“I’ll Be Back Before Midnight,” the next offering in Lakeside Little Theatre’s 48th season, has been described as the most popular stage play in Canadian history.
The annual Lake Chapala Society (LCS) Arts and Crafts Fair and Children’s Art Contest is set for Saturday, November 3, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the LCS campus.
Arturo Aceves, owner and operator of Posada Restaurante Los Crotos in San Luis Soyatlan (Ramon Corona 31) on Lake Chapala’s south shore, will host the second annual gala art exhibition reception on Sunday, November 4.
Ajijic residents of all nationalities are encouraged to participate in a festival/party in Ajijic to celebrate Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) on the evening of Friday, November 2.
Elliot Joachim is still on the lookout for more “zombies” to participate in the “Thrill the World” international dance event, in which participants simultaneously emulate the zombie dance seen in the music video of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”
The first one out is supposed to set the bar for the rest. Certainly, this season’s opener for Lakeside Little Theatre, “Quartet,” set the bar with altitude high enough to promote nose bleeds.