Thu. Jul 18th, 2024

I visited Santa Ana’s Cinco de Mayo Fiesta on Saturday, May 1, and took the pictures embedded above.   The event was held on Santa Ana’s historic Calle Cuatro, or 4th Street.

The event was typically commercialized.  I did not see much in the way of historical exhibits, with the exception of a tent with exhibits about the Mexican State of Michoacan.

And as we reported earlier, the biggest story was Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido forcing his opponent’s supporters to take down their “Al Amezcua for Mayor” banners off the booth they paid for.  Read about that by clicking here.



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