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Colors, Essences, and Music



By Jesús Aguado

The Calendaria Fair that began on January 26 will continue through Sunday, February 11, at Juárez Park.

The exhibition and sale of plants is open daily from 8am–9pm at this annual event, which features more than 140 vendors from Puebla, Atlacomulco, Xochimilco, Cuernavaca, Cuautla, León, Celaya, Dolores, Escobedo, Tenango de las Flores, and San Miguel de Allende.

Norberto Carbajo, director of the Ecology Department, told Atención that there are requirements the vendors must fulfill. One of them is that they must bring flowers that have been acclimated to the weather in San Miguel.

The cultural program is an essential part of the Calendaria Fair. Here is the list of events for the last weekend of the fair.


Fri, Feb 2

10am Blessing of the seeds by Concheros del Valle (pre-Hispanic rite)

5pm Pre-Hispanic dances

6pm Live music by Mariachi Allende


Sat, Feb 3

11am Workshop: cut paper, free

12pm Workshop: how to cultivate wheat for the altar of Friday of Sorrows, free

5pm Guitar concert

6pm Music by Sonora Cumarebo


Sun, Feb 4

5pm Folkloric dances

6pm Music by Ambar

Sun, Feb 11

4pm Mexican music by Leobardo Morales

6pm Fair closing by local authorities

6:30pm Music by Náufrago


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