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22/03/2011Groups and Clubs around Spain
Here's a guide to an extensive list of groups and clubs in other areas of Spain for expats, from sports groups to social and family gatherings.BILBAO
Bilbao Mother and Baby Group
This support group for English-speaking mothers meets on Wednesdays for a half hour at from 10:30 to 11:00 in the morning. During the winter they meet at the homes of members and during summer months at Getxo’s hotel patios which has a play area for the children.
COSTA DEL SOL
American Club of the Costa del Sol
A support group for Americans and internationals living abroad, the club has five chapters covering the Costas from Almunecar to Sotogrande. Members gather together to celebrate American holidays such as Thanksgiving and Independence Day. Excursions and monthly luncheons are organised regularly.
Sticky Fingers Playgroup
The Sticky Fingers Playgroup brings children and parents who want to interact with other expats living in Spain; although there are some Spanish parents who send their children to interact with English speakers at an early age. There are special activities to encourage growth and play, and finally every session ends with song time. Available for babies, toddlers, and pre-schoolers.
They meet every Tuesday and Thursday. EUR 7 euro/family (twins, siblings etc just pay once) EUR 4 for babies up to 12 months.
10.30-12.30am at Parroquia San Vicente Ferrer C/ Ibiza 43 bis
(opposite the junction with C/ Antonio Arias post office)
American Women’s Club of Seville
The American Women’s Club of Seville is a non-profit organisation for any English-speaking women. The object of the Club is to provide recreational and cultural activities for American and other English-speaking women.
American Club of Valencia
Email: Heather Littrell at firstname.lastname@example.org
The American club of Valencia is an organisation for Americans living in and around Valencia. You can meet and stay in contact with other Americans living in Valencia who can help you get to know and love the area. You will be able to join in traditional American celebrations such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas parties and Easter.
International Womens Club
Tel: 0034 656 890 131
The club started off informally in 2002 with a group of women gathering together to have a good time. Now an official group since 2005, the club meets once a month to share tips and information about living in Valencia. Other special events include family days and ladies’ night out. Interest groups are being offered and changed on a yearly basis depending on the members. The current groups include bridge, book club, runner’s group, tennis, cooking and Spanish conversation.
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