Carly Champaco-Munoz Pacific Daily News
Published 4:11 AM EDT May 16, 2019
GATE dance concert on Saturday
The Gifted and Talented Education Dance Program under the direction of C’zer Medina will be holding their first dance concert at 6 p.m. May 18 at the Micronesia Mall, center court.
The following schools will be performing: Maria Ulloa, Liguan, Tamuning, Agana Heights, and Harry S. Truman Elementary Schools, Jose Rios and Oceanview Middle Schools, with Simon Sanchez High School.
Poll: Public restrooms
Grade the government of Guam’s performance in keeping public restrooms clean. Poll closes at 3 p.m. May 17, 2019.
Enroll in a Summer dance program
DanzJazz Dance Studio and Entertainment Company’s three month program filled with dance experience for students ages four years old and up will begin May 18.
Dance classes offered include jazz, hip hop, ballet, pointe, contemporary, lyrical, tap, character, latin, ballroom, tumbling, and more. DanzJazz will be celebrating their 20th Anniversary Dance Concert on August 17.
For more information, visit danzjazz on Facebook or email [email protected] to receive registration forms and class schedule brochures on line. Message 488-2937 or call 632-DANZ.
Hike with Guam Boonie Stompers
On Saturday, May 18 hike from the black sand beach and Matala along the remote, beautiful, and rocky Asiga coastline, passing Nomna to reach Inarajan. There’ll be a few stops along the way to cool off in the water. Bring: Four quarts water, hiking shoes that can get wet, swim suit, gloves, sun screen, sunglasses, lunch, and camera.
Special conditions: Long stretches of walking in water, rough sharp rocks, no shade, and possible hazardous surf. Hike is rated: Difficult, six hours for seven miles.
Meet up is at 9 a.m. in the center court of Chamorro Village in Hagatna. The cost is $5 for hikers over 17. For more information visit: Guam Boonie Stompers Inc. on Facebook or call 787-4238.
Learn about maritime archaeologyScience Sunday
Friends of Reefs Guam and the National Park Service invite the public to attend Science Sunday at 2 p.m. May 19 at the T. Stell Newman Visitor Center in Sumay.
This month’s guest speaker is Dr. Bill Jeffery, a professor of archaeology at the University of Guam. Learn more about what maritime archaeology is and how it contributes to Guam’s cultural and historical heritage through a presentation and short film.
This event is free and open to the public. Seats are available on a first come, first served basis. No pre-registration is required.
The results of 43 samples taken by the Guam Environmental Protection Agency on May 8 identified that the following recreational waters were polluted above the accepted bacteriological standards.
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