Sayulita's street dogs are pretty independent, but that doesn't mean we can't help them with their basic needs -- one of which is water. River and Diamond Jameson, part-time residents of Sayulita, have started a projected they are calling, "Fresh Water for Dogs." The Jameson's purchased 20 metal water bowls which can be attached to outdoor water faucets so the dogs will know where to go to get fresh water.
First dinner dates: June 11 & 12 (mark your calendar).
Delightful specialty dinners and scenery restyling next month at Don Pedro's and then starting again in November for select nights during the entire 2013-14 season. Don't you worry, you'll certainly still be able to gaze at gentle pastel sunsets over sweeping Sayulita coastline; the view will just also include unforgettable glimpses of familiar faces at a remarkable family-style dinner in paradise.
Stonefish Skateshop is urging local skater youth to use their noggins' and wear a helmet. Skateboarding is a relatively new sport to Sayulita, and offers an alternative to surfing for those who prefer to board on land rather than the sea. With the immense growing popularity of the sport, came ramps and little skate parks around the North end of Sayulita, where Stonefish is located.
Sayulita's own local boxing hero, Romario Cardenas Ruiz, brought home a silver medal to Sayulita, after a tough loss in the championship bout of the Olimpiada Nacional tournament in Baja. However, cheers, applause, praise and proud-faced friends greeted him upon his return home. El Sayulero had the chance to sit down with him and his boxing club, to learn his story and his quick rise to the top.
Primary school Revolucion Mexicana and Sayulimpia teamed up this Wednesday morning to perform a river clean up, in order to clean the trash from Sayulita's riverbed. They implemented this project just before the start of the rainy season, in order to keep it from flowing into our ocean and onto our beaches! Talk about pre-emptive and pragmatic!
The Casa Clu Youth Community Center located in San Ignacio is a place where the children of San Ignacio can learn and develop their skills through art, games, activities and sports. The Casa Clu center and the various programs offered to youth is spearheaded by Jessica Zepeda along with other volunteers which initiated three years ago after realizing there was a huge need for such a center in San Igancio. "Many children in San Ignacio do not have the opportunity to attend school. At Casa Clu, children have a place where they can interact, communicate, play, be creative while learning important life skills" says Jessica Zepeda who confirms that approximately 70 children are now involved in Casa Clu and their programs.
Festival Sayulita 2014 is calling you to our paradise! The first annual Festival Sayulita is a unique gathering for all lovers of Mexico, Film, Tequila, Food, Music and Surf to be held January 16-18th. The idyllic coastal town of Sayulita provides a scenic, bohemian background perfect for this international festival. Creative and provocative films will be shown in various venues throughout the town. Additional events include tequila and food pairings, master tastings, beach-front film venues, private screenings, lecture series, and live music.
While I'm sure that most of you probably know the mother of this weeks interviewee, I'm equally sure that a few of you may not know Andrew Willis, Traci's son. Born on December 23,1992 at 1:50pm, Andrew, to quote Tracy, "forever changed the face of Christmas for their family. I will add that being born before Christmas is much more beneﬁcial than being born after. My poor sister was born on December 26th, and I can't tell you how many times her birthday was either forgotten or was a last minute thing.
Since school is almost over, you might be wondering what you can do for fun. How do you keep from not just watching T.V. and playing on the computer? I have some fun ideas; so keep reading if you would like to know more!