More Community News
Tico Breakfast Raises Funds For Nosarans Affected by Earthquake
On Sunday September 16th 170 adults and children gathered for an authentic Tico-style breakfast at Lagarta Lodge, where a successful effort was made to collect donations for the Nosara Development Association on behalf of earthquake damaged homeowners.
New Committees Add Culture to Nosara
By the end of August, 26 members of the community gathered and held votes for the new Music and Culture committees.
Municipality Starts Recycling Collection Service in Samara
As of Wednesday, September 12, the environmental management department of the Municipality of Nicoya is beginning selective collection service for recyclables in Samara. A municipal van will pick up items each Wednesday.
Independence Day Celebration Parades are Suspended
The lantern parade, the torch’s arrival and the September 15th parade, where baton twirlers, lyres and drums can be seen and heard, have all been suspended as a result of the emergency in the canton of Nicoya after the Wednesday, September 5th earthquake and because of the high magnitude aftershocks that are still taking place.
Karaoke Dance in Garza to Support Blue Flag Efforts
Show your talent on the dance floor or with the microphone during a danceable karaoke on Friday, September 14th at 7 p.m. in Barco de Amor in Garza.
New Classrooms Flood at Samara’s High School
Samara’s rural high school now has two rows of new classrooms, but there’s a problem with the row closest to the street —the rooms flood with rainwater.
Architectural Students Present Design for Park in Samara
The vision for a park in the heart of Samara is an ambitious project, already two years in the making, and it will take at least two to three more years to secure financing and make it a reality, according to Marco Carmona, president of CASATUR, Samara’s tourism chamber.