We managed two good rides again this weekend, Saturday a few challenges from Estoi & on Sunday some quieter tracks around Paderne.
Locally funded and produced independent film, The Right Juice, is to première in Faro this Friday, August 29th at Teatro das Figuras.
The première will be attended by members of the cast and crew, including the director, Kristjan Knigge, the producer, BJ Boulter and leading cast Mark Killeen, Lúcia Moniz, Miguel Damião, Ellie Chidzey, Beau McClellan and Michael Reeve.
The Eastern Algarve International Shanty Choir will perform at the Bela Romão Croquet Club on Friday 5 September, at 19h00, followed by a 3 course meal.
The surplus from the evening will be donated to ADAPO (the Moncarapacho animal rescue centre).
With apologies to the late, great Robin Williams in “Good Morning Vietnam”: "Goooooooood Morning, Algarve! Hey, this is not a test, this is rock 'n' roll!"
And, yes, as his character, DJ Adrian Cronauer goes on to say, it IS time to rock it from the Delta to the DMZ…!
Or, more appropriately, from the Guadiana to the Cape, the Spanish border to Cape St Vincent as 50s rock ‘n’ roll comes to the Algarve in its rawest, purest form.
Help re-unite lost and missing pets with their owners. The photo to the left is the most recently reported missing pet in the Algarve.
Vale do Lobo will feature a bold collection of vibrant paintings from the acclaimed Portuguese artist Gervásio during an exhibition from 2nd September until 3rd November.
Carlos Gervásio, known usually simply as Gervásio, was born in 1972 in Monchique in the Algarve and from an early age he discovered that painting was to be not only an essential part of his life but his full time occupation.
Olhão’s architectural heritage, part of a new exhibition at Galeria Côrte-Real in Paderne
Much of the architecture in Olhão has a Moroccan flavour, replicated in paintings by Portuguese artist Roma Markov now on display at Galeria Côrte-Real in Paderne.
Throughout this year residents of São Brás will be celebrating an important landmark in their town’s history. Exactly 100 years ago it became an independent council. A new play, ‘Rags to Riches’ recounts some of the significant people and events that lead to this change of status.