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Climate Action for the Future Rally
Friday, September 20, 10:30am
Saving the Bees, Barbara Macias
Salón en Néctar
Friday, September 20, 5-6:30pm
•bird yes•, Book Presentation
Friday, September 20, 5-6:30pm
Feria SMA Fair
Friday, September 20, 5pm-3am
Jazz with a Mexican Flavor - concert
Friday, Septiembre 20, 8pm
World Wellness Weekend, SMA
Septiembre 21-22, Sábado 8am, Domingo 9am
Introducción a la Hidroponía
Sábado, Septiembre 21, 10-1pm
Marcha Por La Vida: Abrazando A México
Sábado, Septiembre 21, 11am
Joy Wade's B-Day Open Studio - opening
Saturday, September 21, 2:30-5:30pm
Harp, Javier Zavala - concert
Saturday, September 21, 7pm
Feria San Miguel
Viernes, Septiembre 20, 5pm-3am
Temazcal - men and women
with Isabel Aguado
Sunday, September 22, 10am-2pm
Arts and Craft, expo, music, Inst. Allende
Saturday, Sunday, September 21, 22, 10am-6pm
La Pulga, flea market, food, entertainment
Sunday, September 22, 11-3pm
Fireflies Don't Fly, children's opera
Sunday, September 22, 5-6pm
Otomí Grand Prize - horses
Thursday-Sunday, September 26-29, 7am-4:30pm
David Mendoza and Friends - concerts
September 25-26, Wednesday 7-9pm, Thursday 3-5pm
Atelier Barrére-Ripoll - opening
Thursday, September 26, 5-10pm
La Noche de Frida Gala Fundraiser, Cruz Roja
Jueves, Septiembre 26, 7:30pm
En Memoria de Francisco Toledo
Jueves, Septiembre 26, 8pm
Tribute to George Gershwin - concert
Broadway, Cabaret Maestro
Friday, September 27, 7pm
Awaken Your Sensual Self - workshop
Saturday, September 28, 10am-1pm
DuoLingo Xpressa
4th Saturday of the month, 4-5:30pm
Presentación de la novela "Destierros"
Sábado, Septiembre 28, 5-8:30pm
La Alborada - festival
Sunday, September 29, 4am
Textures and Colors, Artisan Expo
Friday-Sunday, September 27-29, 10am-7pm
Huichol Yarn paintings and beadwork - opening
Saturday-Sunday, September 28-29, 12-5pm
Guelaguetza folklore - dance
Sunday, September 29, 8-9:30pm
Sketching Fast & Loose with Rhoda Draws
art classes
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, 9:30-12:30
TOSMA Farmers' / Artisans' Market
Ancha San Antonio 123
Saturdays 9am-3:30pm
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Friday, September 20

  08:00am  meditation: 8:50am, 5:30pm, Meditation Center

08:00am-  
Cost: free, donation
Location: Meditation Center of San Miguel, Callejón Blanco 4
Contact:
Website: http://www.medi​tationsma.org

8:00

8:50

5:30

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   08:30am  sport: Pickleball

08:30am-  
Cost:
Location: in front of the entrance to Los Frailes
Contact: Victor, (713) 931-8646 US (415) 113-9631 MX
Website:

Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at 8:30am
Sundays at 9am
We play at the diportiva just up from Mega, and in front of the entrance to Los Frailes.

A paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.

The Basics
1. A fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.
2. Played both indoors or outdoors on a badminton-sized court and a slightly modified tennis net.
3. Played with a paddle and a plastic ball.

A Game for Everyone
The USAPA currently estimates there are now over 400,000 players actively playing pickleball.


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   09:45am  tour: Historic Walking Tour of SMA

09:45am-12:00pm  
Cost: $300
Location: Meet in the Jardin across from the Parroquia
Contact:
Website: https://historicalwalkingtour.org/

English-speaking guides walk guests through San Miguel’s glorious past, showing them the city center, and its historic buildings and churches. The tour takes approximately two and one-half hours, covers a ten-block area and is mostly level walking. It is a definite “must” for any visitor to San Miguel! The Historical Walking tour has been awarded TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence.

Some highlights of the tour include: La Parroquia – San Miguel’s iconic landmark church. Casa Canal – the magnificent former home of San Miguel’s most prominent family. El Nigromante – originally a convent, then San Miguel’s first school of art, now a cultural center. Vida Obra de General Ignacio Allende – David Siqueiros’ famous unfinished mural and House of Conspiracies – where the war of independence was planned.

Tours take place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Groups meet in the Jardin across from the Parrroquia at 9:45 AM and leave at 10:00 AM. Cost: 300 pesos.

Your donation supports the work of Patronato Pro Niños, a non-profit organization that has provided dental and medical care to the children of the neediest families within our community and outlying area, since 1970. Revenue from the tours makes a substantial financial contribution the organization.

9:45 am for 10:00 am departure

Additional information can be obtained at our website: historicalwalkingtour.org .


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10:30am  rally: Climate Action for the Future Rally

10:30am-  
Cost: Free
Location: Pollo Feliz, La Lejona and Fábrica la Aurora
Contact:
Website:

Climate Action for the Future Rally

Friday, September 20, 10:30am


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   11:30am  talk: San Miguel Philosophy Group

11:30am-01:00pm  
Cost: 35
Location: Hotel Quinta Loreto, tv room, Loreto 15
Contact: Dr Linda Sonna: lsonna@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.drsonna.org/


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   01:30pm  bridge: Duplicate Bridge

01:30pm-  
Cost:
Location: Bridge Studio, Plaza Pueblito, Stirling Dickenson 28
Contact:
Website: www.smabridge.com

Games lessons, gifts, study aids.
Plaza Pueblito

Website

hike.


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05:00pm  book: •bird yes•, Book Presentation

05:00pm-06:30pm  
Cost: Free
Location: Salón Néctar, Camino Silvestre, Correo 43
Contact:
Website:

•bird yes•, Book Presentation

Friday, September 20, 5-6:30pm


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05:00pm  feria: Feria San Miguel

05:00pm-12:00pm  
Cost: $40
Location: Boulevard de la Conspiración 130
Contact:
Website:

Feria San Miguel

Viernes, Septiembre 20, 5pm-3am


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05:00pm  salon: Saving the Bees, Barbara Macias, Salón en Néctar

05:00pm-06:30pm  
Cost: free
Location: Camino Silvestre, Correo 43
Contact:
Website:



Saving the Bees, Barbara Macias

Salón en Néctar
Friday, September 20, 5-6:30pm


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05:00pm  fair: Feria SMA Fair

05:00pm-03:00am  
Cost: $40, $100
Location: Recinto Ferial
Contact:
Website:

Feria SMA Fair

Friday, September 20, 5pm-3am


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   06:00pm  spirit: Kabbalat Shabbat

06:00pm-  
Cost: free
Location: JC3, Calle de las Moras 47
Contact:
Website:

Friday of the month:
First 5:30pm- First Friday Live, Reconstructionist Service
Second 6pm- Conservative Kabbalat Shabbat
Third 7pm- Reform Kabbalat Shabbat
Fourth 6pm- Conservative Kabbalat Shabbat


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08:00pm  concert:  Jazz with a Mexican Flavor - concert

08:00pm-  
Cost: $250
Location: Bellas Artes, Hernández Macías 75
Contact:
Website:

Jazz with a Mexican Flavor - concert

Friday, Septiembre 20, 8pm


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   09:00pm  tiolu: Bobby Kapp Quartet

09:00pm-11:30pm  
Cost:
Location: Mesones 103
Contact:
Website:

Bobby Knapp Live at Tio Lucas
Godfather of San Miguel Jazz

Fridays, Saturdays
from 9 pm to 11:30 pm (three sets)

For reservations, call 415 152 4996


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Saturday, September 21

08:00am  salud: World Wellness Weekend, SMA

08:00am-  
Cost: Gratis
Location: Ver la información en el póster
Contact:
Website:

World Wellness Weekend, SMA

Septiembre 21-22, Sábado 8am, Domingo 9am


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   09:00am  market: Organic Market, Tianguis Orgánico

09:00am-02:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: Mercado Sano, Ancha 123, (by Hotel REal de Minas)
Contact: info@tosma.org
Website:

The Tianguis Orgánico San Miguel de Allende (TOSMA) features a wide variety of certified organic products, products from local producers that are currently transitioning to organic methods and other artisanal products from San Miguel and the surrounding area. Consumers have the opportunity to buy healthy, delicious foods directly from producers and to learn more about the food they eat, where it comes from and how it is grown. Enjoy live music and activities for children in beautiful a beautiful setting while supporting our local farmers.


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    09:00am  jewish: Shabbat services

09:00am-  
Cost: free, donation
Location: Moras 47 (corner of 5 de Mayo) Col. Guadiana
Contact:
Website: www.shalomsanmiguel.org

Join us for a joyous song-filled worship service in a traditional yet non-sexist style.

Shalom SMA builds a warm and stimulating Jewish environment where Jews of all denominations and their families can gather under an umbrella of diversity to experience a Judaism that speaks to their hearts, souls and minds.

Shalom SMA strives to fulfill the secular and religious needs of Jews of all ages and varying denominations by providing classes, programs and learning opportunities of all kinds, and a support network for Jews of all backgrounds and stages of life to meet their spiritual, cultural, educational, social and life-cycle needs. We provide Jewish religious services and Torah Study on a regular basis.

We are based on the three pillars of Judaism:
- Torah,
- Avodah / Service,
- Gemilut Chasidim / Acts of Loving-Kindness.

newsletter

Website.


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10:00am  mixed: Arts and Craft, expo, music, Inst. Allende

10:00am-06:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: Instituto Allende, Ancha de San Antonio 20
Contact:
Website:



Arts and Craft, expo, music, Inst. Allende

Saturday, Sunday, September 21, 22, 10am-6pm


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10:00am  taller: Introducción a la Hidroponía

10:00am-01:00pm  
Cost: $750
Location: Hotel & Restaurante Quinta Loreto, Loreto 15
Contact:
Website:

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Introducción a la Hidroponía

Sábado, Septiembre 21, 10-1pm


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   10:00am  art: Show and sale of Art, Parque Juarez

10:00am-03:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: near calle Aldama Parque Juarez
Contact:
Website:

Facebook .


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   10:00am  meditation: meditation and instruction

10:00am-  
Cost: free, gratis
Location: Meditation Center, Callejon Blanco 4
Contact:
Website:


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   10:15am  dance: DANCEmotion - Dance

10:15am-11:15am  
Cost: 50
Location: Homobono & Nuñez, 2nd floor
Contact:
Website:

DANCEmotion - Dance

Saturdays, 10:15-11:15am


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11:00am  march: Marcha Por La Vida: Abrazando A México

11:00am-  
Cost: Gratis
Location: Parque Benito Juárez y Jardín Principal
Contact:
Website:

Marcha Por La Vida: Abrazando A México

Sábado, Septiembre 21, 11am


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   11:00am  social: Social Photo-graphic Coffee

11:00am-  
Cost: free, gratis
Location: Photo-graphic Galeria, Mesones 57
Contact: 415-154-5366, photographicsma@yahoo.com
Website:

all levels photography

inside, in the patio


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   01:00pm  class: A Course in Miracles

01:00pm-02:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: Juan's Cafe Etc, Reloj, across from Biblioteca
Contact:
Website:

Workbook, free discussion class
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   01:30pm  bridge: Duplicate Bridge

01:30pm-  
Cost:
Location: Bridge Studio, Plaza Pueblito, Stirling Dickenson 28
Contact:
Website: www.smabridge.com

Games lessons, gifts, study aids.
Plaza Pueblito

Website

hike.


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02:30pm  opening: Joy Wade's B-Day Open Studio - opening

02:30pm-05:30pm  
Cost: Free
Location: Colonia Santa Julia, Chupiros 7, Bell 3
Contact:
Website:

Joy Wade's B-Day Open Studio - opening

Saturday, September 21, 2:30-5:30pm


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07:00pm  concert: Harp, Javier Zavala - concert

07:00pm-  
Cost: Free, a gift to the community
Location: San Juan de Dios, San Antonio Abad and San Rafael
Contact:
Website:

Harp, Javier Zavala - concert

Saturday, September 21, 7pm


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12:00pm  feria: Feria San Miguel

12:00pm-03:00am  
Cost: $40
Location: Boulevard de la Conspiración 130
Contact:
Website:

Feria San Miguel

Viernes, Septiembre 20, 5pm-3am


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Sunday, September 22

   09:00am  spirit: Eucharist

09:00am-  
Cost: free
Location: St. Paul's Church, Cardo 6
Contact: (415) 152-0387
Website: http://stpaulsma.com

9am and 10:30am- Eucharist every Sunday - two services
English speaking worship service with translation


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   09:00am  sport: Pickleball

09:00am-  
Cost:
Location: in front of the entrance to Los Frailes
Contact: Victor, (713) 931-8646 US (415) 113-9631 MX
Website:

Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at 8:30am
Sundays at 9am
We play at the diportiva just up from Mega, and in front of the entrance to Los Frailes.

A paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.

The Basics
1. A fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.
2. Played both indoors or outdoors on a badminton-sized court and a slightly modified tennis net.
3. Played with a paddle and a plastic ball.

A Game for Everyone
The USAPA currently estimates there are now over 400,000 players actively playing pickleball.


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   09:30am  spirit: Roman Catholic Mass in English

09:30am-  
Cost:
Location: Oratario?
Contact:
Website:

Confession available after Mass
Hospitality room after Mass, with coffee, tamales, cake and cookies provided by the nuns


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   09:30am  spirit: Community Church of SMA, lay-led

09:30am-  
Cost: free, gratis
Location: Smart Space Events Room, Salida a Celaya 34
Contact: ccsmamx@gmail.com for more info
Website:

Community Church of San Miguel every Sunday:
9:30 lay-led service in the round with Wisdom Offering, music and discussion.
11:00 Traditional service led by clergy with music.


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10:00am  mixed: Arts and Craft, expo, music, Inst. Allende

10:00am-06:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: Instituto Allende, Ancha de San Antonio 20
Contact:
Website:



Arts and Craft, expo, music, Inst. Allende

Saturday, Sunday, September 21, 22, 10am-6pm


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10:00am  spirit: Temazcal - men and women

10:00am-02:00pm  
Cost: $300, reservations required, see link below
Location: Botanical Garden / El Charco ingenio
Contact:
Website:

dancer

Temazcal - men and women

with Isabel Aguado
Sunday, September 22, 10am-2pm


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   10:00am  art: Show and sale of Art, Parque Juarez

10:00am-03:00pm  
Cost: free, gratis
Location: near calle Aldama Parque Juarez
Contact:
Website:

Facebook

park
Drawing by Aleda O’Connor. See more of her outstanding work at
www.aledaoconnor.wordpress.com/
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   10:30am  spirit: Antioch Community Outreach

10:30am-  
Cost: free
Location: Jacarandas 52, La Lejona diagonal from the Mega
Contact: 415-103-3132, antiochsma@gmail.com, Scott Provins
Website: www.antiochcommunityoutreach.com

Jacarandas 52, La Lejona Diagonal from the Mega and one street up from the Pollo Feliz.

Pastor Scott Provins

English speaking worship service with translation


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   10:30am  spirit: Eucharist

10:30am-  
Cost: Free
Location: St. Paul's Church, Cardo 6
Contact: (415) 152-0387
Website: http://stpaulsma.com

9am and 10:30am- Eucharist every Sunday - two services
Bishop William Gregg followed by our new rector April 1st
English speaking worship service with translation


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   10:30am  spirit: Quaker Meeting

10:30am-11:30am  
Cost:
Location: LifePath, Rinconada de la Aldea 29
Contact:
Website:


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   10:30am  bridge: Duplicate Bridge for scholarships

10:30am-01:45pm  
Cost: 70
Location: Casa de la Noche, Organos 19
Contact: 152-5024, phylculp@mac.com
Website:


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   10:30am  dance: Danza del Alma

10:30am-12:00pm  
Cost: 70
Location: Bellas Artes, Hernandez Macias 75, Dance Studio
Contact:
Website:


Wednesdays, 6PM-7:30PM
& Sundays, 10:30AM-Noon
All Welcome, No Experience or Registration Required

Danza del Alma is an unguided, free expression form of dance where the music, and hence the body, follows an arch of rhythm from slow and fluid for warm up, to fast and uninhibited in the middle, to calm and meditative for warm down. Danza del Alma is based on Gabriel Roth’s “5 Rhythms”: This dance is “a soul journey… by moving the body, releasing the heart, and freeing the mind, one can connect to the essence of the soul, the source of inspiration in which an individual has unlimited possibility and potential.” – Gabriel Roth

Class etiquette:

o No outside shoes permitted. Special shoes for dancing inside only may be used.

o No perfume or other scents permitted. Some dancers are allergic.

o No talking permitted on the dance floor during class.

o Wear comfortable clothing. Shirts are required.

o Bring your own towel and drinking water.

o Doors to the dance salon are kept closed for privacy during class.

o No photos without consent of dancers.

Danza del Alma was founded in San Miguel de Allende in 1996. Our mission is to provide a safe and sacred space for all people wishing to explore their spirituality through music and movement.


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   10:30am  spirit: Catholic Mass in English

10:30am-  
Cost: free, gratis
Location: San Juan de Dios Church
Contact:
Website:

10:30 AM Sunday: Roman Catholic Mass in English
10:00 AM Sunday or by appointment: Confessions in English
San Juan de Dios Church
Father Dante
www.sanjuandediossmamx.org
Corner of San Antonio Abad & San Rafael
Canal to San Antonio Abad, turn right (north), go two blocks to church
FREE PARKING along San Antonio Abad on Sundays


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11:00am  market: La Pulga, flea market, food, entertainment

11:00am-03:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: Salon Los Pinos, Real a Qro. 173
Contact:
Website:

La Pulga, flea market, food, entertainment

Sunday, September 22, 11-3pm


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   11:00am  spirit: Community Church of SMA, clergy-led

11:00am-  
Cost: free, gratis
Location: Smart Space Events Room, Salida a Celaya 34
Contact: ccsmamx@gmail.com for more info
Website:

Community Church of San Miguel every Sunday:
9:30 lay-led service in the round with Wisdom Offering, music and discussion.
11:00 Traditional service led by clergy with music.


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    12:00pm  tour: House and Garden Tour

12:00pm-  
Cost: 250 in advanced (Mon-Sat), 270 pesos on Sunday
Location: Library courtyard, Insurgentes 25
Contact: Magdalena Hrnándz. houseandgardentour2015@gmail.com
Website: www.bibliotecasma.com

House & Garden Tour, since 1960. Funds educational projects and scholarships for local children

Leaves at noon from La Biblioteca, Insurgentes 25, Centro.
Tickets in advance or at the door between 10:30am and 11:30am.
benefits Biblioteca educational programs.
Breakfast at Cafe Santa Ana, Biblioteca from 9:30am.
Music in the courtyard at 11 am
Contact: tours@bibliotecasma.com or Tel 127-0450
www.bibliotecasma.com


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   03:00pm  readings: Poetry Share

03:00pm-04:30pm  
Cost: free
Location: Casa de la Noche, Organos 19
Contact:
Website:

bring a poem to share, one of your own or one that inspires you


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05:00pm  opera: Fireflies Don't Fly, children's opera

05:00pm-06:00pm  
Cost: Free
Location: Teatro Ángela Peralta, Mesones 82
Contact:
Website:

Fireflies Don't Fly, children's opera

Sunday, September 22, 5-6pm


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   07:00pm  medit: Sound Meditation, Shingetsu Billy White

07:00pm-  
Cost: 100
Location: LifePath, Riconada de la Aldea 29
Contact: theheartisawake@gmail.com
Website:

Come to LifePath to experience the incredible sounds that invite one to enter a deeper level of awareness! Billy will be leading sound meditations using Tibetan and crystal singing bowls, didjeridoo, frame drums, harmonium and other instruments, to create a deep and healing experience of sound and vibration.

Billy White:
With over 30 years as a professional musician, known as a guitarist/percussionist and world music performer, and 20 yrs. studying and practicing meditation, yoga, and sound healing, Billy is now working on a series of recordings that utilize various instruments, voice and sound design to increase relaxation and expand awareness and health. Most recently, he has been exploring the realm of overtone singing, producing 2 or more notes from a single voice, expanding the harmonic spectrum and resonance in the human body, similar to Tuvan throat singers and Tibetan monks.


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Monday, September 23

   08:00am  meditation: 8:50am, 5:30pm, Meditation Center

08:00am-  
Cost: free, donation
Location: Meditation Center of San Miguel, Callejón Blanco 4
Contact:
Website: http://www.medi​tationsma.org

8:00
8:40
5:30

Website.


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   08:30am  sport: Pickleball

08:30am-  
Cost:
Location: in front of the entrance to Los Frailes
Contact: Victor, (713) 931-8646 US (415) 113-9631 MX
Website:

Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at 8:30am
Sundays at 9am
We play at the diportiva just up from Mega, and in front of the entrance to Los Frailes.

A paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.

The Basics
1. A fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.
2. Played both indoors or outdoors on a badminton-sized court and a slightly modified tennis net.
3. Played with a paddle and a plastic ball.

A Game for Everyone
The USAPA currently estimates there are now over 400,000 players actively playing pickleball.


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   09:30am  art: outdoor exhibit, Parque Juarez

09:30am-12:30pm  
Cost:
Location: Parque Juarez uphill side near stairway
Contact:
Website:


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   09:45am  tour: Historic Walking Tour of SMA

09:45am-12:00pm  
Cost: $300
Location: Meet in the Jardin across from the Parroquia
Contact:
Website: https://historicalwalkingtour.org/

English-speaking guides walk guests through San Miguel’s glorious past, showing them the city center, and its historic buildings and churches. The tour takes approximately two and one-half hours, covers a ten-block area and is mostly level walking. It is a definite “must” for any visitor to San Miguel! The Historical Walking tour has been awarded TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence.

Some highlights of the tour include: La Parroquia – San Miguel’s iconic landmark church. Casa Canal – the magnificent former home of San Miguel’s most prominent family. El Nigromante – originally a convent, then San Miguel’s first school of art, now a cultural center. Vida Obra de General Ignacio Allende – David Siqueiros’ famous unfinished mural and House of Conspiracies – where the war of independence was planned.

Tours take place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Groups meet in the Jardin across from the Parrroquia at 9:45 AM and leave at 10:00 AM. Cost: 300 pesos.

Your donation supports the work of Patronato Pro Niños, a non-profit organization that has provided dental and medical care to the children of the neediest families within our community and outlying area, since 1970. Revenue from the tours makes a substantial financial contribution the organization.

9:45 am for 10:00 am departure

Additional information can be obtained at our website: historicalwalkingtour.org .


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   01:30pm  bridge: Duplicate Bridge

01:30pm-  
Cost:
Location: Bridge Studio, Plaza Pueblito, Stirling Dickenson 28
Contact:
Website: www.smabridge.com

Games lessons, gifts, study aids.
Plaza Pueblito

Website.


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   06:00pm  game: Bingo

06:00pm-  
Cost: 100 for 10 cards
Location: Don Lupe Mexican Grill, Salida a Celaya 6
Contact:
Website:

(next to Gas Station) for a good time. Special menu 2X1 local drinks, super service and great prizes.


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Tuesday, September 24

   08:00am  meditation:  8:50am, 5:30pm, Meditation Center

08:00am-  
Cost: free, donation
Location: Meditation Center of San Miguel, Callejón Blanco 4
Contact:
Website: http://www.medi​tationsma.org

8:00

8:50

5:30

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   09:00am  market: Tuesday Market

09:00am-04:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: road to QRO, just past the rotary, across from mall
Contact:
Website:

The Tianguis de los Martes (Tuesday Market) is a giant market held every Tuesday across the Queretaro road from the Luciernega mall above town. It stretches nearly 1,000 feet under giant tarps and beneath them just about anything is for sale: seasonal and imported produce, antiques, blown glass, hand-carved furniture, pirated DVDs, computers, tablets, boom-boxes, hand made huraches, Barbie dolls, goldfish, pet birds, tools, bicycles, buttons, used and new clothes, fresh fish, local honey and cheeses.

Vendors are not all from San Miguel, but work a circuit of similar weekly outdoor markets in Queretaro and Guanajuato. There are scores of food stalls here (try “Huaraches Féliz,” a kind of taco made on sopes the size of a shoe sole).

Come before 10 a.m. for more leisurely shopping.


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   10:00am  tour: Guided Tours of Botanical Garden, Charco

10:00am-12:00pm  
Cost: $80pesos, members $50
Location: El Charco
Contact:
Website: www.elcharco.org.mx

Tuesdays and Thursdays
in English
Walk the beautiful paths of El Charco and enjoy the beautiful landscape it has to offer. Discover the textures and smells of the various areas of the Garden, visit the Conservatory of Mexican Plants, the Scent Garden, flowers, the canyon, archaeological ruins, and much more.

website


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   07:00pm  musica: Classical guitar

07:00pm-  
Cost: 200
Location: Sala Quetzal
Contact:
Website:

La Biblioteca
Sala Quetzal
Reloj 50- A
Miguel Angel Omaña, is a guitar player, studied at the National Conservatory of Music of Mexico. He won many beginner, intermediate and advanced level internal guitar contests, from the third place, up to the first one in various national festivals.
The capacity of the artist to transmit through music any kind of feeling which comprises from compassion, excitement, happiness, love, heartbreak, anger, madness up to frustration, are mental or emotional states of well and/or bad being that we can understand as a "feeling". On the other hand, a physical expertise to execute a clean and fast performance when playing a musical instrument, is what we can understand as a "virtuosity", in order to convey the technic to the highest level as possible in accordance to the interpreter capacity
Miguel , has developed unique skills according to his personal talents, and therefore, he is very glad to offer an special recital.


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Wednesday, September 25

   08:00am  meditation: 8:50am, 5:30pm, Meditation Center

08:00am-  
Cost: free, donation
Location: Meditation Center of San Miguel, Callejón Blanco 4
Contact:
Website: http://www.medi​tationsma.org

8:00
8:50
5:30

Website.


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   08:30am  sport: Pickleball

08:30am-  
Cost:
Location: in front of the entrance to Los Frailes
Contact: Victor, (713) 931-8646 US (415) 113-9631 MX
Website:

Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at 8:30am
Sundays at 9am
We play at the diportiva just up from Mega, and in front of the entrance to Los Frailes.

A paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.

The Basics
1. A fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.
2. Played both indoors or outdoors on a badminton-sized court and a slightly modified tennis net.
3. Played with a paddle and a plastic ball.

A Game for Everyone
The USAPA currently estimates there are now over 400,000 players actively playing pickleball.


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   09:30am  other: Wednesday on the Water, kayak

09:30am-11:30am  
Cost: $200
Location: Presa de Allende
Contact: presaamigos@gmail.com
Website: http://www.amigosdelapresa.org/

Once a week Amigos offers an ‘open’ paddle. These paddles are designed for kayakers of all skill levels. Beginners are encouraged to sign up for lessons on the first Wednesday of the month. Lessons are given for those interested in learning some basic techniques which will enhance your paddling experience. We will reserve a kayak for you on a first-come-first-serve basis. Be sure to include your telephone number in the email. Kayaks are 200 pesos.


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   09:45am  tour: Historic Walking Tour of SMA

09:45am-12:00pm  
Cost: $300
Location: Meet in the Jardin across from the Parroquia
Contact:
Website: historicalwalkingtour.org

English-speaking guides walk guests through San Miguel’s glorious past, showing them the city center, and its historic buildings and churches. The tour takes approximately two and one-half hours, covers a ten-block area and is mostly level walking. It is a definite “must” for any visitor to San Miguel! The Historical Walking tour has been awarded TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence.

Some highlights of the tour include: La Parroquia – San Miguel’s iconic landmark church. Casa Canal – the magnificent former home of San Miguel’s most prominent family. El Nigromante – originally a convent, then San Miguel’s first school of art, now a cultural center. Vida Obra de General Ignacio Allende – David Siqueiros’ famous unfinished mural and House of Conspiracies – where the war of independence was planned.

Tours take place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Groups meet in the Jardin across from the Parrroquia at 9:45 AM and leave at 10:00 AM. Cost: 300 pesos.

Your donation supports the work of Patronato Pro Niños, a non-profit organization that has provided dental and medical care to the children of the neediest families within our community and outlying area, since 1970. Revenue from the tours makes a substantial financial contribution the organization.

9:45 am for 10:00 am departure

Additional information can be obtained at our website: historicalwalkingtour.org .


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   10:00am  service: Make mattresses volunteers needed

10:00am-12:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: St. Paul's Church, Calle Cardo 6
Contact: kamkat1013@yahoo.com, 415 121 1325
Website:

H.O.S.T, Helping Others Sleep Tonight, recycles plastic bags to make mattresses for local children. Bags may be white, black or clear (no bubble wrap.) Must be clean. Drop-off bags at St. Paul's Church, La Conexion, Solutions, The Bagel Cafe. Donations for buying fabric may be made at Natura.

Just show up whenever you can and join the fun.
Kameron Tyler

website
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   12:30pm  bridge: Rubber Bridge for kid's glasses

12:30pm-03:30pm  
Cost: 10 pesos, for children's glasses
Location: Cafe, Vivali, Hernandez Macias 66
Contact: 152-0934
Website:

by the Lions Club
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   01:00pm  opening: Contemp. Handmade Paper Art, open studio

01:00pm-03:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: Terry Ann Tomlinson, Terraplen 29
Contact: tatomlin@aol, 415-152-2616
Website: www.terryanntomlinson.com

meet the artist


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   01:15pm  service: So Others May Eat, Food for Elderly

01:15pm-02:30pm  
Cost:
Location: atrium of the Parroquia
Contact: 152-8666, 154-8344, 154-5467
Website: www.soothersmayeatmexico.org

Volunteers needed

To provide spiritual strength to alleviate the feeling of isolation and loneliness by means of providing social interaction in their weekly lunch serving physical and spiritual food.

We value their belief and respect their human dignity and help restore hope in the last portion of their life.

Is a charitable organization founded in February 1989 . Each Wednesday for the past 23 years something very unique and empowering takes place in the sunny courtyard behind the Parroquia. Long tables covered with red and white checkered tablecloths are set up under laurel trees.

The tables are numbered according to age 65-95; the elders will be served fírst. Before the food is served, their thin old voices are lifted in a song of gratitude...

Website .


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   01:30pm  bridge: Duplicate Bridge

01:30pm-  
Cost:
Location: Bridge Studio, Plaza Pueblito, Stirling Dickenson 28
Contact: 154-6439, pjarnold@hotmail.com
Website: www.smabridge.com

Games lessons, gifts, study aids.
Plaza Pueblito

Website

hike .


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   05:00pm  spirit: A Course in Miracles

05:00pm-06:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: call for directions
Contact: Marta 154-5516
Website:

Text, free discussion in a private home
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   06:00pm  dance: Danza del Alma

06:00pm-07:00pm  
Cost: 70
Location: Bellas Artes, Hernandez Macias 75, Dance Studio
Contact:
Website:

Wednesdays, 6PM-7:30PM
& Sundays, 10:30AM-Noon
All Welcome, No Experience or Registration Required

Danza del Alma is an unguided, free expression form of dance where the music, and hence the body, follows an arch of rhythm from slow and fluid for warm up, to fast and uninhibited in the middle, to calm and meditative for warm down. Danza del Alma is based on Gabriel Roth’s “5 Rhythms”: This dance is “a soul journey… by moving the body, releasing the heart, and freeing the mind, one can connect to the essence of the soul, the source of inspiration in which an individual has unlimited possibility and potential.” – Gabriel Roth

Class etiquette:

o No outside shoes permitted. Special shoes for dancing inside only may be used.

o No perfume or other scents permitted. Some dancers are allergic.

o No talking permitted on the dance floor during class.

o Wear comfortable clothing. Shirts are required.

o Bring your own towel and drinking water.

o Doors to the dance salon are kept closed for privacy during class.

o No photos without consent of dancers.

Danza del Alma was founded in San Miguel de Allende in 1996. Our mission is to provide a safe and sacred space for all people wishing to explore their spirituality through music and movement.


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   06:30pm  spirit: Bible Study, Antioch Community Outreach

06:30pm-  
Cost: free
Location: Jacarandas 52, La Lejona diagonal from the Mega
Contact: 415-103-3132, antiochsma@gmail.com, Scott Provins
Website: www.antiochcommunityoutreach.com

Jacarandas 52, La Lejona Diagonal from the Mega and one street up from the Pollo Feliz.


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07:00pm  concert: David Mendoza and Friends - concerts

07:00pm-09:00pm  
Cost: $200, $300, $400
Location: Bellas Artes, Hernández Macías 75
Contact:
Website:

David Mendoza and Friends - concerts

September 25-26, Wednesday 7-9pm, Thursday 3-5pm


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Thursday, September 26

07:00am  horses: Otomí Grand Prize - horses

07:00am-04:30pm  
Cost: $:?
Location: Camino a San Miguel El Viejo Km 2
Contact:
Website:

Otomí Grand Prize - horses

Thursday-Sunday, September 26-29, 7am-4:30pm


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   08:00am  meditation: 8:50am, 5:30pm, Meditation Center

08:00am-  
Cost: free, donation
Location: Meditation Center of San Miguel, Callejón Blanco 4
Contact:
Website: http://www.medi​tationsma.org

8:00
8:50
5:30

Website


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   09:30am  art exhibit: outdoor, Parque Juarez

09:30am-12:30pm  
Cost:
Location: Parque Juarez uphill side near stairway
Contact:
Website:


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   10:00am  tour: Guided Tour of Botanical Garden, Charco

10:00am-12:00pm  
Cost: $80pesos, members $50
Location: El Charco
Contact:
Website: www.elcharco.org.mx

Tuesdays and Thursdays
in English
Walk the beautiful paths of El Charco and enjoy the beautiful landscape it has to offer. Discover the textures and smells of the various areas of the Garden, visit the Conservatory of Mexican Plants, the Scent Garden, flowers, the canyon, archaeological ruins, and much more.

website.


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   10:00am  sale: Bodega de Sopresas

10:00am-01:00pm  
Cost:
Location: Biblioteca
Contact:
Website: www.bibliotecasma.com

Sale of various items, used books
The library`s weekly sale on Thursdays at the Bodega de Sorpresas helps support the Biblioteca's scholarship program.

Website .


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   12:30pm  tour: Rancho Tour

12:30pm-05:00pm  
Cost: 750, transportation, demos, crafts, lunch and tour
Location: see link below
Contact: info@rughookproject.com
Website:

A cultural tour of a rural farming village.
There's nothing else like it.

The Rancho Tour

Thursdays


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   01:30pm  mixed: Scrabble games

01:30pm-  
Cost: free
Location: Quinta Loreto, Loreto 15
Contact: Rene Klassen, reneklassen@hotmail.com
Website:


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03:00pm  concert: David Mendoza and Friends - concerts

03:00pm-05:00pm  
Cost: $200, $300, $400
Location: Bellas Artes, Hernández Macías 75
Contact:
Website:

David Mendoza and Friends - concerts

September 25-26, Wednesday 7-9pm, Thursday 3-5pm


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   04:00pm  meeting: Newcomers' Informational

04:00pm-05:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: La Conexion/Paprika, Ancha de San Antionio 9a
Contact:
Website:

Insider’s Guide to San Miguel / Newcomers' Orientation

Hosted by Richard Simeone and Greg Gunter

Find out the "Inside Scoop" on San Miguel at a Free informational meeting that discusses living or visiting San Miguel.

Co-hosted by Richard Simeone, author of the "Insider’s Guide to San Miguel" and Greg Gunter, The Dream Pro Realtor.


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   04:00pm  spirit: Prayer and Contemplation Group

04:00pm-  
Cost: 50
Location: St Paul's Church, Cardo 6
Contact:
Website:

Mary Jane Miller is organizing an 8 week directed group for prayer and and contemplation at St Paul's Anglican Church . The focus will be on Advent first and conclude with the Christmas season. We will ask what it means to come into the world, and the spiritual life which is activated as a result. Centering prayer, contemplative prayer and the prayer of quiet are all going to be explored in an effort to open ourselves to listening to God and remembering whose we are.
Beginning December1st and January 19th at St Paul's Church
The format will be simple, 20 minutes of quiet, 20 minutes of conversation, discussion observation, etc and finalize the time with another 20 minutes of quiet. 4 weeks in Advent and 4 weeks following Christmas, 50 pesos donation per session and there is no requirement you come to them all.
Every Thursdays 4 PM
IDEAS to be EXPLORED
Advent tells us Christ is near and
Christmas tells us Christ is here.

Christmas represents God's brilliant idea to become human and walk among us! Why do such a thing? Because we need an image of love for it to grow within us, to show us the way and to have a reference point for what is true, good and lasting love.
Come and prepare a place within yourself. Epiphany is the Christian celebration of what other religions call enlightenment. Enlightenment is the inward realization and consciousness of being identified with who we really are. We are individual expressions or manifestations of God, a wave of energy, light and purpose which flows through us.
"All great spirituality teaches about letting go of what you don't need and who you are not. Then, when you can get little enough and naked enough and poor enough, you'll find that the little place where you really are is ironically more than enough and is all that you need. At that place, you will have nothing to prove to anybody and nothing to protect.
All are welcome to share tier insights and experiences. Peace


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05:00pm  mixed: Big Cats of Africa, dinner, talk, benefit - mixed

05:00pm-08:00pm  
Cost: $800
Location: Posada Corazón, Aldama 9
Contact:
Website:

Big Cats of Africa, dinner, talk, benefit - mixed

Thursday, September 26, 5-8pm


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   05:00pm  group: Writers' Group

05:00pm-07:00pm  
Cost: 100
Location: Hotel Quinta Loreto, restaurant, Loreto 15
Contact: Dr Linda Sonna: lsonna@yahoo.com
Website: www.drsonna.org


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   05:30pm  dance: Milonga:

05:30pm-08:30pm  
Cost: $50 for DJ
Location: Casa Don Quijote, Pila Seca # 55. Centro
Contact: enriquehg@yahoo.com
Website:

español abajo

Milonga "En tus Brazos" is three hours of dancing, in Pila Seca #55, Centro, San Miguel de Allende, Hotel Boutique "Don Quijote"

$50 MXN for 3 hours Milonga only

The music at the milonga you will enjoy the best tradicional Tango, Milonga and Vals of the Golden Age.
We play only two different tandas of non traditional tango.

° No dance experience or partner is necessary,

Our approach is to help people to discover their own tango, and to explore tango dance possibilities.

Come join us for an evening of fun and dancing.
Drinks (2x1) and food will be available.

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Milonga “En tus Brazos” son 3 horas para bailar, en Pila Seca #55, Centro, San Miguel de Allende, Hotel Boutique “Don Quijote”

$ 50 MXN sólo la Milonga.

En la milonga, lo mejor del Tango tradicional, Milonga y Vals de la edad de oro.

Y solo 2 tandas van a ser con diferentes canciones para practicar como se baila.
Como siempre, tomaremos solicitudes, dinos cual es tu canción favorita y/o el artista y trataremos de ponerla.

º No necesitas experiencia ni pareja.

Nuestro enfoque es ayudar a las personas a descubrir su propio tango y explorar las posibilidades del mismo.
(Cynthia Cardonatto maestra de tango Argentina y DJ de la noche)

Ven únete a nosotros en una noche de diversión y baile.
Las bebidas (2×1)y la comida están disponibles


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   07:00pm  dance: Danzlibre, participatory

07:00pm-09:00pm  
Cost: 100
Location: Nautilus Chamber, Rt 72, 1 km past train station
Contact: 415 150 7598
Website:

What is Danzlibre/Que es Danzlibre?

Danzlibre is a voyage through music and your own spontaneous, authentic free-form movement and dance. Danzlibre is based on the transformational dance practices of Samantha Sweetwater’s Dancing Freedom. There is no set way for anyone to dance, and you can move as you please and the beat moves you. The practice is one of feeling yourself, finding yourself, and expressing yourself with movement (or stillness). There is a basic intention each time, to help us focus in common on a certain aspect of life, by way of a word or phrase to hold lightly in your head to get started and then to let go of it, to just be yourself, possibly as never before. If you have never danced in your life, and want to feel the freedom and joy of the union of body and mind in authentic expression to music, this is a perfect class for you. There is no way you can do it wrong!

Danzlibre esta formado y fundado en las practicas transformacionales de Dancing Freedom y otras practicas de bailes libres. No hay manera fijado para cualquiera persona bailar. Puedes mover como gustes y como el ritmo te mueva. La practica es uno de sentirte, encontrarte, y expresarte en movimiento o quietud. Hay una intención, cada vez, para enfocarnos en un aspecto de la vida, mediante una palabra o frase. Lo mantengas ligeramente en tu mente para comenzar, y después, déjalo salir, para que sea tu proprio ser: posiblemente como nunca antes. Si no has bailado nunca en tu vida pero mientras quieres experimentar la liberación y alegría de enlace cuerpo y mente en la expresión autentica conjunto con la música, esta clase es para ti! No hay ni una manera hacerlo mal!


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07:30pm  benefit: La Noche de Frida Gala Fundraiser, Cruz Roja

07:30pm-  
Cost: $2500
Location: Hotel Rosewood, Nemesio Diez, 11
Contact:
Website:

La Noche de Frida Gala Fundraiser, Cruz Roja

Jueves, Septiembre 26, 7:30pm


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08:00pm  paint: En Memoria de Francisco Toledo

08:00pm-  
Cost: $:?
Location: Casa Buen Viaje, Zacateros 81-C
Contact:
Website:

En Memoria de Francisco Toledo

Jueves, Septiembre 26, 8pm


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Upcoming

Fri. 27 fair: Textures and Colors, Artisan Expo

10:00am-07:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: Centro Cultural Allende, Ancha de San Antonio 22
Contact:
Website:



Textures and Colors, Artisan Expo

Friday-Sunday, September 27-29, 10am-7pm


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Fri. 27 story: Storytelling Festival: Stories in Spanish Showcase

05:00pm-  
Cost: Free
Location: Bellas Artes, Sala Literaria, Hernández Macías 75
Contact:
Website:

Storytelling Festival: Stories in Spanish Showcase

Friday, September 27, 5pm


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Fri. 27 concert: Ellington & Strayhorn, Jazz & Blues - concert

06:00pm-  
Cost: $300, $400
Location: St. Paul's Anglican Church, Cardo 6
Contact:
Website:

Ellington & Strayhorn, Jazz & Blues - concert

Friday, September 27, 6pm


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Fri. 27 concert: Tribute to George Gershwin - concert

07:00pm-  
Cost: $150, $250, $350
Location: Bellas Artes, Hernández Macías 75
Contact:
Website:

Tribute to George Gershwin - concert

Broadway, Cabaret Maestro
Friday, September 27, 7pm


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Sat. 28 benefit: ALMA Sale, vintage, second-hand

10:00am-01:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: see link below
Contact:
Website:





Saturday, September 28, 10am-1pm


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Sat. 28 fair: Textures and Colors, Artisan Expo

10:00am-07:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: Centro Cultural Allende, Ancha de San Antonio 22
Contact:
Website:



Textures and Colors, Artisan Expo

Friday-Sunday, September 27-29, 10am-7pm


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Sat. 28 workshop: Awaken Your Sensual Self - workshop

10:00am-01:00pm  
Cost: $300, $400
Location: Zacateros 21
Contact:
Website:

Awaken Your Sensual Self - workshop

Saturday, September 28, 10am-1pm


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Sat. 28 opening: Huichol Yarn paintings and beadwork - opening

12:00pm-05:00pm  
Cost: Free
Location: Galería Atotonilco, Camino Antiguo Ferrocaril 14
Contact:
Website:

Huichol Yarn paintings and beadwork - opening

Saturday-Sunday, September 28-29, 12-5pm


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Sat. 28 social: DuoLingo Xpressa

04:00pm-05:30pm  
Cost: free
Location: Xpressa Café, La Comer (behind produce)
Contact:
Website:

DuoLingo Xpressa

4th Saturday of the month, 4-5:30pm


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Sat. 28 libro: Presentación de la novela "Destierros"

05:00pm-08:30pm  
Cost: Gratis
Location: Sala Literaria, Bellas Artes, Hernández Macías 75
Contact:
Website:

Presentación de la novela "Destierros"

Sábado, Septiembre 28, 5-8:30pm


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Sun. 29 festival: La Alborada - festival

04:00am-  
Cost: Free
Location: El Jardín Principal
Contact:
Website:

La Alborada - festival

Sunday, September 29, 4am


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Sun. 29 fair: Textures and Colors, Artisan Expo

10:00am-07:00pm  
Cost: free
Location: Centro Cultural Allende, Ancha de San Antonio 22
Contact:
Website:



Textures and Colors, Artisan Expo

Friday-Sunday, September 27-29, 10am-7pm


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Sun. 29 opening: Huichol Yarn paintings and beadwork - opening

12:00pm-05:00pm  
Cost: Free
Location: Galería Atotonilco, Camino Antiguo Ferrocaril 14
Contact:
Website:

Huichol Yarn paintings and beadwork - opening

Saturday-Sunday, September 28-29, 12-5pm


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Sun. 29 dance: Guelaguetza folklore - dance

08:00pm-09:30pm  
Cost: Free
Location: Plaza Cívica, Colegio 11
Contact:
Website:

Guelaguetza folklore - dance

Sunday, September 29, 8-9:30pm


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