Calendar


2022

4 Day Weeks

A few weeks a year are considered short weeks
(four-day weeks) due to a Mexican holiday and are offered at a discount!


  • March 21stNatalicio de Benito Juárez

  • April 11thViernes Santo

  • September 12thIndependence Day

  • November 21stMexican Revolution

 
 

Día de Muertos


  • October 31st - November 4thHanal Pixan

    (“Food for the Souls” in Mayan) One of the most important holidays in Mexico. Build a Day of the Dead altar and share a written piece to honor our loved ones who have passed.


2023

4 Day Weeks

A few weeks a year are considered short weeks
(four-day weeks) due to a Mexican holiday and are offered at a discount!


  • March 20th Natalicio de Benito Juárez

  • April 4thViernes Santo

  • May 1stLabor Day

  • November 20thMexican Revolution

  • December 25thHoliday Week

 
 

Día de Muertos


  • October 30th - November 3rdHanal Pixan

    (“Food for the Souls” in Mayan) One of the most important holidays in Mexico. Build a Day of the Dead altar and share a written piece to honor our loved ones who have passed.


2024

4 Day Weeks

A few weeks a year are considered short weeks
(four-day weeks) due to a Mexican holiday and are offered at a discount!


  • January 1stNew Years Day

    Closed
  • March 4th -8thSpring Break

    Closed
  • March 21stNatalicio de Benito Juárez

    4 day week
  • March 29thViernes Santo

    4 day week
  • May 1stLabor Day

    4 day week
  • November 20thMexican Revolution

    4 day week
  • December 25thHoliday Week

    4 day week
 
 
 
 

Día de Muertos


  • October 31st - November 4thHanal Pixan

    (“Food for the Souls” in Mayan) One of the most important holidays in Mexico. Build a Day of the Dead altar and share a written piece to honor our loved ones who have passed.


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