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  New Exhibition At Caves
Cave eight, ‘The Lotus Temple of Peace’ at the Cuevas del Rodeo, Rojales, is now featuring the latest works of Graham Cheater.
   
  Murla Goes Back In Time
With the fourth craft fair of Murla, to be held on the weekend of 22 and 23 September, this lovely little village will go even further back in time than last year when the ‘time machine’ stopped in the roaring twenties. This time Dr. What will travel back to the Middle Ages. For two days running the Plaza del Ayuntamiento (Town Hall square) will be gaily decorated with flags and bunting and will be filled with craft stalls, stalls with traditional food, jugglers, minstrels and other medieval characters. The market will once again be organised by Amata, the regional craft association that organises so many Craft Fairs and Medieval Markets in the province of Alicante. Amata selects participants particularly on presentation and quality - everything has to be made by the people behind the stalls and cheap imports from other countries are not permitted.  Visitors will be looking at items lovingly made by the people behind the stall. These stalls will display a goodly variety of hand made goods such as ceramics, silver and enamel jewellery, carved and turned wood, soaps and perfumes, paintings, on-the-spot portraits, dolls and wooden toys and many others. To sustain the visitor there is a medieval tavern and an Arab tea tent. There are also stalls with sausages, bread and preserved fruit prepared using traditional recipes. Troubadours, pages, jesters, a juggler, beggars and other medieval riff-raff wander through the motley crowd and each evening the faquir lies on his bed of nails and plays with fire. Again you can watch (and taste!) traditional food being prepared under the supervision of a master chef and for visitors not quite able to follow the Spanish explanation, there are translators. Murla is a picturesque inland village in the hills that form part of the Marina Alta, the most northern part of the province of Alicante. The village is so small that not all maps show it, but it really does exist. It lies about 15km inland from Benissa, 8km from Jalón and 6 from Orba. To get there, follow the road between Orba and Parcent; there is a clear road sign showing where to turn off, opposite the bus depot called El Zurdo (Spanish for a left-handed person.) Opening times of the market: Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 September from 11am till 7.30 pm. For further information (in English) ring 639 979 678 or visit www.amata.es. The Market is also an excellent place to try out your new digital camera; if you make any good shots, Amata will appreciate it if you send them to [email protected]
   
  Celebrating the Strings
This Monday, Dénia started their 3rd annual Guitar Festival, which aims to demonstrate the rich interpretations and layers possible with the instrument.
   
  Come Dancing, to the Vic Reynolds Big Band.
Refreshed and raring to go after the summer break, the Vic Reynolds Big Band will be appearing at the restaurant La Ruidera in Ciudad Quesada on Friday September 28th, from 8:30pm to 11:30.
   
  Portrait and Life Workshop Day In Rojales
On Wednesday 19th September you can spend a day sketching a model on the Costa Blanca. These workshops are for anybody - so whether you have never picked up a pencil or if you are an experienced professional artist - this is for you!
   
 
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