Lakeside Guide to Lake Chapala, Ajijic, Mexico

Centro Cultural Ajijic

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At Ajijic’s cultural center, you can see a play, listen to music, learn to paint or take a workshop.

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The Centro Cultural Ajijic is a community space dedicated to art, music, dance, and education.

Now in its 14th year, the Ajijic Cultural Center is an important part of maintaining Mexican traditions in Ajijic with workshops and classes such as balet folklórico and Aztec dance.

The Center also has classical, jazz, Indian classical and rock concerts on a regular basis, plus plays and art exhibitions. Sometimes artists and performers come from Guadalajara or other places.

You’ll find yoga, dance, voice and musical instrument classes here, too.

Last updated October 17, 2020

Dane Strom

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I moved to Ajijic in 2010 when I decided to quit my job of seven years as an editorial assistant at The Denver Post in Colorado. I'm the photographer, web designer, programmer, marketer, writer... the everything behind this website, The Lakeside Guide. All of the businesses on this website appear here for free at no cost to them. If you find this site useful, please consider giving a small donation to become a site patron. Learn more about The Lakeside Guide or check out my other website about photography of Mexico.

Street View


North side of central plaza




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