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Tuesday Talks -- Uriah Reisman


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Your $1 admission helps us keep the doors open
10:30 in the BCP Theater

Tuesday July 12 – Uriah Reisman, owner of Natural Builders in Boquete, will speak on the different building materials available in Panama and their advantages and disadvantages.  Natural Builders is a Panama-based building company that uses ethical, sustainable and professional construction methods and techniques. He will also tell us how to ensure you have a proper construction contract and how to keep yourself safe in construction projects.

Tuesday July 19 – Dr. Jennifer Daniels Emergency Healing in Your Home”  Dr. Daniels received her MBA and MD concurrently from the University of Pennsylvania. While in medical school, she was concerned that patients were not improving with the therapies she was being taught. While practicing medicine, Dr. Jennifer Daniels also noticed that, despite compliance on the part of patients, the patients seemed to worsen under the care she had been trained to provide. She decided to give patients a choice between standard medical care and natural therapies, (diet, lifestyle, supplements, cleansing, herbs). Now in Panama, Dr. Daniels practices through private consultations and her nationally syndicated radio show. No need for translator, hospital, drugs, waiting for help to arrive, etc.  Dr. Daniels shares natural ways to handle common medical situations at home.  Get Peace of Mind in Paradise.
Tuesday July 26 – Howard & Deborah Green will talk about their recent trip to Cuba. They wanted to visit Cuba before the big changes that will come with direct flights from the US scheduled to begin later this year.Their itineary was Havana, Vinales, Trinidad, and Playa Maria Aguilar. They had an interest in exploring large scale organic gardening and the excellent culinary options tourists encounter. They will present how travelers can safely navigate Cuba without a guide, how to book lodging from home, how to travel between cities, and how to access the internet in Cuba, and how to use the Cuban currency. The talk will be accompanied by slides and a Q & A period.
Tuesday, August 2 Newcomers meeting and introduction of the new US wardens.
Tuesday, August 9 -- Hatstone Lawyers is a boutique law firm with five partners across four offices (Jersey, London, Panama and South Africa).  We are primarily a corporate and private law firm, and work regularly on cross border structures for international clients. We regularly advise international banks, financial services business, foreign corporations, local business, public and private companies, directors, shareholders, entrepreneurs and high-net-worth individuals on all aspects of corporate and commercial law. From Panama, in particular, we have expertise in incorporating companies and foundations, construction and property, employment, immigration, taxation, corporate and commercial, succession planning and asset protection, cross-border transactions, new business establishment and general legal advice.
Tuesday, August 16Retirement and relocating are fun, right? And exciting, correct?  And maybe a bit intimidating and challenging.  Come join Sharon Brooks in a fun and playful morning of refreshing our likability skills.  We will refresh our ability to fully listen, read body language and communicate clearly without boring our listener to death. Sharon Brooks, BR (Before Retirement) was a trainer and keynote speaker leading a plethora of communications workshops in California, Nevada and Hawaii. If you want to make the most out of Newcomer Events and make new friends effectively come join in, offer your ideas and volunteer for some stage time if you like as we show examples of what to do and not to do - all in good fun.
Tuesday,  August 23 – What to do on a rainy Boquete afternoon (Part 1).
Kaytee Hoverson -- Yoga
Robyn Cole – Art Workshops
Sheila Strunk – Volunteering at BCP
Carol Bruner – Geneology
Martine Heyer – Bridge
Mike Peterson – Chess Club
Tuesday,  August 30 – What to do on a rainy Boquete afternoon (Part 2).
Tamara Balkenhol – Pinochle and Spades
Brandy Gregory – Knitters
Robert Brauns – Photo Club
Elaine Lewis – Quilting
Pat Alvarado – Birding
Bev Stearns – Book Club
Tuesday September 13 – Jose Arias on the new David crematorium
Tuesday September 20 -- Merl Will-Wallace will speak on how to “Embrace Relocation Changes and Find the Joy in Paradise!” New country, new culture, new language, new friends  - how to assemble all the puzzle pieces in relocating to Panama and have fun at the same time. Learn the three-step process to positive change and the six essentials tools needed to relocate and live in this new culture effectively – not stressfully. Merl is a coach and counselor who, for the last 20 years, has helped people navigate change for a more positive and fruitful life. He is the author of the book Awakening in Change.
Tuesday September 27 – David & Leianne Scee will speak about their lives as “Retried Rovers”. They have wandered the globe by land and sea and always make it a point to give back to whatever community they land in. When they heard about the untimely death of the physical therapist at the Handicap Foundation, they rushed back to Boquete. They are currently committed to staying as physical therapists for a year. Their talk will be accompanied by photos of the places they’ve stayed in and the projects they developed.
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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