Aida Robles Mertz – Papel Picado

Aida Robles-Mertz learned the art of papel picado, creating delicate designs in papel de china (tissue paper) from her mother, Maria Jesus Robles, who learned it as child in Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico, where she helped her grandmother make farolitos (lanterns) and banderolas (little flags) for religious ceremonies and family fiestas. Maria brought the tradition to … Read more

Churros Inzunza

Postres mexicanos: churros, horchata, tepache, champurrado, Thai tea, plátanos fritos, cinnamon rolls, choco-flan, capirotada, cóctel de elote, coco fresco. Vegan y gluten free.

Sabor de Mexico

Sabor de Mexico, A taste of Mexican MOC Production & Consulting, specializing in traditional ethic arts

Carmen Baron – Costume Making

Carmen Baron has been sewing since she was a small child. She earned Mexican folklórico dance and costumes from her experiences studying and teaching with the Insituto de Folklore Mexicano in Tucson. Today teaches dance and creates costumes for her students, ranging in age from 1 to 18. She is a 2016 recipient of a … Read more

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