Experience Live Mexican Dance At El Tianguis Latino Market Sunday

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There will be a live Mexican dance presentation by the “Grupo Folklorico Danza Regional Guelaguetza” dance troupe this Sunday, Aug. 15th, from 2:30pm – 3:30pm at the El Tianguis open-air Latino market, located at Burien Town Square.

According to market Director Mateo Monda, this group performed at last year’s Folk Life festival in Seattle.

El Tianguis market runs from 10am – 4pm, and products 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.

More info available at their website here: www.elmercado.org.

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2 Responses to “Experience Live Mexican Dance At El Tianguis Latino Market Sunday”
  1. Johnny says:

    I’m proud to live in Burien and to see the diversity we have in this community. I can’t wait to check this out for the first time this weekend and support this weekly event. To bad I just found out about it but better late than never.

    • Lee Moyer says:

      I agree. The restaurants and shops associated with the ethnic diversity of Burien and White Center are much more important to me than the Burien Town Square (and they will probably never be found there) and the antique looking street lights. However, the headline reminds me of the sign at the old Bernie and Boys store on 99 that said “Live Butcher”. Every time I drove by, I tried to think of who featured a dead one.

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