Cinco de Mayo EC San Diego

EC San Diego celebrated Cinco de Mayo in style.  The reception area exploded with festive colors and music.  At lunch, students fiested on Mexican cuisine catered by Mr. Taco.  Lunch was followed by an extremely famous Mexican tradition, the breaking of a pinata.  A pinata is a brightly-colored decoration made of papier-mache and filled with treats.  It is broken by a blind-folded person who hits it forcefully in order to have the candies spill out for everybody to enjoy.  Check out the photos below!

Happy Cinco de Mayo!!
Happy Cinco de Mayo!!

 

Paolo serenades students.
Paolo serenades students.

 

EC Pinata
EC Pinata
Yummmyyyyyy Mexican food!
Yummmyyyyyy Mexican food!
A student wacks at the pinata!
A student wacks at the pinata!
EC San Diego's current youngest student swings at the pinata.
EC San Diego's current youngest student swings at the pinata.
Martha, EC San Diego Center Director, blindfolds a student.
Martha, EC San Diego Center Director, blindfolds a student.
Julie tries to hit the EC pinata.
Julie tries to hit the EC pinata.
Hola Amigos!
Hola Amigos!
Sang Hee successfully breaks open the pinata.
Sang Hee successfully breaks open the pinata.

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