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It is Still Not Too Late to Vote

It is Still Not Too Late to Vote

Many U.S. citizens in San Miguel de Allende have already voted in the general election. They have received their ballots and have sent them back to the U.S. via embassy mail pouch, email, and fax. But for those who have not yet voted, it still isn’t too late to try!

Welcome back to La Biblioteca!

Welcome back to La Biblioteca!

Our doors were closed for a lot longer than we ever imagined when the Covid-19 pandemic spread around the world. As an institution, we did our part in the overall effort to stem the spread of the virus in our community, while trying to maintain some form of normality within our walls.

Expatriates Will Have Free Access to Flu Vaccine

Expatriates Will Have Free Access to Flu Vaccine

The Guanajuato Department of Hygiene has an estimated 35,000 free influenza vaccinations available for San Miguel de Allende residents. Jorge Vidargas, director of Sanitary Jurisdiction II, said that the vaccinations would cost between 2,000 and 3,000 pesos each in a private clinic or pharmacy.

ART

Hacienda La Aurora, Art & Design Center

Hacienda La Aurora, Art & Design Center

Discover this new contemporary art and design center made up of 12 studios, galleries, boutiques and a restaurant at the end of a small alley located in Calzada de la Aurora # 48-A, one block from Fábrica La Aurora in the center of San Miguel de Allende.

Art in times of Coronavirus

Art in times of Coronavirus

"Art allows us to bring out what we have inside." Daniel Martínez Carrillo or "Persak" is an artist from Mexico City, who came to San Miguel de Allende with a message of conscience and art.

José Luis Arias: An exemplary artist in San Miguel

José Luis Arias: An exemplary artist in San Miguel

José Luis is a visual artist from Mazatlán, Sinaloa. He has been working for the past 25 years as art gallery director and docent. At present, he has a studio in the Hotel Sierra Nevada location across from the wash basins near El Chorro. He conducts classes at this location and he also creates his works of art here.

Becoming Art

Becoming Art

Art may not be considered an essential business, but it is an essential part of life. It helps us understand the world around us and promotes creativity, which helps us cope with grief and adapt to new challenges. In the post-pandemic world, we will need to tap into our deepest reservoirs of adaptability.

NGO NEWS

Racism and Identity

Racism and Identity

The problem of racism has captured public attention in the United States as tens of thousands of protesters fill the streets of every major city as well as many small towns. Largely peaceful protestors.

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