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Living on the Coast exhibition
• ACTIVE: Yoga and kick boxing demonstrations
IT is full steam ahead for an exciting new family lifestyle event in Marbella this month.
Living On the Coast is being launched by the organisers of the highly successful Over 50s Show.
Taking place at Marbella’s exhibition centre the event – which is totally free – will feature an attractive mix of displays, presentations and demonstrations.
Aimed at the widest possible audience, these will include cooking demonstrations, wine tastings and gardening advice.
There will also be bridge, golf and bowling lessons, as well as dance, kick boxing and yoga demonstrations, and a ‘kidszone’ featuring games.
There will be an art exhibition as well as a five-a-side football tournament organised by Atletico Las Chapas who promise that some well-known professional players will be making appearances.
Organiser John Low told the Olive Press: ‘While we have run the hugely successful Over 50s Show for the past four years, there has not been a general lifestyle event for years.
“With our proven track record we felt it was time to rectify that and offer residents an event with the widest possible appeal.”
Living On the Coast takes place from April 27 to 29 at Marbella’s Palacio de Exposiones y Congresos. Friday 2pm until 7pm, Saturday/Sunday 12 noon until 7pm. Admission is free. Contact 902 003 896 for more info or visit www.livingonthecoast.es or email [email protected]
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