The way in which the Hispanic Culture celebrates Christmas as well as other holidyas is as diverse as is our nationalities. Each and every country celebrates holidyas in a unique and wonderful way.
A Chilean Christmas
The traditional Chilean Christmas is colorful and warm. Being neighbors with Argentina means that it too has a warm summertime temperature during the season of Christmas. Like so many Hispanic cultures, Chile too has common threads of the season.
Cinco de Mayo Fiesta!
Cinco de Mayo is an occasion to celebrate Mexican identity, music, dance, and food.
Day of the Dead (El Día de los Muertos)
Learn about the history of one of the most interesting Latino celebrations -- Day of the Dead. Although Day of the Dead is observed on November 1st, it is never too early to start planning. Future articles will include craft and recipe ideas. Stay posted!
Hispanic America Christmas (Starting with Advent)
The Hispanic American Christmas is in some ways very similar to that of the old countries from whence we came. Yet in so many other way we differ from the our forefathers.
Hispanic Holiday List with links to related articles
I have compiled a list of Holidays celebrated throughout Latin America. I hope you enjoy learning about each of the holidays. Please check back frequently, as I will write articles and add links for each holiday over time as well as add more holidays as I find them. Happy Holidays!
How Hispanics Celebrate Thanksgiving
Growing up Hispanic in the United States is unique compared to any other experience through out the Latin American world. It is a complex yet full experience in that you find yourself learning and respecting your roots
Mexican Christmas Traditions Posadas
With so many Mexican Nationals moving to the United States as well as Canada, many of us wish to look into the past and present to catch a glimpse
The Hispanic Tradition of the Three Kings Day
The Hispanic Tradition of celebrating the Three King’s Day or El Dia De Los Tres Magos actually holds its roots in Catholic Traditions. In the Catholic Tradition, the 6th of January is set aside to celebrate
The Poinsettia: - Flor De La Noche Buena
The Poinsettia, a Latin American flora, is used to decorate houses through out the world in readiness for Christmas. The history and lore behind this commonly known and celebrated “bloom”, though, is less known
Traditional Christmas in Argentina
Ever wonder what Christmas in Argentina is like? Take a peek at some warm Tradional ways in which Argentineans traditionally celebrate Christmas.
Traditional Hispanic Christmas
In a lot of ways Hispanic and other cultures are very much the same when we celebrate Christmas. Yet there are very unique ways in which we look at and celebrate the Christmas holidays as Hispanics. Come on a journey into the houses and home of those you know and see what Christmas or La Navidad is
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December 12th is celebrated as the feast day of the Virgin de Guadalupe. Every year millions of people celebrate this day. Who was the Virgin? And why is she so important to the Mexican People?
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