While there’s not just one day of the 365 days of the year where we should express our thankfulness, we are blessed to have a day designated to celebrating family and friends, gathered around a dinner table sharing precious time together. Casa de Campo Living reached out to a few members of our community to find out what they […]
There was much to talk about at this past edition of Café de la Leche. Held at Punta Minitas 35A, Café de la Leche’s community members quickly fell into conversations with Ms. Joyce Berman, who had recently returned from Manhattan. The magnetic host was a bundle of energy that whisked away thoughts of the rainy afternoon.
It’s almost time for us to pick up our kits for the Casa de Campo Corre for the Hogar del Niño! With races that sounds off in the early hours of November 27th, there’s no better mode than to be prepared. Proper gear, a great night’s sleep, and carbohydrates the night before certify that we’re ready to […]
Just a few weeks ago we visited the Lyle O. Reitzel gallery in Santo Domingo for the art exhibition opening of Edouard Duval-Carrié’s “Hispaniola Saga” to benefit the Patronato Benéfico Oriental (PBO). After being blown away by the artist’s ability to portray through his art political and social issues that are part of the relationship […]
There is an old saying that goes, “All good things must come to an end,” and this was the case for this historic adventure, but not so for the new journeys this group will surely take together in the future. Their passion for adventure, activity, and discovery has united them and we are positive this won’t […]
Locos sin Fronteras, this is the name of this amazing group that embarked on a wonderful journey. Some might call them crazy for doing it, but for me I believe it is remarkable and hope to one day also do something like this. What’s a better way to discover different areas of your country than […]
What happens when put together a group of biking enthusiasts from Casa de Campo and the ambitious idea of biking down the Dominican-Haitian border? History is made! While Casa’s beautiful surroundings, views, and open spaces make for spectacular rides, the Dominican Republic’s landscape in general is one you have to see to believe. In a […]
On Saturday February 20th, a wonderful celebration was held at the Casa de Campo villa of Xiomara and Ramon “Papo” Menéndez, and with a grand sum of US$1,333,000 raised throughout the year for the Hogar del Niño there was certainly an incredible reason to celebrate!
With “free hugs” for RD$100, their own hashtag (#soypbo) and even a little fancy dress… the 17th annual Hogar del Niño weekend proved to be just as fun, fresh and innovative as we have come to expect from the charity who educates more than 1500 children at their school and daycare centre in La Romana.