Southwest Kansans celebrating the 91st Annual Garden City Community Mexican Fiesta Sept. 8-9 and later can view nearly two dozen images from the history of the event in a short-term exhibit at the Finney County Historical Museum. “Memorias de la Fiesta,” featuring nearly two dozen photographs dating back as far as Garden City’s fiesta of 1928, is available for viewing from 1 to 5 p.m. seven days weekly in the museum’s Front Door Gallery. The museum is located at 403 S. Fourth in Garden City’s Finnup Park, adjacent to the pedestrian gate at Lee Richardson Zoo. Admission is free and the display will remain in place throughout September. The Front Door Gallery is a small display space and the exhibit there also includes a few fiesta-related artifacts, such as elaborately-decorated sombreros, a tiered and ruffled dress used by the Sol de Mexico folkloric dance group and a cape worn 34 years ago at the coronation of Fiesta Queen Melissa Cruz. The exhibit replaced the “Aiming True” firearms display that was featured in July and August.