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2829 16th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20009, United States

The cultural branch of the Mexican embassy shares its rich south-of-the-border traditions with a variety of public events, many of which are free. Check the center’s calendar for festive celebrations of national holidays; gallery talks and exhibits (shows for 2012: folk art masks, and Jaina figurines and Mayan rituals); and cooking demos and dinners starring the popular TV host of Pati’s Mexican Table.

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Mexican Cultural Institute

The cultural branch of the Mexican embassy shares its rich south-of-the-border traditions with a variety of public events, many of which are free. Check the center’s calendar for festive celebrations of national holidays; gallery talks and exhibits (shows for 2012: folk art masks, and Jaina figurines and Mayan rituals); and cooking demos and dinners starring the popular TV host of Pati’s Mexican Table.