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This Season's Choice
Human Strolling Tables
We can create any theme or character you like. Greet your guests upon arrival with gorgeous human strolling tables serving beverages and hors d’oeuvres.
Or use these glamorous tables to mix and mingle with guests while handing out items like place cards, name badges, candy, mardi gras beads, leis, programs and more.
Make your dessert presentation a grand affair with one of our beautiful human tables gliding into the room with a table full of gorgeous desserts!
Promote your product or service with these moblie tables able to go anywhere your guests are.
All costumes are custom made for your event. Products and logos can be integrated into the costuming as well.
Labor Day Weekend Sept 4 - 7
Latino Heritage Month Sept
15 - Oct 15
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Entertainment Idea List
|Labor Day Entertainers
Bands (Country, Classic Rock, Dixieland, Swing, Steel Drum & Surf)
Comedic Cowboy Stunt & Shoot Out Shows
Face Painters, Jugglers, Clowns & Balloon Artists
Hayrides & Carriage Rides
Human Strolling Tables
Live Statues & Mimes
Rappell & Rock Climbing Walls
Rolling Skating Waitresses
Rolling Globe on Water
Stiltwalkers (Neon, Safari, Robots etc.)
Tribute Bands: Beach Boys, Beatles & Monkeys
Trick Ropers &
Walkaround Puppets(12' tall)
Latino Heritage Entertainers
Animal Education (of Central America)
Aztec Storytelling with Musical Instruments
Basket & Gourd Artists
Bands & Dancers (Cumbia, Mariachi, Salsa, Veracruz etc.)
Lucille Ball, Gloria Estefan, Enrique Iglesias, Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, Carmen Miranda, Ricky Ricardo, Selena & Shakira.
Comedians (Latin & Bilingual)
Human Strolling Tables (Latin themed)
Mariachis: All Female & Youth, too.
Mexican / Aztec Themed Face Painters
Mexican Paper Flower Makers
Papel Picado Artists
Pinata & Aztec Rain Stick Workshops
The first Monday
in September, observed as a holiday in the United States and
Canada in honor of working people.
Heritage Month," the period between September 15 through
October 15 is designated by U.S. presidential order to celebrate
several celebrations of Hispanic Heritage. The two best known
are Mexican Independence Day, September 16, and Dia de la Raza,
Mexican Independence Day is the
culmination of the Fiesta Patrias, a festival celebrating Mexico's
independence from Spain. The festival reaches a dramatic peak
on September 15 at 11:00pm when the President appears on the
balcony of the National Palace to recite El Grito de Dolores.
This "cry of Dolores" recreates the speech given by
Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costillo on September 15, 1810. Hidalgo
called for Mexican self-rule and a revolt against Spain. He was
captured and executed by Spanish troops in 1811 and Mexico did
not win independence from Spain until 1821. Independence Day
is celebrated on September 16 with festivals, fireworks, parades,
and ringing of cathedral bells.
Dia de la Raza , October 12,
is celebrated as a holiday in Spain, Latin America, and Hispanic
regions and territories of the United States to commemorate the
discovery in 1492 of the New World by Christopher Columbus.
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