Another traditional fiesta that is celebrated September 14th as a reminder from generation to generation just how important the cowboy/charro culture is to Mexico.

As I’ve often said in many of my posts, Mexico keeps its traditions alive by involving their sons and daughters from the earliest of ages.

The plaza was slammed with people and there were lots and lots of cute little kids all dressed up in the traditional charro garb.

The central plaza last night. (A block from my house).

The central plaza last night. (A block from my house).

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A pretty girl in a beautiful costume.

A brother and sister having a laugh.

A brother and sister having a laugh.

The church is a part of every fiesta.

The church is a part of every fiesta.

Homemade potato chips was one of the many treats.

Homemade potato chips was one of the many treats.

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