Día mundial de Bienestar es sin fines de lucro, un proyecto social creado por voluntarios dedicados al bien vivir.
Una Experiencia total de luz. El festival número 1 en Estados Unidos llega a México en lo que será una experiencia memorable, en un espectacular lago, en el que reuniremos a la mejor gente de México, en el evento encontrarás food trucks, música, stands de patrocinadores, alegría, amigos, familia y mucho más. Vive una experiencia visual de miles de luces en el agua en medio de una tarde mágica de paz, alegría y felicidad. Este festival es una experiencia increíble en el que miles de familiares, amigos y extraños celebran la vida juntos. El festival reúne a personas de todas las edades, orígenes y estilos de vida para unirse en una noche memorable. En Water Lantern Festival apreciamos todos estos momentos y haremos todo lo posible para ayudarlo a tener una experiencia que jamás olvidará mientras observa la belleza de miles de luces en el agua. Invita a quién tú quieras a este extraordinario evento de luz en el que el principal objetivo es que pases un día memorable con toda tu gente, en nuestra actividad principal podrás armar una linterna única e irrepetible que será parte de muchas más que estarán en el agua. Una combinación extraordinaria ( Un […]
¡ Gran Inauguración ! Cinema del Cobre Ven al cine este 28 y 29 de Junio a ser parte de la inauguración. 28 de Junio a partir de las 6 de la tarde, corte de listón por parte del Sr. Presidente J. Jesús Lucas Ángel. Posteriormente se proyectara la Película : Belzebuth 29 de junio Proyección de la Película: La Voz de un Sueño 5:00 pm y 7:30 pm. ¡ ENTRADA LIBRE !
¡No lo olvides! CantoyaFest dura 3 días. CantoyaFest es un festival artístico anual realizado desde hace 14 años por el Consejo Para el Arte y Cultura P’urhepecha A.C., que promueve la creación de globos de papel de china de gran tamaño y colorido. Con globos desde pequeños y sencillos, elaborados con unos pocos pliegos de papel, hasta globos de gran complejidad, tamaño y de cientos de pliegos de papel, el festival es una auténtica fiesta multicolor que encanta a personas de todas las edades y atrae competidores y público de todo el mundo. PROGRAMA
Water Lantern Festival is a family event that brings people together to celebrate life and honor their loved ones through a flashlight which will be deposited in their memory on Lake Zirahuén creating an incredible visual experience.
Saturday, February 29, at the Hidalgo portal, in front of the Plaza Vasco de Quiroga. There will be the participation of traditional cooks and chefs who will present various dishes, as well as the sale of this product in raw.
Origins The Feast of the Cross of May has its antecedents in the pre-Christian celebration known as the Festival of the Mayos (or Palo de Mayo, in English maypole), which commemorated the average time of spring by paying homage to nature. In particular, it was celebrated by decorating a tree or by erecting a trunk or totem tree to which ornaments or flowers were put, while performing ritual dances and singing or making recitations. With the arrival of Christianity, this feast was adapted to the new faith, replacing the totem with the Christian cross. In some countries the festivities of the Cruz de Mayo and Palo de Mayo are maintained in parallel. Another interpretation seems to have its origin in the discovery by Saint Helena of the cross where Christ died. The story tells how the emperor Constantine I the Great, in the sixth year of his reign, faces against the barbarians on the banks of the Danube, in a battle whose victory is believed impossible because of the magnitude of the enemy army. At present, the Christian liturgy has eliminated this celebration from its calendar, being unified with the celebration of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, celebrated on […]
From that neighborhood, in the chapel of the 16th century, there is a procession with oxen and mules decorated in bright colors. They take them to the church’s atrium, where the dances of the old, black, Moorish and Maringuías are performed.
It begins with jubilees, novenarians and pilgrimages headed with the image of Christ; accompanied by bands and dances from “Los Negritos”, “Los Viejitos” and “Los Pastores” to the foot of the main altar. San Juan Nuevo is the town founded by the P’urhépechas Indians who were forced to relocate after evicting San Juan de las Colchas (or Old San Juan Parangaricutiro) due to the birth of the Paricutin Volcano. It is known that the Lord of Miracles has faithful followers throughout the country of Mexico, South America and the United States. Throughout the celebrations more than 70 thousand visitors come to be counted. The image belonged to the temple of San Juan Parangaricutiro, the town that buried the Paricutin Volcano in its eruption in the middle of the last century. The image of the Lord of Miracles is made of cane paste, a pre-Hispanic artisan technique originally from the P’urhépecha culture. It represents a Crucified Christ and as in the case of other religious figures elaborated by indigenous hands, he observes a marked care in the representation of the wounds and the gesture of pain caused by the torture. A saying was born in San Juan around the impossible causes, […]
Feratum Film Festival, is a festival that in its early years has been considered one of the most important in Latin America, has an official competition of Mexican, Latin American and international films, in which it awards the prizes: “Bronze Nosferatu”, “Torre Feratum” and “Alucarda” medal; presents exclusive premieres with the presence of directors, producers and actors, it is a meeting point for people from the fantastic film industry and a platform for the launch of new creators. The festival was attended by established directors and producers such as: Mick Garris, Brian Yuzna, Ze do Caixao, LIoyd Kaufman, Bertha Navarro, Carlos Carrera, Alfonso Arau, among others. In seven years, more than 700 films have been programmed, of which 102 have been exclusively released for Mexico; round tables, master classes, workshops and alternative activities are held. Every year it brings together more than thirty thousand spectators, it is also known for “The March of the Beasts”, one of the most anticipated activities of the festival, bringing together more than eight thousand people characterized by walking through the streets. Its main headquarters are located in the magical town of Tlalpujahua Michoacán, with extensions in Mexico City and Morelia. This year it opens […]
Live the culture at the Old Jesuit College Cultural Center – Pátzcuaro within the framework of the 1st Festival “Huellas del Lago”!