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Save the Date: Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada returns June 29, 2019

June 29, 2019 — Summertime Tardeada — SAVE THE DATE

FLAGSTAFF — To celebrate and recognize Flagstaff’s Hispanic roots, Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces invites the public to attend to the return of the “Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada — Mariachi and Folklorico Festival” from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 29, 2019 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, 224 S. Kendrick St., Flagstaff.

The event is free and has drawn upwards of 400 visitors in past years.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church is a significant historic site because it was the pride and centerpiece of the Hispanic community when it was built in the late 1920s by Flagstaff Hispanic pioneer families, who had strong bonds to the church.

What is a Tardeada? It’s a vibrant afternoon festival and social dance celebrating Flagstaff’s Hispanic culture and community history.

The festival’s goal is to celebrate the legacy of Flagstaff’s Hispanic culture through entertainment, music, dance, art, food and exhibits.

The Tardeada will feature mariachi and folklorico performances, a tribute to Hispanic veterans in the region, a raffle and Mexican and regular barbecue food sold as a fundraiser.

So escape the triple-digit temperature in most of Arizona, bring your chairs and canopies and enjoy the cooler mountain breezes of Northern Arizona.

More details to come…

To participate as a vendor or sponsor, please send an email to Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces President Delia Munoz at president@flagstaffnuestrasraices.org

Click on photo below to view photos of 2017 Tardeada celebration

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Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces celebrates 2017 Summertime Tardeada Mariachi & Folklorico Festival

Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces celebrates ‘2016 Summertime Tardeada’

Record crowd attends 2nd annual ‘Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada and Oldies Car Show’

Northern Arizona veteranos honored at Tardeada 2015

Car show adds shine to Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada 2015

Mariachi Sol Azteca & Compania de Danza Folklorica Arizona make successful return to Tardeada 2015

Community dances the day, night away to sounds of Grupo Fierro of Tucson at Tardeada 2015

Inaugural ‘Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada and Oldies Car Show’ on June 28 draws larger than expected crowds

 

Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces announces dates of upcoming events

After a bit of a break following the winter holiday season, it’s time for Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces to start planning for a number upcoming events in 2016.

> May 6 — Save the Date: Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces to present First Friday Art event at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church Cultural Center. Details to come.

> May 14 — Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces will participate in the Museum of Northern Arizona’s Children’s Festival. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 14. Click here for more information.

05-19-12 Armed Forces Parade03> May 21 — Save the Date: Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces to participate in annual Armed Forces Day Parade and Veterans Fest, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 21, downtown Flagstaff. Click here for more information.

> June 3 —  Tentative: Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces to present First Friday Art event at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church Cultural Center. Details to come

06-27-15 Tardeada09> June 25 — Save the Date: Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces to present Third Annual “Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada & Car Show” at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church Cultural Center. Event traditionally includes mariachi and folklorico performances, a Hispanic veterans recognition presentation, food and a raffle. Details to come.

10-23-15 Celebraciones-02> Oct. 22-23 — Save the Date: The Museum of Northern Arizona and Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces to present the 13th annual “Celebracions de la Gente,” with the member’s preview to be held from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21. Celebraciones will open to the public on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 22 and 23. Fine art and unique crafts, Mariachi music, Folklorico dancing, colorful and elaborate ofrendas (altars), insightful heritage programs, and Day of the Dead inspired crafts for the kids. Click here for more information.

Photo by Frank X. Moraga ©2015 AmigosNAZ

> Late October/early November — Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces tentatively scheduled to participate in the annual “Día de los Muertos Celebration” at Snowdrift Art Space, Historic Route 66, downtown Winslow. Details on date, time to come. Click here for information on the 2014 and 2015 Día de los Muertos Celebrations.

OLG Feast Day20> Dec. 11 — The annual “Celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe Procession” will tentatively begin at 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, 224 S. Kendrick St., Flagstaff. The procession will conclude with a reception at the Fire Station No. 2 (1701 Ponderosa Parkway), before proceeding up the Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces 300-plus luminaria lit road to San Franscisco de Asis Catholic Church, 1600 E Rte 66, Flagstaff. Details to come.

> Dec. 12 — The annual “Celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe Mariachi Mass,” which includes the lighting by Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces of about 200 luminaries, will tentatively begin at 7 a.m. Monday, Dec. 12 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, 224 S. Kendrick St., Flagstaff. Details to come.

Details subject to change. For more information, send an email to contact@flagstaffnuestrasraices.org or info@flagstaffnuestrasraices.org

2nd annual Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada and Oldies Car show to be held Saturday, June 27 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church

Click here to see images from the 2014 tardeada

June 27

Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church and Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces invite the public to attend its second annual “Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada” fiesta from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday, June 27 to celebrate and recognize Flagstaff’s Hispanic roots.

What is a Tardeada? It’s a vibrant afternoon festival and social dance celebrating Flagstaff’s Hispanic culture and community history.

The Flagstaff Summertime Tardeada will take place at the parking lot of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 224 S. Kendrick St., Flagstaff. The church is a significant site because it was the pride and centerpiece of the Hispanic community when it was built in the late 1920s by Flagstaff Hispanic pioneer families, who had strong bonds to the church.

The festival’s goal is to celebrate the legacy of Flagstaff’s Hispanic culture through entertainment, music, dance, art, food and exhibits.

The entertainment stage will feature Ballet Folklorico de Colores – Flagstaff; dance music presented by Grupo Fierro; Mariachi Nueva Melodía from Tucson; Compania de Danza Folklorica Arizona from Tucson and the showcase group, Mariachi Sol Azteca from Tucson.

There will also be an “Oldies” car show (from the early ’60s back to the 1940s). The event will also include a tribute to Hispanic pioneers and Hispanic veterans in the region, free activities for children and a raffle (Must be present to win). Mexican and regular barbeque food will also be sold as a fundraiser for the Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces’ Cultural Heritage Fund.

Bring your chairs. Canopies are allowed.

A Mariachi Mass will then be held at 10 a.m. Sunday, June 28 at the Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church with Mariachi Sol Azteca.

That will be followed a second Mariachi Mass at 12:15 p.m. Sunday, June 28 at San Francisco de Asis Church, 1600 East Route 66, Flagstaff.

The public is invited to both events. Visit www.flagstaffnuestrasraices.org,  http://www.flagstaffnuestrasraices.com or send an email to contact@flagstaffnuestrasraices.org for more information.