July in San Miguel
Show and Sale of Art
July 18, 19, 25 & 26
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Garden of Art where the work of artists dedicated to painting, sculpture and engraving is exhibited.
Audubon Monthly Birdwalk
Meets in front of Instituto Allende
Ancha de San Antonio 20
7:45 am - Noon
Signe Hammer: 044-415-111-7638
Non-members 200.00 pesos or US $10.00
What to Bring: We recommend that you wear sturdy walking shoes and layered clothing and bring along water, a light snack, sunscreen, a hat and binoculars and a camera if you have them. We will have binoculars to lend and our spotting scopes for closely viewing the birds. We will also have our Audubon guides to local birds and butterflies for sale at 70 pesos each. Transportation: We carpool to the site. If you have a car, we would appreciate your help in providing transportation.
Death Café San Miguel de Allende
July 20, 2020
1:00 - 3:00 pm
Fee : $150.00
Among the many benefits of talking about death, participating in a Death Café helps us: (a) live in the moment, (b) appreciate life more, (c) put things in perspective, (d) identify what really matters, (e) find purpose to our losses, (f) move through our grief, (g) work through our regrets, (h) find meaning in our life, (i) bring us closer to ourselves and one another.
ZOOM Online Platform
please send private email for more info and link to videoconference meeting
July 23 10:00 am - 12:30 PM Fee : $350.00 pesos
Church Tour with an English speaking guide. A knowledgeable guide will be leading this highly recommended Church Tour. The tour gathers at 9:45 am for a 10:00 am departure. The tour lasts 2 1/2 hours. No reservations are needed, but group size may be limited. Participants will be sitting in the pews about half of the time, so there is less walking than on the Historical Tour. In addition to the history of the four downtown churches that we visit (San Rafael, The Parroquia, San Francisco, and Nuestro de Salud), the tour commentary includes fascinating stories about the origin of many little known and often unmarked images in these churches. The focus of the tour is on the history of the buildings and art inside, not on religion.
TOSMA farmer ‘s market
July 11, 18 & 25
Ancha de San Antonio 123
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Place where you can find the products, goods and services that the different members of the organization generates.
TOSMA farmers ‘ market is an organization that seeks to promote and develop a culture of production in harmony with the environment, so that brings together individuals and organizations engaged in the production, harvesting and food processing, handicrafts and household agricultural not environmentally and in their production processes guaranteed and exercised human and animal rights.