, girls are allowed to get married.Native American:Girls from Apache communities in the United States go through a Sunrise Ceremony (Na ii ees) to celebrate their puberty. The ceremony is a re-enactment of the myth of the first Apache woman. Before the ceremony, girls build themselves a special hut where they stay during and after the ritual. The event involves many community members, as well as singing, dancing and ceremonial makeup. Meet Melanieand Tarawho both have had their Sunrise Ceremonies.Latin America:A girl’s 15th birthday is a cause for celebration in many Latin American communities because that’s the day she becomes an adult. On the outside a Quinceanerais just an extra big party, but there are many traditions that have deeper meaning: the birthday girl recognizes the people that have been important during her first fifteen years, dances a special waltz, and leaves behind symbols of her childhood like toys and shoes.