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An unexpected surprise was musician, pianist, teacher, Frances Rios, who set the mood and delighted attendees as she played Early California and traditional Mexican songs and music.
Frances is both a native Juaneo and a descendant of many of the earliest colonizing Spanish families. Twenty years ago as part of a Kinder Caminata event, Frances assisted me in presenting a puppet show at Golden West College It was then that I became aware of her special gift.