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Last updateFri, 14 Dec 2018 4pm

Signing up to save mountains

More than 1,000 Mexican and expat residents showed up at the Ajijic plaza Sunday, October 21 to sign a petition to demonstrate citizen opposition to the construction of high rise housing complexes in the town’s neighboring mountain range.


Ajijic introduces trash separation

The first stage of Ajijic’s pilot program for solid waste separation will go in effect next week, operated by the GIRRSA trash collection outfit in conjunction with Chapala’s Ecology Department.

Golfers to chip in for Red Cross ambulance

Proceeds from the 15th Annual Golf Classic benefiting  Cruz Roja Chapala (CRC) will go into the kitty to purchase a new ambulance for the community’s most vital emergency medical service clinic.

Bare Stage begins life with comedy-mystery

Although the Naked Stage closed in September, fans of readers’ theater at lakeside can continue to enjoy the genre thanks to launch of the Bare Stage Theatre, which will present shows on the last weekend of each month.

Weekly Worship - October 20, 2018

Christ Church Lakeside

Christ Church Lakeside, a mission of the Diocese of the West in the Anglican Church of Mexico, will observe the 22nd Sunday after Pentecost, October 21, with the Holy Eucharist at 11 a.m. in La Huerta Eventos Center. Rev. Jim Powers will preside and Rt. Rev. Sandy Olson will give a message, “The Servant of God,” based on Mark 10:25-35.

Queen of the lake set for thanksgiving tour

Just two weeks after completing the huge October 12 pilgrimage in the Guadalajara metro area, the Virgen de Zapopan will hit the road again for a traditional fall sojourn along Lake Chapala’s north shore.