Saturday December 16 from 11 AM until 5 PM the main street Pedro Clisante will be closed for traffic from Calle Duarte to Cafe Cubana.
The street hosts the Christmas Street Fair and Market again this year where individuals and business owners can sell their wares, like ice cream, jewelry, clothes and all kinds of drinks and food.
For children there are various activities such as a bouncy castle, coloring, mask making, but there is also a tombola and much more.
From 2 PM the 'Dream Contemporary Music Band’ will perform live music.
In the early afternoon Santa Claus will also be there of course.
Christmas Street Fair 2016
Toys and funds will be collected to support the 'Spread the Love' Toy & Fund Drive for underprivileged children living on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic.
Dionicio Vargas Díaz
The local branch of the Dominican Committee for Human Rights, chaired by Manny Brito paid tribute to two important Sosúa residents.
Dionicio Vargas Díaz received this honor because of his sporting career and his commitment to the sport among the youth of Sosúa.
Also businessman José Moya was honored with a certificate of appreciation for his tireless efforts as chairman of the neighborhood committee and organizer of sports activities for youth.
This ceremony took place Saturday December 9 in front of a large audience of several hundred residents in the Sosúa courthouse.
Recently members of the Rotary Club Sosúa organized a benefit dinner to support the Mustard Seed Foundation.
The Mustard Seed Foundation takes care of neglected mentally and physically disabled babies and children.
They do this in a home in Cangrejos and currently have about more than 20 children under their care.
The guests at the charity dinner were received by Alicia Katz with a welcome drink and some snacks.
The coordination of the meeting was in the capable hands of Mrs. Belquiz Oglivie, the president of the Rotary Club.
Present were representatives of companies and government authorities.
During the dinner, the saxophonist José Taveras provided the musical ambiance.
After dinner Kashmir Jones and Tony Almont played hip hop and Latin music for the guests.
Rotary Club Sosúa
The evening ended with a raffle and auction of works of art.
The yield this charity dinner benefits the Mustard Seed Foundation.