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San Carlos & Guaymas Sonora Mexico Newsletter with special events, weekly calendar, local news and weather, photos, videos, fishing report, dive report, Cinemex (movie) listings and more.

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This week’s newsletter: January 18, 2017

San Carlos and Guaymas Photos

Sky full of colors as the sun sets over Marina San Carlos, by Rada SC

The field is marked; the crowds are cheering; we’re just waiting for the “plop” at Rotary’s annual Cow Plop Bingo fundraiser, by Amy Bail Strine 

It’s a full house at El Mar Restaurant for their 100 pesos Sunday buffet, by Rada SC

If you’re looking for single track biking in the desert, San Carlos is THE place for it…with miles and miles of off-road trails, by Glenn Wakefield

“Hail to the chef!” Another successful Club Deportivo dinner and fundraiser to help local charities, by Shelly Johnson

Panoramic view of last week’s full moon rising over Guaymas while the sun sets over the Tetas, by Linda Holder

San Carlos Weather, News & Marketplace

Weather-wise by PJ Schramel, your Weather Wonk

Western winters woes continue to affect us

This is beginning to look like an historic winter for many parts of the U.S.; the inauguration of a controversial President, included. As mentioned last week, snowfall amounts have accumulated at levels not seen in 30-50 years in many places.

To visualize this, check out these two photos from the SAME WEBCAM at the top of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area in central California. This webcam sits atop a two-story building at the summit (~11,000f/3350m) of one of their lifts. And the top of that prominent sign represents twenty five feet (~7.6 meters) of accumulation.

The photo on the left is from late October…and the one on the right is from last week!

 

But wait, there’s more! Literally. In the next week, an additional accumulation of 3-4 feet (~ one meter) is expected. This might become an igloo-cam.

Yes, Virginia, this is a drought buster for California. But droughts are never far off in the West. However, it’s beginning to look like the predicted “milder than normal” second half of winter is not going to materialize. Even Weather Wizards are fallible, much to the relief of a mere Wonk.

Our week looks to be blustery and cool, but no snow………

Wednesday: our last day that MIGHT be considered warm, till Monday. High: 21/70. Low: 10.5/51.

Thursday: the first system from the north begins to affect us, drawing up clouds from the south. Clouds and cooler days, with moderate WSW winds. High: 19/66. Low: 12.5/55.

Friday: the low spins closer. Think clouds and continuing moderate winds. High: 19/66. Low: 16/61.

Saturday: ho-hum, another Saturday with our best chance of rain. That used to be a big deal, when we were on a traditional work schedule, no? Now, there’s every other day of the week to have fun in San Carlos. West winds, moderate-to-heavy. It’s gonna blow, people. High: 20/68. Low: 11.5/53.

Sunday: a mini high pressure builds in behind the low, and warms us up a bit. Winds continue moderate, shifting to WNW. High: 21.5/71. Low: 13/56.

Monday: easily our warmest day of the coming WUSC week. Winds continue WNW. High: 24/75. Low: 13/56.

Tuesday: not quite a Hitchcock movie, but the horror of influences from north by northwest bring our temps down AGAIN. Moderate WNW winds still around. High: 19.5/67. Low: 11/52.

All in all, this is one of the coolest weeks in recent memory. No nights approaching 5/40, but so few days that most would consider warm. Looking ahead, 10-14 days, the pattern looks to continue. Just be thankful you aren’t farther north.

If you ARE scheduled to go north, begin working on your excuses NOW. There are some readily available ones; gas protests and shortages in Mexico, road construction between San Carlos and the border, the uncertain political scene in the U.S.

Or just tell the truth……….I hate cold and snow!

Keep an eye on the weather at our San Carlos Weather page with satellite images and live weather feeds.

News & Marketplace

  • If you love all the weekly photos, join us on Facebook for daily photos, event updates and more.
  • Expect some delays if you are driving into Guaymas from San Carlos on Wednesday. Rumor has it that there may be some people along the highway protesting the higher gas prices. While Guaymas and San Carlos have not experienced some of the gas station boycotts of neighboring cities and states, it may be best to keep your gas tanks full for a while.
  • The January 2017 issue of SonoraEs is now available – it is a monthly magazine that promotes economic development and tourism in the state of Sonora.
  • A Memorial for Karen Eakes will be held on Thursday, January 19 at 2:00pm at the San Carlos Yacht Club. All who knew Karen and wish to join in celebrating Karen’s life are very welcome to attend.
  • There is a pickleball paddle, sailing dingy, sailboat & trailer, patio table & chairs, kayaks, air chisel set, brake line tube bender kit, Whirlpool propane gas stove, dog carrier, ice cream maker, houses for sale and rent, and more, now listed in the Classifieds. There are also people looking for items, so if you have any to sell, list them now — it’s free.

Travel Adventure with Ocean Camp San Carlos

Whale Watching Tour in Baja Sur. NEW DATE!

Departing March 18, 2017. In the winter months, the East Pacific Gray Whale population travels from the Arctic Sea to the warm waters of the Mexican Pacific Ocean. Its migration was featured in the National Geographic Series Great Migrations, and now, you too can witness this amazing natural wonder. We board our plane at the Guaymas Airport for a quick flight to Baja Sur. We then transfer by private van to the quaint town of San Ignacio, an oasis in the middle of the desert, where we spend two nights. From there, we go to San Ignacio Lagoon, the nature reserve where two whale watching excursions will take place. You will see and if you want, touch these beautiful creatures. (Watch our video here.)  Don’t miss this opportunity! Four days, all-inclusive: Round trip air, local transportation, lodging, meals, whale watching expeditions. Click here for more information.

And Ocean Camp is pre-booking our nature and cultural tours for the 2018 season. Each of the short descriptions below end with a link back to the webpage with all the details. The last link goes to the main page of the website which includes the tours and other activities.

The Triple Crown. San Miguel, Guanajuato and Guadalajara. February 3, 2018.
A week long visit to the historical towns of San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato and Guadalajara, touring famous landmarks and leaving some time for shopping for fine arts and crafts around the States of Jalisco y Guanajuato. For more information, click here.

Central Mexico/Monarch Butterfly Reserve. February 23, 2018.
Record numbers of Monarch Butterflies arriving to the Nature Reserves are being reported. National Geographic Television did a special program on the Monarch Butterfly migration. This remarkable nature tour takes you to the heart of this migration. Then we travel to Taxco, the “City of Silver” and Mexico City. Join us for a visit to rural Michoacan, Estado de Mexico, and Guerrero — PLUS a peek at beautiful Mexico City. For more information, click here.

Mexico City and Chiapas. March 9, 2018.
Departing March 9 by non-stop air to Mexico City, for week long tour visiting the always surprising Mexico City and the diverse and charming State of Chiapas, the southernmost State in the Republic. For more information, click here.

Whale Watching Trip in Baja’s Pacific Side. March 24, 2018.
National Geographic Television included the East Pacific Gray Whales in its special series “Great Migrations”. We fly to Baja Sur and travel to San Ignacio, on the Pacific Side of Baja California, Sur for an up-close and personal encounter with new calfs and their mother whales. For more information, click here.

Or you may look at all of the tours at the link below and click on any tour listed at the top of the following page: www.oceancamp.org or you can also visit and like us in our Facebook page

Make your reservations now by sending an email to:  oceancamp@me.com  and put the tour name in the subject line and please give us the full name of the passenger(s) making reservations.

Regards, Mark & Miguel

Loma del Mar … a place like no other

Beautiful and Active Gated Community

Loma del Mar amenities include:

* Heated Swimming Pool and Hot tub
* Pickleball and Bocce ball
* Cultural Center and Library
* Palapa Entertainment Center
* …and much, much, more

Loma del Mar has paved streets, full-time maintenance and security, and over 3.5 acres of green spaces and gardens.

There’s a wide price range of residences available.Loma del Mar is located 1.7 miles North of the main street (Beltrones). Take the road to the Ranchitos at Santa Rosa market, and follow the PAVED road toward Nacapule Canyon. Click here for a map. For more information on Loma del Mar, click here or call 226-1050.

This Week’s Special Events

Movie & Burger at the Yacht Club, January 18

The popular Yacht Club movie and a burger night continues tonight, Wednesday, January 18.

The movie this week is Sully starring Tom Hanks. This is the story of Chesley Sullenberger, an American pilot who became a hero after landing his damaged plane on the Hudson River in order to save the flight’s passengers and crew.

Doors open at 5:30pm and the movie starts around dusk, or about 7:00pm.

The cost is 150 pesos for guests and 120 pesos for Yacht Club members. This includes a delicious hamburger and all the fixin’s by the Bowlin crew, plus popcorn and a movie for free.

The public is welcome to attend.

Come on over to the Yacht Club and have a great meal and a movie!

Candela Latin Band from Hermosillo, January 19

Enjoy the Candela Latin Band from Hermosillo as they perform live salsa music at Mr. Iguana Burger on Thursday, January 19, from 5:00pm – 8:00pm.

This 6 member band plays both Spanish and English songs.

Check them out on Youtube performing at Mr. Iguana Burger.

FAOT Music Festival in Alamos, January 20 – 28

Make your way to Alamos anytime between Friday, January 20 and Saturday, January 28, 2017 and enjoy the Alamos FAOT Music Festival (officially named Dr. Alfonso Ortiz Tirado Festival).

The festival brings local, national and international artists and performers together for our enjoyment. There are concerts, street performers, handicrafts, food and drink. Most of the entertainment is free.

Click here for the official website and the 2017 Program.

See below for FAOT events in Guaymas.

SBPA Bag of Books Sale, January 21

SBPA Altered Tails Book Shoppe will have a (gently) used bag of books sale on Saturday, January 21 from 10:00am to 2:00pm.

At the SBPA Used Bag of Books Sale, there are thousands of books available for your reading pleasure. Help reduce our inventory. There are cheap books by the bag.

The Book Shoppe is located on the malecon of Marina San Carlos.

While at the Book Shoppe, remember to pick up your copy of the SBPA’s 2017 Calendars. The cost is 300 pesos or $15 USD.

Please support your local spay/neuter organization. Every peso supports the SBPA spay / neuter mission.

The SBPA continues to make a difference in our community by providing Spay and Neuter Certificates and holding free spay and neuter Clinics.

La Liga de Arte Club Show, January 21 – 22

La Liga de Arte will hold its Annual Art Show in the Tecalai Club House on Saturday, January 21 from 10:00am to 3:00pm and Sunday, January 22 from 10:00am to 2:00pm.

There will also be a raffle. The raffle tickets will be on sale both days and the drawing will be on Sunday afternoon.

Come to this annual event and meet and support the local artists and join them for refreshments of punch, cookies and other snacks.

RE/MAX Open House, January 21

RE/MAX will be hosting an Open House Event on Saturday, January 21 from 11:00am to 3:00pm in the Creston and Villa Hermosa areas.

See the poster for locations.

Maps are available at RE/MAX’s office in Plaza Arrecifes (behind the Pemex gas station).

Call 622-226-1800 for more information.

Softball game against local Police Force, January 23

Let’s play ball!

The Senior Softball / Slowpitch team has been challenged by the San Carlos Policia to a friendly softball game. They will have a strong team with their youth and quickness, but just maybe old age and treachery will prevail.

Come on out for a few laughs and cheer on all the players.

The game will start at 8:15am-ish on Monday, January 23. The field is in the Ranchitos, behind the Telesecundaria, in the same location as the Cow Plop Bingo.

New players are also encouraged to come out. Contact Fred for more information: fdmonty@hotmail.com

Clean Up with Colibrí Restaurant & Bar, January 23

Colibrí Restaurant & Bar is joining forces with Clean Up San Carlos to help clean the beach on Monday, January 23 at 9:00am.

There will be Door Prizes for all the volunteers who attend, so come on out and lend a hand.

Team Colibrí’s Chosen Location: Playa San Francisco #1. We will meet in the first parking lot on the right as you head towards Guaymas, just past the last EXTRA on your left. Please bring a rake if you have one. Team Colibrí will supply the bags.Colibrí Restaurant is the first of what we hope to be many local businesses who will collaborate with Clean Up San Carlos to keep our community and environment beautiful for residents and visitors alike.

For more information, check the Facebook page or email cleanupsancarlos@gmail.com. The regular clean up days will continue on Saturdays. Check the weekly calendar below for place and time.

The Silent Comedy Show with Omar, January 23

Enjoy Omar’s fun-filled Silent Comedy Show on Monday, January 23 at 6:00pm at the Captains Club.

This week four classic movies will be shown; “All Jazzed Up”, “Number Please?”, “Back Stage”, and “Roaming Romeo”. The LIVE MUSIC is provided by Pianist Omar Arriaga, with an assortment of musical pieces as well as his own improvisations.

Entrance is 50 pesos and children FREE.

Your entry ticket enters you into a pizza raffle drawing during intermission.

You owe it to yourself to experience these great classic comedies the way they used to be shown.

Free Beginners Pickleball Class, January 24

Theresa Melius will be giving free beginners pickleball classes on Tuesday, January 24 at 9:00am and 10:00am at the San Carlos Gym.

No paddle, no problem — there will be some available to borrow.

Class size is limited, so please register in advance by calling Bev at 226-1206.

SBPA Fashion Show and Luncheon, January 25

“1001 Arabian Nights” — the 16th Annual SBPA Fashion Show and Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, January 25 from 11:00am – 2:00pm at the San Carlos Plaza Hotel.

This annual gala event will include an array of super raffle prizes, including special themed gift baskets and a variety of goods and services donated by our local merchants. If you have raffle items to donate, please contact Sandy Fahrenwald at sandiaf@hotmail.com.

The fashion show will present fashions from over a half dozen local merchants and of course, everyone’s favorite, the dog parade featuring San Carlos’ rescued animals. You’ll also be entertained by Amaya’s Gypsy Fire Dancers and a guest dance artist from California.

The Luncheon and Fashion Show is one of the fundraisers held annually to help contribute to the expenses of the SBPA, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the protection and control of domestic and feral animals. Someone hosts a table of eight to ten guests, and decorates it in a theme, using her dishes, silverware, glasses, tablecloth, napkins, centerpiece, etc. The hostess of the table sells the other tickets to friends. Over the years, the themes have varied. One year a group decorated their table in honor of the famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo and then each dressed in costume as Frida.

If you are interested in getting your ticket or hosting a table of 8 – 10 for you and your friends, please contact Margaret Palmini at mpalmini@hotmail.com or call her at 226-1080.

All proceeds from this event are used to spay and neuter feral, abandoned and homeless animals and to aid families that cannot afford to spay and neuter their family pets. Click on the flyer on left for more information.

FAOT Music Festival in Guaymas, January 25 – 27

In Guaymas, there will be free FAOT performances on January 25, 26, and 27:

On Wednesday, January 25, Eva María Santana (mezzosoprano) will perform with Vasilis Tsiatsianis on piano at 7:00pm at Bellas Artes.

On Thursday, January 26, Grupo Yndio will perform at 7:00pm in the Guaymas Auditorium.

And, on Friday, January 27, Isabel Lozano (soprano) will perform with Russian pianist Dimitri Dudin at 7:00pm at Bellas Artes.

Click here for the Guaymas Program.

Future Special Events

Dink ‘n Sea Third Annual Pickleball Tournament, February 9 and 10

The 3rd Annual Dink ‘n Sea Pickleball tournament will be held on February 9 and 10. Men’s Doubles and Women’s Doubles will take place on Thursday, February 9. Mixed Doubles will take place on Friday, February 10.

For Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced players (2.5/3.0/3.5/3.5+ levels). Choose your partner. If you do not have a partner, check the “Looking for a Partner list” at Seaside Realty. This will be a regular bracketed tournament with a consolation round. Tournament ball will be the DuraFast 40 yellow, NOT the Onyx Pure, so you may want to practice with the DuraFast before the tournament.

This year all play will be at Puesta del Sol. The courts sit down in the ground and will be well protected plus there is ample seating all around the court. There will be a restroom available to all participants and spectators.

Check-in begins at 7:15am and play begins at 8:00am each day. Entry forms are available at Seaside Realty. Entry forms must be submitted by Saturday, February 4.

For more information, click here, or contact Theresa Melius at theresamelius@gmail.com. Volunteers are needed too — please email Theresa if you would like to volunteer.

San Carlos Music Festival, February 10 and 11

San Carlos favorite and Starburst Records recording artist Lorena Robles returns to La Palapa Griega on Friday, February 10 and Saturday, February 11.

So many folks LOVED her December guest, Las Vegas Jazz Singer Ira Hill, he will be returning for the February San Carlos Music Festival. They will be accompanied by Jorge Estrada, world class pianist and longtime Musical Director for Mexican mega-star Alejandro Fernandez.

Also for your enjoyment, a unique appearance by Winner of the Dancer of the Year IAMED AWARD, Amaya.

The very Special Guest for February is returning San Carlos favorite, 60’s hit recording artist, Chris Montez. Chris wowed San Carlos in 2003 at a benefit for Rescate. Here is a link to a video of Chris Montez in San Carlos performing his classic hit, Call Me.

Seating is limited, so get your tickets now. There are also packages available with flight (Tucson to Hermosillo), hotel and show. Click here for ticket and package information.

Sign Up Now:

  • Tuesday, January 24. Free beginners pickleball class at San Carlos Gym. Class size is limited, so please register in advance by calling Bev at 226-1206.
  • Saturday, January 28 – Sunday, January 29. Rescate President’s Cup Golf Tournament. Sign up at sancarlosmensclub.com and follow the Sign Up Page to get registered or there are Sign Up Sheets in the Pro Shop. Everyone is welcome.
  • Thursday, February 9 and Friday, February 10. Dink ‘n Sea Third Annual Pickleball Tournament. Entry forms are available at Seaside Realty, or online here. Entry forms must be submitted by Saturday, February 4.
  • Sunday, February 19. Kundalini yoga and clear light healing. 10:00am – 4:00pm, San Carlos Gym. Sign up here.

Tickets Now Available:

  • Friday, February 10 and Saturday, February 11. San Carlos Music Festival. Seating is limited, so get your tickets now. For ticket and weekend package reservations, please call 622-226-1741 or 702-525-3651 or email tomatah1@aol.com.
  • Six and a Half Mexicans (Mark Mulligan and the amazing Forasteros Country Band). Choose from a 6:00pm Saturday, March 4 show or an afternoon concert at 3:00pm on Sunday, March 5. Tickets are on sale exclusively at Seaside Realty.

Fishing, Golfing & Birding Reports

Fishing Report

The fish are out there somewhere. I heard of one sierra caught, along with a couple Sierra and a snapper by my friends off Haystack. Schools of yellowtail were seen there, but few are being caught.

The yellowtail have dropped in size a bit, but they still seem to be 10 – 15 pounds. There are a few in close against the rocks if you can find the school. Big Rapalas in green and silver seem to work best.

The hot bite up the coast has become tougher, with the best catches being on the troll on wire. There is reportedly an afternoon bite at the Island. The moon is waning, so hopefully the bite will pick up this week. If not, then it’s time to start bottom fishing.

We hit Lake Oviachic last week for a decent bite. We only caught a handful of 3-pounders, but around 90 in a couple days. It was nice, warm and calm, and the lodge had some improvements. The roads were also greatly improved. It appeared that the spawn will probably be on the next full moon, so we’ll have to return.

by Bryan ReplogleTeam Margarita Sportfishing, repsilon@aol.com

Birding Report

It is good to be back in San Carlos although the birding in Oaxaca was quite amazing. David Jasper and Elaine Moisan again led the group in my absence and here is Elaine´s report:

“Birding report for 1/12/17:

Our group (about 25!) started at the Esterito (high tide again) with the usual suspects perched in the mangroves, so we got great looks at all of the waders. We then went over to the Golf Course pond, and got to look at some small birds: Verdin, Orange-crowned and Yellow-rumped warblers, Blue-gray gnatcatcher, Say’s & Black Phoebes among others. Five species of ducks were on the pond, plus great looks at the (un)Spotted sandpiper.

After this, we went to Nacapule Canyon, and birds were scarce there! Some of us did spot a rare bird in a Palo Blanco tree, which Jack expertly identified as a Sonoran Fuzzbird – immature : ) Nevertheless, it was a lovely walk, and we studied the plants, and saw a butterfly or two.

We finished up with lunch at El Mar restaurant, adding a number of birds to our list by looking out the window. 56 species in all!” Many thanks to David and Elaine for leading while I was gone.

I picked my Bird of the Week from Fred Gaunt’s photos of the bird trip. The Northern Shoveler was seen on the Country Club pond. Fred’s lovely photo also includes the beautiful Cinnamon Teal. The Northern Shoveler is a dabbling duck as opposed to diving ducks. It scoops (or shovels) for aquatic invertebrates. According to Wikipedia, its bill is specialized to allow it to skim crustaceans and plankton from the surface of the water.

Shovelers, as they are commonly known, winter in the lower half of the United States and all of Mexico except for the tiny tip of the Yucatan. We see them on and off during the winter. Now would be a good time to venture over to the Country Club settlement pond. It is between the main road, Beltrones, and the Country Club road. You go through the gate to the Country Club, past three topes and it is off to your right.

This coming week, we will meet as usual at the Esterito Cafe at 8:00am on Thursday. I have been scouting locations that are not muddy after our weekend rains. El Palmar has some beautiful Lesser Scaups in breeding plumage so we will go there. Bring your chairs as well as good shoes, sun protection and bug spray. And, of course, your binoculars. From El Palmar we will head further west or head east to the Country Club pond and then the Estero Soldado. Depends on mud. Getting your car stuck is no fun.

If you have any questions, e-mail me at maryltannehill@yahoo.com. Happy Birding!

by Mary Tannehill
photo by Fred Gaunt

Golfing Report

Putting together the weekly golf game is an interesting endeavor. Come Wednesday afternoon, there were 30 men signed up to play the following morning. I thought that I was a smarty pants scheduling several threesomes figuring that a few guys might just show up. By the time we teed off at 9:00am on Thursday morning, there were 64, so there was more than a little bit of re-organization! It all worked out well but it seems that it’s more than just me that forgets what day of the week it is, here in San Carlos!

Results of the day: Robert Frank shot a sizzling 75 in winning the ‘A’ flight in the weekly competition, Stableford Points. Steve Pruett took the ‘B’ Flight and Doug Davies the ‘C’ flight.

Other golfing news: a little birdie told me that Sharon Smit had a Hole-In-One on the 12th hole last Wednesday. And that youngster Brent Wiseman shot his age on Saturday. Congratulations to you both.

Thursday, January 19 – Traveling day to Cuidad de Obregon. Full bus. For those of you who are signed up, meet at the golf course by 6:45am and we’re on the road at 7:00am sharp.

Thursday, January 26 – Two man teams counting the one lowest net score per hole.  Sign up as a team or an individual and we’ll put you together. The annual February two day – 2 man tournament is going to be skipped due to scheduling problems, so this is your chance to practice a team event for the upcoming International Tournament.

Saturday, January 28 & Sunday, January 29 – Annual President’s Cup Rescate Tournament. There’s still time to get your name in to sponsor a hole for the tournament and if you are a golfer, we still have spots available to join us in the fun.  Due to a scheduling conflict with the Golf Club, the Awards Banquet is now going to be held at the San Carlos Yacht Club. Because of this venue change, we require a little more lead time and ask that you get your entry in early, by Monday, January 23rd, so that we have time to organize the dinner.

Sign up for any of these events at sancarlosmensclub.com and follow the Sign Up Page to get registered or there are always Sign Up Sheets in the Pro Shop for the upcoming events. Guests and Visitors are always more than welcome to join us.

Call Jim McAdie at 226-1637 or email jimmcadie@gmail.com if you have any questions.

What’s Playing at Cinemex Guaymas

Please note that Cinemex changes the movies that are showing during the week, so check their site on the day you are going for the most up-to-date listings. Click here for Tips on how to navigate the cinemex website. New movies are arriving and being shown on Fridays. For a full listing and show times, visit Cinemex.

  • Sully (Sully: Hazaña En El Hudson). The story of Chesley Sullenberger, an American pilot who became a hero after landing his damaged plane on the Hudson River in order to save the flight’s passengers and crew.
  • Assassin’s Creed. When Callum Lynch explores the memories of his ancestor Aguilar and gains the skills of a Master Assassin, he discovers he is a descendant of the secret Assassins society.
  • Passengers (Pasajeros). A spacecraft traveling to a distant colony planet and transporting thousands of people has a malfunction in its sleep chambers. As a result, two passengers are awakened 90 years early.
  • Collateral Beauty (Belleza Inesperada). Retreating from life after a tragedy, a man questions the universe by writing to Love, Time and Death. Receiving unexpected answers, he begins to see how these things interlock and how even loss can reveal moments of meaning and beauty.
  • Snowden. The NSA’s illegal surveillance techniques are leaked to the public by one of the agency’s employees, Edward Snowden, in the form of thousands of classified documents distributed to the press.
  • Movies playing in Spanish: Un Padre No Tan Padre, Assassin’s Creed, Monster Trucks, Sing: ¡Ven y Canta!, Espiando a Los Vecinos, Shin Godzilla (also in Japanese), Moana, Bailarina, Estación Zombie.

Most “Hollywood” movies for adults are in English with Spanish subtitles, but check before you go. Map to Cinemex Guaymas.

**Tickets for the movie theater in Guaymas are now on sale at the Pemex gas station located in front of the offices of Seaside Realty (or other Pemex locations in Guaymas displaying this promotional sign). Tickets cost only 35 pesos each and you have 3 months to use them. These tickets are valid Monday – Friday and cannot be used with any other promotion.

Mondays and Tuesdays movies cost 50 pesos (42 pesos if you are over age 60). Also, every Tuesday is 2×1 day for all movies at all show times by showing your Cinemex card. This means two people get in for the price of one. Wednesday’s movies cost 34 pesos for everyone. Thursday through Sunday movies cost 50 pesos (42 pesos if you are over age 60).

Be sure to use your Cinemex card when buying refreshments; you earn points on these purchases also. Then ask at either the ticket or refreshment counter how many points you have accumulated and use these to offset your total cost when you want.

There is also a Cinefan card available. This card costs 50 pesos and gets you into 20 movies any day of the week for just 30 pesos. There are also special discounts on refreshments associated with this card.

Happy Hours and Food Specials

El Embarcadero at Marinaterra Hotel

El Embarcadero is open daily from 6am to 11pm, serving breakfast buffet, lunch and dinner a la carte. Special Promotion: 90 pesos buffet breakfast for women from 10am to 12pm, Monday to Friday.

Specials:
Tuesdays: 2 for 1 Martinis, from 4pm to 7pm
Wednesdays: 2 for 1 Margaritas, from 4pm to 7pm
Ask for the Birthday Special.

Entertainment: Saturday: Daniel Moreno, 6pm – 10pm.

San Carlos Bar is open from 8am to 11pm. Happy hour from 4pm to 7pm with 2 for 1 daily cocktails, 25 pesos national domestic beer and 20 pesos draft beer.

For more information and a map, click here.
Phone: (622) 225-2020 EXT 04
Address: Hotel Marinaterra on the Malecon at Marina San Carlos
marinaterra.com

The Palapa Bar and Caddy Shack Bar & Grill

The San Carlos Country Club and Golf Course has something for everyone!

The Caddy Shack is now open.

The Palapa Bar by the pool and the pool are open from 7:00am to 9:00pm.

Come in and ask about the great food and drink promotions.

Happy Hour everyday from 4pm – 6pm with 15 pesos Draft Beer, and 2 x 1 Margaritas.

Entertainment: Sam Rainwater, Thursdays, 4pm – 6pm, at the Palapa Bar.

For more information and a map, click here.
Phone: (622) 226-1020
Address: in the San Carlos Country Club, between Loma Bonita and Solimar

La Palapa Griega

Enjoy delicious Greek food, seafood, cold drinks and live music on Posada Beach. You can sit in the open-air, palapa covered restaurant, or on lounge chairs on the beach.

La Palapa Griega is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. Our friendly staff is waiting to serve you.

La Palapa Griega accepts credit cards (Visa and Mastercard).

Entertainment:
Wednesday: Mark Mulligan. 5pm – 8pm.
Thursday: SensaNova. 5pm – 8pm.
Friday: The Twins. 5pm – 8pm.
Saturday: Zero Band on the Beach. 2pm – 5pm.
Sunday: Charisma Band. 2pm – 5pm.

Hours: Monday to Saturday from 11am – 9pm, and Sunday from 10am – 8pm.

For questions or reservations, call 226-1888. Click for more information and a map.

El Mar Restaurant

Enjoy air conditioned beach-front dining at El Mar Restaurant. Open every day but Monday from 7am – 10pm, and serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Follow us on Facebook.

There are Daily Food Specials. 
Feast on our Sunday Breakfast Buffet from 8am – 12pm. For only 100 pesos, enjoy eggs (any way you like), ham, bacon, beans, fried potatoes, chilaquiles, hotcakes, fruit, and menudo & pozole for an additional 10 pesos. A full menu is also available.

Pool open: from 8am to 9pm, lounge by and play in our pool — the cost is 50 pesos entrance fee.

For questions or reservations, call 622-125-4837. For more information and a map, click here.

La Salsa Beach Bar

Join us at La Salsa Beach Bar – the largest palapa restaurant & bar on the nicest beach in San Carlos. What’s your pleasure? Sit by the ocean while you sip on a refreshingly cool cocktail, listening to waves lap up on the sandy beach; dance the night away with San Carlos favorites Luna Band or Assterisko; enjoy a delicious meal and a beer while watching NFL, MLB, boxing and other sports on one of our 14 big screen TVs…or just take it all in from the comfort of your seat under our huge Palapa or on La Terraza. With seating for over 350 people, there is always room for you to enjoy yourself at La Salsa Beach Bar.

Entertainment this week:
Thursday: Assterisko, from 5pm – 10pm. Happy Hour from 6pm – 8pm with 2 X 1 drinks.
Friday: Grupo Luna & DJ from 10pm – 2am.
Saturday: Salsa Night from 9pm – 3am. Live music & DJ.
Sunday: Flashback Sundays from 2pm – 7pm. Assterisko plays classic oldies from the 70’s & 80’s.

Hours: Monday from 10am – 9pm, Thursday from 10am – 11pm, Friday and Saturday from 10am – 3am and Sunday from 10am – 10pm. Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Follow us on FacebookClick here for Upcoming Special Events, more information and a map.

Jax Snax

Serving you breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Jax Snax has the biggest and best variety of food on the menu for the whole family! Daily breakfast specials. Best burgers in town. Teriyaki chicken or beef rice bowls. Pizzas. Mexican dishes. Salads. Plenty of Vegetarian options. Milkshakes.

Check out our delicious home-made apple, pecan, and pumpkin pies and other delectable baked goods. Order yours today! 

Licensed restaurant, serving beer and wine. No corking fees if you bring your own wine. We’ll cook your fish for you, plus two sides for only 75 pesos. Homemade pies and flan for dessert. Free internet.

Established in 1976, we were the first restaurant in town. Delicious food that has stood the test of time. Come in and find out why. Check our Facebook page for our Daily Specials. Click here for more information and a map.

Our promise to folks today is the same as it was in 1976, serve up irresistible food and good vibes in a gathering place for the whole neighborhood.

Hours of business: Open Everyday from 7am – 10:30pm. Take-out orders or group parties & events, please call 226-0270.

Captains Club

Captains Club is the best “harbor hangout” in town. Our restaurant/bar, located just south of the Marinaterra Hotel, is open to everyone. We serve the coldest beer in town and the freshest food available. Try our BBQ grilled burgers, beer battered fish and shrimp tacos, and our famous Cahuamanta soup in a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. Savor one of our delicious pizzas made in our wood fired pizza oven on Thursdays through Mondays. Guaranteed you’ll love it or we’ll buy you a beer!

Remember — You catch it and we cook it! We’ll cook your fish anyway you like it, with 2 sides. Click here for more information and a map.

Happy Hour everyday from 3pm – 7pm. 20 pesos Chope draft beer, Pacifico, Pacifico Light, Corona. 45 pesos Margarita.

Daily Food Specials include BBQ Pork Ribs, Chile Rellanos, Nachos con Carne, Cajun Chicken Sandwich, and Fish Meatballs. Don’t miss out on Pozole Thursdays…come and get it until it runs out. And don’t forget Clam Chowder Fridays.

Entertainment this week: Wednesday: SensaNova, 6pm – 9pm; Friday: Suave Son, 6pm – 9pm; Saturday: Manuelito y Sus Guerreros, 7pm – 10pm.  Monday: Silent Comedy Movie Show. 6pm – 9pm. Watch all our sports broadcasts throughout the week.

Hours: Open Everyday except Tuesdays from 3pm – 11pm. Follow us on Facebook. Website: clubcapitanes.com. Call 226-2123.

Delfines Bar and Grill …. and Gringo Bell Express

San Carlos’s finest international dining experience with a full service bar and bilingual staff.

Lunch: 12 fresh, flavorful and unique sandwiches with a variety of soups and salads.

Dinner: International fair of 18 specialty entrées each served with soup or salad, starch and seasonal veggies. Kung Pao Chicken, Proscuitto/Asiago Chicken Pasta, Ginger Citrus Shrimp, Fire Thai Filet, Fresh Catch of the Day and many more. Please click map and menu below, or see menu at delfinesbarandgrill.com.mx. All menu items are available for take-out.

Delfines features San Carlos’s only Teppan table, a great show and perfect for special occasions, available for parties of 6 or more by reservations 622-226-0499.

Entertainment this week: Friday: Eric Holland, 3:30pm – 6:30pm and Angeles y Voces, 7pm – 10pm; Saturday: Los Country Boys, 7pm – 10pm.

Hours: Open at 11:30am Monday through Sunday. Delfines closes late on weekends. All menu items are served all day. For reservations, questions, or inquiries about catered events, please contact Delfines’ owner Patrick, 622-226-0499.

Gringo Bell ExpressNow Open! The only drive up restaurant in San Carlos, if you try Gringo Bell, you’ll see just what the name implies — crispy or soft tacos with lean ground beef, steak, chicken, burrito grandes, veggie options, taco salad and more. Come in your PJ’s and take this gringo deliciousness home!

Click for map and menus

Sunset Bar & Grill

Just a short 7 minute drive from town, on the old Club Med beach, you’ll discover this one-of-a-kind handcrafted restaurant.

Sunset Bar & Grill offers a healthy, concise late lunch & dinner menu, and top shelf unique mixed cocktails, fine tequilas, bacanora & mezcal.

Choose from an eclectic array of appetizers & sides to accompany your grilled main. Our grill Chef masters the perfect doneness you request on the top cut black Arrachera beef, the fresh catch of the day or the gourmet sirloin burger.

The brick mesquite oven deepens the flavors of the handmade flatbreads and pot pies. The weekly gourmet specials are designed to please your senses.

Sit on a rope swing while sipping a signature Mojito or pick any repurposed wooden spool table to watch the sun dip into the ocean … you will be drawn to the numerous décor details that create an unsurpassed ambiance.

If you are looking to spend an amazing evening on the beach with thoughtfully prepared food & cocktails, served in a tantalizing ambiance – don’t leave town without experiencing the Sunset Bar & Grill – the sexiest restaurant on the beach!

Sunset’s Weekly Special (Friday – Monday):  3 Course Gourmet Mexican meal: By Javier Acosta. Stuffed ravioles with sautéed shrimp and octopus with red chili. Salmon wrapped in banana leaf on the brick oven accompanied with vegetables, served with a fennel sauce. Dessert: Traditional Churros accompanied by homemade pinole. Cost: 480 pesos or $27 USD.

Entertainment. Friday: Soprano Valeria Quijada and Master Pianist Roberto Galvan. 5:30pm – 8:30pm. Sunday: Sonora Jazz Trio, 5:30pm – 8:30pm (reservations recommended).

Hours: Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 3:00pm – 11:00pm; Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday. Click here for the menu and a map. Follow us on Facebook.

Soggy Peso Bar

Originally the only small shack on a desolate beach, the Soggy Peso Bar remains the quintessential traveler’s dream of a Mexican beach bar.

Improved over the past 12 years, this daytime & evening beach bar maintains its rustic vibe; even the locals say they feel like they’re on vacation when they’re at the Soggy.

From the freshest Mexican style seafood to the best margarita, the live music to world music, the spectacular sunsets to the friendly staff, laying in the hammocks to marveling at the kiteboarders, your experience at the Soggy Peso will feel complete.

For the non-seafood lover, the small menu boasts great paninis & salads, guacamole & bean bowls. For the seafood lover, the signature crab tostada, shrimp quesadilla or Mexican seafood cocktail are a must. The original owner and long standing staff members strive for consistency in providing a quality experience.

For visitors & locals alike, take the time to experience Soggy’s good vibe, and savor a cold beverage & delectable light fare with two feet in the sand at the best little beach bar in town!

Hours: Open every day from 11am – sunset. Open later during Full Moon special events. Click here for the menu and a map.

Entertainment: Tuesday: Omar, 3:30pm – 6:00pm. Thursday: The Dudes, 3:00pm – 6:00pm. Friday:  Eric Holland, 3:30pm – 6pm. Saturday: Luna, 3:30pm – 6:00pm. Sunday: Guajira Son, 2:30pm – 5:30pm.

HammerHead’s Dockside Bar & Grille

It’s Hammer-Time! Check out the best sports bar in town. Located at the San Carlos Marina, HammerHead’s Dockside Bar & Grille is your best choice for great meals, cold drinks and great atmosphere. Come watch the sun set behind Tetakawi and the boats come and go from the marina.

Enjoy the ambience of our air-conditioned, re-designed pub and fabulous outdoor patio and Margarita Bar! Our unique menu of pub style food includes appetizers, lunches and dinners with favorites such as Dry Rub Ribs, the Dockside Chop Salad or the HammerHead Burger, all made from scratch with only the freshest ingredients.

Check out our daily food and drink special while you watch your favorite games on one of our 7 large TVs. We now serve Pizza every day! Time for a new t-shirt or hat?… check out our merchandise on sale.

Are you a beer lover? HammerHead’s is the only bar in all of Sonora state supplying micro beer from Baja Brewing Co. made and bottled out of San Jose Del Cabo. Choose from award winning Cabotella (Lager), Baja Blonde (Pale Ale), and Baja Black (Obscura) and Baja Stout (Stout). Delicious and refreshing…try one today.

Happy Hour everyday from 2pm-5pm. $15 peso Draft Beer, $35 peso regular Margaritas and $40 peso flavored Margaritas.

Entertainment this week: Wednesday: Dueling Guitars (Omar & Cesar), 5pm – 8pm. Thursday: Luna Band, 8pm – 12am. Friday: Shuffle Band, 7pm – 11pm. Saturday: The Dudes, 4pm – 8pm. Sunday, Monday and Thursdays are NFL football days at the Bar.

Hours: Open daily from 10am – midnight, sometimes later. The new breakfast menu is available from 10am – 1pm everyday. We have FREE WI-FI and we do “Take-Out”. Call us at 622-226-0152 and follow us on Facebook. Click here for more information, menus, and a map.

Froggy’s Bar

Any bar can be cool, but AWESOME takes practice. And in San Carlos, that AWESOME bar is Froggy’s Bar! Fashioned after the ever popular Carlos’n Charlie’s and Senor Frog’s franchises, Froggy’s is The Bar Where the Locals go to Party!

A San Carlos favorite since 1999, our bar has a laid-back, casual setting, where guests are free to have as much fun as possible as they are entertained by their surroundings – dancing to a live band, singing karaoke, playing some pool, watching all the Games & Sports on our 7 big screen TVs, and more. Our servers work hard to ensure you leave with an unforgettable memory of the restaurant.

Every Hour is Happy Hour! From 12 noon – 7pm, enjoy ice cold draft beer for 20 pesos, and 20 pesos for bottles of Pacifico, Pacifico Light, and Corona. EVERYDAY! Tuesday 2 for 1 Pizza night + 30 peso margarita!

Entertainment this week: Thursday: Karaoke, 9pm – 2:30am. Friday: Control A, 10pm – 2:30am. Saturday: Control A. Band, 10pm – 2:30am. Sunday: Karaoke, 9pm – midnight. Tuesday: Red Hot Blues Band, 6:30pm – 9:30pm.

Hours: Monday: 12 noon – 11pm; Tuesday: 12 noon – 1am; Wednesday: 12 noon – 11pm; Thursday – Saturday: 12 noon – 2:30am; Sunday: 12 noon – 1am. Follow us on Facebook. Click here for the menu, a map, and more information. For reservations or take-out, call 622-226-0898.

Tortuga’s Restaurant & Bar

Tortuga’s is open and we welcome you to our new bar! Come in, have fun, laugh a lot, and try the Best Hamburger in San Carlos, and a few new dishes like crab cake and marinated Eggplant. Open every day serving breakfast, including Eggs Benedict, and all your favorites. Enjoy Philippe’s famous sports bar menu  for your casual lunch and dinner favorites.

Tortuga’s fresh food Bistro menu is specially prepared by Chef Joan and included new products: shrimps, fish brandade, rib eye churasco style, red wine Chicken and of course, famous white wine catch of the day, spicy tuna, and field salad. Every Friday try our Prime Rib Night (includes one glass of wine for 490 pesos). Famous Beef Wellington Saturday (360 pesos) and new breakfast menu with Omar piano Concert (from 9am to 12pm).

Entertainment: Friday, Manuelito y sus guerreros (dance), 6:30pm – 9:30pm, Saturday, Omar Arriaga Piano, 6:30pm – 9:30pm; Sunday, Omar’s Morning Piano Music, 9am – 12pm, Monday, Jazz Night with Gembe Band, 6:30pm – 9pm; Tuesday: Jesus & Alfredo (acoustics), 6:30pm – 9:30pm.

Food & Drink Specials:
Monday: Enchiladas (95 pesos) + Margarita (45 pesos)
Tuesday: Taco Tuesday (15 pesos) + Tequila (30 pesos)
Wednesday: Shepards pie (90 pesos) + Piña colada (45 pesos)
Thursday: Tostadas (35 pesos) + Cerveza Nationale (25 pesos)
Friday: Meat Loaf (105 pesos) + Margarita (45 pesos)
Saturday: Paella Marisco (110 pesos) + Mojito (45 pesos)
Sunday: Brunch and Omar piano Concert + Bloody Mary (45 pesos). Football, pizza + 1 draft beer (140 pesos, starting at 1:00pm)

Check out the website for more information.

Hacienda Mar de Cortez

You always have a warm welcome at Hacienda Mar de Cortez! Dining indoors or in our Patio, entertainment, a great menu and new drinks to beguile your tastebuds.

Breakfast is now served from 8:00am – 1:00pm every day but Monday, from a full menu of favorites, and lunch is available all afternoon. Dinners are served from 5:00pm – 9:00pm.

Tuesday: Live music by Elba & The Cochrans (6:30pm – 8:30pm) plus all-you-can-eat BBQ and Limitless Orange Margaritas, served 5:00pm – 9:00pm.
Friday: Live music for dancing with eScala Menor, 6:00pm – 9:00pm.
Sunday: Brunch, 8:00am – 12:00pm (noon).
Monday: Closed.

To get to Pilar, take the main road, Blvd. Manlio Fabio Beltrones (Hwy 124) East toward Guaymas, turn right at the signs for ‘Estuario del Soldado, Pilar and Delfines’, head towards the Sea and at the T, turn right again.

For reservations or information, phone: 622-124-5183. Facebook: hacienda.mardecortez

Bonifacio’s Cotton Club

Bonifacio’s Cotton Club offers an eclectic fusion cuisine inspired in Mexico. Featuring beach front dining with a lunch and dinner menu full of creative gourmet dishes including the freshest seafood, meat, chicken, and vegetarian meals. For lunch, try our best-in-town Bonifacio’s hamburger & fries, or our popular marlin or shrimp Taco Governadors, while relaxing on the beautiful white sands of Los Algodones beach. Enjoy the view from the beach lounge, watch water sports, or sip on a cocktail while watching an unforgettable sunset.

For dinner, experience the elegance of our indoor dining while feasting on our mouth-watering Sesame Tuna or Surf and Turf Brochette. And don’t forget to order a delicious caramel crepe with vanilla ice cream for dessert. Whichever meal you choose, it is sure to delight your taste buds!

Celebrate your special event at Bonifacio’s, and create memories for your guests that will last a lifetime. We have an event planner available at your service and offer catering for your wedding, party, anniversary or celebration.

Entertainment:
Monday: Eric Holland, 6:00pm – 9:00pm.
Tuesday: Mario Sandoval, 6:00pm – 9:00pm.
Wednesday: Ruben Lopez, 5:30pm – 8:30pm.
Thursday: Jazzy Night with Omar, Pab and Brad, 5:00pm – 8:00pm.
Fridays & Saturday: Variety of live music.
Sunday: SensaNova, 6:00pm – 9:00pm.

Hours: Open Monday – Friday from 12pm – 10pm; Saturday and Sunday from 12pm – 12am. Call us at 622-227-0515. Follow us on Facebook. Check out our website. Click here for more information and a map.

Off the Edge Tours Restaurant Bar

Come and check out our new menu items, including BBQ Ribs, Pulled Pork, and Brisket, all cooked on our new Texas Pit, smoked to perfection! Other popular menu items include hamburgers, shrimp cocktails, and our wood burned oven Pizzas! Come in and check out our Daily Food Specials, including our Famous Taco Carne Asada Tuesdays for 20 pesos! Enjoy your meal and drinks indoors in our newly air-conditioned restaurant, or hang out on our outdoor patio. Football, baseball, or UFC fan? We’re the place to come and watch your favorite teams on our big screen TV’s, including our huge projection screen. You can even try to sink a few balls with our pool table…it’s free to play!

The Edge is your full-service stop for FUN! Unleash your spirit of adventure by booking an ATV or Rhino tour through us. We also rent ATVs, kayaks, paddle boards,and Hydrobikes. Call us at 622-226-0665 or 622-103-5108 (cel) or click here for more information about our tours and rentals.

We’ve got LOTS of free parking at the back of the The Edge restaurant, so keep the main street (and your car) safe by parking around the back and using our restaurant entrance from the back parking lot.

Happy Hour: Every Day from 2pm – 5pm. Draft beer (light and dark), 15 pesos. Includes Corona, Chope and Modelo.

Entertainment this week: Tuesday and Friday: SensaNova (duo performing rock, pop, and ballads in English and Spanish), from 6:00pm – 9:00pm … with Taco Tuesday and Pizza Friday food specials.

Hours: Open Tuesday – Sunday from 12:00pm (noon) – 9:00pm. Closed on Monday.

Follow us on Facebook. Check out our website. Click here for more information and a map.

Colibrí Restaurant & Bar

We welcome you to the new Colibrí Restaurant & Bar, a garden oasis like no other in San Carlos. Located in the north-west corner of Plaza Las Palmas (where the CEA water company is located) in the center of town, Colibrí (which means “hummingbird” in English) is your best choice for an intimate, romantic dinner or for a fun outing with a bunch of friends.

With three separate dining areas, the choice is yours. Enjoy your favorite meal in our indoor, air-conditioned restaurant; eat outside in the enclosed garden area; or have a view of the ocean on our outdoor patio upstairs — with seating for over 80 people, we’re ready for your group, large or small. We have a well-stocked bar, including beer and wine.

Our menu is full of unique dishes that is sure to satisfy the most discerning palate. The restaurant features Tapas (small plates), International entrées, made in-house ice cream, and Italian gelato. You must also try our delicious mesquite wood-fired pizzas. And, we serve a full breakfast.

Come in and check out our delectable culinary delights! We hope Colibrí will become a favorite of yours. Please make your reservation now by calling 622-115-3466.

Hours: Open Tuesday – Sunday from 12:00pm – 10:30pm. Closed on Monday.

Follow us on Facebook. Click here for more information and a map.

Mimi’s K-Fecito Restaurant and Cakes

Mimi’s K-Fecito has reopened in the MDS (Doctor Mike) commercial plaza serving breakfast, lunch and early dinner! Come see our Wall of Fame and name all celebrities for a free dessert!

Breakfast Special: Country Sausage Biscuits & Gravy
Lunch Special: Breaded Pork Tenderloin & Fried Chicken Sandwiches
Dinner Special: Pescado California & Chicken Mar de Cortez

Hours: Open Wednesday – Monday from 7:00am – 7:00pm. Tuesday – Closed

Groups, parties and events are our specialty! Birthday parties with 10 or more receive a free birthday cake!

Follow us on Facebook. For more information and a map, click here.
Telephone: 622-227-0528
Email: mimiskfecito@gmail.com
Address: Near the PEMEX & EXTRA next to MDS Medical Center on Boulevard Beltrones

La Conquista Cocina May y Tierra

Join us for fine dining with a Special Touch!

Our upscale palapa restaurant, conveniently located on the main street across from San Francisco beach, has a varied and eclectic menu that is sure to please you. Meat, chicken, seafood, pasta, or vegetarian food — we have it all. What’s your pleasure? Dine in style with one of our gourmet meals; sip on a refreshingly cool cocktail; listen to live music; enjoy a delicious meal and a beer while watching NFL, MLB, boxing and other sports on one of our big screen TVs…or just take it all in from the comfort of your seat under our huge oceanview Palapa.

Some of our more popular items on the menu includes: La Conquista Salad, Seared Tuna, Seafood Molcajete, Seasonal fish dishes, Lasagna, Rib-eye Steak, Arrachera, and to finish off with dessert — Tiramusi or Creme Brulee.

Happy Hour every day from 5pm – 7pm. Ask the server for the Daily Specials and our Birthday Promotions! NO corkage fees on Wednesdays.

Entertainment: Fridays & Saturdays; Live music by Roberto Alvarado. “Roberthy” was a contestant on La Voz México (similar to The Voice in the USA). English and Spanish songs with a nice soft volume for a great dining experience, 7pm – 10pm.

Hours: Open Tuesday – Saturday: 1pm – 11pm; Sunday: 1pm – 8pm. Closed on Monday. Check our Promotions and follow us on Facebook. Click here for the menu, a map, and more information. We cater events. Free delivery. Call us at 622-132-2643.

Mr. Iguana Burger

Mr. Iguana Burger y mas has it all. We serve breakfast (we make the best chilaquiles in town), lunch (try our most popular Olga Burger or 6 other gourmet burger options), and dinner (we’re famous for our Mega Nachos) at our spacious restaurant located right along the main street in San Carlos.

With Daily food specials, Daily Happy Hour from 2pm – 5pm, 2 Pool Tables, Corn hole, 8 big-screen TVs, 2 Projectors, DirectTV, free wifi, and lots of parking, Mr. Iguana Burger is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the best Mexican food in San Carlos.

No need to wait for Semana Santa – get your Burro fix now at Burros Percherones. Choose from beef, chicken, pork, shrimp, or a combination at the stand adjacent to our restaurant, or now you can order a burro directly at Mr. Iguana Burger.

Entertainment: Wednesday, Sector 7G (classic rock band), 5pm – 8pm; Thursday, Candela (Salsa band from Hermosillo), 5pm – 8pm; Friday, Luna Band, 8pm – 12 midnight; Saturday, Grupo Malibu, 8pm – 2 am; Sunday, Karaoke, 7pm – 12 midnight.

Weekly Food Specials:
Monday: Stuffed Chiles with Rice (95 pesos)
Tuesday: Chicken Enchiladas (95 pesos)
Wednesday: Taco Street (18 pesos)
Thursday: Cordon bleu with Rice (95 pesos)
Friday: Pork Ribs (105 pesos)
Saturday: Fish tacos with mango sauce (85 pesos)
Sunday: Chicken and beef fajitas (95 pesos)

Hours: Monday to Thursday from 8am – 11pm, Friday to Sunday from 8am – 2am. Follow us on Facebook. Click here for more information and a map. Call 226-2187 for take-out or reservations.

Explore San Carlos: Tours and Excursions

El Mar Diving Center

We are San Carlos’ Premier Scuba Diving Center, providing Adventure since 1988. We offer certification courses (Open Water; Advanced; Diver Specialties such as navigation, underwater digi-photo, night, deep, and wreck diving) representing SSI and PADI Training. Already certified? Then come to El Mar to rent or fill your tanks or service your equipment. We also offer a snorkeling course.

For a memorable day on the water, join us for one of our diving, snorkeling, kayaking or fishing trips. We also rent kayaks, snorkeling and scuba gear. Click here for more details.

Phone: 622-226-0404 (San Carlos Office); 1-877-365-0251 (Toll Free from U.S. & CAD)
Address: 263 Creston, San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico
Website: elmar.com/mexico.php
Email: elmarmex@prodigy.net.mx
Facebook: El Mar Diving Center San Carlos Mexico

Team Margarita Sport Fishing

San Carlos offers outstanding sport fishing year-round and our Team Margarita charter boats can adapt to whatever fishing style you prefer. We practice “catch and release” on all billfish, but other varieties can be excellent food for the table. Light tackle or fly-fishing enthusiast? We can set you up!

Check out our weekly Fishing Report on whatsupsancarlos.com.

We can also host sunset cruises, eco-cruises (whale watching, dolphins, birds, etc), and snorkeling trips. We specialize in sailing trips, kayak excursions, and windsurfing. Boat, kayak, and equipment rentals available. Click here for more details.

Phone: 044-622-855-5926 or 622-227-0219 (San Carlos Office); 1-520-232-2103 (U.S. & CAD)
Website: www.scaaMexico.com
Email: repsilon@aol.com

Jack Wilde Adventures

Family and friends coming to visit? Do you want them to experience the beauty and wonder of San Carlos, to really understand why you love it here so much? Why don’t we take them kayaking?

Out on the water we can truly enjoy the gorgeous scenery, the interesting wildlife, and the feel of the Sea of Cortez beneath us. Combine it with a swim or snorkel and a little beach time; what better way to show off this incredible location?

Trips are in stable and dry double kayaks and include basic instruction, all required equipment, a light snack and a biologist as your guide. Suitable for all ages and fitness levels.

You can take Kayak Paddling lessons. Thinking of buying a kayak? Want to get the basic skills to make your paddling adventures as safe and fun as they should be? Jack Wilde has been teaching and guiding sea kayaking for eighteen years and is offering a simple safe paddling course. Spend a couple of hours paddling with Jack. He will help you improve your paddling strokes, and teach you some techniques to launch and land safely, minimize fatigue and help you get in and out of tight spots. Jack will provide the kayaks and equipment. You bring your own drinking water and a willingness to learn new skills. Call Jack Wilde at 622-138-1805 for dates and fees.

Click here or call Jack for more information.
Phone number 044-622-138-1805 (cell) 622-226-1293 (home)
Email: JackWildeAdventures@gmail.com

Rancho Nacapule

You can enjoy our Sonoran desert with our amazing trail rides. We offer 1, 2 and 3 hour trail rides and sunset rides for all levels and abilities. Or try our unique and fun picnic or BBQ rides. Ride costs start at only $25 USD.

This week’s Special: The weather is cooler and it’s time to get in the saddle! Enjoy our amazing ride through the desert with beautiful views of San Carlos, the ocean and the mountains. Only 700 pesos per person for a 2 hour ride (min 2, max 8 riders). 10% discount on next ride! Add BBQ for 100 pesos per person.

Call today to book your ride (we require 24 hours notice). Ask for specials, events and package deals. English and Spanish are spoken. For English, call Natalie at 622-101-2208 and for Spanish, Miguel at 622-142-5115.

Phone: 622-101-2208 (English); 622-142-5115 (Spanish);
in US call 623-444-5007
Email: natenglish77@aol.com
Location: near Nacapule Canyon — where road to Nacapule ends, veer right and go to the ranch at the end of the road (click for map and more information)
Hours: Open 7 days week for morning, afternoon, and evening / sunset rides.
Facebook: Rancho Nacapule

Residents and Visitors Attention Office

Would you like to learn Spanish for free? Or take a 4-hour English guided Bus Tour around Sonora? Do you have a concern or question that you need answered about the town? Then come and visit us at the Residents and Visitors Attention Office in San Carlos. Sponsored by the Government of Guaymas to help tourists and foreign residents with any needs they have, you’ll get the support and answers that you need by our helpful bilingual staff.

The office is open on Mondays to Fridays from 9am – 3pm.

Spanish Classes: Fridays from 11:00am to 12:00pm. Everyone is welcome to join the free basic Spanish classes.
Flyboard: Want to try this extreme sport? Come and ask for the special price we have for you.

CONTACT INFO:
Working Hours: Mondays to Fridays from 9am – 3pm.
Email: visitsancarlosguaymas@gmail.com
Phone: 622-222-7428 (San Carlos office)
Address: Plaza Arrecifes, Suite 10 (in the same plaza as Seaside Realty and Remax, behind the Pemex gas station), Blvd Manlio Fabio Beltrones, San Carlos, Sonora Mexico.

LIKE us on FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/visitsancarlosguaymas

For details or to book your Flyboard rental, Spanish classes, Bus Tour, or Fishing Trip, simply come in, call us, or email us. Click here for more information.

What’s Happening this Week in San Carlos & Guaymas

Wednesday, January 18

Entertainment

  • Dueling Guitars (Omar & Cesar). 5:00pm – 8:00pm, HammerHead’s Dockside Bar & Grille.
  • Mark Mulligan. 5:00pm – 8:00pm, La Palapa Griega.
  • Sector 7G (classic rock). 5:00pm – 8:00pm. Mr. Iguana Burger. NEW
  • Ruben Lopez on guitar & piano. 5:30pm – 8:30pm, Bonifacio’s Cotton Club.
  • Movie & a Burger. 5:30pm, San Carlos Yacht Club.
  • SensaNova. 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Captains Club.

Clubs & Organizations

  • Exercise classes such as Zumba, pilates, spinning, Latin dance, Fight fitness, yoga, water aerobics; pickleball, tennis and more. 6:00am – 9:00pm, Athleticlub San Carlos.
  • Pickleball court available to members and non-members; Exercise classes, pool, work-out area and more. Gym is open from 6:00am – 7:00pm. San Carlos Gym.
  • Yoga with Cherie. 8:30am – 9:45am, Cherie’s at 91 Loma Bonita.
  • Mass. 9:00am, Parroquia San Borromeo.
  • SBPA’s Altered Tails Book Shoppe (in Marina San Carlos) is open from 10:00am – 2:00pm.
  • Al-Anon. 10:00am, La Palapa Griega. Everyone welcome.
  • Feeding Your Demons guided meditation for women. 10:30am – 11:45am, The Gathering Place in Marina San Carlos. FREE.
  • Duplicate Bridge. 11:15am, El Mar Restaurant.
  • AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) English speaking meetings. 5:30pm, in the San Carlos Medical Plaza. For more information call Terry at 622-118-5414.

Thursday, January 19

Entertainment

  • The Dudes. 3:00pm – 6:00pm, Soggy Peso.
  • Sam Rainwater. 4:00pm – 6:00pm, San Carlos Country Club Palapa Bar.
  • Candela (Blues band from Hermosillo). 5:00pm – 8:00pm. Mr. Iguana Burger. NEW
  • Assterisko. 5:00pm – 10:00pm, La Salsa Beach Bar.
  • SensaNova. 5:00pm – 8:00pm, La Palapa Griega.
  • Jazzy Night with Omar, Pab and Brad. 5:00pm – 8:00pm, Bonifacio’s Cotton Club.
  • Luna Band. 8:00pm – 12:00am, HammerHead’s Dockside Bar & Grille.
  • Karaoke. 9:00pm – 3:00am, Froggy’s Bar.

Clubs & Organizations

  • Exercise classes such as Zumba, pilates, spinning, Latin dance, Fight fitness, yoga, water aerobics; pickleball, tennis and more. 6:00am – 9:00pm, Athleticlub San Carlos.
  • Pickleball court available to members and non-members; Exercise classes, pool, work-out area and more. Gym is open from 6:00am – 7:00pm. San Carlos Gym.
  • Birding field trip with Mary. Everyone is welcome. 8:00am, Esterito Cafe in the Bahia.
  • San Carlos Community Church Men’s Breakfast fellowship. 8:30am, Tequila’s Restaurant. Everyone welcome.
  • Men’s Golf. 9:00am, San Carlos Country Club. For more information, contact Jim McAdie at jimmcadie@gmail.com or 226-1637.
  • Ceramics. 9:00am – 1:00pm, Club Deportivo.
  • Mass. 9:00am, Parroquia San Borromeo.
  • Men’s Breakfast Club. 9:00am – 10:30am, MarinaTerra Restaurant.
  • Yoga. 9:00am, Club Deportivo.
  • SBPA’s Altered Tails Book Shoppe (in Marina San Carlos) is open from 10:00am – 2:00pm.
  • Rescate Treasures Thrift Store open from 10:00am – 4:00pm.
  • Castaway Kids Thrift Store open from 10:00am – 1:00pm.
  • Ping Pong. 4:00pm, Club Deportivo.

Friday, January 20

Entertainment

  • Eric Holland. 3:30pm – 6:30pm, Soggy Peso.
  • The Twins. 5:00pm – 8:00pm, La Palapa Griega.
  • Soprano Valeria Quijada and Master Pianist Roberto Galvan. 5:30pm to 8:30pm, Sunset Bar & Grill.
  • SensaNova. 6:00pm – 9:00pm. Off The Edge Tours Restaurant Bar. NEW
  • eScala Menor. 6:00pm to 9:00pm, Hacienda Mar de Cortez.
  • Suave Son. 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Captains Club.
  • Manuelito y sus guerreros (dance). 6:30pm – 9:30pm, Tortuga’s Restaurant & Bar.
  • Variety of live music. Evenings, Bonifacio’s Cotton Club.
  • Roberthy Alvarado from La Voz México. 7:00pm – 10:00pm. La Conquista Cocina Mar y Tierra.
  • Angeles y Voces, 7:00pm – 10:00pm, Delfines Bar and Grill.
  • Shuffle Band. 7:00pm – 11:00pm, HammerHead’s Dockside Bar & Grille.
  • Luna Band. 8:00pm – 12:00am. Mr. Iguana Burger. NEW 
  • Grupo Luna & DJ. 10:00pm – 2:00am. La Salsa Beach Bar.
  • Control A. 10:00pm – 3:00am, Froggy’s Bar.

Clubs & Organizations

  • Exercise classes such as Zumba, pilates, spinning, Latin dance, Fight fitness, yoga, water aerobics; pickleball, tennis and more. 6:00am – 9:00pm, Athleticlub San Carlos.
  • Pickleball court available to members and non-members; Exercise classes, pool, work-out area and more. Gym is open from 6:00am – 7:00pm. San Carlos Gym.
  • Community Library at Tecalai. 9:00am – 12:00pm. Works on a “leave one, take one” basis. Or, if you don’t have a book to leave, you can make a small donation.
  • Rescate Auxiliary meeting. 9:00am, Chihuahua’s. NEW
  • Rescate Treasures Thrift Store open from 10:00am – 4:00pm.
  • SBPA’s Altered Tails Book Shoppe (in Marina San Carlos) is open from 10:00am – 2:00pm.
  • Castaway Kids Thrift Store open from 10:00am – 1:00pm.
  • Balance/Tai Chi classes. 10:30am, Club Deportivo.
  • Spanish classes (free, everyone welcome). 11:00am to 12:00pm, Residents and Visitors Attention Office.

Saturday, January 21

Special Events

  • SBPA Bag of Books Sale. 10:00am – 2:00pm, Altered Tails Book Shoppe. NEW
  • La Liga de Arte Club Show. 10:00am – 3:00pm, Tecalai. NEW
  • RE/MAX Open House. 11:00am to 3:00pm in the Creston and Villa Hermosa areas. NEW

Entertainment

  • Zero Band on the Beach. 2:00pm – 5:00pm, La Palapa Griega.
  • The Dudes. 4:00pm – 8:00pm, HammerHead’s Dockside Bar & Grille.
  • Luna Band. 3:30pm – 6:00pm, Soggy Peso Bar.
  • Daniel Moreno. 6:00pm – 10:00pm, El Embarcadero at Marinaterra Hotel.
  • Variety of live music. Evenings, Bonifacio’s Cotton Club.
  • Omar’s Instrumental Piano Night. 6:30pm – 9:30pm, Tortuga’s Restaurant & Bar.
  • Roberthy Alvarado from La Voz México. 7:00pm – 10:00pm. La Conquista Cocina Mar y Tierra.
  • Los Country Boys. 7:00pm – 10:00pm. Delfines Bar and Grill.
  • Manuelito y Sus Guerreros. 7:00pm – 10:00pm, Captains Club.
  • Grupo Malibu. 8:00pm – 2:00am. Mr. Iguana Burger. NEW
  • Salsa Night, Live music & DJ. 9:00pm – 3:00am. La Salsa Beach Bar.
  • Control A. 10:00pm – 3:00am, Froggy’s Bar.

Clubs & Organizations

  • Athleticlub San Carlos is open from 8:00am – 3:00pm. Pickleball court available to members and non-members.
  • Pickleball court available to members and non-members; Exercise classes, pool, work-out area and more. Gym is open from 7:00am – 1:00pm. San Carlos Gym.
  • Clean Up San Carlos. 8:00am, The OXXO nearest Playa Piedras Pintas and The Mirador Lookout. Please bring a rake if you have one.
  • Pickleball lessons. 9:00am, Athleticlub San Carlos.
  • Ceramics. 9:00am – 1:00pm, Club Deportivo.
  • Rescate Farmers Market. 9:00am – 1:00pm, malecon at Marina San Carlos.
  • SBPA’s Altered Tails Book Shoppe (in Marina San Carlos) is open from 10:00am – 2:00pm.
  • Castaway Kids Thrift Store open from 10:00am – 3:00pm
  • Rescate Treasures Thrift Store open from 10:00am – 4:00pm.
  • Balance/Tai Chi classes. 10:30am, Club Deportivo.

Sunday, January 22

Special Event

  • La Liga de Arte Club Show. 10:00am – 2:00pm, Tecalai. NEW

Entertainment

  • Omar’s Morning Piano Music. 9:00am – 12:00pm, Tortuga’s Restaurant & Bar.
  • Charisma Band. 2:00pm – 5:00pm, La Palapa Griega.
  • Assterisko. 2:00pm – 7:00pm, La Salsa Beach Bar.
  • Guajira Son. 2:30pm – 5:30pm, Soggy Peso.
  • Sonora Jazz Trio. 5:30pm – 8:30pm, Sunset Bar & Grill.
  • SensaNova. 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Bonifacio’s Cotton Club.
  • Karaoke. 7:00pm – 12:00am. Mr. Iguana Burger. NEW
  • Karaoke. 9:00pm – midnight, Froggy’s Bar.

Clubs & Organizations

  • Church Service at San Carlos Community Church, 9:00am. Simultaneous Translation of the worship service into Spanish allows for both English and Spanish speaking listeners to understand the service. Great music, practical life application of the Scriptures and a bilingual Children’s Church all make for a meaningful time at SC Community Church.
  • Holy Mass celebration. El Palmar, 9:00am.
  • SBPA’s Altered Tails Book Shoppe (in Marina San Carlos) is open from 10:00am – 2:00pm.
  • Mass (in Spanish). 11:00am, Parroquia San Borromeo.
  • AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) English speaking meetings. 5:30pm, in the San Carlos Medical Plaza. For more information, call Terry at 622-118-5414.

Monday, January 23

Special Events

  • Softball game against local Police Force. 8:15am-ish, the field is in the Ranchitos, behind the Telesecundaria. NEW
  • Beach Clean Up with Colibri Restaurant & Bar. 9:00am. San Francisco Beach. NEW

Entertainment

  • Eric Holland, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Bonifacio’s Cotton Club.
  • Omar’s Silent Comedy Movie Show with live music. 6:00pm, Captains Club.
  • Jazz Night with Gembe Band. 6:30pm – 9:00pm, Tortuga’s Restaurant & Bar.

Clubs & Organizations

  • Exercise classes such as Zumba, pilates, spinning, Latin dance, Fight fitness, yoga, water aerobics; pickleball, tennis and more. 6:00am – 9:00pm, Athleticlub San Carlos.
  • Pickleball court available to members and non-members; Exercise classes, pool, work-out area and more. Gym is open from 6:00am – 7:00pm. San Carlos Gym.
  • Yoga with Cherie. 8:30am – 9:45am, Cherie’s at 91 Loma Bonita.
  • La Liga de Arte. 9:00am, the Tecalai Clubhouse. All levels and all mediums are welcome. For more information, e-mail Terri at ttwible@gmail.com.
  • Free bridge lessons for beginners & intermediates, 8:30am – 10:00am at Tortuga’s Restaurant & Bar in the back room. Very relaxed format, drop in any time. Lots of discussion. During the first hour, the emphasis is on beginning bridge, and the second half hour on intermediate.
  • Yoga. 9:00am, Club Deportivo.
  • SBPA’s Altered Tails Book Shoppe (in Marina San Carlos) is open from 10:00am – 2:00pm.
  • Duplicate Bridge. 10:15am, Tortuga’s Restaurant & Bar.
  • Party Bridge. 12:30pm – 3:00pm, Club Deportivo.
  • Free tour of San Carlos. 3:00pm, Seaside Realty.
  • The Quest for the Cures: the Truth About Cancers. 3:00pm, Marina San Carlos.
  • Grief Share. 3:33pm, San Carlos Community Church. For more information, contact Bob or Marilyn Hicks at 226-1550.

Tuesday, January 24

Special Event

  • Free Beginners Pickleball Class. 9:00am and 10:00am, San Carlos Gym. NEW

Entertainment

  • Omar the Music Man. 3:30pm – 6:00pm, Soggy Peso.
  • SensaNova. 6:00pm – 9:00pm. Off The Edge Tours Restaurant Bar.
  • Mario Sandoval, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Bonifacio’s Cotton Club.
  • Red Hot Blues Band. 6:30pm – 9:30pm, Froggy’s Bar.
  • Alfredo & Jesus. 6:30pm – 9:30pm, Tortuga’s Restaurant & Bar.
  • Elba & The Cochrans. 6:30pm to 8:30pm, Hacienda Mar de Cortez.

Clubs & Organizations

  • Exercise classes such as Zumba, pilates, spinning, Latin dance, Fight fitness, yoga, water aerobics; pickleball, tennis and more. 6:00am – 9:00pm, Athleticlub San Carlos.
  • Pickleball court available to members and non-members; Exercise classes, pool, work-out area and more. Gym is open from 6:00am – 7:00pm. San Carlos Gym.
  • Women’s Golf. The Ladies 18 Holers tee off at 9:00am. Non-members are welcome. For more information, please contact Mary at 226-0156.
  • San Carlos Computer Club. Breakfast 8:30am, meeting 9:15am. Tequila’s Restaurant. 10 peso donation.
  • Rotary Club of San Carlos. 9:00am meeting, San Carlos Country Club. All are invited to attend.
  • Mass. 9:00am, Parroquia San Borromeo.
  • SBPA’s Altered Tails Book Shoppe (in Marina San Carlos) is open from 10:00am – 2:00pm.
  • Balance/Tai Chi classes. 10:30am, Club Deportivo.
  • Cribbage. 1:00pm, Club Deportivo. Everyone is welcome.
  • Bingo. 6:30pm, Club Deportivo. NEW

Wednesday, January 25

Special Events

  • SBPA Luncheon and Fashion Show. 11:00am – 2:00pm, San Carlos Plaza. NEW
  • Eva María Santana (mezzosoprano) performing with Vasilis Tsiatsianis on piano. 7:00pm at Bellas Artes. Part of FAOT. NEW

Entertainment

  • Dueling Guitars (Omar & Cesar). 5:00pm – 8:00pm, HammerHead’s Dockside Bar & Grille.
  • Mark Mulligan. 5:00pm – 8:00pm, La Palapa Griega.
  • Sector 7G (classic rock). 5:00pm – 8:00pm. Mr. Iguana Burger. NEW 
  • Ruben Lopez on guitar & piano. 5:30pm – 8:30pm, Bonifacio’s Cotton Club.
  • Movie & a Burger. 5:30pm, San Carlos Yacht Club.
  • SensaNova. 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Captains Club.

Clubs & Organizations

  • Exercise classes such as Zumba, pilates, spinning, Latin dance, Fight fitness, yoga, water aerobics; pickleball, tennis and more. 6:00am – 9:00pm, Athleticlub San Carlos.
  • Pickleball court available to members and non-members; Exercise classes, pool, work-out area and more. Gym is open from 6:00am – 7:00pm. San Carlos Gym.
  • Yoga with Cherie. 8:30am – 9:45am, Cherie’s at 91 Loma Bonita.
  • Mass. 9:00am, Parroquia San Borromeo.
  • SBPA’s Altered Tails Book Shoppe (in Marina San Carlos) is open from 10:00am – 2:00pm.
  • Al-Anon. 10:00am, La Palapa Griega. Everyone welcome.
  • Feeding Your Demons guided meditation for women. 10:30am – 11:45am, The Gathering Place in Marina San Carlos. FREE.
  • Duplicate Bridge. 11:15am, El Mar’s.
  • AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) English speaking meetings. 5:30pm, in the San Carlos Medical Plaza. For more information, call Terry at 622-118-5414.

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  • January 26. Grupo Yndio will perform at 7:00pm in the Guaymas Auditorium. Part of FAOT.
  • January 27. Isabel Lozano (soprano) will perform with Dimitri Dudin on the piano at 7:00pm at Bellas Artes. Part of FAOT.
  • January 28 – 29. Rescate President’s Cup Golf Tournament.
  • January 30. Club Deportivo Board Meeting. 8:30am.
  • January 31. Hijas de su Madre. 7:00pm and 9:30pm, Auditorium, Guaymas.
  • February 1. SBPA Event Planning Meeting. 10:30am, San Carlos Country Club. New volunteers welcome!
  • February 3. Rescate Auxiliary meeting. 9:00am, Chihuahua’s, upstairs.
  • February 5 (Monday, February 6 is a National Holiday). Día de la Constitución, an official holiday that commemorates Mexico’s Constitution.
  • February 5. Valentine’s Golf Tournament.
  • February 5. Superbowl Sunday showing in restaurants around town.
  • February 6. Club Deportivo Annual Meeting with free lunch for members. 10:00am.
  • February 7. Rotary’s Tour of Homes. 12:00pm, San Carlos Country Club.
  • February 9 and 10. 3rd Annual Dink ‘n Sea Pickleball Tournament.
  • February 10 and 11. San Carlos Music Festival with Chris Montez, his all-star band, and Johnny “Kito” Buonomasa. La Palapa Griega.
  • February 13. Castaway Kids Meeting. 10:00am, La Palapa Griega. Everyone welcome.
  • February 14. Valentine’s Day. Special dinners around town.
  • February 14. Valentine’s Day Prime Rib Dinner & Dance. 4:30pm, Club Deportivo.
  • February 15 – 18. International Cup Golf Tournament.
  • February 17. Rescate Auxiliary meeting. 9:00am, Chihuahua’s, upstairs.
  • February 18. Rescate Grand Bazaar. 9:00am, Seascape Plaza.
  • February 18. SBPA Bag of Books Sale. 10:00am – 2:00pm, Altered Tails Book Shoppe.
  • February 19. Kundalini yoga and clear light healing. 10:00am – 4:00pm, San Carlos Gym. Sign up here.
  • February 19. Walk for Life / Caminata por la Vida.