If you haven’t made plans for your weekend listen up. There is so much going on. Five groups of students from the National Institute of Music will perform free concerts in Hatillo, Barva de Heredia and Juan Viñas in Cartago.
The Intermediate Symphony Orchestra is to perform at 7pm on August 17 in the Nuestra Señora del Carmen Church, in Cartago. The Youth Symphony Orchestra will be on the 19th in the Church of Juan Viñas de Cartago at 6pm with guest conductor Mora Fallas.
The Costa Rican Association of Orchideology will have an exhibition open to the public on the first level of Lincoln Plaza, in Moravia. The free event will feature different types of orchids and ornamental plants.
The Silk Tree restaurant will hold a sensory night, in which the visitor’s eyes are blindfolded to taste a seven-course dinner. The price is ¢16,000 per person and must be reserved at 2281-0513.
The Acetate Dance will be held at the Center for Social Culture, located in San Ramón de Alajuela. It will feature dance music of the 70s, 80s, and 90s.
On Sunday there will be a 10-kilometer walk through the hills of Escazú, La Cruz de Alajuelita and the Agres river basin. The bus leaves at 6:30 and the cost is ¢6,000. For information call 8306-6354.