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Wordsmiths buckle down at Lake Chapala Writers Conference

If you need a push to tie the knot on a heart-stirring romance novel, beef up the intrigue in the script for a silver screen thriller, or dive into crafting a personal memoir for the grandkids, the 2018 Lake Chapala Writers Conference (LCWC) offers the opportunity to connect with experts who can guide you towards the goal line and get published.


Good times roll in Ajijic during Carnaval

While Chapala is barely getting into the swing of Carnaval, Ajijic started letting the good times roll last Sunday with its own brand of festivities that weave together high testosterone confrontations between man and beast at the local bullring and the madcap antics of masked marauders known collectively as La Sayaca.

Carnaval Chapala blasts off

Chapala’s Carnaval festivities blast into action Friday, February 2 as a coffin representing somber moods is set ablaze and turned to ash for the delight of giddy on-lookers gathered by the waterfront Malecón.

Visionary artist brings show to Ajijic

Rising visionary artist Eos Otherre comes to lakeside next week as guest exhibitor at Efren González Studio-Gallery, Calle Marcos Castellanos 7, a half block south of Ajijic’s San Andrés church.

Ribera Arts Review - January 13, 2018

‘Agnes of God’

Written by John Pielmeier and directed by Paul Kloegman, “Agnes of God” is Lakeside Little Theatre’s next stage production, set to run January 12-21.

Northern Lights Festival de Febrero now in 16th season

If you’re one of the many expats living in Ajijic, there’s a lot of reasons to be thankful as February approaches. Of course, seeing all your friends up North post screen shots of the temperature outside is one obvious reason to be thankful.