Celebration continues today at college

Farmington Daily Times
Members of Ehecatl Aztec Dancers, from left, Rita Xiukwetzpallin, Crystal Zamora and Luna Zamora, perform on Monday during the annual Indigenous Peoples Day celebration held at San Juan College in Farmington.

This is the third year San Juan College has honored Indigenous Peoples Day, which is held on the second Monday of October. That date is federally recognized as Columbus Day. Events continue today with a sunrise yoga class at 7 a.m. at the college's Health and Human Performance Center and conclude with a performance by Break N Beats Breakdancers and an open mic session at San Juan College's Student Sun Lounge.

Luna Zamora dances Monday during a performance for attendees of  the Indigenous Peoples Day event in Farmington at San Juan College in the Learning Commons Plaza.
At left, Mapitzmitl Xiukwetzpallin speaks in a performance Monday during Indigenous Peoples Day at San Juan College in Farmington.
At center, Crystal Zamora performs with the Ehecatl Aztec Dancers Monday during Indigenous Peoples Day at San Juan College in Farmington.
Luna Zamora of the Ehecatl Aztec Dancers performs with her family on Monday during Indigenous Peoples Day at San Juan College in Farmington.