This Fall, brothers Manuel Abeiro and Modesto Horta are returning to Margaritas to exhibit and demonstrate the art of traditional mask making and wood carving. Coming from a long family tradition of mask making and wood carving, the Horta family is recognized as some of the best traditional mask makers in Mexico. Manuel Abeiro Horta particularly enjoys carving animal masks and adorning them with hair and whiskers made from the hide of wild boars. Modesto Horta is known for his elaborately carved devil masks. The masks are painted using automobile based paints. The mask are traditionally used by dancers, who parade from street to street reenacting ancient plays and dances. Both brothers have their masks on exhibit United States, Mexico, and of course in some of our restaurants!
All restaurant apprearances are from 4:00 to 9:00pm.
Sunday, October 8 – Augusta Margaritas
Thursday, October 12 – Nashua Margaritas
Thursday, October 19 – Orono Margaritas
Sunday, October 22 – Auburn Margaritas
Wednesday, October 25 – Waltham Margaritas
Sunday, October 29 – Mystic Margaritas
Wednesday, November 1 – Medford Margaritas
Sunday, November 5 – Framingham Margaritas
Wednesday, November 8 – Methuen Margaritas
Sunday, November 12 – Dover Margaritas
Wednesday, November 15 – Portsmouth Margaritas
Sunday, November 19 – Northborough Margaritas