Expat show brings together fashion, food, health, art, music and more.

Reflections, the acapella quartet, will perform. / SUR Businesses and organisations get together for the two-day event next weekend in Fuengirola SUR IN ENGLISH | MALAGA 18 November 2019 17:15 A wide range of businesses, clubs and associations will gather under one roof next weekend for the ExPatExpo in the Hotel IPV Palace and Spa, Fuengirola. Formerly the 50Plus Expo, organisers say that this year's event has been designed to attract a wider audience with a combination of regular and new attractions. These range from advice to lessons in golf, dance and art as well as musical entertainment. As in previous years Eric Knowles from The Antiques Roadshow will be giving free valuations. He will be joined by coins, medal and stamp expert Mike Kelly, who discovered coins worth 50,000 euros at last year's event. Fashion fans will be able to enjoy shows by Sara Haley's Mapuchi Moda range, while newcomer Adrian Davies will entertain foodies with two cooking demonstrations each day, as well as mixing cocktails to suit the dishes. Visitors keen to learn something new will be able to pick up tips from golf pros, take a dance class with Colin Gausden and his jive team or attend a workshop hosted by well-known Irish artist Roger Cummiskey. The Andalusian International Artists art group will be showing their new works; and the musical entertainment will be provided twice a day by the acapella singing group Reflections, who will be featuring classics such as California Dreaming, Country Roads and Sentimental Journey. Health will be taken care of at the show by the La Cala Lions Diabetic Support Group and Sontec, who will be giving free glucose and hearing tests respectively. Free legal, financial and consumer advice will also be available. Finally space has been set aside for fitness and relaxation with a programme of free pilates and yoga sessions with Anandala Laie Studios.

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