Buenas - January/February 2020

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JAN. 5


Location: Adelup and Harley-Davidson store Time: 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Fee: Free, but waiver forms must be signed to participate in the ride

Harley-Davidson of Guam is starting 2020 on a good note with its Ride into the New Year event. The scenic ride around the island starts at Adelup and continues through the southern area. Bikers will stop at places such as Fort Nuestra Señora de la Soledåd before arriving at the Cars Plus and HarleyDavidson building for a variety of contests, live music, food and refreshments. Contact: For more information, call Harley-Davidson of Guam at 472-4003.

JAN. 18


Location: Joseph Flores Beach Park Time: 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Fee: General admission tickets $25; VIP tickets $40

The comedy series Laugh Wid Us – A Night in the Park features Tofiga Fepulea’i, an actor and comedian of the stand-up comedy duo, The Laughing Samoans. There will also be live music performances from reggae artist Lomez Brown, as well as local bands Mixed Plate, 4 For 4 and Strangers With Candy. Contact: For more information, email events@altrxego.com or WhatsApp 777-7890.

JAN. 25

24TH ANNUAL KICK THE FAT 5K/10K RUN/WALK Location: Paseo de Susana, Adelup and Asan Time: 6 a.m. Fee: Open registration – Oct. 21 to Jan. 20 (5K: $15; 10K: $20).

Packet pick-up – Jan. 22 (5K: $20; 10K: $25). Event day – Jan. 25 (5K: $25; 10K: $30). The Pay-Less Markets Inc.’s Community Foundation is hosting its 24th annual KTF 5K/10K Run/Walk, which will give 100% of proceeds to local non-profit organizations. A community fair will also be held to promote healthy living and active lifestyles. Participants receive KTF t-shirts, reusable bags and more. Contact: For more information, go to paylessfoundation.com/kick-the-fat-5k-2020.


VISUALIZING HISTORY: THE ART OF JUDY FLORES Location: Senator Antonio M. Palomo Guam Museum Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday to Sunday

The Judy Flores art collection debuted on Oct. 18 and is available for viewing until Feb. 28. The collection is one of the largest containing Flores’ work, which show her cultural advocacy. Personal stories and pictures are also included in the collection. Flores is one of Guam’s renowned visual artists. Fee: Local residents with valid identification (Guam ID, driver’s license or school ID) Adults: $15.00 Senior Citizens (55-years-old and older): $10.00 Students (5-years-old to 17-years-old): $2.00 Kids (younger than 4-years-old): Free Members: Free Contact: For more information, call the Guam Museum at 989-4455 or email info@guammuseum.org.

12 Buenas January/February 2020

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