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Voter assistance session has full house

A bipartisan voters’ workshop to assist U.S. citizens in requesting or sending in their absentee ballots for the upcoming U.S. presidential election attracted about 30 people Thursday to the American Society of Jalisco (Amsoc) in Guadalajara.

Briefly - October 1, 2016

Let’s end wolf whistling

Verbal harassment of women on the street, including whistling, honking or making kissing noises, is now treated as a public-order offense under city ordinances approved by Guadalajara city hall.

St. Mark’s Anglican ready to party

St. Mark’s Anglican Church is already decorating for its annual fiesta celebrating Mexican independence. The festivities begin at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, September 18, after the Spanish-language mass at 12:30 pm.  The public is invited.  The fiesta will include comida típica, mariachis, folkloric dancers, games, and a cash bar with beer, wine, tequila, and more. All this for an entrance fee of 100 pesos for adults and 50 pesos for children under 10. Join in for a great time.

Events on offer at American Society in September

The American Society (Amsoc) celebrates Mexico’s Independence Day with a delicious meal of chamorro en adobo (pork shank in adobo) on Thursday, September 15. Chamorro en adobo consists of pork on the bone that has been marinated in a traditional Mexican sauce, then baked slowly until the meat is fork-tender. Tossed salad, refried beans and rice round out this savory meal. Top it off with dessert and creamy flan. Amsoc opens noon; the meal is served at 1 p.m. Cost: 150 pesos.