Folklorico dancers brighten Pomona Art Walk

. / photo by Casi Martinez
A group of folklorico dancers from around Southern California perform traditional Mexican folk dances for the crowd at the Pomona Art Walk on Saturday. The dancers, who study with various groups in the area, came together for this special performance. The Art Walk takes place in downtown Pomona and features food, performances and visual art on the second Saturday of every month. / photo by Casi Martinez
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Casi Martinez, a senior photography major, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine.

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