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Finally, Tropical storm Andrea has pushed north and given the Riviera Maya a chance to dry out. After being cooped up inside for a week, all the kids are anxious, knowing that exams are coming up and then the last days
of school will be upon us. Many of you will spend the summer
traveling, perhaps back to your home countries to visit with ...
Last week, Playa del Carmen's Music and Performing Arts School, Explayarte presented its full scale production of the award winning musical, Les Miserables. The show ran for three nights to packed and overwhelmingly enthusiastic audiences in Xcaret's Foro Abierto. This is the 5th Explayarte production that I have seen, my 4th as a ...
For the past couple of
weeks, KKiS (Keeping Kids in School) has fallen way short of the number of folks they need to help teach
English to first, second and third graders at Pelopides School. Yesterday
they had only eight people, roughly half of what's needed.
Would you please consider
volunteering to help them out? It's only an ...
Do you have an aspiring young actor or actress at home? Does your son
or daughter dream of a life on the stage? Playa del Carmen's
premier performance arts school is looking for performers for it's
upcoming production. Following the success of Jesus Christ Superstar, Pippin, CATS, Seussical the ...
Do you love musical theatre? Do you love Elvis Presley? Then Explayarte invites YOU to enjoy their upcoming production, All Shook Up!
All Shook Up is a musical comedy built
around a selection of songs made famous by Elvis Presley. The story, based on William Shakespeare's 1602 play Twelfth Night, is set in 1955, in ...
UPDATED OCTOBER 2, 2012
Whether you are here on the Riviera Maya for one month, one year or more, keeping your children active and engaged can be a challenge. Children are not always content to hang out on the beach everyday. When we moved here, the options for children's ...
Today was the first day of summer for most children. Classes and moving up ceremonies were all completed last week and many Playa del Carmen summer camps began today. After much poking and cajoling, Cat and Cole finally dragged themselves out of bed and into their riding gear for their first day of riding camp at Hipico Playa del Carmen.
Well, it looks like the rain clouds have finally drifted away from the Riviera Maya and left us with hot sunny summer-in-Playa weather. The kids are getting anxious, knowing that exams are over and the last days of school are fast approaching. Many of you will spend the summer traveling, perhaps back to your home countries to visit with family and ...
The students in the 1er year of Preperatoria at Bachillerato Naciones Unidas/El Papalote School are conducting a community project in their Ethics and Values class. Under the supervision of their teacher, Miss Hannah, the students will be collecting and donating book to support the Public City Library. They are asking for your cooperation to ...
"Los niños exploran la gastronomía a través de sus sentidos"
~Children explore gastronomy through their senses~
One of my biggest frustrations when we first moved to the Riviera Maya was the lack of activities for children. Besides going to the beach or visiting a local cenote, there was just not much out there ...