Beginning this month, Frontier Airlines will offer a new route from Denver, Colorado, to Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia. The flight will leave Denver at 8:25 a.m. Sunday mornings, arriving in Liberia at 2:35 p.m. The return flight will leave Liberia at 3:25 p.m., arriving in Denver at 8:10 p.m. The new flight will be offered only on Sundays. Frontier has offered direct flights between Denver and Juan Santamaría International Airport outside San José since 2007.
More than 100 businesses and people donated goods and services to the silent auction at La Paz Community School’s recent fundraising fiesta, A Taste of La Paz. Some 300 community members joined together to raise over $16,000 for the La Paz Scholarship Program, which offers the opportunity of a La Paz education to children from low-income families in Guanacaste. Special recognition goes to the Flamingo Marina Resort for hosting the event for the fourth year in a row, as well as to the four local restaurants that donated food for the event: Angelina’s in Flamingo, Nogui’s and Seasons by Shlomy in Tamarindo, and Ripjack in Playa Grande. La Paz plans to award over $75,000 in scholarships during the 2010-2011 school year.
For up to ₡62,400 ($125), you can enjoy live the swaying hips of Shakira at Costa Rica’s new National Stadium on April 10. Tickets were set to go on sale Feb. 7 at www.laboleteria.co.cr. Shakira’s performance is the finale in a series of activities to inaugurate the newly completed stadium built for Costa Rica by the Chinese government. For all you Shakira fans, it should be a great show.
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