Good day, Casa family! Happy New Year! We hope you are all safe and healthy. So much has changed this year, but we are hopeful that 2021 will be the year we’ve been longing for. This year, Casa de Campo Living Magazine has made a few changes which include us going digital and updating our design! […]
Without a doubt, one of the favorite days for Dominicans is dinner on December 24 or Christmas Eve Dinner, a night to spend with family, share with friends and enjoy a variety of food that have become traditional at the table. Dominican. Although the citizens of this Caribbean nation are not rich, they are rich […]
The Museo de la Altagracia will be presenting its most recent collective exhibition, “Arte Sacro, Tradición Dominicana” now through May. Open to the public from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Tuesday through Sunday.
Nothing says Christmas like a Dominican Christmas feast!
2014 is right around the corner! How exciting is that? Hopefully everyone is going to be able to celebrate this New Year’s Eve with their love ones, bid a fond farewell to 2013 and say “aloha” to 2014! This very special day is celebrated all around the world, but obviously each country has their own […]
The Christmas Eve dinner or “la cena del 24” is probably the favorite and most special day in the month of December for all Dominicans. Why? Because you don’t only get to spend time with your love ones, but the best part of all… the FOOD!
In this very important time of the year Dominicans tend to take the interior decoration of their home and their Christmas tree very seriously. And an essential element to the holiday decorations is the beautiful “Flor de Pascua”, or in English the Poinsettias.
Here we bring to you the second article in our series “Dominican holidays traditions”, this time we’re going to teach you all about the festive holiday tradition of “Aguinaldos.”
Happy Holidays to everyone! Finally the most awaited and favorite time of the year has arrived, the Christmas spirit is amongst us and its time to party like only Dominicans know how! The Dominican Republic has plenty of interesting and unique traditions for this time of year, that might be normal for us, but could […]
For many years, the 26th of April has been a date in which the Dominican Republic celebrates all the hard work and dedication of Secretaries all across the country!
This year, Semana Santa (Easter week), known as well as the ‘Semana Mayor’ (Main Week) took place from April 1st to April 8th. At this time, like in many other countries, the Dominican Republic conmemorates Jesus’ suffering, death and resurrection – when Dominicans love spending quality time with their families preparing an original and exquisite […]