This Sunday, April 26th should be dedicated to the P.E.A.C.E race. P.E.A.C.E (Protection, Education, Animals, Culture, and Environment) is a non profit organization in Banderas Bay that endeavors to offer free community service programs and English classes for children and adults. This event is less of a competition and more of a fun ride through the streets of Puerto Vallarta. There are three different levels for participants; beginners, intermediate and advanced. Participants will have to bring mountain bikes with sturdy tires as they will have to drive through a lot of dirt and gravel. The race will begin from La Desembocada and end there as well. The town lies 15 kilometers away from Puerto Vallarta on Las Palmas highway. You can walk in and register for the race at 8:00 am. You will have to give a picture to enter the race. Other than that you can purchase a raffle ticker for a bike gear for $50 pesos only. And Pedal for PEACE T-shirt costs only $200 pesos. You will be handed a map that will indicate the route very clearly for you. Other than that, the paths too will be marked, so you need not worry about losing your path.
This entire week was celebrated with multicolored lights. Showmen and manufacturers of fireworks displayed their best pieces. Starting from the 20th of April, a number of tourists and residents poured in at the Agustin Flores Contreras Sports Stadium. The Aquiles Serdan Amphitheatre later showed a 45 minutes show and the three Pyro ? musical Towers that represented the traditional fireworks of Puerto Vallarta. On 21st Tuesday, a daylight display was held at the Sports Stadium where 40 members showcased their best pieces and a number of guests attended the show. Friday 24th April will wrap up the final display of fireworks in Puerto Vallarta. The evening showcase is scheduled for 8 pm. Later the closing event will be held in Westin Regina. The fireworks will be launched from a boat that will float on the Banderas Bay. This will be a private show and only the famous manufacturers will get a chance to be there. However, you can enjoy a free show from any beach on Banderas Bay.
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