What’s Happening? February 2019

February is prime tourist season here in Puerto Rico … the days are warm, the nights are cool, and it’s freezing up in the Great White North. From carnivals to coffee festivals to golf and marathons to food, drink and music events there are lots of things going on this time of year. While there is almost always something interesting happening somewhere in Puerto Rico, there are a few special events each month that deserve a mention. Here are a few of those events for February 2019.

Coffee Festival

Coffee Festivals in Jayuya & Maricao

These annual festivals mark the end of the coffee-harvest season. February 2 to 3 is Coffee Festival in Jayuya, held at the Complejo Deportivo Filiberto García (info on Facebook page), and February 15 to 17 is the Fiesta del Acabe del Cafe in Maricao, held in the parking lot of the Johnny Quinones Stadium (info on Facebook page). Expect Barista competitions, sales of coffee plants, dancing, food and animal exhibits, artisans and shows, and, of course, coffee and coffee-related items.

February 3: Half Marathon in Coamo

The San Blas Half Marathon is on February 3 in Coamo. This annual race attract runners (and walkers) from across Puerto Rico and the globe. Come out out to participate, or just to spectate. See their Facebook page for details.

February 21 to 24: PGA Tour Puerto Rico Open

This PGA Tour official event returns this year to Puerto Rico! As in years past, it will be played at the Coco Beach Golf & Country Club in Río Grande. See their web site for more info.

February 22 to 24: Festivals

This weekend there are a few festivals going on: The Festival del Frio at Villa Sotomayor in Adjuntas, Carnaval Mabo and the Festival De La Patita De Cerdo Guisá (Pigs’ Feet Stew) in Guaynabo.

Other Events

As always, you can check our events calendar, Facebook page, or Twitter feed for other events happening this month and throughout the year all across the island.

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Yes, good info- all changed!

Comment by Gwenn on 01 Feb 2017

Erroneamente, la palabra maratón se utiliza para referirse a cualquier carrera de cualquier distancia. Un verdadero maratón son 26.2 millas o 42 km. Para cualquiera que corre, cada paso cuenta. Por favor, usemos la palabra correcta. El "maratón" de San Blas es un medio maratón, 13.1 millas, una diferencia significante que determina la decisión de un atleta participar. Using the word marathon to refer to road races of any distance is a euphemism. A marathon is 26.2 miles, 42 km. To anyone who runs, every step counts. Use the correct terminoligy, road race(s). The San Blas marathon is in fact a half marthon, a difference of 13.1 miles and for any runner who might consider it, a game changer.

Comment by RN Rodriguez on 31 Jan 2017

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