The City of Puebla, through the Municipal Institute of Art and Culture (IMACP), held the parade Huehues in the first frame of the city as part of the activities of the Festival of Puebla Huehues 2015. In an atmosphere of peace and respect, with about 10,000 attendees, this event was held in collaboration with the Association of Huehues AC Angelopolitana
Puebla Huehues Festival 2015 is a celebration dedicated to the carnival and Huehues. Anel Christmas Eve, Director of IMACP mentioned that one of the commitments of Mayor Tony Gali is to promote, preserve and conserve the cultural heritage of Puebla on citizenship spreading knowledge and practice of so important as the dance tradition Huehues promoting actions inclusive generating and preserving intangible cultural properties, artistic and cultural, tourist and craft activities.
With an unprecedented and well attended, thousands of families were able to enjoy the excitement and color Huehues 15 crews throughout the city, including: Nahui Xochitelpoch auxiliary board San Miguel Canoa, Amiguitos the neighborhood Xonaca, Traditions and Customs of barrio El Alto, Creative image dwelling unit Manuel Rivera Anaya, Real Hueyotlipan auxiliary board Hueyotlipan San Felipe, the Revolutionary auxiliary board Xochimehuacán San Pablo, Lomas May 5 colony May 5, the Fountain Xanenetla neighborhood, Los Charros auxiliary board Caleras San Jerónimo, La Rivera Manuel Rivera Anaya of unity, Camachos Organization auxiliary board of La Libertad, Azteca image and Quetzalcoatl of the Miguel Hidalgo.
Huehues parade went smoothly thanks to the coordination of the departments of the Interior, Public Security and Traffic Municipal, Civil Protection and Operator Service Agency Clean.
The activities of the Festival of Puebla 2015 Huehues end on Wednesday February 11 with the presentation of women Gang Maringuillas Quetzalcoatl in the square of The Toads promptly at 18:00 hrs.
The Municipal Institute of Art and Culture of Puebla invited to continue throughout the program of cultural activities this month on the website www.imacp.gob.mx or social networksIMACP IMACP on Twitter or Facebook: IMACP. Reports also on mobile 01 (222) 232 63 00 Ext. 105.