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November 1st 2018: All Saints Day (also called Day of the Dead). This is a national holiday and many businesses and schools will be closed on this day.

October 29th to the 4th November: 32nd Malaga International Jazz Festival at the Teatro Cervantes Calle Ramos Marín, s/n, Teatro Cervantes, Málaga, here you will be able to enjoy performances such as a family concert by CAMM (Modern Music & Arts Centre), Gogo Penguin, Madeleine Peyroux, Michel Legrand and Billy Cobham Band.

November 2nd to the 4th: Malaga Motor Show with all of the largest car manufacturers and eveything you can think of to do with motoring this is a must go to event fofr any motor head… for more information see www.salonmotormalaga.com to be held at Palacio de Congresos Malaga.

November 2nd to the 6th: Kes a masterpiece of English theatre, based on the multi-award winning film that tells a story of life, childhood and love… at the Teatro Salon Varietes. Nightly from 7:30pm, Sunday from 7pm. for more information see www.salonvarietestheatre.com.

November 4th: Fuengirola Half Marathon 1,000 people can take part in the event so be quick you can register on the website www.fuengirola.es.

November 4th: Delicious “tostón”. At the beginning of November, Ojen, as well as other villages in the area, celebrate the traditional “tostón” (roast). A yearly festival roasting chestnut in Ojen, also discover the local produce this village has to offer from 7pm.

November 16th to the 20th: Lettice & Lovage SALVA presents the hilarious comedy of manners, history and architecturethe Teatro Salon Varietes. Nightly from 7:30pm, Sunday from 7pm. for more information see www.salonvarietestheatre.com.

November 24th to the 25th: ABBA’s greatest hits at the Teatro Salon Varietes. Nightly from 7:30pm, Sunday from 7pm. for more information see www.salonvarietestheatre.com.

November 30th: Malaga Christmas Lights are switched on. Lots of locals and visitors come together to catch the first glimpse of the colourful decorations. They will be on every evening until the celebrations of the Three Kings from 5pm to 11pm.

Every Monday: Age Care Drop In where people can chat, share experiences and find out about living in Spain at La Iglesia Bar, near Bonanza Square, Benalmadena Costa 11am -12.30pm.

Every Monday: Arts and Crafts Fair in Benahavis at 8pm in the Main Square in Benahavis. Every Tuesday: The Costa Women Coffee Club meet every second Tuesday at 10am – 12.30pm for coffee, chats and other activities and is a social group designed to get ladies of all ages together. It’s best to join the group via Facebook or contact Emma on 608 408 771.

Every Tuesday: Age Care Drop In Calahonda. Tuesdays: 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. International Baptist Church, near Supersol Los Olivos , Calahonda. Every Tuesday: Age Concern meet at the Manila bar in Los Boliches, next to the Yaramar hotel for Spanish lessons in the afternoon from 3.00pm until 3.45pm. Lifeline 652 537 615.

Every Wednesday: at 11:30am the Malaga Picasso Museum is offering free guided tours in English which is included with the price of admission.

Every Thursday: Age Care Drop In Coin, La Peña, Calle Rio Guadelhorce 19, Poligono La Rosa, Alhaurin el Grande. Thursday 11am – 1pm.

Every Friday: Hard Rock Cafe: Live music happening every Friday see www.hardrock.com/cafes/marbella.

Every Friday: Age Care Drop In Fuengirola, Hojar del Jubilado, Los Boliches Friday 11.00am -12.30pm , Entrance Calle Fruita. 1st floor above the fruit market.

­­­­Every Sunday: FAMA have a car boot sale at the Hippodrome from 9am – 2pm. Every Sunday: Craft Market in the Marbella Marina ­­on the Teresa Zabell Pier: 12-6pm.

Every Sunday: Art & Exclusive Products Market held at the inner courtyard of the Hapimag Hotel, Marbella. Fashion, Costume jewelery, Accessories, Perfume, Organic bio products. Painters, Sculptors & Flowers.. Also including entertainment from 11am to 7pm.

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