More Community News
Delay in Santo Domingo Roadwork Frustrates Neighbors
Although the steep and rocky road from Matapalo of Samara up to Santo Domingo was finally leveled and compacted in late April, more is needed, and neighbors are wondering when promised funds will actually get spent on the road by the municipal government.
Nosara Security Association to Make Changes
The Nosara Security Association (NSA) met on Thursday May 24 to elect a new board and make plans for the future. However, low attendance meant the NSA had to put plans for a new board on hold while they scramble to find proxy voters.
Nosara’s First Mini-Golf Competition Created by a Ten Year Old Boy
Sunday May 14, over 50 Nosareños witnessed the town’s first ever mini-golf tournament, thanks to the effort of one very talented ten-year old. And like many ten-year olds, he doesn’t mince words.
Serapio López School Shines Like New
On Saturday, May 5th, students, teachers, parents, members of the community and volunteers from the United States gave a new look to Serapio Lopez Fajardo School in Nosara.
Bidding Underway for Work On Nosara River
On Wednesday, April 18th, representatives of 16 companies inspected sites along the Nosara River deemed most critical in their preparation of bids for flood prevention work proposed for these areas. The inspections raised hopes that this time some work might actually get done to lessen the problems caused by the river with the annual rains.
CREAR Begins Reading Time in Samara's Library
CREAR has created a new program to draw more people to Samara's public library: Reading Time. Reading Time for children ages 2 to 8 is being offered Monday through Thursday at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.