“During this Goverment’s term and with DIF we want to do things different, more efficient and meaningful”, said Rosy Fuentes, Sinaloa’s DIF Presidente and Governor’s wife. At a Pre-Carnival party at the Community Center 2 (CDI) the crowning of Carnaval Seniors took place. It was organized by the Senior and Social Integration Care. The DIF President
The 2017 Farm to Table event was held on Sunday at Chuy’s Organics farm just north of Mazatlán at Kilometer 21. Attendance this year doubled to 300 from last year. Alastair Porteous from Water’s Edge Bistro; Gabriel Ocampo from F.I.S.H.; Daniel Soto from El Caprichito Mío (Culiacán); Luis Osuna from Cayenna(Culiacán); Elmo Ruffo from Fiera; Karl Gregg from Blue Print Group (Vancouver) and
The Mazatlan Messenger is proud to be a co-sponsor of a research study of expats living in Mexico being conducted by Best Places in the World to Retire starting today. To participate, you must be living in Mexico full time or part time. If you participate you will be entered into a drawing for some
After eight years of research by Sinaloa’s scientists and with the support of the Environment and Natural Resources Secretariat (Semarnat), Sinaloa University (UAS) and residents of the Cuitaboca community of San Ignacio, an Environmental Management Unit (UMA) has been created to protect endangered species such as the jaguar and green macaw.Researcher Dra. Yamel Rubio reported that
Last Saturday in a glamorous ceremony at the Angela Peralta Theater, the Carnaval Queen and the Flowers Queen were chosen from 8 candidates. The event included dance shows with choreography by Monica Millan and simulated dragon allegories. The jury elected Viviana Avena as Carnaval Queen and Rosina Yanez as Flowers Queen. Viviana is 22 years
February 2 is Día de la Candelaria (Candlemas), also known as “Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin” or “Presentation of the Lord.” Throughout Mexico on this date people dress up figures of the Christ Child and take him to the church to be blessed, as well as getting together with family and friends
January 19, 2017 A memorial ceremony was held at Public Security offices in the presence of relatives and friends of agent Roberto Esparza Valenzuela, “Robertito”, who died last Tuesday in Culiacán in the line of duty. The event was led by Mayor Fernando Pucheta and the Secretary of Public Security, Lieutenant Colonel Joel Ernesto Soto. At 2:00
On January 14th and 15th the first Oyster Festival at Celestino Gasca Community of Elota Municipio (78 km of Mazatlan-Culiacan Highway) will take place. The venue will be offering their most representative product of the community: Oysters!!. and will be also an opportunity to show their gastronomy to visitors. In addition to oysters the Community
January 6, 2017 Ms. Wendy Hardouin, Ms. Noelle Flores and Ms. Erika Bernal, the Canadian, U.S. and French consuls respectively, visited the renovated Mazatlan Aquarium (Acuario)today. Promoting Mazatlan and the Aquarium was part of the objective. “I’m committed to swim with the sharks”! Said Wendy Hardouin.
The Rosca de Reyes, or ring-shaped pastry is a sweet round cake or oval shape Mexican bread, decorated with slices of crystallized or candied fruit colors. The King’s cake is also called: biscuit, cake or sweet bread to celebrate the Feast of the Three Kings. The celebration of Epiphany via the Rosca de Reyes is a Mexican
December 21, 2016 Hortencia Freeman de Gonzalez passed away today in Mazatlan. She was a distinguished Mazatlan citizen and the Carnaval Flower Queen in 1962. Hortencia is survived by her husband Javier Gonzalez and their son and daughters.
December 19/2016 A traditional Posada at Hogar San Pablo was held this evening. The Posada started with the recitation of the rosary at the chapel followed by a candlelight procession. The attendees enjoyed ponche, tacos and churros in the company of the Hogar’s kids. At every table one or two kids joined the invitees for a casual chat about their school and their
With an investment of 2.5 million pesos, the Tourism Secretary joined with locals in the opening of a new street in Quelite, which included beautification of the building’s facades, new street lighting, benches and sidewalks. The celebration of the street opening also included a traditional Posada for the kids. Dr. Marcos Osuna, owner of the
Mayor Carlos Felton and his wife Sylvia Trevino (Mazatlán DIF President) brought 1,600 blankets to 800 families in need as part of the Cold Support campaign in the Community Center of Lomas del Ébano. “These blankets are not just to keep us warm at home, they are also to warm our hearts” said Ms Trevino, who also