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  1. Tickets are on sale now for the 6th OLDE TIMEY RADIO SHOW This is gong to be the best Olde Timey Radio Show featuring some of your favorites and some amazing new talent. Tickets at BCP Clubhouse, Morton's Bakehouse, Mailboxes Etc, Tuesday Market.
  2. If you like to laugh you will love this heartwarming comedy. Tickets are available at Morton's Bakehouse, the Tuesday Market, Mailboxes Etc and on line at eventsboquete.tix.com
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  4. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Your $1 admission helps us keep the doors open Tuesday, March 12 - Medical cannabis - With cannabis recently legalized in Canada and rapidly being legalized throughout the USA people have lots of questions about its medical uses. Dr. Ted Harrison will talk about what cannabis is, what its effects on the body are, and what conditions it has been shown to be effective in. Dr. Harrison will be joined by Diane Heidke and Elizabeth Worley of Cloud Forest Botanicals. Moderator: Cheryl Schmidt Tuesday, March 19 – Dr. Paul Myers addresses "Thinking Geologically Expands your Universe". Geologic thinking transforms your relationship with the physical world. It confronts you with the extremes of bigness and smallness, and infinite time. When and why is this experience important? How do geologists fit in the "modern" world? How is geology relevant here and now in Boquete, Panama? Come, join the discussion. We will expand on it in the field later. Moderator: Sheila Strunk Tuesday, March 26 – NATIONAL ADVISORS CORPORATION will discuss investing through a Panamanian investment house Tuesday, April 2 – “Experience Boquete by Bicycling”, Bicycles have been around since the early 1800*s. This beautiful 2-wheel vehicle is used daily around the entire world. Join us for a presentation to learn why our seniors (or any age) riding group enjoy bicycling in lovely Boquete. Speakers will describe local bicycling experiences, describe different types of bicycles and will explain how you can join and explore the beauty of Boquete and David by bicycle. Presented by David George, Muzz Laverty, Manuel Y Maritza de Samaniego, Javier Christensen, Jeanne Samaniego, and Genie Vidal Moderator: Paul Myers Tuesday, April 9 – Venomous Snakes of Panama presented by Jim Kavney Tuesday, April 16 – Kevin Fisher introduces Boquete & Beyond, Visitors Guide-Business Directory-Community Resource. A Smartphone App that is a convenient way for everyone to find Emergency Services, Charities, Cultural Events, Food, Lodging, Adventures, Wellness and so much more. There will be a full demonstration of this free app’s abilities , including the Events Calendar, where you can view all local Cultural and Charity events in one place. Includes Boquete, Volcan, Beaches & David. This is not a website, it is a Repository of Information and Resources on Your Phone. To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings, please email talks@eventsboquete.org To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
  5. Today is a great time to buy tickets at the BCP Tuesday Market. Get yours while they are still available.
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  9. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Your $1 admission helps us keep the doors open Tuesday, February 26 – The history of aviation in Panama. Ibu Alvarado, born and raised in Bocas del Toro, has a diverse background as a banana farm administrator, Panama Canal Hydrologist, and as an aviator. In his talk, Ibu will address the history of Panama’s aviation: its roots, its development, and its future. Ibu has been involved in aviation since an early age and is still active in the field. His flying experience spans from local, regional to international operations throughout Central and South America. He has recently published a book about his aviation experiences. Moderator: Paul Myers Tuesday, March 5 – Bonnie Williams and Hank Landis, our government representatives for this area, will review such things as immigration requirements and the "new" law, proof of life filing, responsibilities and limitations of the wardens (now called American Citizen Liaisons), how to address federal benefit problems, etc. Moderator: Joanie Feuerstein Tuesday, March 12 - Medical cannabis - With cannabis recently legalized in Canada and rapidly being legalized throughout the USA people have lots of questions about its medical uses. Dr. Ted Harrison will talk about what cannabis is, what its effects on the body are, and what conditions it has been shown to be effective in. Dr. Harrison will be joined by Diane Heideke and Elizabeth Worley of Cloud Forest Botanicals. Moderator: Cheryl Schmidt Tuesday, March 19 – Dr. Paul Myers addresses "Thinking Geologically Expands your Universe". Geologic thinking transforms your relationship with the physical world. It confronts you with the extremes of bigness and smallness, and infinite time. When and why is this experience important? How do geologists fit in the "modern" world? How is geology relevant here and now in Boquete, Panama? Come, join the discussion. We will expand on it in the field later. Moderator: Sheila Strunk Tuesday, March 26 - TBD Tuesday, April 2 – “Experience Boquete by Bicycling”, will describe local bicycling experiences, describe different types of bicycles and will explain how you can join and explore the beauty of Boquete and David by bicycle. Presented by David George, Muzz Laverty, Manuel Y Maritza de Samaniego, Javier Christensen, Jeanne Samaniego, and Genie Vidal Moderator: Paul Myers To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings, please email talks@eventsboquete.org To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
  10. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Your $1 admission helps us keep the doors open Tuesday, February 19 – Juan Contreras and Lourdes Miranda of Miranda y Contreras law firm will discuss recent changes in Panamanian property tax laws. Tuesday, February 26 – The history of aviation in Panama. Ibu Alvarado, born and raised in Bocas del Toro, has a diverse background as a banana farm administrator, Panama Canal Hydrologist, and as an aviator. In his talk, Ibu will address the history of Panama’s aviation: its roots, its development, and its future. Ibu has been involved in aviation since an early age and is still active in the field. His flying experience spans from local, regional to international operations throughout Central and South America. He has recently published a book about his aviation experiences. Moderator: Paul Myers Tuesday, March 5 – Bonnie Williams and Hank Landis, our government representatives for this area, will review such things as immigration requirements and the "new" law, proof of life filing, responsibilities and limitations of the wardens (now called American Citizen Liaisons), how to address federal benefit problems, etc. Moderator: Joanie Feuerstein Tuesday, March 12 - Medical cannabis - With cannabis recently legalized in Canada and rapidly being legalized throughout the USA people have lots of questions about its medical uses. Dr. Ted Harrison will talk about what cannabis is, what its effects on the body are, and what conditions it has been shown to be effective in. Dr. Harrison will be joined by Diane Heideke and Elizabeth Worley of Cloud Forest Botanicals. Moderator: Cheryl Schmidt Tuesday, March 19 – Dr. Paul Myers addresses "Thinking Geologically Expands your Universe". Geologic thinking transforms your relationship with the physical world. It confronts you with the extremes of bigness and smallness, and infinite time. When and why is this experience important? How do geologists fit in the "modern" world? How is geology relevant here and now in Boquete, Panama? Come, join the discussion. We will expand on it in the field later. Moderator: Sheila Strunk Tuesday, March 26 - TBD Tuesday, April 2 – “Experience Boquete by Bicycling”, will describe local bicycling experiences, describe different types of bicycles and will explain how you can join and explore the beauty of Boquete and David by bicycle. Presented by David George, Muzz Laverty, Manuel Y Maritza de Samaniego, Javier Christensen, Jeanne Samaniego, and Genie Vidal Moderator: Paul Myers To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings, please email talks@eventsboquete.org To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
  11. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Your $1 admission helps us keep the doors open Tuesday, February 5 – Now that you are living in Panama, is Medicare Part A & B necessary? Are you making emotional decisions about your coverage rather than rational ones? Dra. Digna Diaz who heads up Boquete Medical Associates and Doreen Sauve, a Senior Medicare Advisor retired from the US will be doing a Q&A session on Medicare Parts A & B, answering any questions that may apply to either Part A & B as well as any supplements that expats are currently carrying. Dra. Diaz will explain the Membership that Boquete Medical Associates offers to expats which in a sense works as a Medical Gap Plan for expats living here in Panama.. Doreen has 25 years’ experience with Medicare and will be able to answer questions from individuals regarding their current situation with Medicare. Our goal is to get your questions answered and to save you money you may not need to spend. Moderator: Joanie Feuerstein Tuesday, February 12 - Treating the most frequent Health Emergencies with medicinal plants in the case of blows and contusions, avoiding blood clots and dissolving them, treating shock and preventing strokes, quickly reducing high fevers, stopping diarrhea due to PARASITES such as amoebas, eliminating the parasites, quickly bringing down high blood pressure, bringing up low blood pressure and first aid for poisonous creatures attacks. Master Herbalist Frank Gruber has 30 years experience giving first aid to humans and animals with Central American herbs.. He is the author of GRUBERS JUNGLE OIL AND GRUBERS VIPER SNAKE ANTIDOTE. Moderator: Cheryl Schmidt Tuesday, February 19 – Juan Contreras and Lourdes Miranda of Miranda y Contreras law firm will discuss recent changes in Panamanian property tax laws. Tuesday, February 26 – The history of aviation in Panama. Ibu Alvarado, born and raised in Bocas del Toro, has a diverse background as a banana farm administrator, Panama Canal Hydrologist, and as an aviator. In his talk, Ibu will address the history of Panama’s aviation: its roots, its development, and its future. Ibu has been involved in aviation since an early age and is still active in the field. His flying experience spans from local, regional to international operations throughout Central and South America. He has recently published a book about his aviation experiences Moderator: Paul Myers Tuesday, March 5 – Bonnie Williams and Hank Landis, our government representatives for this area, will review such things as immigration requirements and the "new" law, proof of life filing, responsibilities and limitations of the wardens (now called American Citizen Liaisons), how to address federal benefit problems, etc. Moderator: Joanie Feuerstein Tuesday, March 12 - Medical cannabis - With cannabis recently legalized in Canada and rapidly being legalized throughout the USA people have lots of questions about its medical uses. Dr. Ted Harrison will talk about what cannabis is, what its effects on the body are, and what conditions it has been shown to be effective in. Dr. Harrison will be joined by Diane Heideke and Elizabeth Worley of Cloud Forest Botanicals. Moderator: Cheryl Schmidt Tuesday, March 19 – Dr. Paul Myers addresses "Thinking Geologically Expands your Universe". Geologic thinking transforms your relationship with the physical world. It confronts you with the extremes of bigness and smallness, and infinite time. When and why is this experience important? How do geologists fit in the "modern" world? How is geology relevant here and now in Boquete, Panama? Come, join the discussion. We will expand on it in the field later. Moderator: Sheila Strunk Tuesday, March 26 - TBD Tuesday, April 2 – “Experience Boquete by Bicycling”, will describe local bicycling experiences, describe different types of bicycles and will explain how you can join and explore the beauty of Boquete and David by bicycle. Presented by David George, Muzz Laverty, Manuel Y Maritza de Samaniego, Javier Christensen, Jeanne Samaniego, and Genie Vida Moderator: Paul Myers To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings, please email talks@eventsboquete.org To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
  12. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Your $1 admission helps us keep the doors open Tuesday, January 29 – DAC Transport DAC Transport is a licensed Logistics & Freight Forwarding company, with professional management team that have more than 25 years of experience in International Logistics Business, custom brokerage and customs regulations, Immigration Legal Services, International freight moving Personal Effects and Integrated Logistics solution. Moderator: Louise Orr Tuesday, February 5 – Now that you are living in Panama, is Medicare Part A & B necessary? Are you making emotional decisions about your coverage rather than rational ones? Dra. Digna Diaz who heads up Boquete Medical Associates and Doreen Sauve, a Senior Medicare Advisor retired from the US will be doing a Q&A session on Medicare Parts A & B, answering any questions that may apply to either Part A & B as well as any supplements that expats are currently carrying. Dra. Diaz will explain the Membership that Boquete Medical Associates offers to expats which in a sense works as a Medical Gap Plan for expats living here in Panama.. Doreen has 25 years’ experience with Medicare and will be able to answer questions from individuals regarding their current situation with Medicare. Our goal is to get your questions answered and to save you money you may not need to spend. Moderator: Joanie Feuerstein Tuesday, February 12 - Treating the most frequent Health Emergencies with medicinal plants in the case of blows and contusions, avoiding blood clots and dissolving them, treating shock and preventing strokes, quickly reducing high fevers, stopping diarrhea due to PARASITES such as amoebas, eliminating the parasites, quickly bringing down high blood pressure, bringing up low blood pressure and first aid for poisonous creatures attacks. Master Herbalist Frank Gruber has 30 years experience giving first aid to humans and animals with Central American herbs.. He is the author of GRUBERS JUNGLE OIL AND GRUBERS VIPER SNAKE ANTIDOTE. Moderator: Cheryl Schmidt Tuesday, February 19 – Juan Contreras and Lourdes Miranda of Miranda y Contreras law firm will discuss recent changes in Panamanian property tax laws. Tuesday, February 26 – The history of aviation in Panama. Ibu Alvarado, born and raised in Bocas del Toro, has a diverse background as a banana farm administrator, Panama Canal Hydrologist, and as an aviator. In his talk, Ibu will address the history of Panama’s aviation: its roots, its development, and its future. Ibu has been involved in aviation since an early age and is still active in the field. His flying experience spans from local, regional to international operations throughout Central and South America. He has recently published a book about his aviation experiences. Moderator: Paul Myers Tuesday, March 5 – Bonnie Williams and Hank Landis, our government representatives for this area, will review such things as immigration requirements and the "new" law, proof of life filing, responsibilities and limitations of the wardens (now called American Citizen Liaisons), how to address federal benefit problems, etc. Moderator: Joanie Feuerstein Tuesday, March 12 - Medical cannabis - With cannabis recently legalized in Canada and rapidly being legalized throughout the USA people have lots of questions about its medical uses. Dr. Ted Harrison will talk about what cannabis is, what its effects on the body are, and what conditions it has been shown to be effective in. Dr. Harrison will be joined by Diane Heideke and Elizabeth Worley of Cloud Forest Botanicals. Moderator: Cheryl Schmidt Tuesday, March 19 – Dr. Paul Myers addresses "Thinking Geologically Expands your Universe". Geologic thinking transforms your relationship with the physical world. It confronts you with the extremes of bigness and smallness, and infinite time. When and why is this experience important? How do geologists fit in the "modern" world? How is geology relevant here and now in Boquete, Panama? Come, join the discussion. We will expand on it in the field later. Moderator: Sheila Strunk Tuesday, March 26 - TBD Tuesday, April 2 – “Experience Boquete by Bicycling”, will describe local bicycling experiences, describe different types of bicycles and will explain how you can join and explore the beauty of Boquete and David by bicycle. Presented by David George, Muzz Laverty, Manuel Y Maritza de Samaniego, Javier Christensen, Jeanne Samaniego, and Genie Vidal Moderator: Paul Myers To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings, please email talks@eventsboquete.org To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
  13. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Your $1 admission helps us keep the doors open Tuesday, January 22 – Sex After 60 Modern medicine has greatly lengthened human lifespan in the last century. But what about our sex lives? Can it lengthen those as well? Dr. Ted Harrison will discuss how sexual function changes with age; why it happens; and what (if anything) can be done about it. Theodore E. Harrison, MD is a Boquete resident of 18 years. He is board-certified in emergency medicine and in anti-aging and regenerative medicine. He and his wife, Dra. Louise Andrew, practice in Port Angeles, Washington at their clinic, Rejuvacare PC, for much of the year, but during the winter he works with Dra. Digna Diaz in the Alpha Clinic here in Boquete. Tuesday, January 29 – DAC Transport DAC Transport is a licensed Logistics & Freight Forwarding company, with professional management team that have more than 25 years of experience in International Logistics Business, custom brokerage and customs regulations, Immigration Legal Services, International freight moving Personal Effects and Integrated Logistics solution. Tuesday, February 5 – Now that you are living in Panama, is Medicare Part A & B necessary? Are you making emotional decisions about your coverage rather than rational ones? Dra. Digna Diaz who heads up Boquete Medical Associates and Doreen Sauve, a Senior Medicare Advisor retired from the US will be doing a Q&A session on Medicare Parts A & B, answering any questions that may apply to either Part A & B as well as any supplements that expats are currently carrying. Dra. Diaz will be able to go into extensive detail of the Membership that Boquete Medical Associates offers to expats which in a sense works as a Medical Gap Plan fo rexpats living here in Panama.. Doreen has 25 years’ experience with Medicare and will be able to hold a Q&A from individuals regarding their current situation with Medicare. Our goal is to get your questions answered and to save you money you may not need to spend. Tuesday, February 12 - Treating the most frequent Health Emergencies with medicinal plants in the case of blows and contusions, avoiding blood clots and dissolving them, treating shock and preventing strokes, quickly reducing high fevers, stopping diarrhea due to PARASITES such as amoebas, eliminating the parasites, quickly bringing down high blood pressure, bringing up low blood pressure and first aid for poisonous creatures attacks. Master Herbalist Frank Gruber has 30 years experience giving first aid to humans and animals with Central American herbs.. He is the author of GRUBERS JUNGLE OIL AND GRUBERS VIPER SNAKE ANTIDOTE. Tuesday, February 19 – Juan Contreras and Lourdes Miranda of Miranda y Contreras law firm will discuss recent changes in Panamanian property tax laws. Tuesday, February 26 – Ibu Alvarado discusses the history of aviation in Panama. Tuesday, March 5 – TBD Tuesday, March 12 - Medical cannabis - With cannabis recently legalized in Canada and rapidly being legalized throughout the USA people have lots of questions about its medical uses. Dr. Ted Harrison will talk about what cannabis is, what its effects on the body are, and what conditions it has been shown to be effective in. Dr. Harrison will be joined by Diane Heideke and Elizabeth Worley of Cloud Forest Botanicals. Tuesday, March 19 – Dr. Paul Myers addresses living with a volcano in your backyard. To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings, please email talks@eventsboquete.org To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
  14. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Your $1 admission helps us keep the doors open Tuesday, January 15 – Part 2 of Boquete Health and Hospice “Being Prepared” seminar. Members of Boquete Health and Hospice address what you need to know and prepare for as we encounter more medical situations and near end-of-life. Attorneys will explain some of the recent changes in local laws. This is always a sell out. Come early. Tuesday, January 22 – Sex After 60 Modern medicine has greatly lengthened human lifespan in the last century. But what about our sex lives? Can it lengthen those as well? Dr. Ted Harrison will discuss how sexual function changes with age; why it happens; and what (if anything) can be done about it. Theodore E. Harrison, MD is a Boquete resident of 18 years. He is board-certified in emergency medicine and in anti-aging and regenerative medicine. He and his wife, Dra. Louise Andrew, practice in Port Angeles, Washington at their clinic, Rejuvacare PC, for much of the year, but during the winter he works with Dra. Digna Diaz in the Alpha Clinic here in Boquete. Tuesday, January 29 – DAC Transport Tuesday, February 5 – Dr. Digna Diaz and Doreen will discuss Medicare Issues for Expats Tuesday, February 12 - Treating the most frequent Health Emergencies with medicinal plants in the case of blows and contusions, avoiding blood clots and dissolving them, treating shock and preventing strokes, quickly reducing high fevers, stopping diarrhea due to PARASITES such as amoebas, eliminating the parasites, quickly bringing down high blood pressure, bringing up low blood pressure and first aid for poisonous creatures attacks. Master Herbalist Frank Gruber has 30 years experience giving first aid to humans and animals with Central American herbs.. He is the author of GRUBERS JUNGLE OIL AND GRUBERS VIPER SNAKE ANTIDOTE. Frank will be joined by Diane Heideke and Elizabeth Worley of Cloud Forest Botanicals. Tuesday, February 19 – Juan Contreras and Lourdes Miranda of Miranda y Contreras law firm will discuss recent changes in Panamanian property tax laws. Tuesday, March 12 - Medical cannabis - With cannabis recently legalized in Canada and rapidly being legalized throughout the USA people have lots of questions about its medical uses. Dr. Ted Harrison will talk about what cannabis is, what its effects on the body are, and what conditions it has been shown to be effective in. To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings, please email talks@eventsboquete.org
  15. 10:30 in the BCP Theater Your $1 admission helps us keep the doors open Tuesday, January 8 – Part 1 of Boquete Health and Hospice “Being Prepared” Seminar Members of Boquete Health and Hospice address what you need to know and prepare for as we encounter more medical situations and near end-of-life. This is always a sell-out Talk! Please arrive early - doors close promptly at 10:30. Tuesday, January 15 – Part 2 of Boquete Health and Hospice “Being Prepared” Seminar Members of Boquete Health and Hospice address what you need to know and prepare for as we encounter more medical situations and near end-of-life. This is always a sell-out Talk! Please arrive early - doors close promptly at 10:30. Tuesday, January 22 – Sex After 60 Modern medicine has greatly lengthened human lifespan in the last century. But what about our sex lives? Can it lengthen those as well? Dr. Ted Harrison will discuss how sexual function changes with age; why it happens; and what (if anything) can be done about it. Theodore E. Harrison, MD is a Boquete resident of 18 years. He is board-certified in emergency medicine and in anti-aging and regenerative medicine. He and his wife, Dra. Louise Andrew, practice in Port Angeles, Washington at their clinic, Rejuvacare PC, for much of the year, but during the winter he works with Dra. Digna Diaz in the Alpha Clinic here in Boquete. Tuesday, January 29 – DAC Transport Tuesday, February 5 – Dr. Digna Diaz and Doreen will discuss Medicare Issues for Expats Tuesday, February 12 - Treating the most frequent Health Emergencies with medicinal plants in the case of blows and contusions, avoiding blood clots and dissolving them, treating shock and preventing strokes, quickly reducing high fevers, stopping diarrhea due to PARASITES such as amoebas, eliminating the parasites, quickly bringing down high blood pressure, bringing up low blood pressure and first aid for poisonous creatures attacks. Master Herbalist Frank Gruber has 30 years experience giving first aid to humans and animals with Central American herbs.. He is the author of GRUBERS JUNGLE OIL AND GRUBERS VIPER SNAKE ANTIDOTE. Frank will be joined by Diane Heideke and Elizabeth Worley of Cloud Forest Botanicals. Tuesday, February 19 – Juan Contreras and Lourdes Miranda of Miranda y Contreras law firm will discuss recent changes in Panamanian property tax laws. Tuesday, March 12 - Medical cannabis - With cannabis recently legalized in Canada and rapidly being legalized throughout the USA people have lots of questions about its medical uses. Dr. Ted Harrison will talk about what cannabis is, what its effects on the body are, and what conditions it has been shown to be effective in. To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings, please email talks@eventsboquete.org To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, Facility Manager
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    The "Red Plaid Shirt" is the newest comedy of a young Canadian author - and may be his best yet. We are pleased that we will be presenting the first international performances.
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    In the beginning, the internet was an inter-connected group of computers, independent and autonomous. Fast forward to today and the vast majority of internet traffic is processed by centralized servers where your privacy is shredded and your personal details are sold to the highest bidder. In this era of BIg Data, entities like Cambridge Analytics and Facebook have even used your profiles to influence elections. It's time to fight back and the Internet of People is building the infrastructure to empower people over things, people over profits, people over politics. Join us at BCP on Tuesday, July 3 for a look into the decentralized future of the internet. For a sneak peek, watch this short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhkTGnGtr1s visit: www.iop.global email: ioppanama@gmail.com Kevin Fisher- Chapter Leader Panama
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    We don't charge admission, but we do ask for donations to support BCP and the Film Club program. $2-3 per person is suggested, but any level of donation is much appreciated. Food and drink - including popcorn - are available for purchase in "The Clubhouse" cafe in the BCP Hex Room . These items may be taken into the theater, but please clean up after yourselves so we don't have to hire a janitor. Note: If you want to receive weekly detailed notices for our films, join our email list by sending a request to BoqueteFilmClub@gmail.com July Films: July 8: La La Land (USA - 2016) July 15: Human Flow (Documentary - 2017) July 22: Black Panther (USA - 2018) July 29: As Good as it Gets (USA - 1997) -------------------- Sunday, July 1@ 1:00pm - Wind River (USA - 2017) - 1 hour, 51 minutes Ratings: IMDB -7.8, Rotten Tomatoes - 87%, Roger Ebert: 3/4 (Rated "R") From Rolling Stone: It's always exciting when a talented screenwriter proves he has what it takes to be a full-on filmmaker. Such is the case with Taylor Sheridan, whose scripts for Sicario and Hell or High Water are models of what livewire, literate thrillers should be. Wind River is no exception. Set on a Native American reservation in Wyoming, Sheridan's directorial debut begins with the disturbing sight of a young girl, afraid for her life and running barefoot in the snow. She's later identified as Natalie (Kelsey Asbille), an 18-year-old whose body is found frozen in the snow. The finder is Cory Lambert (Jeremy Renner), a wildlife officer charged with hunting down animal predators, such as wolves and mountain lions. Instead, he finds the victim of a rape and murder. An F.B.I. agent named Jane Banner (Elizabeth Olsen, doing hard-ass to a T) is called in from Las Vegas to investigate. The two lock horns immediately. He knows this land and understands the people who live there in poverty and racial strife; she does not. The conflict is established and the hunt for the killer is on, eventually leading back to oil-company land policed by private security teams. Link to trailer ======================================================================== David van Harn Curator, Boquete Film Club
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    Boquete's Second Annual Video Festival showcases the video talents of local residents and encompass genres from comedy to commercials.
  20. This is another in a series of audio podcasts by Chiriqui.Life. This podcast is an audio recording of the fourth in a planned series of Olde Timey Radio Shows to be produced by BCP. This performance was recorded live at the BCP Theater and Event Center on April 21, 2018. To view the event announcement, please visit: To listen to this performance of the Olde Timey Radio Show, click below on the white, right-pointing triangle (arrow) on top of an orange circular background. If you see two options below, we recommend using the "Listen in browser" option as opposed to the "Play on SoundCloud" option. This podcast is 1h 43m 47s duration. If you would like to provide feedback about this podcast, or discuss other matters related to this podcast series, please either reply to this posting, or send CL Staff a private message (@Moderator_02 is the correct display name to communicate with), or email to support@chiriqui.life. If you would like to share this podcast with family and friends, simply provide them the following URL, but remember that CL membership is required to view this content: http://www.chiriqui.life/topic/9383-chiriquilife-podcast-21-bcps-fourth-olde-timey-radio-show/ Audio and recording services by Phil Bennett. Postproduction by Boquete Recording Studio. All rights reserved.
  21. After the usual announcements at the beginning of the weekly BCP Tuesday Morning Meetings on May 1st, 2018, emcee Nikki Steele introduced Dr. Maria Ruiz for this well-attended presentation on the impact of immigration (North Americans, Venezuelans, Colombians, etc.) on the future of Panama, the upside and downside of the new relationship with China, and the struggle to move Panama from the third world to the first world, etc. Here is the meeting announcement of this presentation as posted on CL: Presentation Materials Click Here to download a PDF version of the presentation materials used by Dr. Ruiz. Click Here to download a PDF version of her talking notes and references. The Podcast To listen to this podcast, click below on the white, right-pointing triangle (arrow) on top of an orange circular background. If you see two options below, we recommend using the "Listen in browser" option as opposed to the "Play on SoundCloud" option. This podcast is 1h 15m 5s duration. Comments and Feedback If you would like to provide feedback about this podcast, or discuss other matters related to this podcast series, please either reply to this posting, or send CL Staff a private message (@Moderator_02 is the correct display name to communicate with), or email to support@chiriqui.life. If you would like to share this podcast with family and friends, simply provide them the following URL, but remember that CL membership is required to view this content: http://www.chiriqui.life/topic/9338-chiriqui-life-podcast-20-impact-of-immigration-on-the-future-of-panama-the-new-relationship-with-china-and-third-worldfirst-world-issues-by-dr-maria-ruiz/ Audio and recording services by Phil Bennett. Postproduction by Boquete Recording Studio. All rights reserved.
  22. Introduction After the usual announcements at the beginning of the weekly BCP Tuesday Morning Meetings on March 27th, 2018, emcee Sheila Strunk introduced Dr. Paul Myers for this well-attended presentation about Volcan Baru. Dr. Myers had given this same presentation earlier this year, and it was a standing room only audience, with people trying to get into the theater but not able to do so for space reasons. Accordingly, Dr. Myers was approached about doing a repeat presentation so that others could hear his presentation. Again at this second briefing about Volcan Baru it was a packed audience.This time, however, his presentation was recorded for posterity. This posting provides access to the recording of his presentation. Here is the meeting announcement of his repeat presentation as posted on CL: Contact Information Dr. Paul Myers, email paul.myers600@gmail.com Presentation Materials Click Here to download a PDF version of the presentation materials used by Dr. Myers. Notice: this file is approximately 4.75MB in size, and so it may take a bit of time to download to your computer. Video Screencast To view the screencast of Dr. Myers' presentation, simply click on the below graphical link. The video screencast is 1 hour 10 minutes 9 seconds duration. If you wish to view this video in full screen mode, click on the square full screen icon in the lower right of the screen (use your "ESC" key to return to regular screen display mode). If you would like to provide feedback about this screencast, or discuss other matters related to this multimedia series here on CL, please either reply to this posting, or send CL Staff a private message (@Moderator_02 is the correct display name to communicate with), or email to support@chiriqui.life. If you would like to share this podcast with family and friends, simply provide them the following URL, but remember that CL membership is required to view premium content on CL: http://www.chiriqui.life/topic/9127-chiriqui-life-screencast-19-volcan-baru-presentation-by-dr-paul-myers/
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    Full rehearsal with all cast please.
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    Full rehearsal with all cast please.
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