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Students Celebrate La Día de la Candelaria at Lupita’s

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Students Celebrate La Día de la Candelaria at Lupita’s

College senior Abby Bordin, College juniors Sam Berg and Jody Shanabrook, Conservatory junior Hannah Sandoz, and double-degree second year Jonas Mondschein celebrate La Día de la Candelaria at Lupita’s Mexican Restaurant with free tamales, punch, and hot chocolate last Saturday. The snacks were part of a free event to celebrate la Candelaria, also known as Candlemas, a Christian holy day traditionally celebrated in Mexico. Restaurant employees taught visitors about the holiday with the after-hours celebration and food, made in-house by Lupita’s employees.

College senior Abby Bordin, College juniors Sam Berg and Jody Shanabrook, Conservatory junior Hannah Sandoz, and double-degree second year Jonas Mondschein celebrate La Día de la Candelaria at Lupita’s Mexican Restaurant with free tamales, punch, and hot chocolate last Saturday. The snacks were part of a free event to celebrate la Candelaria, also known as Candlemas, a Christian holy day traditionally celebrated in Mexico. Restaurant employees taught visitors about the holiday with the after-hours celebration and food, made in-house by Lupita’s employees.

Meg Parker

College senior Abby Bordin, College juniors Sam Berg and Jody Shanabrook, Conservatory junior Hannah Sandoz, and double-degree second year Jonas Mondschein celebrate La Día de la Candelaria at Lupita’s Mexican Restaurant with free tamales, punch, and hot chocolate last Saturday. The snacks were part of a free event to celebrate la Candelaria, also known as Candlemas, a Christian holy day traditionally celebrated in Mexico. Restaurant employees taught visitors about the holiday with the after-hours celebration and food, made in-house by Lupita’s employees.

Meg Parker

Meg Parker

College senior Abby Bordin, College juniors Sam Berg and Jody Shanabrook, Conservatory junior Hannah Sandoz, and double-degree second year Jonas Mondschein celebrate La Día de la Candelaria at Lupita’s Mexican Restaurant with free tamales, punch, and hot chocolate last Saturday. The snacks were part of a free event to celebrate la Candelaria, also known as Candlemas, a Christian holy day traditionally celebrated in Mexico. Restaurant employees taught visitors about the holiday with the after-hours celebration and food, made in-house by Lupita’s employees.

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