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MY Chiquitinas
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MY Chiquitinas

Wendy Ramírez is a young architect and visual artist from León, Guanajuato. She had previously exhibited her art work at CI Banco here in San Miguel de Allende, but her current exhibit is now at Café Santa Ana, located inside the Biblioteca.

Upcoming International Writers’ Conference to be held Online
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Upcoming International Writers’ Conference to be held Online

The 16th San Miguel International Writers’ Conference, organized by a local NGO, startet on Oct 11. The conference, which will be held online in a 6-month series, is devoted to readers, writers, and everything related to books. It has become one of the most sought after, prestigious literary events in the world.

Paola Tinoco en Primera Plana: Cuentos breves para leer en el celular
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Paola Tinoco en Primera Plana: Cuentos breves para leer en el celular

Esta Temporada Literaria en Línea del Festival de Escritores en San Miguel arranca con dos talleres en el mes de octubre. Paola Tinoco, ofrecerá el taller de Escritura Portátil. En entrevista con el Festival nos habla del relativamente nuevo género literario conocido como el microrrelato.

El Sindicato to Present a Theatrical Opera
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El Sindicato to Present a Theatrical Opera

The community cultural center, El Sindicato, will offer the theatrical opera "Fireflies do not Fly" as part of its 25th anniversary celebration. The performance will be free of charge and all the health protocols established by the municipal government will be observed.

Presents to Harry Ally, Painter
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Presents to Harry Ally, Painter

Artist Harry Ally and his wife Suzanne recently chose San Miguel de Allende as their home. And the community is enriched by this choice.

Online Concert: Tango y Camino
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Online Concert: Tango y Camino

Keila will sing tangos and milongas for us, in a concert of approximately 40 minutes, which will be broadcast live from our beautiful Santa Ana Theater, on Thursday, October 8, starting at 6pm.

Long Live Music!
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Long Live Music!

The city’s Directorate of Culture and Traditions introduces a new and exciting audiovisual production titled “Qué Bonita es Esta Vida” (how beautiful is this life.)