Luis Abarca has accumulated one of the largest private collections of Mexican artwork in the area, a sign of his commitment to the culture of his homeland. Pieces from his stash are on display at the Arvada Center this fall as part of its continued support of Colorado’s Mexican community and heritage. Daily, times vary.
Originally written as a short story by American writer Munro Leaf and later adapted into a Disney film, Ferdinand is the story of a young, peace-loving bull who refuses to fight in the rings of Madrid. Instead, he prefers to sit under his favorite cork tree and smell the flowers.
Flamenco meets fitness in this stunning on-stage collaboration. The Kim Robards Dance company, known for dynamic choreography and stunning athleticism, takes the stage with Fiesta Colorado, a troupe dedicated to preserving the cultural heritage of Mexican dance traditions.
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