As March 17th, St Patrick’s Day, approaches, Adeje is preparing to join in the celebrations as it has done in recent years. The Irish consul and the Adeje council are organising a number of events to mark this special day for the wider Irish community.
The Adeje department of health promotion has launched a new pet campaign to increase awareness among pet owners of the need to take responsibility for the actions of their pets in public.
Tomorrow, December 9 2017, Christmas in Adeje will be kicking off with Calle Grande transforming into the centre of Christmas celebrations with performances, activities for kids, arts and crafts on sale, music and dance, tapas and refreshments.
The Adeje department of creative development, under councillor Adolfo Alonso Ferrera, is bringing comedy back to the stage this September for the second year running with the ‘Adeje je je’ festival of laughs, continuing to promote theatre as a tool for cultural enrichment.
This year the Adeje Summer University celebrates 25 years since it first opened its doors to students in South Tenerife.
The Adeje mayor, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga, met with the president of the Institute for Responsible Tourism, the ITR, Tomás de Azcárate y Bang, this week and on behalf of the borough signed an official ‘letter of commitment’ to sustainable tourism.
In advance of her first ever concert in Tenerife, in the Adeje Las Torres pavilion, Gloria Gaynor, met the press with Adeje mayor José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga, who thanked her for picking Adeje for her first concert in Tenerife.
The Adeje transport councillor, Andrés Pérez Ramos, has announced the issuing of 15 new taxi licences for the borough.
For the second year running singer/songwriter Paco Damas gave a schools concert in the Adeje Cultural Centre with students from the Adeje IES secondary school, and Armeñime and San Miguel primary schools. The concert, yesterday morning (January 31 2017), was held to mark the celebration of School Day of Non-Violence and Peace.
The volunteer Adeje firefighters have published a 2017 calendar with funds raised going to the Asociación San Juan, which cares for special needs children and young adults.
The first Adeje Children and Adolescent Protection Day will take place on November 30 2016 bringing together experts from relevant fields to look at the evolution of a protocol of actions when and where needed.
The borough is hosting Universal Children’s Day on Saturday November 19 in the Plaza César Manrique from 10am to 6pm and will include a series of events.