Mazatlan bazaars are here to stay and Mercado Rosa is one of them


And since it was a bazaar with a cause, they managed to adopt dogs and cats from Friends of the Animals.

MAZATLAN.- Bazaars are in fashion and here to stay. They are spaces where entrepreneurs can give themselves the opportunity to offer what they have, give the best of themselves, and get to know each other among the locals, as happened in Mercado Rosa.  

The Ciudades Hermanas park was the esplanade for this bazaar, which, for almost 10 editions, managed to bring together nearly 90 enterprises, including food, accessories, clothing, plants, and even footwear. Scented candles? There was also.  

They regularly start in the afternoon, this one started at 5:00 p.m., and between the music, the dance and the tour they take through each space, you are already taking that keyring, a bracelet, or even a piercing.  

There is color, flavor and smells, you go through the most craving snacks such as peanuts, the sweetest, between ice cream and cakes, the classic corn and if you did not eat at home, there is a variety of tacos that you can enjoy, the stew that you like the most like. There are American snacks, the ones you only see in the movies, and a vanilla-flavored soda.  

Walking between each stall in the bazaar is looking for what most catches your attention, what you weren’t looking for or didn’t know you needed, perhaps a plant for the desk you have in the office, or a hand-knitted top to go to the beach.  

Not only that, even the theme of the bazaars is even with social work, the Friends of the Animals shelter took a few to be adopted and more than one did find a new family that will soon take them home.  

These types of spaces are here to stay and in June a few more are coming to the agenda to find everything you need or simply give you the opportunity to meet new people, and new businesses and support the local market. 



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