Category: Marco N Amigos

Happy Hour Photo Contest!!!

Ahhhhh, that is the sound of everyone and anyone who has spent an October day and evening in Rocky Point. The heat is gone, the humidity is lowered, the nights start to get cooler and the wave of happy people coming to our beautiful city keeps rolling on in. October also brings one of the most fun days of the year, October 7th…a certain writer’s birthday from the Rocky Point Times…hmmm…who can that be? Well, I am THRILLED to announce our wildly popular annual ROCKY POINT TIMES PHOTO CONTEST for 2015! The rules are fairly simple yet FUN. Please find your favorite HAPPY HOUR photo from a festive Rocky Point location and simply email it to

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Feliz Cumpleaños!!!

Where better to celebrate than right here in Rocky Point?!!!

Every year for the past ten years, my family, friends and I have celebrated my birthday in October here in Rocky Point. This year, due to my commitment to Brophy College Prep as an Assistant Swim Coach, I was unable to celebrate in my usual locale, the beaches of Rocky Point, Mexico. My family and friends in Arizona did for sure show me a good time with sushi, drinks, presents and some cake at an awesome Japanese restaurant in Scottsdale. However, I did need to “postpone” my Mexican celebrations until a few weeks later. Although I would not change a thing about this year’s birthday, I did reminisce about my past birthdays in Rocky Point and why everyone owes it to themselves to plan their next birthday celebration in Rocky Point.

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Personas Para Puerto Peñasco

Well, it is that time of year again here in Rocky Point…the holiday season is upon us! And, there can be no better way to celebrate your holiday season than to remember to be thankful and give back to the less fortunate in the world… especially those right here in Rocky Point.

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Alicia Grajeda
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