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Tuesday Talks - Community Drumming

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Your $1 admission helps us keep the doors open


10:30 in the BCP Theater

Tuesday, May 17 – Mike Potts and Al Mills present “The Rhythm of Life”.  Scientific research indicates that participation in community drumming has a significant positive impact on your health. Mike Potts, biologist and percussionist, will tell you how you can lower your blood pressure, boost your immune system, and inspire creativity and more in a way that is easy and fun. Al Mills is the maker of cajon drums. Like meditation, community drumming is a path to better health and well-being, but can also be an enjoyable social event.  No cash outlay, training or previous experience is required to participate in this rewarding activity. There will be visuals and audience participation however, sadly, no naked dancing.

Tuesday, May 24 – Lauretta Bonfiglio will talk to us about her life journey that eventually landed her in Boquete as a chef and restaurant owner. Lauretta owned the first “gringo” type restaurant here known as Bistro Boquete. She will also teach us about the local fruits and vegetables and how to prepare them.

Tuesday, May 31 Mikkel Moller on Entrepreneurship in Panama. Is there an urge to start a business in Panama - ready to do more than just retire (reading, watching TV or playing games) - does your mate see more for you? Come learn about skills and the background needed - for what it takes to be an Entrepreneur. Maybe you are the next creative genius waiting in the wings.

Tuesday, June 7“The Adventure of Bringing Heliconias into Cultivation” by Carla Black Carla has lived in western Panama for over 20 years. Her interest in plants and gardening developed from her lifelong love of the outdoors. Her specialty is the native heliconias of Panama and Costa Rica. With over 200 heliconia species and varieties in her garden Carla has the largest collection of Heliconia species in the world. In her collection there are several undescribed species she has collected. She opens her three hectare garden to the public once a year, when she offers heliconia plants for sale. Currently she serves as president of the Heliconia Society International. We'll take a vigorous journey through remarkable habitats in the neotropics, and rest and relax in Carla's garden, too.

Tuesday, June 14 – Tom & Yella Werder will talk about relationships.

Tuesday, June 21

Tuesday, August 2Newcomers meeting and introduction of the wardens.


To suggest a speaker or topic for these meetings please email BCP Tuesday Meeting


To become a vendor at the Tuesday market, email Elena Serracin


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31 minutes ago, Boquete Community Players said:

In response to all who have asked . . . .we have to again strongly reiterate that there will positively not be any naked dancing !!

Drat the luck. You take all the fun out of life.

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