Snapshots From Mexico

We have been blessed to have many families attend our concerts in Mexico.
The new and updated "Sibling Cooperation" is still a crowd favorite.  
Some of the most beautiful sunsets ever can be seen in this lovely wide open country.
Here's another favorite sunset.  
Fresh produce, delicious Mennonite cheese & bologna, Mexican peanuts, 
and fresh tortillas make a delicious meal. 
La Sierra is our favorite Mexican/Mennonite restaurant. Here is our family-favorite fajitas with shrimp, beef, and chicken. Some tasty area specialties include fresh slices of avocado, tomato, cucumbers, and always Ranch dressing.  

"And they that know thy name will put their trust in thee: for thou, Lord, hast not forsaken them that seek thee." -- Psalm 9:10  


  1. My family and I attended one of your concerts this year, and we picked up the dvd "Christmas Deliverance" at your table after the concert and we were extremely blessed by the beautiful play. We're thinking about ordering some more to give others, how can we do so?

    Thank you very much. May God bless you.

    1. Hello Anonymous,
      Thank-you for your interest! If you would like to order DVDs, you can email us at info@bontragerfamilysingers.com and we'll discuss pricing and quantity.


  2. Thanks for the update guys!

  3. Glad to know you are all doing well and having a good time. Godspeed!

  4. LOVE this! I know y'all are being such a blessing + touching so many hearts!
    Sending many hugs!!

  5. The dresses you ladies wear are so pretty! Do you sew them yourselves?

    1. Regina,

      We rarely sew our own dresses. We've found some online and at various stores.

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  8. Hi, I'm glad you like it here in Mexico. And Allison, you really play the violin beautifully, as your Brother's Wife said! Loved being at your concerts.


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