South Murcia News May 2017

Tel 968 493 285 – Sat Market
Every Sunday – Antique & Collectable Market near the Railway Station. From 10am

Friday 5th May – Classical Concert 'Rachmaninov & Beethoven' @ Auditorio Infanta Doña Elena – 15€ – 9pm

Saturday 6th/Sunday 7th May – XXXII Triathlon

Sunday 7th May – Free Guided Theatrical Tour 10.30am from Tourist Office

Saturday 13th & 27th May – Free Guided Tour of Historic Aguilas – 11am from Tourist Office

Friday 19th May – Elche Symphonic Orchestra @ Auditorio Infanta Doña Elena – 15€ – 9pm

Sunday 21st May – Free Ruta del Ferrocarril (Railway Route) in Spanish - 10am from Monumento de Ferrocarril – booking essential

Sunday 28th May – Classic Theatre with Reina Juana @ Auditorio Infanta Doña Elena – 14€ (10€ disc) – 9pm

Alhama de Murcia
Tel 968 633 512 – Tues Market

The Municipal Swimming Pool is open until the end of August.

Photographic Exhibition until Sunday 21st May @ Cultural Centre, Plaza Vieja. Mon-Fri 9am-1.30pm & 4.30pm-8pm
'El Objetivo del Tiempo' by Salvador Ramirez

Exhibition of Cueva Victoria to 28th May @ The Archaeological Museum Los Baños. Exhibits include mining items and fossilised bones from Cerro de San Gines de la Jara in Cartagena. Tues-Sat 10am-2pm & 5pm-9pm. Sun & Fiestas 10am-2pm

Free Exhibition until Sunday 28th May @ El Posito Exhibition Centre.
Paintings by Soto Alcon. Tues-Sat 5pm-8pm

Saturday 6th May - Guided Visit to Alhama Castle 3€– 11am from Archaeological Museum Los Baños – 1½ hrs.

Saturday 6th May – Free Guided Tour of Thermal Baths in Spanish - 11am

Friday 12th May – 'Un Racimo de Picaros' Play in Spanish @ Teatro Cine Velasco 5€ - 9pm

Saturday 13th May – Free Guided Walk in Sierra Espuña National Park for over 12 years of age – 9am

Saturday 13th May – Free Evening Street Theatre @ Iglesia de San Lazaro

Sunday 14th May – V Walk Against Hunger from Iglesia de San Lazaro. 15€ adults/10€ children – 8.30am

Sunday 14th May – Free Choral Concert @ Teatro Cine Velasco – 12pm

Sunday 14th May – Free Flamenco Concert @ Casa Cultura – 12.30pm

Photographic Exhibition showing winners of the Semana Santa competition @ Cultural Centre from 18th May-2nd June

Saturday 20th May (English) & 21st May – 90 min Free Theatrical Visit In Spanish –11am from Tourist Office.

Sunday 21st May – Guided Walk to Sierra Espuña – booking at Tourist Office essential – 3€ for all over 10 years

Sunday 21st May – Artisan Market in La Feria Street.

Tel 968 441 914 - Thurs Market

Tel 968 594 426 – Sat Market
Free Guided Tours in Mazarrón area.
Visit the Tourist Office or for full details of all tours.

Schools Taught Nautical Sports Thanks To A Programme Financed By The City Council

Pupils of 6th & 4th grade of ESO received theoretical and practical training in sailing, kayaking and paddle surfing.

The programme combined theoretical classes in the classrooms with practical days in the waters of Mazarrón Bay.

Nono García Will Teach How to Paint With Watercolors

The workshop is aimed at students who will enjoy a creative weekend of painting.

This training activity is directed at unemployed people enrolled in the SEF, in possession of the title of graduate in ESO. It will last 450 hours and will end on 20th July. In total, there will be 370 theoretical hours and 80 non-work hours

Nono Garcia, born in Mula, will give classes in Casas Consistoriales from 10am-2pm. Nono García studied at the School of Plastic Arts in Murcia and among his most recent awards is the Montblanc Prize and his entry at the II International Biennial of Acuarela Fabriano. He designed the poster of Murcia Three Cultures in 2015 and the one of the Fair of Murcia in 2011.

Enrolment For Two New Summer Courses at The University Internacional del Mar In Mazarrón

Teamwork and productivity, cinema, literature and comics will be the theme of two training places. Registration remains open at its summer headquarters in Mazarrón.

The first of the courses will take place from 11th – 13th July and is entitled "Cinema, literature, comics, specialized texts: the phraseology surrounds us." It will be informative and open to the general public, although it is for translators and philologists, teachers of Spanish and foreign language, students of languages ​​and communicative studies and anyone interested in learning how the language works and discover its resources and potentialities. It will last 25 hours and is for maximum of 100 students. It will be directed by Arianna Alessandro and Elena Macías and will provide free setup credits and CRAU credits.

The second course will be held from 17th - 20th July and will focus on "Teamwork and productivity for personal and professional development". It will be directed and co-ordinated by José Vicente Martínez to managers, professionals, students and anyone who wants to improve their personal productivity and or that of their work teams. It will last 25 hours and have a maximum of 50 students. Equally it will contribute credits of free configuration and CRAU.

More information and inscriptions at

Tel 968 423 902 – Wed Market