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Fiesta Wear

Costume and Accessories Sales


If you don’t yet have your outfits for Fiesta weekend—or if you want to add to your festive wardrobe—be sure to check out Old Spanish Days Annual Fiesta Costume Sale this Saturday, July 10, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Carriage and Western Art Museum (129 Castillo St.). At the sale will be traditional Spanish and Mexican garb and accessories for men, women, and children. The bounty of items comes from dance schools clearing out their inventory, as well as from costume and accessory vendors. If you have any Fiesta-style clothing (e.g., shawls, Spanish skirts, etc.) or want to reserve a table ($5), call the Old Spanish Days office at 962-8101.

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