HOW TO GET THAT CINCO DE MAYO VIBE GOING

Updated: May 3


~ Great Music ~ Comparades ~ Dancing ~ Prizes ~ Trivia ~ Salsa Performance ~


WEDNESDAY, MAY 5TH

ONLINE (Click here to RSVP and get your zoom invite)

6:00 - 7:00PM

DRESS CODE : MEXICAN



HOW TO PREP FOR YOUR CINCO DE MAYO PARTY:

1. Dress Code: Mexican

Chanel some Frida Kahlo in true Mexican style.

Ladies, anything colourful, floral and frilly will work.

Get creative - flowers in your hair, big colourful jewelry,

shawls, white off the shoulder top and a colourful skirt

more tips>>>

As for guys, you can go from classic to cool to bad ass. A simple bandana or a straw hat, tattoos or T-shirt. Any colourful shirt paired with a bandana or a red scarf will do the job! Add a big buckled belt and that would really complete the look. Toss a straw hat into the look and you could be walking down the streets of Los Cabos or Tijuana! more tips here>>>


2. Food & Drinks

The perfect time to savour the delicious flavours of Mexico! Start prepping with these easy, authentic Mexican food recipes and drink recipes right here >>> Get your drinks ready because we will be kicking off with a Mexican drink salute. Get your margaritas or an Aguas frescas>>> refreshing non-alcoholic "fresh waters"

3.Decorate! It isn't a party without the streamers, red, green or yellow table cloths, balloons and streamers. From brightly-colored decorations, like papel picado, to fun interactive pieces, like piñatas and maracas, here are DIY decoration tips>>>(Don't forget there's a prize for best presentation).




Bring out your favourite guacamole, tacos or empanadas, Don Julio and everything Mexican or you can support local and order in from your local restaurant.

Located in the heart of Port Credit, El Jefe is famous for its authentic Mexican cuisine and potent margaritas. Order now for pick up or delivery.




Then simply join your Blueheel friends on line for the best Cinco De Mayo fun:


Learn a new Mexican dance: Will it be a merengue, a Mexican cumbia or folkloric? Find out when you join the party.


Pick up a few Spanish phrases that will make you sound like the locals