G. RockyVet Clinic
RockyVet is a new Vet Clinic in Rocky Point owned by Dr. Adrian Sixto. Amazing experience and passion for what he does. Great english to fully understand how to best serve you and your pets. Offering all necessary services for your pet's care including x-ray equipment, surgery room, wellness room for routine check ups for both cats and dogs.
Located on Cipreces street, 3 blocks behind Numeros store on your left hand side.
Phone: 638 102 0585
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H. December Events
Dec 5,12,16,19,23,26,30.- Nature Talks (2:00 pm).
Dec 5,12,19,26.- Cine martes at Puerto viejo coffee (8:00pm).
Dec8,9,10.- Yard sale at American Legion (9:00-2:00).
Dec 13,20.- Club Rotary, Meet up spot to meet folk in Puerto Peñasco. Happy Hour gathering for visitors, residents, single-folk, couples, etc. Come one, come all! (8:00 am - 9:00 pm).
Dec ,21,28.- Conection Club (4:00 pm).
Dec 16.- Mermaid's Art Market (11:00 am- 3:00 pm).
Dec 17.- Peddling for smiles (8:00 am).
Dec 18.- Christmas concert (6:00 pm).
Dec 19.- "Carmen" permormed by Mariana Zatarain, Dance Center.
Dec 28.- Day of the Innocents (similar to April Fool’s Day) People make jokes during the entired day.
Dec 31.- Wrecked New Years Eve B&W .
Dec 31.- Masquerade Ball.
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I. December Traditional Christmas Parties
Christmas parties called "Posadas" are traditions in Mexico during the Christmas season. For 9 days from December 16th to December 24th, We remember the birth of Jesus. Each of the nine days has a different meaning: humility, strength, detachment, charity, trust, justice, purity, joy and generosity.
In the locality, the Posadas are celebrated from 9 days before Christmas. It is a Catholic tradition, so people pray and sing Christmas carols every day. The landlords offer punch, canes, oranges or tangerines and a bag with sweets and peanuts called collation, without missing the piñatas full of sweets.
The piñata is made with a clay pot giving it the shape of a star with seven peaks, which represent the seven deadly sins and is covered with brightly colored paper, and filled with sweets and fruit, once the piñata represents to the devil. To break it first it hangs, they covers the children eyes with a blind fold, since this represents faith, which allows us to continue without need to see, the wooden stick with which it is stuck represents God, who gives the strength to overcome the temptations.
Once the piñata is broken, the sweets and fruit that it contained fall, which represents the love of God, since by destroying evil God's blessings are obtained. Finally, at the end of the posada, "aguinaldos" (bonus) are distributed, which are small bags with sweets, fruit and snacks.
At present, it has become popular to call a "Posada" to any non-religious festival held between December 16th and 24th.
J. GRANTMACKENZIE JR. RE/MAZ Platinum Living Arizona
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