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Mexicans celebrate New Year's Eve by eating a grape with each of the twelve chimes of a clock's bell during the midnight countdown, while making a wish with each one. Mexican families decorate homes and parties in colors that represent wishes for the upcoming year: red encourages an overall improvement of lifestyle and love, yellow encourages blessings of improved employment conditions, green for improved financial circumstances, and white for improved health. Another tradition is to make a list of all the bad or unhappy events over the past 12 months; before midnight, this list is thrown into a fire, symbolizing the removal of negative energy from the new year At the same time, thanks are expressed for all the good things during the year that is ending so that they will continue in the new year. Read More...
Enjoy this list of the many parties, festivals and ceremonies celebrating the end of the Mayan calendar in Playa del Carmen and the Riviera Maya, Mexico. Read More...
BuyPlaya Real Estate Advisors and FurnitureMex are sponsoring a high energy Zumba event to raise money for Christmas Dreams Playa a local charity dedicated to bringing gifts to disabled and impoverished youth throughout the Riviera Maya region. Read More...
Here are a couple other Thanksgiving Suppers, Buffets and Events going on in Playa del Carmen! Woody's Bar and Grill invite you to join them on Thursday November 22nd at 5:00pm to Eat, Drink and be Thankfull! Fancy up for Casa del Agua's Turkey Read More...
This looks like a lot of fun "Siente el Corazon de Playa" - A good old fashioned street fair with vendors, artists, photography, musicians and more! The event will be held in Parque Fundadores (Av.Juarez and the beach near the ferry dock) on Saturday April 21. For more information visit the Grupo Quinta webpage. Read More...
Mark you calendars for March 9th from 5:30 -7:00 pm for a SILENT AUCTION to support Hekab Be Biblioteca de Akumal.Held at the Lol Ha Beach Bar during Happy Hour, the auction will feature the paintings of well-known muralist Oscar Romero and other artists, hand crafts from Bali, Indonesia and Panama. Read More...
The Hekab Be Library Christmas Party will be on Monday, December 19th at 3 p.m.! There will be singing by the kids, a pinata, food and of course, Santa! Read More...
Quinta Entertainment & Tourist Guide, the Riviera Maya Hotel Association, the Department of Tourism of Solidaridad, Mamitas Beach Club, the Riviera Maya Tourist Board, Sam's Club and Coca Cola invite you to partcipate in this exciting event as local Playenses, businesses, schools and other organizations attempt to create The Longest Rosca de Reyes (King Cake) on the Riviera Maya! The cake will be assembled on 5th Ave. in Playa del Carmen between calles 8 and 14 on January 6th (Kings Day) from 7pm to 9pm. Read More...
The festival of Santa Lucia begins on the 13th of December, which under the old Julian calendar, used in Sweden until 1753, was Christmas Day and the longest, darkest night of the year. Read More...
There will be an event on November 17th in front of the ADO Bus Station in Tulum with music, dance, refreshments and a raffle to support this new endeavor. This is not only a fundraiser but also an opportunity to raise awareness in the community. Admission is only $50 mn per person and includes a beverage and a raffle ticket. For more information, contact the organizers through the Propuesta CeBiPAT Facebook Page. Read More...
Be a part of the 1st annual Dia de Muertos Festival in Cancun! The Institute of Culture and the Arts in Cancun invites you all to enjoy the festivities and activities as Death comes to life in Cancun! The event will take place Monday, October 31 to Wednesday, November 2. There will be displays of altars, art activities, an art exhibition, food and lots of surprises for families to enjoy. Attend and celebrate your traditions. Activities will take place in the Plaza de la Reforma, Parque de Las Palapas and la Casa de Cultura de Cancun. For more information visit the Instituto de la Cultura y las Artes Facebook page. Read More...