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SAINT PATRICK'S DAY

HOOLEY

SPANISH DINNER

IRISH DANCING

ENGLISH SINGING

Date:
17th MARCH
Time:
20:30

RAFFLE

PRIZES

MUSIC

 

Place:

 

CIVIC CENTRE- POLIDEPORTIVO

MASSALFASSAR - 46560

 

Blasco Ibanez, 13

Phone: 669.600.442

MENU
ORGANIZED BY
PRECIO:
PATATAS BRAVAS
PAELLA
FLAN DE CALABAZA
CAFE
VINO TINTO Y BLANCO
AGUA, CERVEZA, REFRESCOS
 
CAKE & CAVA
EURO 20

BANK ACCOUNT:

IBAN ES46 2100 9146 2522

0022 6008

Send name, phone, and e-mail with payment

If you are unable to come to the party you may send a donation to the bank account above for SEAT ZERO reserved for non-attendees.

A gift for the raffle will also be a great help.

To arrange collection of gifts, contact

cliftonsewell@gmail.com
or
patricia@valenciaworld.com

BOOK NOW!

LIMITED SPACE

Deadline 13th March

SEAT ZERO
DRESS CODE: something GREEN
DANCING SHOES

IRISH PARTY IN AID OF THE RESTORATION OF THE ANTIQUE STAINED-GLASS WINDOWS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CEMETERY, VALENCIA - 1907

 

Architect Vicente Sancho Fuster also designed this "House of Birds" located on the Gran Via Marques del Turia.

Swallows around the windows

Swallows under the balcony

Detail of swallows under a balcony

La Casa de Pons or House of Birds

- Gran Via Marques del Turia


FIESTAS IN MASSALFASSAR

Demons spitting fire celebrate the "DIMONI CORREFOCS" Fiesta in Massalfassar the 24th June 2017.

Bulls run around the streets of Massalfassar every Saturday night in July 2017,

HOW TO GET TO MASSALFASSAR

BY CAR: drive out the coast road, pass the Polytechnic University of Valencia, and Port Saplaya. Take exit 9. Go around to the left, cross the motorway bridge, pass the Hotel Florazar and the El Manar Shopping Mall on the right.

Drive up the railway bridge and turn right onto the service road at the end of the bridge. Keep right and then straight on towards the fields with bungalow-type pink houses on the left.

Turn onto Blasco Ibanez Street and park somewhere. Follow the green, white, and orange spray-painted arrows on the road . The Civic Centre is halfway down Blasco Ibanez - NUMBER 13.

BY TAXI: With four people to a taxi, the fare works out at around five Euro a head.

BY TRAIN: From the Estacion del Norte, several trains go to Castellon but they only stop at Massalfassar every hour..

These are the times: for the 17th March

Estacion del Norte to Massalfassar

18:15

18:35

19:32

20:10

20:20

Estacion de Massalfasar to Estacion del Norte

22:13

23:13

23:38

00:03

00:33

On leaving the Massalfassar Station continue on up the road and turn left at the end following the green, white, and orange spray-painted arrows on the road. They will lead to Blasco Ibanez Street. The Civic Centre is halfway down the street - number 13.

BY METRO:

The Aeropuerto train to Rafelbunol will drop you off at MUSEROS

These are the times for the 17th March Colon to Museros

18:05

19:05

20:05

These are the times for the trains Museros to Colon on the 18th March

00:15

01:15

02:15

03:35

04:15

05:33

Take the Rafelbunyol Metro train and get off at Museros. On leaving the station go around the corner and keep on straight to the end where there is a Chinese Market opposite. Go left and then first right around the Fiat car dealer. Pass the Low Cost petrol station. Cross over and pass the cemetery.

When the fields on the right come to an end, go around to the right and continue on straight to the end before turning left onto Blasco Ibanez. The Civic Centre is halfway down this street - number 13.


SEE SOME IRISH DANCING THROUGH THE LINK BELOW

RIVERDANCE LONGEST LINE RECORD ON SAMUEL BECKETT'S BRIDGE, DUBLIN

https://www.youtube.com/watch - connect computer speakers

Santiago Calatrava, Valencian architect of the Samuel Beckett Bridge spanning the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland, was quite gratified when his work of art was chosen as the backdrop for the Riverdance Longest Line Guinness Record the 21st July 2013.

Known locally as THE HARP, the bridge was unable to accommodate the 1,693 dancers from 44 countries, so the lines continued for one kilometre down the banks on either side of the River Liffey.

And thousands came out to watch and cheer!!!!!! To see it for yourself, click on the link under the above photo and connect the speakers on your computer.