The Museum of Portimão opens two interesting exhibitions on July 10th at 17:00h, highlighting the sea as a common denominator. "Listen to the Ocean" by artist BJ Boulter (Bárbara Jane Boulter), and an exhibition of works related to the contest "Design with Tins".
Rotary Club Estoi Palace (RCEPI) launched a Lockdown Themed Photographic Competition on the 1st of March which ran until the 31st of May. The last year has been an enormous challenge for everyone. The onset of Covid 19 has led to Governments introducing draconian measures to control the spread of the virus.
The Algarve Classic Cars event is back in the Algarve between the 9th and 11th of July, and is said to be the 'big stage' of classic cars in Portugal and the Iberian Peninsula.
There will be a total of 8 'Amigos de Música' concerts during June 2021. these will take place in the auditorium at Os Agostos.
The first two of 4 concerts will be on Tuesday June 15 when pianist KONSTANTIN LAPSHIN will play pieces by Beethoven, Liszt and Rachmaninov during both the matinee and evening concerts. On Thursday June 17 Konstantin’s matinee and evening concerts will feature music by Scriabin, Chopin and Tchaikovsky.
On June 19th, it’s time to celebrate the second edition of the Algarve Boat Festival in Lagos, Portugal. SeaBookings, a portuguese Start-Up dedicated to maritime tourism, with the support of the Municipality of Lagos, is getting ready to host this innovative concept of partying for the second time.
On March 28th, 2021 All Saints Anglican Church in the Algarve has 2 things to celebrate. The first is celebrated every year on the Sunday before Easter – Palm Sunday, When Jesus Christ rode into Jerusalem and was greeted with overwhelming joy by the crowds who came to meet him.
All Saints Anglican Church in the Algarve are taking advantage of the current restrictions on movement to extend an invitation to the whole community to join them every Thursday and Friday in a series of activities which they hope will bring laughter, smiles and fellowship for everyone, not just members of All Saints Anglican Church.
Carols rang out across a beautiful moonlit sky last Thursday night in Almancil as All Saints Anglican Church hosted the first ever community “Drive in Carol Service”.
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