Mexican Holidays<br />By: Nicole Brunner<br />Los Días Festivos de México<br />http://www.traditional-mexican-culture.com/...
El Año Nuevo<br />January 1st <br /><ul><li> Large Family Dinners
Bacalao-Salted Codfish
Toasts with Sparkling Cider or Ponche</li></ul>http://www.elephantjournal.com/2008/12/bacalao-a-new-years-eve-traditional-...
 Different Color Underwear
 Fireworks</li></ul>http://www.appatic.com/2009/12/happy-new-year-feliz-ano-nuevo-2010.html<br />
Carnaval<br />February<br /><ul><li> Huge celebration of the Catholic world.
 Purpose: Release craziness before lent.
 Dates vary from year to year.</li></ul>http://www.mexicovacationtravels.com/mexico-cities/mexican-carnival-bright-costume...
 Begins with: Quema del Mal Humor
 Ends with: Mardi Gras/Fat Tuesday</li></li></ul><li>Semana Santa<br />EasterWeek<br /><ul><li> From Palm Sunday-Easter Su...
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  1. 1. Mexican Holidays<br />By: Nicole Brunner<br />Los Días Festivos de México<br />http://www.traditional-mexican-culture.com/mexican-flag-wallpaper.html<br />
  2. 2. El Año Nuevo<br />January 1st <br /><ul><li> Large Family Dinners
  3. 3. Bacalao-Salted Codfish
  4. 4. Toasts with Sparkling Cider or Ponche</li></ul>http://www.elephantjournal.com/2008/12/bacalao-a-new-years-eve-traditional-dish-un-platillo-tradicional-en-ano-nuevo/<br /><ul><li>Eating Grapes While Making a Wish
  5. 5. Different Color Underwear
  6. 6. Fireworks</li></ul>http://www.appatic.com/2009/12/happy-new-year-feliz-ano-nuevo-2010.html<br />
  7. 7. Carnaval<br />February<br /><ul><li> Huge celebration of the Catholic world.
  8. 8. Purpose: Release craziness before lent.
  9. 9. Dates vary from year to year.</li></ul>http://www.mexicovacationtravels.com/mexico-cities/mexican-carnival-bright-costumes-music-and-fun.html<br />http://gomexico.about.com/od/festivalsholidays/ig/Veracruz-Carnival-Photos/Carnival-Dancers.htm<br /><ul><li> Parades/live entertainment/carnival games/dances.
  10. 10. Begins with: Quema del Mal Humor
  11. 11. Ends with: Mardi Gras/Fat Tuesday</li></li></ul><li>Semana Santa<br />EasterWeek<br /><ul><li> From Palm Sunday-Easter Sunday
  12. 12. Religous Images Displayed
  13. 13. Passion Play
  14. 14. Cascarones: Colored Easter Eggs</li></ul>http://www.zarela.com/2009/semana-santa/<br />http://familyfun.go.com/crafts/cascarones-667194/<br />http://www.bajainsider.com/baja-life/holidays/semanasantamexico.htm<br />
  15. 15. http://cakefineart.com/CarneAsadaTacos.aspx<br />http://www.profile-comments.com/images/cinco-de-mayo/?page=3<br /><ul><li> Not Mexico’s Independence Day
  16. 16. The Battle of Pueblo
  17. 17. Mexico(4,500 soldiers) defeated France(6,500)
  18. 18. Celebration of Mexican Culture
  19. 19. Food, Music, and other Customs.</li></ul>http://www.wctrib.com/event/image/id/31331/<br />
  20. 20. El Día de Independencia <br />Independence Day: September 16th<br /><ul><li> 1810: Hidalgo Rang the Bell
  21. 21. 10 Year War
  22. 22. Bell Ringing Reenacted
  23. 23. Buildings and Houses Decorated
  24. 24. Traditional Clothing
  25. 25. Traditional Food</li></ul>http://www.dipity.com/timeline/September-16-Mexican-Independence/list<br />http://gringationcancun.wordpress.com/2010/09/15/viva-mexico-cabrones/<br />
  26. 26. Día de los Muertos<br />Day of the Dead: November 1st and 2nd<br /><ul><li>Day One: Celebrate Children
  27. 27. Day Two: Celebrate Older Relatives
  28. 28. Decorate Alters</li></ul>http://blog.iheartcleveland.com/2008/10/dia-de-los-muertos-111.html<br /><ul><li>Visit Cemetery
  29. 29. Sugar Skulls
  30. 30. Pan de Muerto</li></ul>http://laist.com/2008/11/01/how_to_spend_your_day_of_the_dead.php<br />http://boingboing.net/2007/10/27/howto-make-sugar-sku.html<br />
  31. 31. Día de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe <br />Our Lady of Guadalupe: December 8th<br /><ul><li> Juan Diego
  32. 32. Basilicaofthe Virgin of Guadalupe
  33. 33. AskforMiraclesandGiveThanks
  34. 34. TraditionalFoods
  35. 35. Parades, Bull Fights, and Rodeos
  36. 36. Day of Honor</li></ul>http://radioguadalupe.org/2009/page/3/<br />
  37. 37. Las Posadas<br /><ul><li>December 16th-24th
  38. 38. Nine Days Represent Nine Months </li></ul> of Pregnancy<br /><ul><li> Dress Up
  39. 39. Singing and Traditional Food
  40. 40. Star Piñata
  41. 41. Ends with Midnight Mass on the </li></ul> 24th<br />http://www.visitingmexico.com.mx/blog/posada-navidenas-en-oaxaca.htm<br />http://www.santafenewmexican.com/Story/Las-Posadas-Facing-demons--finding-haven<br />
  42. 42. December 25th<br /><ul><li>Starts off with Las Posadas
  43. 43. Two Weeks of Parties
  44. 44. Spend Time with Family
  45. 45. American Traditions</li></ul>http://en.giovannidossantosramirez.com/tag-Navidad.aspx<br />
  46. 46. Referances:<br />Guardi, Sheri, Margarita Pedraza, Susana McGlynn, Luis Pedraza, and Carol Clarke. "Mexico's Official and Religious Holidays." MEXonline.com<br />. MEXonline.com LLC., Jan2010. Web. 29 Sep 2010.http://www.mexonline.com/holiday.htm. <br /> "New Year Tradition in Mexico." 123newyear.com. Compare Infobase Ltd, Jan 2010. Web. 6 Oct 2010. <http://www.123newyear.com/newyear<br />-traditions/new-year-traditions-mexico.html>.<br />Barbezat, Suzanne. "Mexico Celebrates Carnaval." About.com. New York Times Company, n.d. Web. 6 Oct 2010. <http://gomexico.about.com/od<br />/festivalsholidays/p/mexico_carnaval.htm><br />Guardi, Sheri, Margarita Pedraza, Luis Pedraza, Susann McGlynn, and Carol Clarke. " Mexican Holidays: Semana Santa ." MEXonline.com.<br />MEXonline.com LLC., n.d. Web. 6 Oct 2010. <http://www.mexonline.com/semana.htm>.<br />Guardi, Sheri, margarita Pedraza, Luis Pedraza, susannmcGlynn, and carol clarke. "The History of Cinco de Mayo." MEXonline.com. MEXonline.com<br />LLC., n.d. Web. 7 Oct 2010. <http://www.mexonline.com/cinco-de-mayo.htm>.<br />Herx, May. "Bicentennial of the Mexican Independence 16 de Septiembre: Bicentenario del Grito de Independencia." Inside Mexico.<br />Insidemexico.com, n.d. Web. 7 Oct 2010. <http://www.inside-mexico.com/featureindep.htm>.<br /> "Dia De los Muertos." holidayinsights.com. By Premier Star Co., n.d. Web. 7 Oct 2010. <http://www.holidayinsights.com/other/losmuertos.htm>.<br />Guardi, Sheri, Margarita Pedraza, Luis Pedraza, Susann McGlynn, and Carol Clarke. " Cultural Holiday: The Virgen of Guadalupe." MEXonline.com.<br />MEXonline.com LLC, n.d. Web. 7 Oct 2010. <http://www.mexonline.com/virginofguadalupe.htm>.<br /> "Las Posadas : Mexico Culture & Arts." Access Mexico Connect - Current Issue - The Electronic Magazine All about Mexico. MexConnect & Respective<br />Authors, 01 Dec. 1999. Web. 08 Oct. 2010. <http://www.mexconnect.com/articles/2816-las-posadas>.<br />Guardi, Sheri, Margarita Pedraza, Luis Pedraza, Susann McGlynn, and Carol Clarke. "Celebrating Christmas in Mexico - Las Posadas." MEXonline.com.<br />MEXonline.com LLC, n.d. Web. 7 Oct 2010. <http://www.mexonline.com/christmas.htm>.<br />
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