Mundo Latino, the Latino exhibit presents LUCHA LIBRE, the History Behind the Mask. The exhibit covers the history and significance of the Luchadores (masked wrestlers), from its conception to current day.
Featured inside the Women's Museum are daily attractions of the exhibit, great shopping of Mexican jewelry, clothes, purses and textiles from Latin America and lively presentations of Latin music and dance.
Open daily from 10:00 am - 7:00 pm. Entrance is FREE.
Mundo Latino, Celebration of Cultures, the Latino exhibit presented during Hispanic Heritage month at The State Fair of Texas, September 27 – October 20, 2013 in Dallas, Texas is produced by Strategic Events.
In its Eightteenth year at the State Fair, Mundo Latino features an exhibit highlighting the rich Latino culture. The theme changes every year featuring dance, music, food and educational programs from artists and groups representing the Latin world including Mexico, Spain, Central & South America, and the United States.
The State Fair of Texas, the largest state fair in the country, is the perfect setting for this Latino cultural exhibit. Mundo Latino is presented in The Womens Museum: an Institute for the Future in Fair Park on 3800 Parry Avenue. “Lucha Libre” is the theme for the 2013 Mundo Latino at the State Fair of Texas.
Additional daily attractions include:
• Art, Photography & Media presentations •Food and Product Sampling •Health Checks • A Mercado, Mundo Latino’s unique marketplace of cultural products from Mexico, Spain, Central & South America.
The purpose of the exhibit is to provide a healthy undated version of the most popular and traditional foods of Mexico and other Latin countries by exploring alternative recipes, seasonings, foods, and other ingredients for a healthy and tasty meal for the whole family.
Join in the Celebration of Cultures by being a partner of this annual exhibit!
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