Tagged: tradition

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Christmas at Kuaua – Lighting Up Pueblo Ruins of The Past

An Evening at Coronado Historic Site I love experiencing cultural traditions! Living in my new New Mexico home, I am getting out and experiencing everything.  High on the list, December light displays!  Scouring the internet, I found “Christmas in Kuaua”...

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Celebration in the Oaks – The Holidays in New Orleans City Park

Amazing Holiday Lights Fill the Oaks New Orleans is a city always up to something BIG!  Celebration in the Oaks is no exception. I determined this year that I would make time and see some of holiday light displays that...

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Who Says Only Nights Were Made For Dancing?

Dancing the Morning Away – Cafe Des Amis I’ve learned so many new things from living in Louisiana the past 10 years.  I’m a northern gal by birth, but a lover of cultures in my soul.  Friends mentioned Cafe Des...

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Peeking Into The Cajun Creole Culture – Vermilionville

Long before Indiana Jones was a household name, I was a teenager with thoughts of becoming an Archeologist.  Exploring the past and learning about cultures fascinated me.  Cahokia Mounds, an archeological site near my home, offered summer youth digs. I thought it...

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