What’s Happing at The University of Guadalajara Costal University Campus

First of all I want to say THANK YOU to everyone that has called or sent emails about this weekly update and the information I have been providing about what is going on each week at the UdG / CUC.
YOU’RE WELCOME! I’m happy to do it. And I want to say Thank You to Madeline and everyone at the Vallarta Tribune for their help and support.
Before I go any further I need to tell the readers where the campus is located. If you are coming north out of Puerto Vallarta, go past the airport, approximately three miles. Veer right as if you were going to Home Depot. Turn right just before the Home Depot parking lot, go one block and turn right at the stop sign. You will drive about one mile. There will be an OXXO on your right. Turn right at the stoplight, you will see some BIG LETTERS (UDG CUC).
If you are coming from Nuevo Vallarta or the north, make a U-TURN just passed the new Puerto Vallarta letters, turn right on the road to Ixtapa – you will be on the road behind Home Depot. Drive approximately two miles and turn right at the first OXXO.

This Saturday November 26th at 10am will be another SCIENCE Saturday It will be held in the main auditorium. It is free and open to the public Dr. Maria de la Luz Navarro PhD will be hosting, on the topic
“WHY DO WE SLEEP?”

MOVIES at CUC
Relatos Salvajes (WILD TALES) 2014
Argentina Film by Director Damián Szifrón will be showen at 1 pm on Friday the 25th in the main auditorium.
On Tuesday November 29th at 11:00am in the Mini Auditorium of the Rectory building there will be a documentary film hosted by Director Antoniu V. Moldovan, from Guadalajara. The film is named Vallarta: The New Bay Chiapas. It is a film telling the history of the Bay of Banderas and how man has changed it over the past 60 years. Director Moldovan will be at the showing and will hold a question and answer session after the showing of the film.
On Wednesday November 30th a Concert film of Los Cafres Filmed in Argentina in 2012 Duration: 90 min.

And last but not least. Do not forget to visit the Peter Gray Art Museum. From now till the 13th of December to see art by Horacio Cárdenas, “Museum Reflections: Plastic Metaphors” Open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm it is free and open to the public.

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Since retiring to Puerto Vallarta last year Michael Nolen has been keen to give back to the community. 'You can only play so much golf before you start to question your retirement,' Michael philosophized.

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