Start the holiday season helping Centro Infantil de los Angeles
Want to get in the Christmas spirit? What better way than to spend a December afternoon in a beautiful setting, enjoying refreshments and listening to wonderful music while benefitting a worthy local charity. On Wednesday, December 13 Casa de la Cuesta will open their doors once again for the benefit of Centro Infantil de los Angeles, a free daycare and preschool serving children with the greatest need in San Miguel.
From this glorious venue above the center of San Miguel, you can see spectacular views, visit the world class mask museum The Other Face of Mexico at your leisure, and simply enjoy the warmth of good company and delicious muchies prepared by owner Heidi LaVasseur and her very capable staff.
Back by popular demand is the local troubadour group Tuna Tradicional. In years past they had the crowd clapping and dancing with their unique renditions of popular Mexican music and familiar Christmas songs. Always a crowd pleaser, this local group is comprised of 7 friends who have played together for years. Their enthusiasm and joy in making music is infectious. In addition to having a wonderful blend of voices, each member is an accomplished musician, and all of this comes together for a fun and entertaining musical experience.
Here’s what you need to know to bring your out-of-town company or gather up a group of friends and come enjoy a delightful afternoon of warmth and music.
What: Music, Munchies, and Margaritas with Tuna Tradicional
Where: Casa de la Cuesta B&B, Cuesta de San Jose #32
When: Wednesday, December 13, 4 to 6 PM
Cost: Donation of 200 pesos to benefit Centro Infantil de los Angeles
Centro Infantil de los Angeles is a nonprofit organization providing free, quality daycare and preschool education to children with the greatest need in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Our center affords working parents the comfort of knowing their children are fed, nurtured and can learn in a safe, caring environment as they work to make a better life for themselves and the community as a whole.