News by ‘BajaCitizen’

Update on Carnaval La Paz and Whale Watching

La Paz seems to be getting back to normal after a commercially busy and festive December. However, the big question still remains – will it be or won’t it be? Will the malecon be ready for La Paz’s biggest street festival, Carnaval La Paz 2018?...

Fang Ming – An Intentional Artificial Reef

The first vessel in Latin America to be sunk intentionally as an artificial reef. On April 18th, 1995, the Mexican Navy impounded a Chinese ship found in its territorial waters, carrying 157 illegal immigrants who had crossed the Pacific Ocean in search of a better life. The...

Artist Studio Tour In Los Barriles – February 7, 2018 – 10am – 4pm

  By: Christine Courtright It is often said you can tell a lot about a person from their work space. What if that person is an artist? Do you see their inspiration in their studio? Can you get a feel for who the artist is...

Adopt Your Furry Sweetheart With Baja Dogs La Paz Inc.

Baja Dogs La Paz, Inc. cordially invites you to Adopt Your Furry Sweetheart Come pick out your new furry friend! Featuring a Dog Training demonstration along with toys, collars, leashes and treats to purchase. Sunday, February 11th 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Casa Parra For...

Living in La Paz Workshop Series

Living in La Paz workshop series starts in January. Call Andi Maynes at 612 348 1498 for more details.

Fashion Show Fundraiser in La Paz

A Club Cruceros Fashion Fundraiser will be held in La Paz on Saturday, February 3rd at La Costa Restaurant. Tickets are 400 pesos and are on sale now for this charity benefit. Contact Teri at soilefun@yahoo.com

The Pelican Theatre Production of “Heaven and Earth” Starts Tonight!

5 nights, 5 shows! January 16th to the 20th, 2018: Save one of those evenings for the Pelican Theatre’s 2018 English-language production of “Heaven and Earth”, three short comedies. On the program: Do-Overs, by Larry Hamm, starring Celia Devault, Wes MacIntosh and Alex Ristity; Ferris Wheel,...

La Paz Farmers Market

The La Paz Farmers Market has an assortment of vendors that sell organic produce, baked goods, other home-made foods and some crafts on Madero Street between 5 de Mayo and Constitución. The market is Tuesday and Saturday from about 9am to noon, all year round!

Five Great Ways to Meet People in La Paz

By Heather Borquez Are you new to La Paz? Want to meet some of the cool and interesting characters who live here? Below are five great ways to meet people in La Paz. Hang out on the malecón! Sit on one of the benches on...

How to Rescue a Baja Dog

Hundreds of abandoned dogs are finding new homes thanks to dedicated volunteers. Here’s how you can help. By Rebecca MacDonald Spend any time at all in Baja and you see them: trotting alongside the highway, roaming the streets of Baja’s cities and towns, even waiting...