High: 89º Low: 63º
High: 90º Low: 64º
High; 92º Low: 65º
Cinco de Mayo isn't until Wednesday but that didn't stop students at the College of Southern Idaho.
Last night students and a number of CSI clubs hosted their annual Cinco de Mayo celebration.
It all started with a traditional Mexican dinner.
Then they had entertainment with folkloric dancers.
Many women wear very colorful dresses, while the men wear the large sombreros.
Cinco de Mayo celebrates the victory at Puebla Mexico against the French.