VALLADOLID — Valladolid City Council invites the general public to participate in cultural events this week.
- Monday Oct. 26 there will be a series of horror films of the 1960s, in the central courtyard of the Casa de la Cultura, which begins at 6 pm.
- Wednesday Oct. 28, there will be an exhibition of shrines in the main park, starting at 6 pm.
- Wednesday Oct. 28, Paseo de las Animas at 7 pm. Paseo de las Animas, a procession of costumed “spirits,” will begin at the general cemetery.
- Finally, on Thursday Oct. 29 the closing of this month’s cultural activities, which will consist of a parade of characters associated with myths and legends made in Yucatan. The parade will start from the Five Streets and ends in the Candelaria Park.
more recommended stories
Mexico’s national anthem to be sang in Maya language
As part of a select group,.
As usually for the last 30 years, Cancun will draw thousands of college students for “Spring Break 2019”
College students all over the US and.
AAA Adds Five Hotels in Mexico to Five Diamond List (two of them in the Yucatan Peninsula)
AAA has released its annual list of.
Yucatan Symphony Orchestra celebrates 15 years
The Yucatan Symphony Orchestra (OSY) will.
Airlines to give customers ‘nonbinary’ choice under gender
Major U.S. airlines say they will.
“Relleno Negro” Cine Janal`s third short film on the beautiful gastronomy of Yucatan
This is not the first time.
Mexico wins 3 of the 10 spots for “America´s Best Fishing Destinations”
FishingBooker, the world’s largest website for.
Why Artist Frida Kahlo’s Work Is More Relevant Now Than Ever
Today’s favorite buzzword is “brand.” It’s.
Ahau Hotel Tulum: One of the most trendy eco-chic properties in the world
An eco-chic property with just 26.
Mexico #3 on 2019 World’s Best Places to Retire List
With spiraling costs compelling more and.