The ice skates are here, all lined up and ready to go!
Workers from DF were installing the ice rink today. They told us they plan to freeze it tomorrow, and then turn it over to the city on Friday.
The Christmas Fair, the reason we’ve had major traffic jams all week in front of the Bosque de la Ciudad/City Park, is scheduled to open on Saturday.
It is going to look great! Workers have built small houses and shops out of wood and sheet rock. Tomorrow they’ll be painted, and we’re told they will be selling Christmas items.
There were oversized gifts, also made out of wood and sheet rock, which had already been painted. They are right at what looks to be the entrance.
There were lights galore, wrapping palm trees, overhead supports, arches, and the new buildings. At night it is going to look spectacular.
There looks to be a petting zoo, a wishing well, and, of course, a large Nativity scene.
There is a stage for performances, and no doubt we’ll hear a choir or two.
And, best of all for the kiddos or young at heart, there are carnival rides!
The rides include a gondola or ski-lift-type ride leading right up to our new and temporary ice skating rink!
Be sure to stop by and check it out! This looks to be a wonderful new addition to the Christmas holiday for Mazatleco families.