Enjoy the weekend in October in Ibiza

- Conference: Effects of climate change on the seabed of reserves. 8 pm. San Jordi. 
- Storyteller at Sant Jordi:"Bosquim boscam, el bosc dels sentits" by David & MMonma. For children from 3 y.o.
Biblioteca Serra Orvay, Sant Jordi.
- Cala de Bou Public Library - storyteller. "Mamà, papà, contau-me un conte". For babies from 0 to 4 y.o. Open group for parents.
- Cinema in Can Jeroni. 8.30 pm. 
- Conference: Effects of climate change on the seabed of reserves.
- Halla becomes a determined environmental activist, but this threatens a long-held hope of hers. Can Jeroni - at 20.30h. Free admmission.
- Sant Rafel: 20.00h - Fiestas proclamation by Carlos Icardi, at the big tarp. 21.00h - Dinner Sant Rafael. Bar es Cruce.
- XVII Tour Cycling Tour to Ibiza - Campagnolo.
- Beer fair in recinto ferial this weekend. 
- 1st Ecological Fair of Ibiza: 11th, 12th, 13th of october - Can Tomeu - Can Escandell.
- Festes Cala Bou 2019 - Friday program: 20.00 - Fiestas proclamation by Eusebio Ruíz. 20.30h - Folk dances , Grup Folclòric ses Salines. 21.00h - Flamenco by Lola Pachón
21.30h - Kangoo performance by Noemí Pardo students. 22.00h - Banda de Múisca de la Casa de Cantabria en Valencia. 23.00h - Verónica San Juan performance.

-Traditional Market in Las Dalias, San Jordi, Sant Josep and Buscastell (Forada). 
- Guided Tour: Benirràs. Inscriptions : +34 626 481 724
- Sports & folk - Sant Rafael. 10.00h - Walk and bio-healthy lunch. Exit from the social club. 10 to 14- Football schools meeting. 18.30h - Pou d´en Micolau. Folk meetup. Guest group: SA Colla d´Aubarca.
- Cala de Bou Fiestas - Saturday program: 10.00h - Orienteering run. Exit from the children park at Cal Bou. 10.30h - Games for the whole family. 12.30h - Dance workshop with Silvina Guerrero. 17.00h - Children activities by s´Espurna. 19.00h - Magic show by Mag Albert. 21.30h - Live music: Los Aurora. 23.00h - DJ Jordi Cardona
- X International Chess Open Ciutat d´Eivissa: saturday and sunday.
- XIV Mostra Folklòrica Ciutat d´Eivissa. Folk with : Local folk dances. Hautacuperche (San Sebastián de la Gomera). Grup de danses Carrascai (Alcoi). Saturday: Plaça Julià Verdera (Ses Figueretes) at 18.00
- Folk dances: Ballada al Pí den Besuró. 6.30 pm.
- TalentIB 2019 circuit presents: "La música autóctona de les Illes Balears" by Grup Biel Ensemble. Place: Cas Serres Auditorium.
- Concert: RevolveR. Carlos Goñi and company, a mitic spanish band will be playing in Can Ventosa. 9 pm.

- XIV Mostra Folklòrica Ciutat d'Eivissa. Sunday : Vara de Rey promenade at 11.30
- Traditional Market in Sant Joan. 
- Santa Eulària Guided Walks (Cala LLenya). 
- Sunday program in Cala Bou: 11.00h - Banda Música de Cantabria en Valencia. 12.30h - Misa Rociera by the Hermandad Ntra Sra del Rocío de Sant Antoni.
13.30h - Folk dances by Grup Folklòric es Vedrà. 14.30h - Popular lunch. 17.00h - Salsation with Silvina Guerrero. 17.30h - Estudio 64 students dance show. 18.30h - Show by Paco Sanz and Esperanza Lebrero.
- OPENING Winter Street Food Festival & Woodstock 3.0. Sunday, October 13, 2019, from 1:00 p.m.
- Shortfilm Festival Premiere "Corto y Cambio de Rol - III Edició". Premiere of the shortfilms : Iguanabefree · (K)Andela · El final del Verano. And round table.
Can Ventosa, from 18.00 to 20.00h


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