The Londot Gallery invites you to the Fourth International Fine Art Exhibition on Saturday 29th April, 5pm to 7pm at Londot Gallery, Rua Cristovão Pires Norte, Almancil. Bring your friends and enjoy !
There will be Jazz music by Carlos Maria, Pre dinner buffet and Wine tasting by Wines & Co, Loulé. Price per person is €30.
All monies will go to help Abandoned Animals and to support the art school at the gallery.
Book the entrance ticket with Valérie on 968 802 219, or email email@example.com
With the coming of Spring — most welcome — attention turns to the events being organised to support Goldra in the coming weeks. So in this edition, details of those events take centre stage. From the regular monthly Lunch this coming Saturday, to the Spring Fair at São Brás, the next Dog-Walking Day and the Summer Festival, a lot is happening, and we need your support to make sure these events are a success—so read on!
A sun-filled Easter Saturday in Quinta Shopping, brought out the creative talents in visiting kiddies as young as three
But it wasn’t just the children who delighted in painting their own Easter bunny face mask, or decorating eggs, or icing cup cakes… mums and dads, grans and gramps, joined in the fun and, in some instances, produced little works of art which, although not up to Faberge’s standard, certainly delighted onlookers.
APAA (Association for Protection of Animals on Algarve) will be holding a fashion show at Restaurante Recanto dos Mouros, Silves from 11.00 am on Friday 2 June.
Following the show, good quality second-hand clothing and accessories will be available for sale.
The Murder Mystery Night in aid of APAA on Saturday 6th May is a chance to dress up and have some fun with an evening of good food, wine and great entertainment.
Supper will be at Deanna’s in Falacho, Silves at 7pm for 7.30 pm and drinks will be served whilst the evidence unfolds.
Tickets are €20 per person. For more details or to book your place please email info.apaaportugal@gmail,com or call Jenny on 919 041 903 or Deanna on 916 501 527. (Max 24 people so hurry!)
(You may like to state whether you want a sedate or flamboyant part, or join in as an observer.)
Estoi Palace International Rotary Club and Re-Food Faro volunteered together as part of a special International Service event on March 28th, 2017. During the International Week of Service, held from March 25th to 31st, service clubs around the world were encouraged to partner together to make a bigger impact.
This service event allowed men and women to learn more about the respective work of Rotary Club of Estoi and of Re-Food in Faro, and how they are involved in their community. The project was hosted on Tuesday March 28th evening at the Re-Food Operation Center located in the middle of Faro.
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Whilst attending for treatment at the Lagoa Centro de Saude last year optometrist Roy Carpenter observed hard working staff hampered by lack of equipment and materials, resulting in low morale.
He donated a spare ophthalmic microscope which enables people with eye problems to be diagnosed locally and avoid the journey and waiting time at the Hospital Barlavento, and also suggested to the Lodge of Peace and Harmony in Lagoa that a donation towards new equipment would be appropriate.