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MTZ Cantina hosts fund raiser for Julio Carlos Meza Mendez

Enjoy MTZ
A new venue for special events

I recently went on an interview with owner of MTZMartin Martinez, who was born and raised here in Puerto Peñasco.  Martin is also a licensed Real Estate agent as well as owning the place to go to for special events as well La Galleria on the corner of the entry to the Old Port.  MTZ is on the harbor side over looking the shrimp boats and sunset cruise boats.
Wagon planter
Surround your self with a view.

He had opened Bacanora Grill but closed it while back and then recently opened MTZ.  The décor inside is unique, with the walls being decorated with pallets that have been painted, old metal barrels that now have been converted into hanging lights as well as wood from some of the old ships that make up the great back bar.  Upon entering you will find a large stage which features a really nice mural by a young local artist.  Out front, you will find seating as well, which will covered with shade screen soon.  So you can sit outside and have a drink while waiting  for your Sunset Cruise to depart or a night cap when you come back.  Inside it is air conditioned and has comfortable seating as well as a lounge type atmosphere.

Good times.
Relax at MTZ

After talking for some time about the city and the growth and things that come with growth, Martin explained that his venue is great for showcasing local bands as well as others from outside the city. They have hosted several events since it opened.  He has a passion for seeing Puerto Peñasco grow in culture and hopes to be able to help to make it better and introduce visitors to more of the Mexican culture.  We discussed what is happening in the Old Port and what is happening in our town.

MTZ
Comfortable seating to enjoy the music.

The discussion then evolved around hosting a fund raiser for a Rocky Point native who at the age of 37 had a stroke.  His name is Julio Carlos Meza Mendez and he is the son of world renowned shell artist Julio Meza.  Most of you who stay in the RV Parks like Playa Bonita or reside here full time have seen Julio walking the boardwalk by Playa Bonita selling his shell art or have gone to his workshop to see how the art is created and probably own pieces of his work.  Julio has 8 pieces hanging in the Vatican as well as pieces all over the world.  Julio Carlos has his Bachelor Degree in International Affairs and is working on Bachelor Degree in  Law. His company specializes in legal advise in such matters as new and renewal of bank trusts as well as things like getting the Permanent Residency status.  He also offers bill pay service as well as being a general contractor.  His office is located on Blvd Freemont in the center where Chef Mickey’s is.  He will have a way to go to recovery but he  is in the capable hands of therapist Blanca Soto of UBR (Basic Rehab Unit).

Julio Carlos Meza

Special
Wonderful for a gift.

If you never seen the works of Julio Meza, Senior, check out these photos.  They are one of a kind pieces of art that can not be copied or duplicated.

Stunning
One of a kind.

Local artist
Charlie and Pat Buckles of Gilbert, Arizona with their one of a kind work of art.

Needless to say, his medical bill’s are staggering as he has been in the hospital in Mexicali for 2  months and just recently returned to Puerto Peñasco to get additional therapy.  His family is doing a raffle with tickets  selling at $200 pesos (they come in books of 10).  First place will receive $10,000 pesos and second place with receive $5000 pesos.  With  help from First Lady Linda Pivac Munro, the ladies from DIF are selling the tickets or you can buy them from me as well.  Proceeds from both of these events will go to defray the cost of his medical bill’s and assure  proper therapy.  The raffle will be held July 14th.

Art in the making.
Shell Art Construction

After much conversation about the plight of Julio Carlos, Martin and I decided to do the benefit for Julio and the event will be held July 28th from 4 pm to 8 pm at MTZ (across from where the Intripid Sunset Cruise departs) with music provided my “Puerto Luna” a local band that plays Mexican ballad type music.  The cost of the tickets are $250 pesos and include 3 beer or wine tickets, Bacanora Tasting, reduced pricing on drinks and food from local restaurants.  A bonus to the food, wine, Bacanora and music,  your ticket will be placed in drawing for a condo stay at the  Pinacate Condos.  We are doing a silent auction in addition to the relaxing evening. All proceeds go to defray the costs of Julio Carlos’s current medical bills as well as the on going therapy. If you have something you would like to donate, please contact me at (nocomosi@msn.com) and we will make sure it is added to the list.  If you want to purchase your tickets in advance, please let me know at Blog@Puerto-Penasco.com

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Rocky Point Aerial Picture
Overflying Rocky Point in an ultralight is one of the most incredible experience to have when visiting Rocky Point

Welcome to this new adventure we just started, we are happy to have this forum where we can comment all these “tips” you need to know about your stay in Rocky Point.
The team who puts together”The Blog”, is excited to bring you information on many topics of interest in our town. Especially, those having to do with you packing your bags and visiting the heavenly Rocky Point.
Every week I will have an opportunity to comment on various sections of this blog, especially in “Lodging and General Information”. The team of “The Blog” will always be alert to the concerns of our readers as well as the hundreds of people that report daily to the reservation central where we work.
I am eager to share my experiences with you, what I have learned from this wonderful place in my few years living here. Being originally from another part of the Sea of Cortes in the State of Sonora, I’ve found the perfect home in Rocky Point where I could fill my life with joy, meeting friends who now are like my family and having the opportunity to work with amazing people every day to help many visitors materialize their beach vacation.
On this occasion I would like to tell you more about myself, so you can get to know better who is publishing this blog. I have a university education in business tourism, and in my early working years I made my way through the Food and Beverage Industry. My first job in Puerto Peñasco was in the Groups and Convention area in which I had the chance to learn a lot about the hospitality industry, and also about events and wedding coordination.
To date, I have the incredible advantage of being in a job where every day I can have contact with not only one, but most of the touristic Hotels and Resorts in Rocky Point, since our job is linking properties and clients, advising and providing information on visits to Puerto Penasco. It is a job that gives great satisfaction as we partake in the enthusiasm of the people and the expectation of their holiday by the sea.
But all is not bliss when preparing a holiday, you can always present run into unforseen circumstances that although they are sometimes very minimal can dull the enthusiasm of the vacation. That is why this blog hopes to be useful when planning your next visit to Puerto Penasco.
This time I am sharing a some pictures  taken with my camera while overflying Rocky Point on an ultralight, I am afraid of heights but do this again as many times as possible.
Send us your comments or a request for a specific topic you want to develop on lodging in Puerto Penasco … we’re eager to hear from you!
 
Rocky Point Aerial Photo
Rocky Point Aerial Photo, Overflying El Mirador towards Sandy Beach

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