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San Felipe Tequila Festival 
Now seems like a good time and for a good cause, with a cover charge (5dll) at the door going to Casa de Fe Orphanage.
The Lighthouse presents the Tequila Festival on Friday & Saturday, October 16th and 17th, from Noon to 11 pm, with live music from 2 pm to 11 pm on both days. READ MORE

Loreto Halloween Party
Augie's 4th Annual Halloween Party Sat. Oct. 31st 6PM until the end. As always free food, FREE food Happy Hour all night. Come in costume for a FREE Drink. Prizes for BEST COSTUME. Let's Party 613-135-1224.


The Challenge of Outdoor Furniture for Seaside Living
Whether you have owned a beach property before or not, you are probably amazed at how the elements including the salty air is not necessarily the best—even the life expectancy of a house at the beach is considerably shorter. Read More.

Violeta's Story

My name is Violeta. I am a small calico cat who was brought to the San Felipe Animal Rescue (SFAR) thrift shop (segunda) in early August. Before I was brought here I endured some tragic and painful life experiences. Read More.

Jimena Aftermath near Guaymas
Photo gallery of the town of San Jose, outside of Guaymas Sonora.  It was one of the hardest hit areas.  Sonora is Safe and Castaway Kids delivered mattresses and stoves all day long to residents. The need in the area is overwhelming. View Photos

Daylight Savings
On October 25th we turn our clocks back one hour.  Daylight Savings Time ends for most of Mexico.  It's best to turn your clocks back before retiring on Saturday night October 24th.  The US and Canada change their clocks on November 1st.


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THIS WEEK'S GUEST SPEAKER PROFILES

Graham Mackintosh
GRAHAM MACKINTOSH 
Graham Mackintosh, who described himself as the "least adventurous person in the world," walked around the beautiful but dangerous coastline of Baja California. 

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Greg NiemannGREG NIEMANN
Niemann’s books include Baja Fever, Baja Legends and others. The memoirs brought out in Baja Fever created a loyal following of Baja fans and Baja Legends put Baja California on the map and won an award from the Outdoor Writers Association of California, and is in its third printing. 

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Sectretary of TourismARTURO MARTINEZ ESQUER, Deputy Director of Visitor Assistance
Recognizing that tourism is key to the development of Mexico’s economy, the State Secretary of Tourism of Baja California is diversifying tourism products and developing new markets. 

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