Get ready to salsa your way through the holiday season with Unidos' 3rd annual Noche de Fiesta, a community event that brings a slice of Hispanic culture to Mesquite, Texas. In a show of cultural pride and community outreach, the Mesquite Police Department-coordinated program is joining forces with the Mesquite Independent School District and local businesses to throw a fiesta that promises to be all kinds of fun.
The bash is set to quickly become a local tradition, offering a vibrant mix of music, dance, and traditional Hispanic treats. Expect to enjoy the rich sounds of mariachi, watch the swirling skirts of ballet folclórico dancers, and warm up with a mug of hot chocolate—because no one does hot chocolate like the Hispanic community. "Come enjoy music, ballet folclórico, hot chocolate, Hispanic pastries, and more", as per the Mesquite Police Department.
Santa Claus is dropping by too, and he's not coming empty-handed. The jolly old man is set to distribute toys to the children, making the Noche de Fiesta a much-awaited event that combines cultural festivities with seasonal cheer. This family-friendly event is scheduled for Friday, December 15, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Mesquite High School, located at 300 East Davis Street, Mesquite, TX.
You don't have to fork over a dime to join in the fun. Noche de Fiesta is absolutely free for the community because everyone should have the chance to partake in the holiday spirit, regardless of their wallet's weight. This is not just a fiesta, it is a testament to the community's commitment to inclusivity and the celebration of cultural diversity. So clear your calendar, because this is one event you won't want to consciously decide to miss out on. "Don't miss out on this fun event for the whole family", per the Mesquite Police Department.