Lecture in Lagoa Municipal Library
Tuesday 29th March at 18:00: Peter Booker will present The Carnation Revolution. We approach the 46th anniversary of this momentous event in the history of Portugal, and it is fitting that we should pay homage to the heroes of that day. In particular we should commemorate Salgueiro Maia, the one man who is considered the purest symbol of the revolution. History Association lectures are free, but numbers attending are limited. At the Library, we are also governed by Câmara rules, and the wearing of masks is required. If you wish to attend, contact Lynne by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Piano Concert at Quintinha da Música
On Sunday 3rd April at 16:00 we welcome back pianists Inge Lulofs and Marlies van Gent from the Netherlands at the house of our third soloist, resident Irene Ainstein, professora at the Conservatory at Faro. This concert is an annual occasion to celebrate two, four and six hands at the piano. Their programme includes works arranged for piano by Dvorak (Dumky piano trio op 90), Vivaldi, JS Bach, Rachmaninov, Rossini and Gershwin. Tickets for the concert are €25 and also cover interval drinks and petiscos (snacks). Further information and tickets from email@example.com.
Guided Walks in Tavira
Peter Booker will hold the second series of guided historical walks in Tavira on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 12 / 13 / 14 April. The first of the walks covers the Walled Town; the second covers the Later Medieval Town; and the third covers the Suburb to the North of the River. Each of these tours will be limited to a maximum of fifteen people, at a cost of €5 per person. A complete walk lasts for just over 90 minutes, and each will begin at 11:00. If you wish to attend, you should contact Peter by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.