Posted: Sep 15, 2012 4:30 PM by Lacey Steele
We're a little less than a week away from the Chile and Frijoles Festival in Pueblo!
This year, you'll see some new sights, including the Fiesta Village right beside the El Pueblo History Museum.
Fiesta Village will have authentic mexican food, live mariachi music, and more!
The festival has grown so much over the years, now stretching to the Riverwalk.
People at the museum say the new additions are a way to do something fun in the original place the festival started.
"It's a beautiful complex, and we want to invite people to learn about Pueblo's origins because this is where it took place," said Deborah Espinosa, Director of the El Pueblo History Museum. "We have the old El Pueblo Trading Post here, and we want to share in the celebration."
If you want to visit the museum, it's also open during the festival.
The festival it kicks off next Friday at 3:00 along Union Avenue and continues through Sunday evening.
The cost to get in is $2.
Children under 12 are free.