Madera residents celebrate art and culture
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A celebration of culture and arts brought dozens of families to Madera's Courthouse Park Saturday.
The Nuestra Plaza honored the creativity of indigenous women. Artists re-created traditional Oaxacan Plazas, giving the public a chance to experience traditional dances, music, clothing, and food from the ancestral Mexican culture.
Saturday's event was part of the Tamejavi culture and arts series.
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