Centro Cultural dishing up pozole for Christmas meal
No bones about it — it's shivery weather this week in Washington County. But is there any better way to combat the cold of December than with hot soup?
Centro Cultural de Washington County is once again inviting members of the community to partake in its annual Christmas dinner on Wednesday, Dec. 19. Dinner will be served from 6 to 8 p.m. at Centro Cultural, 1110 N. Adair St. in Cornelius.
For dinner, a traditional Mexican pozole — a soup with hominy and spices — will be served. The dish is popular fare during the holiday season in parts of Mexico and the American Southwest.
There is no charge and no need to register in advance for the dinner and gathering.
"This annual celebration is an opportunity to share, and unite ties of friendship, family and community as a Cultural Center that has hosted this event for years," Centro Cultural states on its website.
Volunteers are sought for the event. To sign up to volunteer at or before the Christmas dinner, visit Centro Cultural's SignUpGenius website.
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