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Events & Fiestas in Pollensa and Majorca Do you know of any forthcoming events or fiestas? Have you visited any? Let us know.

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I think this is the last of the summer fiestas, with many thanks to Andrew at The HOT guide AlcudiaPollensa: SANTA MARGALIDA - LA BEATA 2014.

Wednesday, 27 August:
10.30: Painting of jars (open to all children of the town accompanied by one adult). C. Constitució.
22.00: Folk dance with the school of ball de bot and Aires Vileros. Plaça de la Vila.

Thursday, 28 August:
20.30: Fashion parade. Plaça de la Vila.

Friday, 29 August:
22.00: Pregón oration for the fiestas by Margalida Aguiló Roca, followed by La Beata declaring the fiestas open and then performance by the group Tiu. In front of the town hall.

Saturday, 30 August:
07.00: Dog show contest. Gathering at Bar Can Pep.
15.00: The Haymaking Festival. Gathering in the Plaça de la Vila and moving on to s'Hort d'en Degollat, accompanied by the pipers and whistlers of the town. "Sopas", price two euros - bring your own cutlery and plates. Followed in the Plaça de la Vila by folk dance and then music from local DJs and finally farmers' party at the Es Colomer pub.
21.00: Supper for the local association for the elderly followed by live music. Plaça de la Vila.

Sunday, 31 August:
21.00: Performance by the Santa Margalida choir plus students from the Santa Margalida school of music. Followed by winetasting courtesy of the bodega Galmés i Ribot. At the auditorium.

Monday, 1 September:
17.00: Aqua games for children with castles, pools and foam. Plaça de la Vila.
21.30: Trivial Pursuit. Plaça de la Vila.

Tuesday, 2 September:
20.00: Tribute to photographer Miquel Estelrich; photos of the La Beaa fiesta. Casal de Cultura.
20.30: Projection of 3D models of historic sites and buildings in Santa Margalida. Casal de Cultura.
21.00: Evening of music, poetry and wine (tasting by Bodegues Es Pujol de Maria). Performance by The Soul Diggers (soul, blues, rock). Prices: 10 euros for wine and supper, 6 euros wine only. On the auditorium terrace.
21.30: Treasure hunt. Plaça de l'Església.

Wednesday, 3 September:
19.00: Parade and competition for the best t-shirts for La Beata. Auditorium.
21.30: Spinning indoor walking class. Plaça de la Vila.

Thursday, 4 September:
10.30: Snack and storytelling. Joan Mascaró i Fornes library.
18.00: Children's chess tournament. Bar Arachu.
20.00: Paddle tournament. Football stadium.
20.30: Opening of an exhibition by painter Paquita Isern. Rectoria large room.
21.30: Playback competition (Plaça de la Vila), followed by the Thursday party at Es Colomer pub with DJs Angels des Colomer and Tous.

Friday, 5 September:
18.00: Mobylette Party. Carretera Artà.
18.30: Exhibition of pendant jewellery. Town hall.
19.00: Children's entertainment with Cucorba. Plaça de la Vila.
20:00: Ringing of bells announcing the fiestas. Balconies and windows of the town are dressed, the town's "standard" and the La Beata flag are displayed.
22.00: Demons' fire-run from the church to Avda. Pouàs.
23.30: Pop-rock party with The Oceans, Leitmotiv, Els Amics de les Arts. Plaça de la Vila.
23.55: Party at Es Colomer. DJs inside and outside.

Saturday, 6 September:
09.00: Cycle race. From s'Abeurador.
18.00: Football tournament at the football stadium.
19.30: The offering of flowers with pipers and whistlers and the Santa Margalida and Vall d'Ebo bands of music band and recorders.
20.30: Mass at the parish church followed by procession with the image of Santa Catalina Tomàs with accompaniment of the pipers and whistlers.
21.30: Supper with representatives of twin towns. C. Hostal.
22.30: Party with the "orchestras" Duo Cabana and Qrquestra Calypso, the groups Val 9 and 4L and the DJs Puça and Butxe. Plaça de la Vila. Then the party which translates as the "scalded cat fears cold water" through to dawn, featuring procession and band of music and the "standards" of the scalded cat.

Sunday, 7 September:
08.00: The band of music from Vall d'Ebo passes through the streets to wake the people up.
09.30: Tribute to Biel, the Grand Demon. Plaça d'en Ramon i d'en Pancho.
10:00: Departure of the demons and bell-ringing to wake up those who might still be sleeping.
11:00: Solemn mass plus the Santa Margalida choir, ball de bot and pipers and whistlers.
17:30: Parade of floats from the church.
19:00: Street procession by bands of music and pipers.
21:00: The La Beata procession.
24:00: Party for La Beata night with Orquesta Mar Blau and Duo Pachá. Plaça de la Vila.
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This is a spectacular procession with floats decorated with flowers and well worth a visit if you are here.
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Has anyone been to this? What's the best time to go? Where's the best place to go to watch?
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The first of the parades which is the procession of bands is at 7pm. we usually arrive about 7.30 -7.45 ready for the main procession of floats at 9pm. The best area is around the town square or anywhere on the road leading down to the square. The locals all put there chairs out in front of their houses but in the square there are some seats provided
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