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Going out to eat? Need something to do tonight? A place to stay? Publish or learn of a Public Service? or simply just want to take advantage of the giveaways? You're on the right website!! McAllen is growing, becoming more metropolitan and we want you to keep up.  We want tourists to visit McAllen for vacation and for  McAllen citizens to enjoy their staycation as much as possible.

We are Lizbeth and Carlos Muriel.

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Royal Cupcake Event


85th Annual Independence Day Celebration


3rd Annual Administrative Professionals Day Luncheon and Style Show

Please join us Wednesday, April 24th at the McAllen Convention Center Ballroom for the 3rd Annual Administrative Professionals Day Luncheon and Style Show.

This unique event has been designed to recognize and celebrate the advancing role of administrative support staff in our business community. Each attendee will be treated to a three-course meal, a Spring fashion show, networking opportunities and fabulous door prizes.

Tickets to the event are $15 each, single tickets as well as tables of 8 are available for purchase. For more ticket and event information please contact Angela at 956.681.3882 or by email at


Wednesday, April 24, 2013

McAllen Convention Center Ballroom

Doors open at 11:30 AM

Event is from 12 PM - 1 PM

$15 per person

Attendee Registration Form.pdf



McAllen Convention Center

McAllen Convention Center
700 Convention Center Blvd
(956) 681-3800


Huehuetl Performers Thursday Evening At Quinta Mazatlan

Huehuetl artistic musicians, all the way from Guadalajara, will be performing at Quinta Mazatlan on Thursday, October 18th, 6 pm to 7 pm.  Guests of all ages will enjoy a melodic journey into the past outdoors in McAllen, Texas.  Tickets will be at the Quinta Mazatlan gates for $5.00 per person.
The performers are second generation of Huehuetl, raised in the tradition of their parents.  Their paternal lineage is that of ceremonial music makers.  For generations their ancestors created and played instruments used only for sacred indigenous ceremonies.  All the instruments were handed down by family members and made from the earth and her sacred animals.  The costumes themselves are considered sacred ceremonial regalia.

The Aztec culture used a variety of wind and percussion instruments to make music.  Most popular wind instruments included clay flutes and conch shell trumpets.  Aztec percussion instruments included rattles, rasps, shakers and a variety of drums.  The most important of these was the huehuetl-a large vertical hand drum covered with stretched animal hide.
The McAllen Nature Speaker Series takes place Thursday evenings through April 2013 and is proudly sponsored by Thurmond Eye Associates.  The program fee is $5 per person and no advance reservation is required. Quinta Mazatlan, the McAllen Wing of the World Birding Center is located at 600 Sunset in McAllen, one block south of La Plaza Mall on 10th Street. For more information contact Quinta Mazatlan at (956) 681-3370 or visit


RGV Top Chef