Rocky Point's branch of Rotary Club International has a reputation nationally for being a small group that gets an out-sized amount of good things accomplished for the community. From helping with beach clean up, getting prescription glasses and dental services out to those in need, as well as setting up water treatment for a local school, recent Rotary initiatives
Just in from Hermosillo, Sonora Mexico. Sonoran State Governor Claudia Pavlovich announced in a meeting with tourist and cruise line officials that Puerto Peñasco will see it’s first cruise ship depart on December 7th, 2019.Vice President of the British based Cruise Maritime Voyages, John Dennis, confirmed that “From the beginning when we started discussions,
Dear Casago owners.It’s the time of year to open our hearts and share. What better way to make things a little brighter right here in Rocky Point than to donate a new or used toy. This Christmas Casago will have a Toy Run, bringing presents to kids around town who might otherwise go without. Want to be part of it? Just drop of a toy, new or used, to any of our Sea
One of the big reforms undertaken during the administration of Mexican President Enrique Pena Neto involved allowing gas stations other than government monopoly Pemex to operate freely.A British Petroleum, or BP station has opened on Boulevard Benito Juarez in what was formerly a Pemex location. This is the first non-Pemex station in town ever.There were many
Friday, January 12th is the next official gig of Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers here in Rocky Point.The January Jam is known as more intimate affair than the Summer time Circus Mexicus. JJ’s Cantina is where most of the action has traditionally taken place. The whole thing started 10 years ago when the group put together their album Turbo Ocho with sessions right
Tuesday, August 1st will see visiting dancers performing the best of traditional Mexican dance. The Ballet Folklórico de Osome del Estate de Mexico will perform dances from all over the country, beginning at 8pm.The event is free to the public. and is sponsored by the Colegio Americano
The ride commemorates an April journey made by some Mexicali cowboys looking for support to build a coastal highway. During that trip the group faced setbacks along the road crossing the desert. At the half way point, they asked for help, and a rescue crew came from Peñasco to assist the Baja Californians.The original 10 riders decided to make it a yearly event.