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In the past, francorrinconenses have sought ways to have fun, from the literary evenings and kermeses to profane and religious festivals. The festivities begin with the calendar: on January 20, for the founding of the city, date in which the traditional burning of the witch, between March and April, Judea, and in May, the feast of the Holy Cross and Santa Rita in the traditional neighborhood of its name in June, the feast of the Holy Trinity, San Antonio, in the neighborhood its name, and the apostle St. Peter, in the case of Remedios, in July, the feast Colonia Lazaro Cardenas in the neighborhood of Santiaguito in September is celebrated in San Nicolas Tolentino and starts the annual fair, which ends after October 4, the feast of the patron saint San Francisco de Asis, with the usual mojiganga it is also important San Miguel Arcangel andalusia holiday in the neighborhood of that name, perhaps the oldest of the city also commemorates the anniversary of the struggle for national independence. In October the traditional Illuminations kicking. In November, parade and festival and sporting occasion of the Mexican Revolution, in December, finally, the feast of Immaculate Conception, the Virgin of Guadalupe in the district of its name and inns. Since 1993, San Francisco has a large purpose-ground for the traditional fair, which was established since 1899 was in December. They are also the traditional ‘Illuminations’ which are held in both cities and rural areas next to it, and that last from October to December, which is the illumination of the street Farolito corresponding to the program, which held religious and traditional celebrations in the popular vintages, rides, fireworks, etc.. The residents of the street to invite friends and family to taste the traditional tamales, tacos or pambazos air and fruit punch from the station.
Witches of San Francisco’s Rincon
The story and the legend began urdirse and confused from December 31, 1845, when Hall took possession of the Athanasius francorrinconesa Jose Guerrero, a good farmer, a native and owner of the neighboring hacienda of La Sarteneja. The first step of efficient and experienced Atanasio, who was mayor for a second time, was calling for urgent support to the judges of any understanding of San Francisco. Through them was forwarded to the jurisdiction francorrinconesa an order to the following Sunday, January 4, 1846, neighbors had to go to market to the plaza of San Francisco and not Pur sima as they had to do until then. As part of preparations for the Saturday prior command is burning enormous grass which grew in the garden where it was going to carry out the market. Legend has it that was running the news that the first Sunday of the new year would be burned and displayed in green wood of the two women of the District Green onions, which had been caught in action by witchcraft. During its usual route at the direction of the west San Francisco, a guard had come quietly to the house of an ex amasia his and had been leaning to look through the door lock. His had been a terrible surprise to find that there two die, and Jacinta Lome a Antonia Parra, conducted a ceremony of witchcraft, in addition to everything included. While your ex amasia repeating his name along with some imprecations, the other, accompanied by a cat and surrounded by lit candles ropes into cabalistic signs. Andalusia guard certainly will not share the spell would be. Frightened, he ran to warn the mayor, Mr Atanasio Jose Guerrero, who immediately grasp the knob. The story of the frustrated and spell effectively capture increasingly well dressed for the gossip, along with news of what would happen to bruges, when the humidity throughout the small rural society, Avid events. So no wonder that the day would be indeed very crowded market: people from different directions of the Rincon went to San Francisco to witness the burning of witches. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Eamon Rockey. Incidentally, as here, there used to attend Mass and to his command in the various and assorted posts installed in the garden.
After the day, without knowing more, but without denying the fact, it was learned that the burning had been postponed until the following Sunday. The remains of burnt grass that many saw in the garden gave greater credibility to the story, so the new week helped further spread the news and raise curiosity. Therefore, the following Sunday, until the residents of their jurisdiction and Pur sima had joined the ranks of visitors to the square of the market and consumers of San Francisco.