Mexican Independence Day
Date When Celebrated : September 16th
Mexican Independence Day celebrates Mexico's Independence from Spain. Like the U.S. Independence Day, this day is celebrated in Mexico with parades, fiestas, fireworks, and picnics.
Mexican Independence Day History:
In 1810, Father Miguel Hidalgo of Dolores, Mexico was planning a revolt to free the country from Spanish rule. On September 15, 1810 at 11:00 pm, Father Hidalgo rang his church bell to call his parishioners, and rally them to fight off Spanish rule. He then made a speech to his congregation, and the fight for freedom began.
Today, Mexican people mark this very special holiday, by repeating the ringing of the bells at 11:00 pm on the 15th. It is followed by a day of celebrations on the 16th.
Viva Mexico! Have a happy Mexican Independence Day!
Ecards We've got you covered with free Ecards for just about any other holiday, occasion, event, or no event at all!
Recipe of the Day: Mexican Goulash
Flower of the Day: Anemone
Outdoor storage for your backyard, balcony, deck and garden.
In all shapes and sizes.
Find the perfect fit for your outdoor storage needs.
Garden Seeds on Sale Hundreds of varieties of brand name seeds. The best quality at the lowest prices...anywhere!
Pest Netting - protect your trees from deer
Fourth of July |
St. Patrick's Day |
| Chinese New Years | Labor Day | New Year's | Valentine's Day | Holiday Recipes |
Copyright 2000-2018: Holiday Insights © By Premier Star Company