Archive for: August, 2012

Agenda for August 31 Board meeting

Minutes General Manager’s report Finacial report Discussion: 15 minutes Social enterprises Prospective theater project New business At Sala Quetzal, 10:30am

Perfect day: Refreshing terraces in San Miguel

By Jade Arroyo Warm summer nights invite us to sit outside, Experience the terraces of San Miguel and relax with tapas and drinks while enjoying the beautiful city views. Cielo, Correo # 9, 15 4 56 60 Contemporary space located inside a colonial building in the city’s centre. Enjoy the beautiful and breathtaking view of [...]

Municipal laws govern pruning, removing trees

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado As we all know, trees provide many benefits aside from their natural beauty. They breathe in carbon dioxide and release oxygen; they provide habitats for birds and other wildlife; they reduce water runoff and erosion; they absorb sound and reduce noise pollution; they provide welcome shade during the summer months. [...]

20 years of FAI

By Alexa Fullerton and Sylvia Van Dijk, PhD FAI (Fundación de Apoyo Infantil, Guanajuato, AC) is celebrating 20 years working with the children of our state in accordance with the International Convention of the Rights of the Child. FAI is a Children’s Rights (Human Rights) organization. Before FAI became the Fundación de Apoyo Infantil, Guanajuato, [...]

Lawsuit over “swan” in Colonia Allende continues

By Antonio De Jesús Aguado In mid-2010, a swan-shaped structure appeared in Colonia Allende, and the media began to pay attention about a year later. A lawsuit to stop construction of the avian-inspired architecture was initiated soon after its appearance, but the issue has not been resolved. Recently, the structure has been elevated six more [...]

Mexico’s fun folk pottery featured at Gallery open house

By Susan Page The naïve, exuberant and humorous pottery of Santa Cruz de las Huertas will be spotlighted at Galeria Atotonilco’s fall open house on September 1 and 2 from noon to 5pm both days. “This pottery comes as close to the true heart of Mexico as any other folk art,” says gallery owner Mayer [...]

New scholastic year starts

By Jade Arroyo With the return to school of over 127,513 students and 5,000 teachers this past August 20, academic facts, statistics and educative projects were reported by the Education Secretary. This information was given by the Regional Delegation of Education (composed of the municipalities of San Miguel, Dolores Hidalgo, Ocampo, San Felipe and San [...]

Feed the Hungry celebrates Mexico’s Independence with a street-food festival

By Valarie Brown Coon Calle San Miguel promises to be a street-food festival like no other as Feed the Hungry San Miguel literally takes its cause to the street at Ancha de San Antonio. In a nod to historical tradition, ceremonial tortillas will be stamped with the Feed the Hungry logo and will introduce partygoers [...]

Mexico, from my brush…

By Line Dan Rueffert will show more new works in oil inspired by a variety of Mexican locations after his recent odyssey throughout the Mexican countryside. Art Danial Rueffert, Encore Opening Reception Sat, Aug 25, 6-8pm Bordello Galería Órganos 19, half block from Hernández Macías portion of all sales will benefit Feed the Hungry Dan [...]

CSEIS Opens at Fábrica La Aurora.

By Victoria Pierce CSEIS (the former Espacio Kerlegand) in Fábrica La Aurora is proud to announce the opening of their Gallery. Art New Gallery Opening CSEIS Fri, Sep 7, 5pm Fábrica de La Aurora C-6 CSEIS has painter Juan Diaz Durand, sculptor Fidelio Herrera and painter Victoria Pierce, who are pleased to welcome Ernesto de [...]

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