Alonzo and Yoli Cantu Celebrated the Lighting of the Tree
As part of the celebration of the 6th Annual Season of Hope Arts Festival, Alonzo and Yoli Cantu lighted the Christmas tree initiating a three-day event that began on November 29, 2019. The event took place at the McAllen’s Art Village on Main.
A Season of Hope Arts Festival will continue Saturday, December 14 beginning at 10:00 a. m. and ending at 5:00 p. m. Come out and appreciate McAllen High School’s nationally recognized mariachi group, Mariachi Oro, as they perform, throughout the day. Shop at the assortment of professional artists’ booths as they exhibit and sell their masterpieces of jewelry, paintings, photographs, sculptures and other media. Exhibiting artists had to go through a lengthy selection process before being chosen to participate in this annual event. All works of art that are for sale at A Season of Hope Arts Festival are original, hand-crafted pieces. Most are one of a kind.
Don’t miss the demonstrations on Saturday, December 14! The South Texas Ink and Clay Klub (STICK), will have clay wheels at A Season of Hope Arts Festival and will be throwing clay during the festival. A Make Your Mark community live painting will be worked on as well as a dance performance by Susy’s Dance at 3:00 p. m. Social Confidential. Photos by Roberto Hugo Gonzalez