Get Ready To Club Some Piñatas At Sunday’s Latino Street Market

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El Tianguis, Burien’s new Latino-themed Sunday street market, will be pulling out the piñatas at 1pm Sunday, June 6th, for “kids of all ages.”

El Tianguis is located in the Town Square Park of downtown Burien, and runs from 10am – 2pm Sundays. The weekly market features goods and services that are traditionally found in open-air markets in Latino countries, including food and drink, fresh fruits and vegetables, clothing, arts and crafts, and much more.

The market is open not only to Latinos, but to anyone who appreciates Latino culture, products and amenities.

According to their website, here’s what you can expect (along with the piñatas):

Products will include Latino food and beverages, arts and crafts, home and garden, clothing, electronics, and many other items that are traditionally available in markets in Latino countries.

This weekly market is being put on by El Mercado, PC, a not-for-profit group that is:

…dedicated to the cultural and economic development of the Latino community, and has chosen Burien to launch the market because of the city’s earnest desire to integrate its growing Latino population with the general public. By reaching out to Latinos and offering them a stake in the community, the city of Burien has proven to be a shining example of how to tear down the walls that divide us rather than build them up, of how to embrace our differences rather than to reject them.

For more information, or to apply to be a vendor, contact El Mercado, PC, at [email protected] or at 206-334-2285. You can also get more details at their website here:

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