Posts Tagged: mexican

Art Club Spirit Night at Tijuana Flats

If you’re in the Fort Lauderdale area, please join me Monday night for School Spirit Night at Tijuana Flats! My art club members have been hard at work painting twenty funny, scary, surreal, dream-like and definitely bright ceiling tiles that

Art Club Spirit Night at Tijuana Flats

If you’re in the Fort Lauderdale area, please join me Monday night for School Spirit Night at Tijuana Flats! My art club members have been hard at work painting twenty funny, scary, surreal, dream-like and definitely bright ceiling tiles that

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Five Reasons to Celebrate Dia de Los Muertos in Fort Lauderdale

I’m gonna say it again, I’m SO excited to be participating in this event! Yesterday marked ONE WEEK until Dia de Los Muertos Fort Lauderdale. If you know anything about Day of the Dead, or you’ve been to FAT Village,

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Five Reasons to Celebrate Dia de Los Muertos in Fort Lauderdale

I’m gonna say it again, I’m SO excited to be participating in this event! Yesterday marked ONE WEEK until Dia de Los Muertos Fort Lauderdale. If you know anything about Day of the Dead, or you’ve been to FAT Village,

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Upcoming Events!

Studying and celebrating Hispanic Heritage is always a focal point in my classroom during the month of October. It’s easy for my South Florida students to relate to this topic, and easy for me to strategically include Dia de los

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Upcoming Events!

Studying and celebrating Hispanic Heritage is always a focal point in my classroom during the month of October. It’s easy for my South Florida students to relate to this topic, and easy for me to strategically include Dia de los

Sunday at Yellow Green Farmer’s Market

Yesterday Jesus and I were heading out to Ft. Lauderdale for our weekly “Shopping Sunday”. We live in West Hollywood and while we do some of our errands right in the neighborhood (Gino’s, for example), we always end up driving

Sunday at Yellow Green Farmer’s Market

Yesterday Jesus and I were heading out to Ft. Lauderdale for our weekly “Shopping Sunday”. We live in West Hollywood and while we do some of our errands right in the neighborhood (Gino’s, for example), we always end up driving