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    Debbie Wilson
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    Live and/or work in Chiriqui
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    In Chiriqui
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    Round trip ground transportation will be available from Boquete for a nominal fee of $7/person. Pick up in Bajo Boquete and Plaza San Francisco.
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  5. LAST DAY...for 2019 BJBF Garden Party tickets! Get your tickets TODAY and join the fun! We are SOLD OUT!! Available online at www.mieventos.com.
  6. Support YOUR festival by attending the special daytime event benefiting the 2019 BJBF. Plenty of parking; beautiful new INDOOR facility; 3 performing artists including Mike Dennis, Adams Reach Band, and John Carney. And enter the raffle to win Festival and Garden Party tickets! Advance tickets available at Mail Boxes Etc. ($10) or at the door ($15). Festival t-shirts, food and beverages will be available for purchase. Don't miss out!
  7. Discount $10 Tickets available NOW for the Special DAYTIME Promo Event for 2019 BJBF at beautiful Finca Lérida! October 13th, 11:30-3 Tickets at the door available for $15.
  8. The excitement is building as we approach the 2018 Boquete Jazz & Blues Festival! We are just 7 weeks away from the “Biggest Little Festival in the World!” And now you can purchase your tickets to the Garden Party held on the grounds of the beautiful Hotel Finca Lerida Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Onsite/satellite parking. Shuttle buses will be available from Boquete. Featuring performances by Maria Rivas, Malamanya, and 2018 Grammy-nominated Dwayne Dopsie with his Zydeco Hellraisers, the Garden Party will also include a wonderful silent auction benefitting the Festival. Make plans now to attend this spectacular event to kick off the 2018 BJBF, and all the other exciting events over the four festival days! Tickets currently available online at https://www.mieventos.com/event-detail/2018bjbf. For additional Festival information, including schedule of events and performers, please visit www.boquetejazzandbluesfestival.com
  9. The ticket office is officially open in Boquete! Thursdays & Fridays in December, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. located in the Inside Panama Real Estate office on Main Street across from Big Daddy's Grill and Los Establos Plaza. Drop by to get your tickets or go online at www.boquetejazzandbluesfestival.com. Remember...ticket prices increase January 1st so don't delay. Get yours TODAY! For additional assistance, please contact sales @ boquetejazzandbluesfestival.com
  10. Only 22 days left to get your tickets to the 2018 Boquete Jazz & Blues Festival at the discounted rate! Prices increase January 1st so get yours TODAY, and be a part of this amazing festival featuring Spyro Gyra and Grammy-nominated Dwayne Dopsie! And to help with your ticket purchases, BJBF will have a representative at Inside Panama Real Estate, across from Big Daddy’s, starting next week. Office hours for December are Thursdays and Fridays, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Special thanks to Inside Panama for supporting the 2018 BJBF ticket office.
  11. With the 2018 Boquete Jazz & Blues Festival moving to the Feria, we have more room for vendors. If you have an artisan craft, product, or commercial business and would like to participate, please plan to attend an informational meeting at the fairgrounds THIS WEDNESDAY, 11/15 @ 10:00 a.m. Meet with the Vendor & Volunteer Coordinator, Eddie Pittman, at the business entrance at 10:00 to get all the information. The business entrance is the bright green building on Ave. Buenos Aires just past the main Feria "arched" entrance.
  12. It was explained to me by a Panamaña that the roadway would not be opened until the inspectors were 100% satisfied and even a minor crack/crevice would hold up the approval. This was what delayed the area is Las Lomas for a couple of months.
  13. Get your tickets for the next 2018 BJBF Promotional Event. Dance Party at Villa Marita featuring music from 70's, 80's & 90's. Advanced discount tickets available at MBE and Villa Marita. Support the generous sponsors for 2018 BJBF!
  14. Our family is spread throughout Texas, and specifically our youngest daughter, our siblings and cousins live along the Gulf Coast directly impacted by Harvey. They are all physically safe although we have had several friends/acquaintances who have lost homes, cars, etc.. My cousin began having water in her home today with the continued rise of major rivers. Rockport took the direct hit at landfall and is about 70% destroyed. From Wharton County eastward into Louisiana...much remains underwater today and that water is becoming increasingly contaminated. The city of Beaumont lost its water treatment plant and there is no clean drinking water. The cleanup is beginning but will take a very long time. Last report was approaching 50 deaths. Texans are a resilient bunch and will recover. It has been heartwarming to watch the reporting of neighbor helping neighbor. And by neighbors I mean those across the street, those from Austin/San Antonio/Dallas and elsewhere across Texas, and those from Louisiana, Oklahoma, Kentucky, and other states. We have two nephews involved in the rescue and recovery efforts...one with the American Red Cross who came in from Arizona, and one in law enforcement who came from Lubbock. Our kids spent the day helping a family member salvage what they could from her flooded apartment. To hear the comments of reporters from New York and California who came to help the local stations brought tears to my eyes more than once. We watched ABC13's coverage almost nonstop for a week. One reporter from Los Angeles said that he was used to covering natural disasters like earthquakes and fires, but he had never witnessed the brotherly love he had seen while in Houston. So to answer the question about whether it is really as bad as being reported, the answer is it is much worse on a natural disaster level than you can even comprehend. But the sense of spirit, love, support, resilience, faith, grace (and so many other words I cannot come up with without crying again), are also much more than is being reported by the national news media. Hopefully the US and the world will see and let go of some of the hatred and anger so prevalent in these unsettling times in which we live. #TexasStrong
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