What’s Happing at The University of Guadalajara Costal University Campus?

Enrolment opens for 2017 SUAM classes
The University of Guadalajara, Costal Campus (SUAM PROGRAM)
was created in 2012 and its the main objective is to integrate and educate senior citizens in the region. It was designed to offer academic, intellectual, recreational and artistic courses and the opportunity for social interaction for people over the age of 60.
SUAM aims to meet the particular needs of the individual users and offers courses and workshops in a variety of different and interesting areas, such as Art and Culture, Computing and Languages, Humanities, Health and Psychology.
SUAM courses and workshops: Generally courses are about 20 hours duration and are spread over two and a half months. Students can spend 2 – 4 hours each week depending on their objectives and the content of the course.
Schedule: 9am to 2 pm Monday to Friday, and 9 am to 1 pm Saturday.
SUAM offers the following classes and activities.
Health, Tai Chi, Yoga, Nutrition, Humanities, Family Law.
Wonders of the world: art, history, literature, and nature. Regional architecture and the Western Mexico mountains.
Natural richness of the Bay of Banderas
Poetry and reading workshops
Computing – basic and intermediate levels
Languages- Basic and Intermediate level of English and Spanish Dance, Drawing and Painting, Creativity with recycled material.
Cooking, and Popular culture.
For more information contact the SUAM PROGRAM AT (322 226 2200 EXT. 66290 OR 66304 or
Email suam@cuc.udg.mx
Suam Students Art On Display
Paintings and other mediums of art created by this semesters Suam students will be on display at the Puerto Vallarta Galerias Mall from December 1st to the 18th.
This is the first time that you will be able to view the art in public. The UdG is very proud to present this art for everyone to see, and are very thankful to the mall for allowing the students to show off their work.
Some of the works will be for sale.
This week’s movies.
Netherlands (Holland)
Director: Dick Maas
Cast: Caro Lenssen and Cynthia Abma
According to an old tradition child, San Nicolas is presented each December 6, by way of Santa Claus, giving sweets and to all those kids who have behaved well and have left him a shoe in the fireplace the night before.
However, this year a ghostly St. Nicholas will present to cause chaos and death in its wake.

André Rieu: Concert Brazil 2014
Duration: 90 min
Rieu, 66, is the son of a conductor. He grew up in the Netherlands and began playing violin at the age of five. At first, he played in his father’s orchestra, but didn’t particularly like the serious atmosphere in the concert halls. “They all looked so serious”, he recalls. “The music was joyous and yet you weren’t allowed to cough nor laugh.”
He found his inspiration in the evening moments that the audience clearly enjoyed, as the concert ended with waltzes that delighted the crowd. In 1987, he decided to devote his career to the Viennese music of the 19th century, Johann Strauss in particular.
Just like Strauss himself, who preferred to perform in public parks rather than the salons of high society, Rieu stands in the centre of the stage at his concerts, amidst extravagant sets and a huge ensemble of musicians and chorus.
Also like Strauss, Rieu conducts his orchestra with his violin bow and breaks the dusty rules of classical music by making jokes, telling stories, and occasionally even adding a dash of slapstick comedy. All the while, the audience clap enthusiastically in the aisles, sing, hum and dance.

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Since retiring to Puerto Vallarta last year Michael Nolen has been keen to give back to the community. 'You can only play so much golf before you start to question your retirement,' Michael philosophized.

Started by Michael in August 2015, The Good Morning Wake Up Show is broadcast as part of the University of Guadalajara's 104.3 FM radio station at the Puerto Vallarta campus.