Buenos Aires events

Tomokoar

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On Sunday May 31th, from 2 to 4pm
Outdoor Milonga (Tango party) around May Pyramid in Plaza de Mayo, Microcentro
From 5 pm A Tango Musical, El Tango se viste de la Moda
Entrance free and no charge
The organization will accept school ulitities for children with Down Syndrome.

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Tomokoar

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Enjoy good Music (specially Tango, but for free!)

Now Buenos Aires offer free music recitals in different parts of Buenos Aires

Tuesday at 1300 pm
Organ concerts, Tango guitars,

Catedral Anglicana de San Juan Bautista (25 de Mayo 282),
Wednesday at 1300pm
Jun 17th, Teatro Gran Rex (Corrientes 857) Colon Theater Orquestra
June 24th Casa de Cultura (Av. de Mayo 575) Tango for memory of Carlos Gardel
Thursday at 13pm
Teatro Presidente Alvear (Av. Corrientes 1659) Buenos Aires City Orquestra of Tango
Friday at 13pm
Plaza San Martín (Florida y Santa Fe) Sinfony Band of Buenos Aires City

Suggestion, if it is in Theater, it had better go one hour before the start time to get an entry ticket.
 

Tomokoar

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In the Planerario de Palermo you can see a theater of EL PRINCIPITO at 1630, on Saturdays and Sundays. It costs 10 pesos argentinos.
Untill November.
 

Tomokoar

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During winter vacation, Centro Cultural Borges and Fundacion Sadako teach how to make cranes(tsuru) by Origami in Centro Cultural Borges (Viamonte and San Martin at the same buildinf with Galerias Pacifico Shopping)
We are at 2nd floor (taller de origami) July 22, 24, 29 and 31th at 4pm and 5 pm start the class for children, young and old people who want to make friends for the peace and prepare fot Sep 21th, the International Peace Day of the World.

For more details (sorry in Spanish) here in the articule.
http://soycorresponsal.lanacion.com.ar/Nota.aspx?IdNota=7176
 

Tomokoar

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July 20th was Friendship day in Argentina, Hope you had passed good time with Argentinian friends! best wishes for all.
 

nlaruccia

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Hi to the female expats that have been here a long time and know and understand what we women have experienced while living in Buenos Aires. Often our Argie female friends can't relate to certain things. There's been a lot of night outs proposed by the male expats, but I'm wondering if any of the women our interested in getting together for a coffee this Saturday afternoon (since Sunday it will rain), and sharing experiences, stories, getting to know each other, helping out new expats that have recently moved here and could use an extra hand. It seems the most convenient place for everyone to meet is usually Palermo? Any suggestions or interest?
 

HowardinBA

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Tomokoar said:
In the Planerario de Palermo you can see a theater of EL PRINCIPITO at 1630, on Saturdays and Sundays. It costs 10 pesos argentinos.
Untill November.
and it,s in Spanish!!!:rolleyes:
 
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