During the event, led by Mayor Norma Treviño, the city of Eagle Pass also participated.
By: Edmundo Garza Lara
Black Stones, Coahuila; May 22, 2022.- The second edition of the Cultural Carnival achieved the participation of more activities, exhibitions and events, in order to offer a greater variety of entertainment for all members of the family and encourage visiting the Great Plaza and the venues that are around it.
During the event, led by Mayor Norma Treviño, the city of Eagle Pass participated, through the exhibition of old photographs and the presentation of a couple of books, among several other activities.
In her message, the director of Inclusion and Social Development, Jessica Velazquez, thanked Treviño Galindo for being able to carry out this type of event that allows Casa de las Artes, the Museos de la Frontera and El Chapulín to be promoted as dependencies that promote culture and the art.
Ms. Velazquez Castellanos said that thanks to the Cultural Carnival that takes place every month, the students of the different workshops of those venues as well as the municipal DIF can show what they have learned.