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article Houstonians are getting ready to celebrate their city’s first major citywide celebration of all things Mexican.

The Mexican Festival of Fiesta is scheduled for Oct. 27, and Houston is one of the big draws.

But is it the right place to celebrate the city’s Mexican culture?

The festival is held at the Mexican American Cultural Center, a sprawling complex of buildings in the heart of downtown.

While the building itself has been around since 1893, its history as a museum, restaurant, museum, gallery, and shopping mall stretches back as far as 1910.

The center itself is well-known for hosting Mexican food festivals, but the festival itself is largely a non-event.

The focus of the celebration is the culinary aspect of Mexican culture.

According to the Houston Chronicle, the Mexican Festival will focus on cooking, wine and cheese, and the arts and crafts.

This is the second festival in less than a year.

Last year’s event was a huge success.

According the Houston Business Journal, over 1.4 million people attended the festival, which attracted over 4 million people.

The Houston City Council voted to increase the number of Mexican food vendors to 50,000, and to allow the public to purchase items from vendors at a reduced price.

The festival’s organizers say the festival has generated more than $15 million in revenue.

So how is the festival’s food presented?

A large portion of the festival is free to attend.

In addition to free tacos, the festival offers free meals, snacks, and drinks to attendees.

Some vendors are selling their wares for 50 cents each.

The Festival of Texas Crafts, which has an array of craft goods, including Mexican crafts, handmade jewelry, and more, sells more than 100 items each day.

The food is available for free at the festival and is sold at a variety of restaurants and retail outlets.

The organizers also offer a variety to choose from, from Mexican tacos to corn tortillas to corn dogs.

The Mexican Festival has become one of Houston’s most popular events in recent years.

Attendees have spent hours of the day and nights, especially the weekends, cooking up meals and participating in the festival.

The number of attendees has increased significantly in recent months.

The celebration has been held every year since its inception in 2010.

It has become a way for the community to celebrate Mexican culture, which is considered a part of the Mexican heritage of Texas.

According to the festival website, the idea behind the festival began when the City of Houston and the Mexican Consulate of Houston started a project to host the festival in the center of the city.

The center has been hosting the festival since 2013.

The event was announced in June 2018, and it is currently scheduled for the first weekend of October.

The festival’s main focus is to showcase the cuisine and culture of Mexican cuisine.

There are also food vendors and activities, including live music, dancing, and food tastings.

The Fiesta celebrates the importance of Mexican cultures, which are traditionally considered the best of the best.

Many of the vendors are located near the festival grounds, including some that sell traditional Mexican food.

But there are also Mexican food restaurants and Mexican crafts vendors scattered throughout the area.

According the Festival of Mexican Arts, the event will be an opportunity for people to experience Mexican food and dance, to discover the art of Mexican crafts and craftsmen, and for people of all ages to learn the language of the country and learn more about Mexican history.

The Fiesta is the first event in Houston to feature a Mexican artist in the lineup, and is expected to be a major draw to the city and the country.