At least I haven't seen this before. Maybe because the houses that host the dancers for the day have not been in my neighborhood. This time three were hosts all within two blocks of me.
The first day they start at the plaza and dance to the first hosts house with the hosts leading the way carrying a small shrine of the Virgin. When they get there they are treated to a large pot of pozole. The second night they dance from the first house to the next house hosting. Third night they dance between the next two houses. The number of nights might be limited by the number of willing hosts .... or it's always three? This could be indirectly connected to Dia de los Muertos. I'll have to ask.
Pinal Villa does have a "professional" dance group with fancier uniforms, kids more uniform in age and of both sexes. I assume these kids/girls are only for our community.
Host couple carrying the Virgin
Very little kids in this group