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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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Old 25-10-2009, 20:48
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Hi guys,

Going to be in pp from Friday 30th to Sunday 1st with my 6year old. Is there anything happening for Halloween? Ta.

Garoda.
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I notice that the stationers close to Flora have halloween costumes in the window and Mercadona have halloween chocolates,but not sure if anything else goes on,maybe one of the English Bars may do something. I think the locals all visit the cemetery on the 1st Nov with large pots of chrysanthenums (if I've got the date right) am told its worth a visit to see them all have their picnics amongst the gravestones.
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Old 26-10-2009, 23:28
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We were in PP last week and La Piazza restaurant was decorated for Halloween. The waitress advised that they were having a party (not sure if it was a private party though) and had bought in lots of candy for the children. You may want to try there.
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Some of the children get dressed up and go to the square, where they scare each other whilst the parents consume a few alcoholic beverages.....this is what we do with our 6 year old anyway! There are also a few bars/restaurants such as Nicos who have a special menu etc for halloween.
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