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.
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