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About Meet and Greet in Granada Nicaragua

Monthly Who’s Who “Granada Meet and Great” Networking Social, 1st Friday of each month/
Evento Mensual “Quien es Quien en Granada” Conoce y Saluda, primer viernes de cada mes.
Mission
Meet someone new and learn something new
Conocer alguien nuevo y Conocer algo nuevo
Description
English Version
Business and community leaders, community members, residents and visitors to Granada are welcome to attend each month.New members have the opportunity to introduce themselves to the group.

All members are invited to give a community announcement if they have a new business, are offering a promotion, or news to share to the group can do so.
Food services who would like feature their product to taste or those who would like to sell their products are welcome to do so with prior approval.

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General Information
Version en EspanolLos líderes empresariales y comunitarios, miembros de la comunidad, los residentes y visitantes de Granada están invitados a asistir cada mes.Los miembros nuevos tienen la oportunidad presentarse ante al grupo.

Todos miembros son alentados a contribuir con el evento dando un aviso de la comunidad como por ejemplo la apertura de un negocio nuevo, una oferta o promoción o alguna noticia para compartir con el grupo.Negocios de comida que le gustaría oferta a su producto para degustar o aquellos que le gustaría vender su producto pueden con autorización previa.Encuéntrenos en la red en Facebook:www.facebook.com/Granadameetandgreet.

Granada on its month of August

Fiestas patronales de Granada, Nicaragua en honor a la virgen de la Asunción
Fiestas patronales de Granada, Nicaragua en honor a la virgen de la Asunción

The religious festivities of Granada are held in honor of the ‘Virgen de la Asunción‘, from August 14th to 20th. Religious processions, equestrian parades, games, crownings, traditional food and drinks, parties, among other activities are organized during these dates. The most important day is August 15th, which is when the patron saint tours the streets of the city and then returns to her original spot: the Xalteva neighborhood.