Cinco De Mayo

Cinco De Mayo facts and information.


On May 6, the town of Greybull hosted a Cinco De Mayo celebration of Hispanic Heritage.

The Hispanic Heritage Celebration celebrating Cinco De Mayo and Greybull’s diverse population was a very fun place to be when people were bored and wanted to celebrate.  Although celebrating Cinco de Mayo [the 5th of May], Greybull’s celebration was held on Friday, May 6.

The official holiday celebrates the anniversary of Mexico’s victory over the Second French Empire at the Battle of Puebla in 1862.

Greybull’s Hispanic Heritage Celebration had people coming from all around to join the fun. With all of the great food and people, it was very enjoyable to attend.

According to Mrs. Wilson, a member of the sponsoring Greybull Arts Council, tots of people helped set it up including the Greybull Arts Council, and Mr. Eardley’s High School Spanish classes.

“The Food is delicious because Mexican food is delicious,” said Camila Acuna, a middle school student who attended.