‘Holiday’ News

Mays Days to Remember

May Days Are Just Around the Corner May is one of the busier months of the year in Mexico, with a mountain of special days to consider if you either work or study here. Please take into account these dates before making any major plans....

Semana Santa Dates to Remember

TBC School is out for over 200 thousand students in BCS for Semana Santa Vacations. Kids will be out of school on Friday, March 27th and not returning until Monday, April 13th. Please be aware that several government offices will be closed for the week...

Flag Day in Mexico

TBC Mexico’s Flag Day (Día de la Bandera) is annually observed on February 24 to honor the country’s flag. National flag celebrations take place every year on the week of February 24 in Mexico. The current Mexican flag has been officially in use since 1968,...

Thanksgiving Dinner for FANLAP

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner and help send adolescents of impoverished neighborhoods to junior and senior high school. November 27 at 7:30 p.m. at Restaurant Nim, Revolucion and Hidalgo. For 500 pesos you will enjoy a wonderful traditional Thanksgiving dinner: turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and...

20 de Noviembre – Revolution Day in Mexico

20 de Noviembre – Revolution Day in Mexico On November 20th, Mexico celebrates the anniversary of its Revolution of 1910 to 1920. On this date, in the year 1910, the war to overthrow the dictator Porfirio Díaz, began. General Porfirio Díaz had been in power...

Holiday Monday Coming Up….

Just to let you know… Banks, most government offices and some businesses will be closed to celebrate the birthday of Benito Juarez on Monday, March 17th, 2014. The holiday has been lately observed on the third Monday of March — his actual birthday is March...

Happy Dia de Reyes!

On January 6th, the Kings Day in Mexico, known as the Día de Reyes, will be celebrated in La Paz by families holding onto the traditions of years past. On Kings Day, which has a religious background, children in Mexico receive gifts brought to them...