The community enjoys festivities that celebrate the Meso-American holiday dedicated to remembering and commemorating ancestors; honoring both death and the cycle of life. This vibrant celebration of Dia de Los Muertos features live entertainment, a variety of food, craft vendors, and a special community altar exhibit.
Artesano Market Days was created to contribute to the rich cultural awareness of our regions artisan’s talents, history and traditions and to expand the wealth of these artisans both domestic and foreign. During this festival, the public enjoys two days of International artisan vendors, unique artwork, culturally charged entertainment and more!
Tardeada Zapateada is community celebration for Cinco de Mayo. Tardeada Zapateada brings a deeper cultural awareness of the beauty that this region has to offer. Mission comes out to enjoy an evening of cultural entertainment by local singers, folklorico and mariachi groups. Families also enjoy kid’s entertainment and a variety of local food and artisan vendors.
Every summer MHM along with the local Boys and Girls club and Sharyland H.S. come up with an elaborate summer exhibit and program plan. Children who want to participate in our summer program will have to be registered with the Boys and Girls club. We welcome children of all ages as we create an educational, fun and interactive summer. Contact us for more information.
Movies on the Lawn is a summer series that is FREE and open to the public. Our screening location travels across local community parks. A snack vendor is on standby to satisfy your movie snack cravings! Crafts are also made available to those attending the night under the stars. For more information please contact us.