Here are some of the events scheduled for this year.
Every Monday night, Danza Temachtia Quetzalcoatl is practiced in an intimate group “strongly committed to providing a place for physical, social, cultural, and spiritual growth.”
Tuesday’s instructors teach Son Jarocho classes where students can “learn how to play the beautiful music of Veracruz, Mexico with la jarana, your voice, your feet, and your soul!”
Young warriors meet Wednesdays and give leadership opportunities to young adults in the community. Transforming into a warm place for healing with activities such as preparing sugar skulls for a skull painting workshop.
Friday nights are reserved for open mics and spoken word, where anyone can express themselves in a comfortable environment. Tambourines and shakers are distributed to the audience to use as a way to give praise.
Tia Chuchas started as a coffee shop and grew into a nonprofit space for people in the area to come together. Today, it maintains traditional Mexican culture by passing on traditions to younger generations.