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Puebla: The Story of Cinco de Mayo

- A FREE bilingual family show -
Calpulli celebrates the culture and people of Puebla through folkloric and contemporary dance, live music and elaborate costuming.

Saturday, May 18
5pm - Fiesta Feast hosted by Grupos de Madres and Southold Mothers Club 

Free food and family fun

6pm - Performance

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*The presentation of Calpulli Mexican Dance Company was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts' National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Foundation and the Mellon Foundation.


We are reminding all attendees at CAST events to be respectful of our performers and your fellow attendees by refraining from talking, using your phone or demonstrating any disruptive behavior.


About Puebla: The Story of Cinco de Mayo

An Educational Journey to "Puebla: The Story of Cinco de Mayo" tells a universal tale of the underdog fighting impossible odds designed specifically for students and teachers. The setting is the Battle of Puebla when a small army of Mexican soldiers and commoners defeated the French army, the strongest military force of the time, on the 5th of May (Cinco de Mayo), 1862. Through folkloric and contemporary dance, live music and elaborate costuming, Calpulli elaborates on the history of the now-famous date and celebrates the culture and people of Puebla.  More info:


About CAST:

Since 1965, CAST has been serving vulnerable and low-income individuals and families on the North Fork of Long Island. CAST provides a critical safety net helping address food, housing, employment and healthcare insecurity with dignity and compassion.  We serve a diverse population that includes children, older residents, people living with disabilities, single parents, veterans, the working poor, and people seeking employment. CAST is committed to helping people achieve economic security through education and workforce training. We offer many programs and services, including various food relief and nutrition programs, benefit application and emergency assistance, a sharing room with clothes and household items, advocacy and referrals, a wide array of education programs for children and adults, including an early literacy program, summer program, ESL, computer and citizenship classes, a culinary skills program as well as an arts & culture program, and much more.  More info:

Hosted By

Community Action-Southold Town


CAST Center for Advocacy, Support and Transformation, Main Road, Southold, NY, USA

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