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    SING WITH OUR CHILDREN IN CHRISTMAS Christmas season is here and, this Sunday December 19, give away us a magical evening where our Singing Children of Boquete, during many months of preparation, they promise to highlight in your musical debut. It is going to perform in the Saint Jhon Baptist Church, at 4:00 p.m., enjoy and supporting to our children´s chorus, a new project started with pride of the Boquete Library Foundation for all families. Limited capacity. We wait for you. CANTA CON NUESTROS NIÑOS EN NAVIDAD La época navideña llegó y, este domingo 19 de diciembre, nos regala una mágica velada donde nuestros Niños Cantores de Boquete, luego de meses de preparación, prometen lucirse en su debut musical. A realizarse en la Iglesia San Juan Bautista, a las 4:00 p.m., disfruta y apoya a nuestro coro infantil, nuevo proyecto que Fundación Biblioteca de Boquete levanta para orgullo de todas las familias. Aforo limitado, los esperamos.
  2. Some will be familiar with today’s topic: Traveling with Children. In fact, taking a car, especially when the children are young, means carrying more luggage than passenger space in the car. But things don’t get easier when taking an international flight. In the practice, it means that you will need additional legal documents, such as valid passports, certificates, and others to have a pleasant and smooth trip. Traveling with Children: Are there any special documents I should bring? If your child does not have residency in Panama and only enters the country as a tourist there is not much to think about. You only need to have the child’s valid passport to pass the immigration control. But, it is highly recommended to bring a birth certificate (duly apostilled), just in case. Are there special requirements if my child is a resident of Panama? If your child has a Panamanian passport or residence permit (either temporary or permanent), you must present the child’s valid passport and residence card (immigration ID card) at the border control of Panama. Additionally, you must have a birth certificate (duly apostilled) and translated into Spanish. What happens if I travel alone with my child and the other parent does not accompany us on the trip? If you are traveling alone with your child and the other parent does not accompany you on the trip, you require a “Permiso de Salida de Menores de Edad del País” (Permission for Minors to Leave the Country). In order to leave Panama and pass the Panamanian border control with a minor who holds a Panamanian passport or resident status in Panama the consent of both parents is required. In the event that one or both parents do not accompany the minor on the trip, the National Immigration Service of Panama requests a series of documents to protect the life and integrity of the minor. How can I apply for a “Permiso de Salida de Menores de Edad del País”? In the past, it was enough to present a simple authorization from the other parent, but a few years ago the National Immigration Service of Panama changed the requirements and turned the process into an online procedure: Step 1: Go to www.migracion.gob.pa and select the migration online icon. Step 2: In the application option click on “Permisos de Menores”. Step 3: Read the requirements carefully and then fill out the application. The necessary documents depend on and vary according to each family's individual situation. Step 4: Attach the required documents, birth certificate or cédula juvenil to the online application form. Once completed, save the application number. Step 5: Print the application and make a copy of all the documentation submitted. Take everything to a Notary Public and legalize the signature(s) on the application. Step 6: On the day of the trip you should have all the original documents and a set of copies at hand. What do I need if I am traveling alone with my child and the other parent is abroad? The procedure is the same as described above. In this case, you must present the original or an authenticated copy of the authorization issued abroad. The same must be duly legalized, either by means of Apostille or Authentication through a Panamanian Embassy or Consulate abroad. Remember these requirements only apply if your child has a Panamanian passport or permanent or temporary residence permit in Panama. For foreign children with tourist status, it is not necessary to apply for any permission. Likewise, for foreign resident children, the “Permiso de Salida de Menores de Edad del País” is only required if the child is traveling with only one parent or a third person (grandparents, etc.). Safe traveling and enjoy your stay in Panama!
  3. THE BOQUETE ROTARY CLUB IS PLANNING A 5K RUN/WALK RACE TO KICK OFF ITS FIRST ANNUAL ROTARY DAY. THE DAY WILL ALSO INCLUDE A PATIO SALE, FOOD AND DRINK SALES, GAMES, AND MUSIC - ALL AT THE SOCCER PARK (PARQUE TROPEZON) IN DOWNTOWN BOQUETE.
  4. Christmas in Kuna Nega. This is a superb photo essay which appeared in today's La Estrella. It provides a glimpse into the stark reality of poverty in some areas of this country. Kuna Nega: the other side of Christmas in Panama a look at the preparations for Christmas Eve in this community located on the slopes of the Cerro Patacón landfill Daniel M. Alarco dmolina@laestrella.com.pa with photography by Mauricio Valenzuela | Xinhua
  5. There was a huge Christmas party for kids today downtown sponsored by the Primera Dama of Panama with assistance from the Alcaldia of Boquete. Here’s a few photos from the Mayor’s FB page.
  6. Anyone who has lived here a while know that fireworks are a big part of holiday celebrations. There used to be little or no regulation over purchases, and that has improved, but there are still related injuries being reported every season. Public Safety takes precautions against fireworks Ariana Ramírez Tue, 12/19/2017 - 14:00 Through the Institutional Directorate on Public Security Affairs (Diasp), the Ministry of Public Security published on its institutional portal a series of recommendations to prevent accidents due to improper use of fireworks. Fireworks can cause accidents such as burns, fires and mutilations. Rockets, sparklers and fireworks are potentially dangerous. The statement also informs that the operations of the officials of the (Diasp) will be functioning regularly during the celebration dates. The institution recommends, when using these devices, using them in open spaces; not throwing them against walls, light boxes or gas; avoiding touching the wick even if it seems to be off or that has not exploded; not carrying them in pockets, turning them on flat and / or smooth surfaces, never in the hand. It also recommends having containers with water nearby in case the product has not worked properly. Moreover, the regulations for the use of fireworks forbid children to handle these products, as well as their sale to minors. Similarly, the stores that sell fireworks must have a certification issued by the Diasp. Finally, consumers of these products are encouraged not to experiment with them because they are flammable and, in case of burns, the affected area must be covered with clean compresses and the person must immediately visit a doctor.
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    The Christmas Tree Lighting & Concert at Finca Lérida is the christmas event of the year! It is designed to entertain family and friends in the Chiriqui community. Entertainment for children with coreography, music and games, special presentations such as the Orchestra of University of Chiriqui, Violinist Yandri Sotolongo, Countertenor Fernando Bustos, Folkloric dances and much more! Join us and share with us the magic of this special event! #hotelfincalerida Facebook: Finca Lerida Boutique Hotel TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE AT NO CHARGE WITH PRIOR RESERVATION CALL US: 720-1111 EMAIL US: info@fincalerida.com / confirmation@fincalerida.com
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