Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - ExPats in Vallarta, a totally social group with informal fellowship and assistance for Expat residents or visitors living, working or investing around Vallarta or considering it, has announced next month's schedule of events.
During the month of March, ExPats in Vallarta will be having two Happy Hour gatherings at Langostinos. The first one will be on Tuesday, March 14th, and the second on Tuesday, the 28th, from 5-7 pm. Langostinos is located on the beach just north of Los Muertos Pier.
Come on down and relax, enjoy some cool drinks and great food, and mingle with other ExPats. This is an excellent chance for everybody to meet old friends, make new friends, watch the sunset, ask questions about living here and just Have a Good Time!
Getting out is great therapy for everyone. If you are a first timer, let us know and we will introduce you to other ExPats.
Neighborhood Coffees will be held at 10 am on Tuesday, March 7th and Tuesday, March 21st from 10 to 12 at Starbucks in Marina Vallarta across from the big Whale Statue. Reservations are not needed for the coffee klatches.
Special Event Dinners are scheduled on Thursday, March 2nd at Pancho Villa, located at Av. Fluvial 231, Fluvial Vallarta; on Thursday, March 16th at El Andariego, located at Calle Mexico #1358, across the street from Sr Frogs in Colonia 5 de Diciembre; and Thursday, March 30th at Las Adelitas in Fluvial. Advance reservations are necessary for these events, and tickets must be paid when reservations are made. No tickets sold at the door, so make your reservations today.
To make reservations for the Happy Hours, Special Dinners or Wine and Appetizer evening, please go to the ExPats in Vallarta website and click on the event for more details.
The local group of Expats In Vallarta is open to all ExPat residents, visitors and investors from other countries. The purpose of the group is informal fellowship and assistance for ExPats around Vallarta for those considering or living in the area. There is no membership fee or requirement; everyone pays for only what they use or consume.For more information, to join the group, or for insight on what others have experienced during their move to Puerto Vallarta, visit ExpatsInVallarta.com.