The moment we’ve all been waiting for has arrived! The FIP World Cup play-offs are being played in Casa de Campo this week!
Here we are once again to present you our Dominican word of the week, we hope with this edition we may be able to expand your Dominican vocabulary knowledge and entertain you with our peculiar form of speech.
For Mr and Mrs Marrero, it was the breathtaking view of the Chavón river lying below the plaza of Altos de Chavón that captured their imaginations and made them chose a Casa de Campo wedding for their special day.
The Abraham Lincoln Primary School celebrated the end of quarter with a special assembly on Thursday November 6th.
The prestigious contemporary artist, Ángela Occhipinti from Italy, presented her solo exhibition entitled “Twelve constellations” on Tuesday November 25th at 7:30 pm, in the temporary exhibition rooms of the Centro Cultural Mirador in Santo Domingo.
December has already begun, meaning that it’s time to be merry! So here we bring you the first piece of good news for the month – the program of live music at La Caña by Il Circo at the Casa de Campo Hotel continues! We have a lively schedule of live latin music and professional […]
Next Friday December 12th, the foundation “Women Together” and the Regional Altos de Chavón Regional Museum invite you to a gala event, a dinner that will contribute to improving the lives of women who work hard to develop beautiful handiwork, while making a better life for themselves and their families.
Are you ready? Ivonne Zeller (Director of the Elizabeth P. de Zeller’s ballet academy), will present “Don Quijote”, and it’s just around the corner!!
The Hogar del Niño never rests when talking about events and activities… and speaking about events their next one is an English Day!!
While the last 6 months, termed as “hurricane season” in the Dominican Republic, we have only seen a few rainy days, and today Sunday November the 30th marks the official end of this rainy, windy season! Woohoo!
During Dueños 2014, on Saturday the 22nd of November, the adrenaline was pumping at the La Terazza Tennis Club on the most active day of the Casa de Campo calendar.