Noche Cultural is an annual event featuring family activities celebrating the history, traditions and folklore of Mexico with live music, dance, workshops, art food and much more. Food and beer will be available for purchase. It is a gathering meant to celebrate both family and community. The event showcases Charreria, the practice of horsemanship and roping.
From 3 - 7 p.m., activities include Aztec Dance, Folkloric Ballet, sack races, piñatas, face painting, table games, craft and music workshop, art exhibition, bounce house, rope tricks, raffle and informational tabling. On the main stage from 3 - 10 p.m., there will be additional live music and dance featuring Huecha Omeyocan Aztec Dance, Marimba Chapwititi, Piel Canela Duo, Folkloric Ballet Mexico en la Piel, Folkloric Ballet Alma de Mexico, Charros of Oregon, Son Jorocho, Cumbia with Los Cumbiamberos and Salsa with Orchestra Descarga 54.