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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Celebrate Mexican heritage on Cinco de Mayo (the fifth of May) across the US with festive margaritas, salsa and chips, and singing and dancing.

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Cinco de Mayo is mostly celebrated in the US and Puebla, Mexico, where the Battle of Puebla took place, a Mexican victory over the French. Food is a big part of the celebration, including salsa and chips and, of course, an icy cold margarita.

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