El pasado 2 de diciembre del 2022 el Consulado organizó una recepción para marcar el inicio de los festejos conmemorativos al Bicentenario de la Relaciones Diplomáticas entre México y Estados Unidos, los cuales estarán efectuándose durante todo 2023, con la colaboración de Universidades, Cámaras de Comercio, Museos y conciertos que estarán programándose. Estos 200 años de Relaciones Diplomáticas reflejan la cordial relación y el buen entendimiento que hay entre ambos países.
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“Fiesta del pueblo” or town party has a very long history in the Latino world. Its origin is not quite clear, but it appears to have evolved in Spain, probably in the 11th or 12th century. In some towns it was used to celebrate the work of the key craftsmen of the town; in more rural areas it may have been to celebrate the harvest, much as other cultures celebrate the harvest. It was brought to America by the Spanish, undoubtedly Catholic missionaries, as another aspect of their quest to convert Latin
In 2006 Cincy-Cinco set a new record for the World’s Largest Piñata! This proved to be quite a challenge! With the assistance and support of Steven Schaefer & Associates, IATSE Local 5, and Home Depot, the piñata was as tall as a 4 story building. It is was made in a large warehouse and was transported a couple of days before the event to Riverbend, where it was assembled and hung high to be seen from miles around. It was “broken” on Sunday afternoon with prizes and candy for all the children present at
Introduction The holiday of Cinco De Mayo, The Fifth Of May, commemorates the victory of the Mexicans over the French army at The Battle Of Puebla in 1862. It is primarily a regional holiday celebrated in the Mexican state capital city of Puebla and throughout the state of Puebla but is also celebrated in other parts of the country and in U.S.cities with a significant Mexican population. It is not, as many people think, Mexico’s Independence Day, which is actually September 16.Setting The Stage The battle