Come and learn about the History of Portuguese Pharmacy!
In Lisbon, there,are recreated spaces and environments that allow the visitor to realize the development of the Portuguese pharmaceutical history and technology, from the late fifteenth century to the present day. From old apothecary of the eighteenth, to the Liberal Pharmacy in early twentieth century were reconstructions were made of authentic Portuguese pharmacies. It should be also noted the authentic recreation of a traditional Chinese pharmacy, originating from Macao of the late nineteenth century and an area dedicated to the Military Pharmacy.
Time – Meet at 10:45 in Museum lobby. Escorted tour in English starts at 11.00. The tour runs about 1 hour.
Cost – This is a subsidized tour by IWP. Members pay 5€ per adult and 4€ per senior, cash at door
Open to all – 25 max. Please RSVP to Bevby March 1st.
We will follow with a lunch at Noobai, a few minutes walk from the museum.
Where: Museu da Farmácia, Rua Marechal Saldanha 1, 1249-069 Lisboa
Cost: This is a subsidized tour by IWP. Members pay 5€ per adult and 4€ per senior, cash at door.
We would like to invite you to play Bridge for Charity (We suggest playing Chicago)
We propose to start at 6 pm and play for a while and then have a bite. Anneke’s husband, Jim has kindly offered to cook for us. For that we ask you to pay 12€ (at least). What isn’t eaten up will go to charity. We propose donating the money to cancer research.
We would like to branch out a little bit that evening and ask you to bring along any friends and/or husbands who would like to play bridge with us. It would be good to have as many people as possible.
Please let us know by 8 March whether you will be able to join us.
To make things easier, please let us know who your partner will be.
At 11.30 hrs we will meet at the Cascais train station and then walk through the old town of Cascais to Casa Sommer to see the exhibition Footprints in Estoril. We will be there at around 12.15 hrs. There is no entrance fee for the exhibition. Casa Sommer is the big white house opposite parque Marechal Carmona.
At 13.00 we will have lunch at Center Cultural Cascais in the restaurant Conversas. You can take part in the entire program but you can also only come for lunch and not do the walk and the exhibition. Or just do the town walk and the exhibition and no lunch.
Price of the daily menu is 10.00 euros, including coffee but without drinks. You can also order from the menu and the price is also around 10.00 euros per person without drinks.
Please let me know if you join us for lunch before Thursday 7th of March via my e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org so I can make the reservation for the restaurant.
Maximum 20 for lunch reservations.
Hope to see many of you on the 12th of March!
Starts at: 11.30 / 12.15 / 13.00
Where: Cascais Train Station / Casa Sommer: Av. Vasco da Gama, 2750-509 Cascais / Restaurante Conversas: Av. Rei Humberto II de Itália, Centro Cultural de Cascais, 2750-800 Cascais
The Land / Joaquin Sorolla’s Spain at Museu National de Arte Antiga
Come and view this Special exhibition with us!!
A partnership with the Sorolla Museum, Madrid, this exhibition, curated by Carmen Pena, brings together 118 paintings by Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (Valencia, 1863 – Cercedilla, 1923) from the museum and from Spanish private collections.
The exhibition shows how Sorolla, the master of the “open air” and the “intense light”, unveiled new versions of the various Spanish landscapes, at the turn of the 19th for the 20th century, giving them new meanings and participating in a cultural movement that sought another image of the country.
The selection of pieces also includes some paintings representing scenes on the seashore and the work of fishermen on the coasts of Valence, some of Sorolla’s most typical themes.
Maximum attendees: 20
Please secure your space by March 8th!
Coffee starts at: 10.00 in the coffee shop on the ground floor of the museum, and if whether permits, in their beautiful gardens with a view of the Tagus River.
Tour starts at: 11.30. Please arrive by 11.15 latest in main museum lobby to pay cash for Admission.
The tour will last approximately 1 hour. If you would like to have lunch afterwards in the cafeteria there are several options to choose from (around 8 or 9 euros a plate of food).
You may like to visit the beautiful Museum shop on your way out.
IWP will partially subsidize the escorted tour this time in Spanish.
Starts at: 11.30 am
Where: Museu National de Arte Antiga, Rua das Janelas Verdes, 1249-017 Lisboa
Cost: The entrance ticket is 6€ per person, 3€ for people 65 years or older, free for BPI clients under documentary proof. MNAA members will pay 3€ with Membership card.