  Here's a link to the Magazine

Please share the charity document, patronize the supportive businesses, & enjoy the articles, photos, & videos! If you'd like to donate $15 to your favorite charity to have an ad in this 2015 issue, contact me at westofcuba@gmail.com

This is the live webcam at North Beach / Playa Norte 


  From  Noticias de Diario de Quintana Roo ....

link to their Isla articles

Seeking intervention from PROFECO: In response to complaints from tourists

Ante reiteradas quejas de turistas que han sido timados

Lanrry PARRA

ISLA MUJERES, 27 de abril.-
   Merchants are asking that PROFECO (Federal Consumer Protection agency) inspectors come to the island, because there are businesses that are staining the reputation of the island, and wasting the efforts at tourist promotion, by selling misrepresented jewelry and generating complaints by scamming foreign tourists. One (unnamed) jeweler explained that the PROFECO inspectors should also bring an expert in precious stones and jewelry, because the federal agents are generally dedicated to reviewing the pieces of gold, silver, and other metals, but may be unfamiliar with the other materials.
    Merchants say there is an urgent need to have a PROFECO office in Isla Mujeres, since neigher the islander residents nor the the tourists have anywhere to go when merchants take advantage of them. It is noted that on recent visits to Isla Mujeres by inspectors from this federal agency, they merely placed suspension seals immobilizing certain cabinets, while the shops remained in operation.


From the Municipal Facebook site.....  (you can join this FB page at this link)

In order to foster academic improvement of the island's population, staff from Cancun Liceo provided extensive and detailed information about their programs of study for all people who want and need to complete their high school education.



From Tvisla Mujeres (You can join this fb page at this link)

Noti Isla Mujeres (you can join this page on FB at this link & view the photos)


From  por esto Link to their Isla Mujeres articles

Weather complications for Regatta sailboats
Complicado clima para veleristas[+] Ver mas
On Monday, strong winds from the south-southeast, at speeds up to 37 km per hour, continued to slow the progress of the sailboats participating in the 47th Regatta "Sol al Sol", to the point where the leader "XTC" slowed down to less than 4 knots of speed, when the satellite tracking showed they were some 50 nautical miles away, before dusk on Monday. Satellite tracking indicated that behind that boat is "Split Decision", by about 10 miles, and still maintaining a good pace.
      It is predicted, if there are no setbacks, that they will arrive at the finish line in the early hours of Tuesday. "Fruition" Midnight Sun" and "Pennies" are a good distance behind, and were entering the Yucatan channel at about 5:40pm. Two more boats returned to Florida due to navigation system problems, "Zephyros" and "Freyja", and on Sunday, the "Nereid" had been the first to return.
   This Regatta has been one of the more complicated by weather, with two days of delay, due to the winds. The Harbor Master, Ismael Gonzalez Gil, reported that he is aware of the progress and following each boat via satellite tracking, with their data appearing "live" on the Regatta website. Their arrival was predicted to begin in the early hours of Tuesday, after this was estimated (calculated) at about 10:30 am,  when the pointer (tracking data) indicated there were over 100 miles yet to be completed, on average.
     The arrival of all eleven boats remaining is expected in the afternoon and evening of Tuesday, and as things stand now, there may be one or two arriving in the early hours of Wednesday.
   This indicates a tremendous effort from the crews fo the 13 participating sailboats. Initially on Thursday, the eve of the start of the tournament in St. Petersburg, Florida, it was estimated that the first sailboat would arrive on Sunday afternoon, which did not occur due to the weather. The course became long and winding for this event, so it is not surprising that another boat had to start its engine to return to its home port, due to difficulties while sailing. It is mandatory that the boats only use their sails for power in this competition.
   Narrations from the captains and crew members in previous tournaments when the climate intervened to complicate matters indicate that it is a challenge to maneuver the sails relentlessly for four or more hours at a time, but on this occasion it will be five full days. This involves physical and psychological fatigue, therefore some say these men "are made of different stuff" with the capacity for pain and persistence facing this difficult struggle to win in the middle of the sea. 

Drunk without his clothes
Ebrio perdió hasta la camisa[+] Ver mas

A tourist from Mexico City, Julio Kaudillo Diaz, 29, was spotted lying in front of the bar "La Tablita" at 6:40am, without pants or underwear. A resident reported this to police, who awakened him and found him to still be drunk. He seemed to be disoriented and confused, and residents assumed that "Adam" thought he was in his bed and had undressed to go to sleep.
      The police asked him to put on his pants, which he did, and they took him to jail, and he will face an administrative penalty for indecency. He told authorities that he was staying at the Marcianito hotel, and that he is an insurance salesman who came to the island for a vacation. The bar is closed at night and the drinker apparently came to 'rest' there in the wee hours of the morning. There is an ornamental barrier with plants that made the fellow less visible, until the light of day, and then the show was apparent. There was concern because there are a number of youngsters who walk this way to school, attending the kindergarten "Gabiela Mistral" and the primary "Andres Quintana Roo".
   In the past, there have been similar embarrassing incidents at the beaches, but those accompanying the drinkers usually take care of them when they are in a drunken blackout state. ("los que entran en laguna mental por el trago"...literally: those who enter a mental lagoon due to drink).
      The most frequent problem is drunk people "empanizados" (literally: breaded, meaning "coated in sand") at various beach locations each year, acknowledged one of the officers. The situation of nudity occurs inevitably, and because of this the police chief recommended that the beach concession holders advise their personnel to inform their clients who come for recreation, that it is prohibited to "exhibit themselves" in the style of Adam.

Navigation restricted
Navegación restringida[+] Ver mas
Navigation has been restricted for small boats, with suspension of aquatic activities due to intensified winds blowing from the southeast at 32-37 km per hour. The Harbor Master, Miguel Gonzalez Gil, said that navigation was restricted for small boats since the forecast was made on Saturday afternoon, and the port could be reopened for them on Tuesday, if the wind dies down.
      Regarding the suspension of aquatic activities, trips were allowed to El Faro and areas off  Sac Bajo, but not allowed at Manchones or in the rest of the Bay. One could see boats under 40 feet with tourists aboard, bound for El Farito, which is located about 300 meters from the pier of the Maritime Terminal. This is traditionally allowed, because the effects of weather of this type is not very strong in this area, and the situation is manageable for the operators of these types of coastal boats. (naves ribereñas).
      Given the weather, the number of daytrippers was reduced, as one of the attractions is certainly to view the Marine Park, where there are hundreds of sculptures, located in the vicinity of Manchones, as well as the Cross of the Bay, and other attractions that agencies sell trips for to visitors who seek recreation. The yellow flags and blue flags were noted to be flying at the end of the dock, indicating the restriction on navigation by small vessels, due to the weather. The fishing fleet of small boats ( la flota pesquera ribereña) have been detained for a week without being able to go out to work, because of the weather.

From  Saturday, April 18

Lack of access to sea for Islanders
Isleños sin acceso al mar[+] Ver mas
According to data collected, the area by the intersection of Abasolo street and Rueda Medina malecon remains under threat of being privatized, despite the efforts of the fishermen for over a year to not lose this area of public access to the sea. Among those who have joined the fight is Enrique Lima Zuno, hotelier, who holds the concession at the southern side of this space, and he is participating actively in favor of the fishermen, as they have confirmed. 
    It is remembered that during the period of 2008-2011, during a PAN administration, the existence of the first public beach took place, from in front of the lighthouse at the intersection of Adolfo Lopez Mateos, representing an area of some 50 meters, but during the next administration this ended up in the hands of an individual. Now this area by the intersection is full of businesses, and there are angry comments regarding the end of the struggle that began in 2003 to stop any solid construction on the Posada Beach, causing a demonstration that resulted in the jailing of the now deceased Gaspar Gomez Tur (El Mucaro) along with his brother Ernesto (Tiega). On that occasion there was a disagreement involving the family of former governor Jesus Martinez who had a North Beach concession. The ex Governor's family changed their opinion regarding non payment for use of the federal zone after the municipal government initiated management of the first beach for the public of Isla Mujeres, or at least that was the explanation of the PAN government at the time.  
     A resident who remembered that struggle suggests reliving that moment in order to reclaim that space in front of the lighthouse, as well as the Posada del Mar beach, as a public area, as well as the other areas by the intersection that they want to have. A leader who participated in the demonstration in 2003 noted that rather than having the first public beach, it has ended up that there is none, which s/he characterizes as an odd accomplishment ( por extraña actuación) of the PAN government.

Environmentalists meeting at Isla Contoy
Encuentro de ecologistas en Contoy
  [+] Ver mas
A select group of environmental experts, foreign and Mexican, met on Friday and agreed that  community participation in conservation and transparency is essential for achieving the goals of the management of Protected Natural Areas (ANP). The meeting at the Isla Contoy National Park was dedicated to addressing solutions of environmental issues related to the ANP, which involves the participation of users, transparency, and the long term management of these reserves. 
    The Director of the Isla Contoy National Park, Raria Del Carmen Garcia Rivos, received the delegation of 75 people, which included Jens Ambddorf, director of the German foundation "Lighthouse", that has provided financing for various year for the cause of Contoy; and el conferencista Lorenzo Rosenzweig, executive director of Fondo Mexicano para la Conservación de la Naturaleza, (The Mexican Fund for Conservation of Nature), among others, including Ricardo Gomez Lozano, economist and expert in systems. Participants included experts from Colombia, Guatemala, Costa Rica, and other locations. The working group "Blue Solutions" assisted with publication of the work of these civil groups to rescue and preserve Reserves and Natural areas at various parts of the planet. 
      The workshop was dedicated to solutions for the environment and marine environments. The meeting began shortly after 10am and concluded shortly after noon, and then the main activity was touring the attractions of the Reserve. Experts from the Caribbean, South America, and Europe participated, including those of the German agency "GIZ." 
     Progress that has been made on Isla Contoy in 21 years of management is associated with the dedicated permittees, as well as the Friends of Isla Contoy, whose president Rudolf Bittorf was in attendance. This NGO has been vigorous in its activities and actions, throught the biologist Catalina Galindo de Prince, director of the organization, who for many years has dedicated her efforts to working with the students of Isla Mujeres and Cancun, promoting environmental conservation.

False alarm
“Papelazo” policial[+]
 On Friday, there was a police operation  as a result of a phone call reporting two armed men at the Marine Terminal, which turned out to be a false alarm. Two men, aged 23 and 33 (whose names are given in the article), one from Yucatan, were arrested in front of dozens of foreign travelers in the passenger area as they prepared to board the ferry to Puerto Juarez. The two men were found to have no weapons, and were brought before the Justice of the Peace. They were identified by a vendor who sells conchs in Sac Bajo, as the two men who had come to his home and allegedly threatened him. It is presumed to be an issue involving financial debt. 
     The arrests occurred shortly before noon, when two police trucks arrived at the terminal and the officers targeted the two men, who submitted amid looks of surprise from locals and foreigners. There was some response of general panic at the interruption by police at a time when passenger movements at the terminal are at their highest. The case did not need to go to the prosecutors, and the two men were released for lack of evidence in the afternoon on Friday.
    Regarding another incident, a complaint has been filed against the two people arrested for theft of belongings of former legislator Conception Armenta, which was supported by a security video from the Terminal,  to determine responsibility.

Fiesta: At colonia Guadalupana
La Guadalupana, de fiesta. [+] Ver mas
Settlers of colonia Guadalupana celebrated the tenth anniversary of possession of more than two acres of abandoned private land at the boundary of Hacienda Mundaca and the Muncipal Cemetery by marching through the streets in a religious procession, accompanied by Isla Mujeres priest Raul Sanchez Alonso on Friday. The celebration began Thursday night, the date of the anniversary, with prayers and pledges in the streets among households and families, which continued on Friday, with blessings, because the large majority of them live with limited resources. 
     As you may recall, on April 16, 2005 the land was occupied by hundreds of people including men, women, and children, a week after the administration began of then Mayor Manuela Godoy. There was never a request for eviction because the owners of the two properties have never appeared. There is a name for one owner in the Deeding office (Cadastre), but it is assumed to be a 'prestanombre' of politicians who had intended to seize the property. 
      The area was subdivided into 200 lots of a dimension of 100 square meters. Since then the inhabitants have services such as lighting of the principal access road, provision of tap water, but the lack drainage services and electricity to the houses. Now there is more peace among the residents, while previously that had been some disputes over lots that were sold by some of the community leaders. The colonia represents a good number of voters who live there and they have been given promises and may become of political value.

From Friday April 17

Recognizing US Regatta participants
Distinguirán a regatistas estadounidenses
. [+] Ver mas

The event to officially recognize the competitors of the 47th Regatta del Sol al Sol from St Petersburg Florida is planned for May 30th at 7pm at the Punta Sur tourist Center, an annual event that confirms the bonds of friendship between these two peoples in the promotion of a healthy cultural, sporting, and tourist coexistence. 
    The other Regatta from Pensacola, Regatta al Sol, occurs every two years. The awards ceremony is scheduled for May 1st.
      It is noted that the spirit of citizen participation to welcome the sailors and the initiation of the tournaments has fallen by the way, which troubles members of the business community and the social sector. "We remember those times when whole families came to the dock to greet visitors, which no longer is the case, and this charm has disappeared", recalled one merchant, noting that members of the Organizing Committee should consider petitioning and organizing residents so there would be a more personal touch to this event.

Construction of pet shelter to begin soon
En breve inicia construcción de albergue de animales
[+] Ver mas
Now that the municipal government has granted a space at the Hacienda Mundaca, as a loan in a 10 civil partnership, and there will soon be a shelter for pets who have been abandoned. The size has not been specified but there is talk of an area of about 300 square meters, located on Lot 002-01, manzana 197, supermanzana 008, on the street Barba Negra, number 036-A in the subdivision Mundaca. This loan of the property was approved by the City Council at the 40th Regular Session. 
      A member of the volunteer organization explained, "This project is intended to house the animals who are abandoned, abused, or are in any state of vulnerability. " The state Law for Animal Welfare and Protection provides that social interests protect and guarantee the welfare of animals, provision of care, good treatment, food, accommodation, natural development, health, freedom from abuse, from cruelty, from suffering, from bestiality, and from deformation of their physical characteristics. It empowers the municipality to disseminate and promote, by any means, provisions aimed at protecting and ensuring dignity and respectful treatment of animals. 
        In compliance with laws, the City is adhering to the procedure set out in Article 241 of the Law of Municipalities of the Quintana Roo, stating that nay transfer, usage, or concession or lease of property owned by the municipality shall be made by public auction and with approval of two thirds of the members of the City Council. After the agreement was signed at the 40th Regular Session of the City Council, it must be radified by the state legislature, which could occur during the remainder of this session (semestre), and then the work could begin immediately (after it is published in the official publication).

Seeking speed bumps where accidents occur
Piden se instalen topes en donde se dan accidentes
[+] Ver mas
Due to the number of accidents near the gas station along the perimeter (coastal) road, users are asking that speed bumps be installed to prevent this before there are greater consequences. There have been many skids and a serious accident occurred there two years ago when three young people suffered fractures of limbs and contusions when their two motorcycles collided. The most recent accident occurred three nights ago, when a woman skidded after coming into contact with a vehicle, according to witnesses. Red Cross and the police attended to their respective responsibilities.
   There have been at least a half a dozen minor accidents in the past two years, according to taxi drivers who have witnessed them. It is suggested that two speed bumps should be installed, in advance of the entry to the gas station, in each direction. It is thought that a lack of signage and street lighting may contribute to these accidents that usually occur as people are leaving or entering the gas station.
     Taxi driver, Michael Chi, who is in favor of installing speed bumps, said "The topes (speed bumps) will force drivers to reduce their speed." Many young people speed along this coastal road at over 50 kph in the night time, and then wet pavement, braking failures, and poor judgement are added to the situation. The amount of traffic at certain times is also a consideration, coupled with the increase in golf carts and privately owned vehicles, judging by the growth of accidents, according to senior municipal officials, when asked about the issues affecting the roads.

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Large studio (Norte), I'm standing in the kitchen

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Fine dining a few steps away at Da Luisa or try the traditional neighborhood eateries a couple blocks farther. Stroll five minutes down the coastal sidewalk to Mango Cafe, Bufalo, Bahama Mama, Compadres Barbacoa or Manolitos. Walk less than 10 minutes to shop at Chedraui or to dine at Green Verde, Kash Kechen Chuc, or Seso Loco. Visit marinas, bars, & beach clubs that are minutes away by bike or on foot. Our guests recommend the Yoga classes a couple villas away at hotelito Casa Ixchel. Fresh juice, produce & tortillas a few blocks away in the village, as well as a variety of other stores and small local restaurants.

April Events

Sunset  ~7p
Sunrise ~6:30a

Moonrise over the Caribbean
April 4   6:42
April 5   7:20
April 6   9:07
April 7   9:59
April 8  10:53
April 9  11:46

Fri March 27 - Sun April 12: Easter Break w lotsa daytrippers/busy ferries.  

April 1, Wednesday: Last Artist Fair until next high season
 On the Town Square. Food samples are 10 pesos.
Thursday, April 2 Town Square 7p  Reenactment of Last Supper
Friday, April 3  Passion of Christ reenactments "Via Crucis" in the streets

Friday, April 3, Noon-2p: >3000 people are to expected to join in the Viacrucis event walking from Guadalupe chapel (Meteorologico) to the Immaculate Conception church on the Square, with (parishioner) actors in costumes playing the parts.
  The other representation of the martyrdom of Christ is at 10a in La Gloria..departing & returning to the Catholic church there..down the main streets, with parishioners carrying the cross.

Sunday April 5: Easter  (Mexico changes to DST, except not QRoo)

Tuesday, April 7: UN World Health Day

Friday, April 17: Arte en Todas Partes event 6pm La Gloria park
 Presentation by the Renata Academy Dance Studio, the Academy of Polynesian Dancing of the Department of Culture, and an interesting pictorial exposition .

Tuesday, April 21: Commemoration of Defense of Veracruz

Wednesday, April 22: Earth Day 

Friday, April 24: Arte en Todas Partes event TBA

 Friday, April 24 Start of Regata del Sol al Sol Yachts depart from St Petersburg, Florida on the ~500 mile journey

          LINK to history of the Regata del Sol al Sol  (The Regata al Sol, the other regatta, occurs every other year, on even years)

Wednesday, April 29 Regata del Sol al Sol  Golf Cart Poker Run (10a) & Cocktail party at Rock House (1p) & Crew Party at Buhos (1p) Basketball game by Town Square 7p 

Wednesday, April 29 Celebrate the International Day of Dance, 6pm, at the Plaza Bicentenario (La Gloria) with performances by groups from all genres...from the municipal Cultural agency, free.

Thursday, April 30 Regata del Sol al Sol Cocktail Party at Ballyho's (1:30)  , Poker Run (3:30p), Mayor's Reception (7p)

Thursday, April 30 Dia del Nino...Children's Day

Friday, May 1  Regata del Sol al Sol Amigo's Regatta: Children board (10:30a), Departure (~11:30a) Awards ceremony at Buhos (7p)

Texas Hold 'Em Poker Mon & Thurs at El Patio 6p on Hidalgo..more info HERE.

There may be a Children's Fishing Tournament in April,  Date TBA
DIF Hat Breakfast, Desayuno de Sombrero is usually in April,  Date TBA
No Artists Fair in May, scheduled to resume in November 

May 16
You're invited to the annual pink wig breakfast, with raffle, gifts and awards. 200 peso donation. You and your friends can wear your favorite color and of various colors, in the design you prefer. Tickets available at the offices of Por Siempre Viva, phone 8770073

Fishing Tournament May 22, 23, & 24

 Charity Info
See tab at top of page!

Donation Drop offs:
Red Cross:  Social Justicia Restaurant (south of ferry terminal, north of car ferry)

 Books for Grade School Reading Program, Items for Isla Animals, Diabetes Supplies, Items for Little Yellow School House, Moto Helmets for kids...Barlitos @ Marina Paraiso

For donations to Zapatos Para Los Ninos.. please contact Greg at bullridersnider@yahoo.com, or find them on Facebook at "Shoes For The Children."

Music: Schedule likely to change for low season (By band & location)

Miguel's high season schedule:
Sunday: The Sol Rockers @ El Patio 9p - 11p
Monday: Miguel solo @ El Patio 6:30p - 8:30p
Tuesday: La Banda Sin Nombre @ El Patio 9:15p - 11:15p
Wednesday: The Sol Rockers@ El Patio 7p - 9p, Faynes 10:30p - 12:00a
Thursday: Miguel Solo @ el Patio 6p - 8p, Faynes 10:30p - 12:00a
Friday: Marina Paraiso 7p - 9p, Faynes 10:30p - 12:00a, Adelita's 12a - 2a
Saturday: Marina Paraiso 7p - 9p, Faynes 10:30p - 12:00a, Adelita's 12a - 2a

 John Cain's schedule  
Wednesday 7pm - 9pm   ElPatio Sol Rockers 
Thurs 9-11 El Patio 
Sats. El Patio 630-830 
Sunday at El Patio w Sol Rockers from 7 to 9 pm

 El Patio House of Music...(formerly Comono)

Sundays 7-9 - Sol Rockers
Mondays 630 to 830 Miguel / 830 to 1130 Ryan Rickman -

 Tuesdays  9-11 Banda Sin Nombre
Wednesdays 7 to 9 Sol Rockers /  DJ 9-12
Thursdays 6 to 8 Miguel / John Cain from 8 to 11
 Fridays 630 to 815 Fabio & Ryan / band 830 to 1130 
Saturdays 630-830 John Cain solo Country music / 830 to 1130 Ryan and Band..

Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo 
Mon - Tues 7pm - 9pm - Jazz with Norman and Darin 
Wed- Sat 8pm - 11pm - Tips or Sex aka Alfedo & Jorge

Javier Martinez Cen La Banda Sin Nombre has played for 12 years at Faynes, we needed some days off, so less than a year a go, we let the band Radios play for us (at the same stage same time), they are great! LBSN play Weds/Saturday from 10:30 till 12, Fridays and Saturdays we also play next door, at Adelitas, just salsa music, from 12:39 till 2:00  (I'm not sure if this is still current
Banda Sin Nombre at Chuuk Kay 3:30p Sat & Sun ?? Now Playitas

Fenix  ~1p~4p   Live music at the beach in the afternoons including  Chucho (Jesus Campuzano) on Mondays & Wednesdays, the Cuban musicians Tuesdays & Thursdays, Pao & others on Fridays, someone on Saturday, Cuban musicians w Barbie playing Salsa on Sundays. 

Marina Paraiso has live music Thursday, Friday, & Saturday 7-9

Bahia Tortuga has live music at times...announced on their streetside signboard.

You may find live music at night on Hidalgo 
Fayne's: 10:30-12 (see above)
La Terraza: 9 or 10-12 
Morgan's:  7 or 8 - 9 or 11 (see above)
El Patio (see above)

And at Poc Na Hostel: 9:30-11

Saturday afternoon ~3-5 Cuban music at Veradara's Cuban restaurant

Here's Music by day of the week...with a thanks to Jean Lemke for rearranging it!

Monday - Miguel solo @ El patio 6:30 - 8:30
Ryan Rickman @ El patio 8:30 - 11:30
Jazz with Norman and Darin 7-9p Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo

Tuesday -  Fenix live music 1-4
Banda Sin Nombre @ El Patio house of music 9:15-11:15
Jazz with Norman and Darin 7-9p Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo

Wednesday - Fenix live music (Chucho?) 1-4
Sol Rockers @El patio house of music 7-9
La Banda Sin Nombre @ Faynes - 10:30 - 12:00
Tips or Sex aka Alfedo & Jorge 8-11p  Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo

Thursday -Fenix  live music 1-4
Miguel @El Patio house of music 6-8/ Faynes 10:30 - 12
John Cain @ el Patio 9-11
La Banda Sin Nombre @ Fayne's 10:30 - 12
Tips or Sex aka Alfedo & Jorge 8-11p  Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo

Friday - Fenix- 1-4 La Guera & band
Miguel @ Marina Paraiso solo 7-9
Miguel @ Fayne's 10:30 - 12
La Banda Sin Nombre @ Adelitas for Salsa 12:30 - 2
Fabio @ El Patio house of music 6:30 - 8:15
Ryan and Band @ El Patio house of music 8:30 - 11:30
Tips or Sex aka Alfedo & Jorge 8-11p  Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo

Saturday - Cuban Music at El Veradaro's 3-5
Banda Sin Nombre - Chuuk Kay 3:30
Miguel @ Marina Paraiso solo 7-9
La Banda Sin Nombre - Faynes 10:30 - 12:00
Banda Sin Nombre - Adelitas for Salsa 12:30 - 2
 John Cain 6:30-8:30 @ El Patio house of music Ryan and Band 8:30 - 11:30
Tips or Sex aka Alfedo & Jorge 8-11p  Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo

Sunday - Fenix for Salsa 1-3
Banda Sin Nombre @Chuuk kay 3:30
Sol Rockers El Patio 7-9
Monday - Miguel solo @ El patio 6:30 - 8:30
Ryan Rickman @ El patio 8:30 - 11:30


 Artist Fairs on the Town Square, usually first Thursday, 4p-9p ~Nov-April. 
Now the City is having Arte en Todas Partes events on Fridays.

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