Announcements for Events,
Concerts and Shows
First Holistic Medicine World Congress in Thailand
to be held April 23 - 25 at the CMU Convention Hall. Professionals from all
continents will discuss, talk, and hold workshops. Topics of the congress
will vary from ‘anti-aging’ to ‘yoga’, ‘the art of slimming’,
Diabetes (eating out of diabetes), Sport (‘stay healthy, stay fit’),
Detoxification (kick the toxins out to make life happier and healthier) and
Feng Shui, which is said to be the ancient Chinese method to influence our
surroundings in order to have a prosperous better life. For more detailed
information, please contact Dr. Suchada Marwah or Dr. Rajiv Marwah at
Tel-Fax: 02 2582 1677, mobile: 01 319 7566.
Lunch Bunch Ladies Group will have their next
‘get together’ at the Rydges Tapae Chilis Coffee Shop, inside the
hotel on April 28 at noon. Sumptuous Lunch Buffet. Guests and
newcomers in town very welcome. Parking available. Reservations until latest
April 25 with ‘Marion’ at Chiangmai Mail. Tel 0 5322 4102 or
marion @chiang mai-mail.com
“Temple of Mankind” - at Mae Hea Road
intersection, Chiang Mai, until April 30. This exhibition sees an
installation of acrylic on canvas, steel, gold leaf and mixed media by
Roongroj Piamyossak. Inspired by the temple’s gable and Buddha images, the
artist chooses to present his work down to earth in a triangle form by
putting them as close as possible in the middle of a rice field.
New Media art fest, Tuesday – Sunday, daily
9.30 a.m. – 5 p.m. at CMU Art Museum. Pathiharn Electron is a new
media art festival held with the aim to promote awareness about new media
art in Thai society. It takes place in workshops, exhibitions, screenings
all over Chiang Mai at many public places until April 30. More than 50
artists from Southeast Asia are participating.
Life Is Nice- Photo exhibition by Decha
Buranabanpot at the Chiangmai City Arts and Cultural Center is still on
until April 30.
Panisa Gallery has a new art exhibition ‘Mood,
Color and Voyage’ by Tanorm Kongchand and Narat Panmanee, through
Coming up in May: The Amari Rincome Doi
Ankharn Rally number 8. A fun rally for the whole family with one
night at the Angkhang Nature Resort. Price for one car with 2 person 3,650
baht. More information at the guest relations desk of the Amari at tel. 0
Lucky Dogs Club Chiang Mai
needs volunteers (students are welcome!)
More information at 09 997 8146 or email: c_dproject
Open Mike every Tuesday (after Songkran) at
the Irish Pub. From 9 p.m. onwards. Show your musical skills, no
matter if it is just singing or with an instrument.
Amari Rincome’s April
promotion is called “Reflections of the Danube” - Contemporary
Austrian Cuisine and features Chef Adrian’s creations like salmon
torte with horseradish cream cheese mousse, warm rabbit salad with foie gras
and Riesling sauce and much more.
Amazing Sandwich, ‘a shady island in a sea of
rice’ Deli Restaurant and Takeaway, between Thai Airways Office and
Vista Hotel can also deliver to your door orders over 350
baht. Lunchtime orders for delivery have to be faxed in no later than 10.30
a.m. Please phone after faxing to check if your order has been received.
Tel/Fax: 053 218 846.
Chez Gibus Grill House offers BBQ, salads &
french-fries except Sundays from 6 p.m. to 10.p.m. All you can eat
for only 219 baht. 42 Kampeangdin Road. Make your table reservations at tel.
053 272 712.
Kurt’s Restaurant, formerly known as Formula 1,
will show every F1 race and pamper guests with buffets, Swiss and
international food as well as their tasty pizzas. Kurt’s Restaurant is
located at Anusorn market.
The Grillstation’s famous Formula 1 Sundays
continue with specials prepared by Gypsy and his staff. Come early or
reserve your table in advance at 01 883 9361.
Rydges-Amara Beer Garden is now open from 5 p.m. –
midnight, Happy Hour from 5-7 p.m. - buy 1, get 1 free (glass of beer or
jug), snacks and special dishes only 40 baht net per serving, BBQ and
suckling pig every Sunday, freestyle live music with female singer. Parking
available at the hotel. Table reservations at 053 251 531.
The Bear’s Den A/C main bar & restaurant,
Garden Bar & Beer Terrace, has ‘Sports on a Big Screen’
whenever a big sporting event is on, like Formula 1 or rugby. New opening
hours - noon to 2 a.m. daily - lunches served from noon to 3 p.m.
‘Special’ all day big English breakfast has been added, in addition to
the regular three-course Sunday roast lunch. On Saturdays and Sundays –
BBQ your own choice from the ‘specials board’ or the chef will cook it
for you. Every Wednesday is Ladies Night - free drinks for the
ladies between 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. Offer applies to draft beers, house wine,
house spirits, mixers and soft drinks only – Sorry but guys have to pay
The House, restaurant, tapas and wine bar: April
specials include chilled tomato soup and delicious lamb. Call 053 419 011
for table reservations.
Upcoming: Dutch National Day Lunch: Join the
‘Rincome’ on April 30 for a celebration of traditional Dutch food.
Featured specialties will include bitterballen (meatballs), erwtensoep (pea
soup), bruine bonen soep (bean soup), gevulde tomaten (stuffed tomatoes),
gevulde komkommer (stuffed cucumbers) and an array of refreshing salads.
Reservation at the Amari Rincome Hotel. Tel 053 221 130.
Childbirth Preparation Classes
- Especially for first time parents who are interested in the Bradley
method, Juanita Duong, Diane Smith and Lori Rowe work together to teach a
series of two 2-hour classes that will help prepare a couple for the birth
of their baby. After the birth, one of these nurses will also do a follow-up
visit to answer any newborn questions as well as assist with breast-feeding
if needed. Contact Raintree Community Resource Center (053-262-660)
if you are interested in the classes, which are offered free of charge.
The teachings of ‘Eckhart Tolle’, a modern
master and the author of ‘The Power Of Now’. Listen and watch free in
English. A guide to spiritual enlightenment. Contact Ivan on 053 423 602 or
01 473 6414.
Ballroom Dance Class at the 700 Year Anniversary
Complex. Monday – Friday from 6.30 p.m. – 8 p.m. Instruction fee: 600
baht per person.
CMU Art Museum is showing free
classic movies every Sunday from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday, April 18:
I am Sam, USA - 2001, Is love all you need? Sam Dawson, with the
intellect of a 7 year old gets a homeless woman pregnant who abandons him,
including the child which he raises with all his love. But when this child
grows up, his lack of brainpower becomes a problem. Sunday, April 25: Mystic
River – USA - 2003 Director: Clint Eastwood. Three childhood
friends are reunited over a murder case; the question is - who is the friend
and who is the enemy?
Subnotic Events Agency, an
international event and entertainment company are organizing a
fund-raising event with show and performers at the beginning of June
in Chiang Mai. They would like to get in contact with small and medium sized
charity organizations and individuals in Chiang Mai and Northern Thailand
who need urgent funds for their charity project and are interested in
explaining their project at this event. For more information, contact 09 191
8512 Anong, 01 027 1335 Dao or 05 041 3621 Lou. Also: volunteers are needed
for setting up the event.
Taxi Meter- important for the wet season. Call Nok,
tel. 09 261 4290- 20 baht for Pick up, 30 baht for the first 2 km and 4 baht
for each subsequent kilometer. Better than arriving soaked at your meeting.
Raintree Resource Centre - located just east of the
Nawarat Bridge. Free booklet: “Helpful Hints for getting settled in
Chiang Mai”. Open Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 10 a.m. -
noon and Sundays 4 - 4.45p.m. (Closed on Wednesdays). Free library
membership with more than 600 videos and 5,000 English books available.
Info-line 053-262660. Movie-line 053-262661, e-mail: [email protected] cmcchurch.org
The Phamai Clinic (Methadone Clinic), a
governmental organization in Chiang Mai treats people who have problem with
alcohol, smoking and drugs of any kind. Files are confidential! Call 053 226
135 or e-mail for more information: Pha_mai _clinic @hotmail.com
Back on the air! Tune-in to the English language radio
program ‘Helping Hand’, broadcasting live, daily from
7.30-9 pm. The program can be heard on Radio Thailand Chiang Mai FM 93.25
MHZ, and provides useful information for Thai nationals and foreigners.