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On a stage erected at the foot (remate) of the Paseo de Montejo, colorful costumed singers and dancers perform traditional entertainment that celebrate's the nation's heritage. Among the food and crafts kiosks, look for Sabrina's Tacos.Find out more »
For Heart of Mérida events, the streets come alive when traffic is cut off on Calle 60 from the Main Plaza to Calle 53. The city runs Corazón de Mérida three times a week.Find out more »
Every Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., selected Mérida streets are closed to cars and trucks, giving way to bicycles.Find out more »
That means Conversations with Friends, and if you didn't know that, then get to the Merida English Library and brush up your Spanish!Find out more »
The last Tuesday of the month is a time for Mérida's community of writers to meet and mingle. Connect with fellow writers and read from your manuscript on an open mic.Find out more »
Every Wednesday morning at 10, the Merida English Library offers Babytime, a storytime activity for younger children.Find out more »
For Heart of Mérida events, the streets come alive when traffic is cut off on Calle 60 from the Main Plaza to Calle 53.Find out more »
Open-air dancing with live music, attracting older and very skilled dancers, with traditional music every Thursday. A tradition for over 40 years now.Find out more »
NOTE: Costs are in pesos. Events are occasionally moved or canceled, or a listing could contain an error, so confirm with the organizer when possible.