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Okay, besides the Flemenco Festivities, coming up we have the following things to do.

1. Photo exhibition on the main road at the beach on the Paseo Maritimo. This is the front line road the runs parallel to the beach. From the 16th-31st of August an exhibition called Fotos de Familia or Family Photos will be on display. These will be old photos of the town and surrounding area, which I think will be a very interesting thing to see. I will check it out and take some photos myself and report back. This is a Free one folks.

2. 21Aug is a show for children at the amphitheater located near Fuentes Park on the main road to the beach. Program starts 10pm. Entrance is Free.

3. 22Aug A concert by the local band school. Don’t snuff, these guys are very good. I know because I live right about the amphitheater. Show starts at 10pm and entrance is Free.

4. 24 Aug. A Blues night in La Caleta. Walking distance from Salobrena, this concert is held every year, and every year it’s great. It starts at 1030pm, entrance is Free and it located on the plaza located right by the ocean. Plaza de Lavadero. Performing is Fernando Beiztegui Blues band.

5. 26Aug Another Free concert in the amphitheater, in Salobrena, this time viola and piano. Performing are Sebastián Peszko and Irene Domingo Castaño. Concert starts at 930pm and entrance is free.

6. 27 Aug. Piano Concert in the Amphitheater starting 930pm, Free entrance. Performing is Alejandro Vaquero.

7 28Aug. At our Auditorium in town, a piano and guitar concert by Karim Adghal Tamayo and Irene Domingo Castaño. Entrance is Free and starts at 930pm

8. 30Aug. Crowning of Miss and Master Salobrena both infantile(6-8yr olds) and juvenile(16-21yr olds). We are electing the kings and queens of the Rosario festival 2008.

9. Last but not least the Creative Arts School is hosting an exhibition all of August.

Artists are Julia Sanchez-Montes, Guadalupe Peñafiel,Jelu Sanchez, Pilar Criado, Lara Ischenko, Nazareno Tisi, Jesus Fernandez, Enrico Pitoni,Jorge Lupion and Manuel Barros.

Hours are Mon-Sat 10am-1300 and 1800-2100 Entrance is free. From September onward, Manuel Barros will have a permanent exhibit there.

So don’t tell me you have nothing to do. There is plenty, and most of it is free..so take advantage while you are here and see something. The more support we give it, the more it drives the powers that be to produce more activities.

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