By Quinta Mazatlán
This summer, Quinta Mazatlán offers Thursday Nature Nights for kids and families. Join us every Thursday evening for new outdoor educational learning and nature discovery on the trails. Thanks to Freels Orthodontics, the outdoor summer series features great educational entertainment for Valley families.
Quinta Mazatlán kicks-off with a Songfest Under the Old Oak Tree on Thursday evening, June 4th, 2020. Stefanie Barbasz and friends will be playing acoustic and Spanish country music outdoors. Stefanie is of Mexican and Polish heritage, born in North Carolina and raised in Texas. She started playing the piano at the age of five, picked up the guitar and many other instruments along the way and loves all types of music.
Stefanie, also known as Red, recently composed and played a song for re-opening Quinta Mazatlán on a YouTube spot. Stefanie shared, “My inspiration for the song was simply this gorgeous place. I was in the shower, started humming a tune, and 10 minutes later I wrote the song "A Peaceful Place". Red plays at private events, parties and other opportunities and can be contacted at email@example.com.
Quinta Mazatlán thanks you kindly for following health and wellbeing practices while in the park. Chairs will be spaced-out for social distancing. We recommend you bring your own sanitizer, face covering and other items of your choice. Employees undergo health screens per shift and work to sanitize the building frequently, in addition to practicing and posting “Best Health Practice” signage.
Nature Nights from 6 pm to 8 pm is included in the Quinta Mazatlán park admission; $3 Adults, $2 Children and Free for 2 & Under. Follow Quinta Mazatlán on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube @QuintaMazatlan to learn more about our natural and cultural heritage in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. For more information please call Quinta Mazatlán at 956-681-3370.