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We are at last able to give you our good news about the future of BCP’s Tuesday Market! Over the years, BCP’s Tuesday Market has evolved from its humble beginnings at the Fundadores Hotel to its recent location at what is now TapOut. We are now able to move into a better location than ever before. As soon as the health precautions allow, we will be opening in the Arco Iris Room at the Feria grounds. As before, this is just over the bridge, but now on the left - the room is right on the corner. This room is so large that even obeying social distancing with 2 meters between tables, we will be able to have all our vendors under one roof. You will no longer have to brave the wind and the rain to reach everyone. The room is bright and clean, the lighting is good and there are excellent bathroom facilities We are very excited to be able to use this facility which is a very positive step from all that has gone before. We are working with MINSA to ensure that the market will be held in such a way that everyone will be safe. Whatever limits are put on us we will be ready to welcome you back. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org To inquire about being a vendor: email email@example.com
Casa Decor Boquete has been a part of the Boquete community for over two years. First in a small location then another location in Alto Boquete and now in a wonderful location on Volcancito Road. Change is what happens when you grow. Change in so many ways that are good for the community and for the customers of Casa Decor Boquete are evident each time you visit the store. A full-size custom kitchen cabinet display is available. You can order custom bathroom cabinets, even custom closets. A new shipment of indoor and outdoor furniture, tables, chairs, odds and ends has just come to the store. Be there first for the best selections of almost new, gently used furniture and so much more. Open Tuesday to Friday 10 to 5 and Saturday from 11 to 4, Sunday 12:30 to 4. Call 507 6674 1721
The beach communities, centered on Coronado and stretching to Santa Clara in the west and Valle Anton to the north, and San Carlos in the east, have seen more than their share of violent crime emanating from their close connection to Panama City. Several extremely violent robberies, some involving Boquete residents, deeply affected the residents. In 2013, working with the new Rodny hotline service in Boquete, T. Rob Brown took the lead in founding what is now the Panama Helpline. Based on the same technology and methodology of Rodny Direct and with training from Rodny, both organizations are founding members of what is becoming the Panama Helpline Network. After innumerable feel-good meetings with the police and officials, the residents and Panama Helpline took matters into its own hands. Their story is apocryphal for us here in Chiriqui. It is presented here complete in the hopes that it will inspire those among us who will not accept the tyranny of crime in our community.