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The Mexican Navy will soon be docking the ARM Cuauhtémoc in Progreso and opening its decks to visitors. The Cuauhtémoc is a sailing training vessel...
To celebrate Canada Day, the Mérida English Library will be serving up hot poutine on Friday morning from 10 to 12. Poutine is a dish...
A new temporary exhibit delving into the history and cultural significance of bicycles in Yucatán has recently opened to the public.
Mérida's 2022 Pride march is scheduled to kick off Saturday, June 18 at 3 p.m.
As of today — Monday — all businesses in Yucatán can operate at 100% and normalize their opening hours.
For the first time in two years, Yucatán will be celebrating its annual book fair with in-person events.
Mérida's Parque de la Paz, across from the Centenario Zoo, is hosting a traditional Oaxacan Gueleguetza festival complete with entertainment and plenty of food.
The environmental collective Va por la Tierra is planning a series of events to raise awareness among Yucatán's population on issues regarding water quality and climate change.
Four months ago, a strong gust of wind and power surge damaged Valladolid’s video mapping show projectors.
To help contain the spread of COVID-19, Mérida has opted to limit the number of Christmas events it is hosting this year for the...
Mérida has kicked off an international Pok ta Pok tournament, also known as the "Mayan ball game" World Cup.
For the second year in a row, Yucatan's Catholic archdiocese is urging its faithful to not assist to large events commemorating the day of the Virgin of Guadalupe on Dec. 12.
Mérida is set to host the second edition of its Resonancias Yucatán Jazz festival. The event will take place Nov. 26-29 at several Centro venues...
Members of LGBTQ+ community are carving out spaces in local parks to host their own outdoor markets.
Everywhere you went you could not but overhear the conversations of spectators, all making the same observation: that it was so great to see so much color and life on Mérida’s streets again.
Alebrijes are brightly colored Mexican folk art sculptures of fantastical mythical creatures. Though originally made only of paper-mâché, wooden variations have also become popular since the 1940s.
Of the total number of events, there are 24 musical events, 30 theater performances, eight dances, nine literature gatherings, and nine academic events, as well as three performing arts exhibits.
Both Chichén Itzá and Dzibilchaltún were closed to the public during the fall equinox due to concerns over COVID-19 infections, as well as land disputes.
The event known as the Tianguis Turístico Mexico will bring together representatives from the country’s 32 states, as well as buyers from 70 countries.
Reports that the concert has not yet been approved by city or state authorities have dampened the spirits of many rock fans who have been skeptical about the October event ever since it was first announced.
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