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Aztec Dance Demonstration with Xitlalli Danza Azteca (621-921)

Saturday September 21, 12-2PM

We kick off our Cloud Forest focus with a demonstration by this dramatic Aztec dance group. Costumed in towering plumed headdresses the dancers will perform traditional ritual Aztec dances.



Performance from 12:30-1 PM


About the Cloud Forest


High above the tropical rain forests in Central and South America, the landscape rises to elevations upwards of 6,500 feet, the close tropical air cools to mist and fog and reveals an abundance of mosses, ferns and epiphytes. Amidst a backdrop of every shade of green imaginable, high moisture levels and cool year-round temperatures sustain plants that vie for precious sunlight. Here in San Francisco, conditions are ripe for cloud forest plants. We have mild temperatures and, especially in summer, plenty of fog. We started planting our Mesoamerican Cloud Forest in 1984. Over the decades, this garden has matured to represent a typical cloud forest plant community.



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Photo by Roberto Ariel Vargas

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Photo by Roberto Ariel Vargas

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Photot by Roberto Ariel Vargas

 
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Notes Saturday September 21, 12-2PM  
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