Michigan’s Third Annual Hispanic Festival

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


The Centro Cultural Hispano is proud to announce it will be staging its Third annual Hispanic Festival on October 9 & 10, 2021, in Ferndale, Michigan. Due to the pandemic and following the CDC recommendations to prevent the spread of covid19 the festival will take place on an open area that allows social distancing and still have fun, we also are going to be able to share the event in our virtual platforms on Facebook and Youtube.


The Centro Cultural Hispano is a non-profit community-based Hispanic Cultural Organization founded in January of 2019 in Ferndale. Its goal is to promote and maintain Hispanic cultures and traditions in Metro Detroit as long as brings the community together.


With the Hispanic community in Metro Detroit growing, we are proud to announce a festival that allows for celebration, sharing, and teaching of the colors, zest, and warmth of our people. We take pride in keeping alive our culture, language, and heritage so it may continue to grow for generations to come here in Michigan.


The festival will include art displays, dance, folk costumes, and other exhibitions for all ages and ethnicities. It will also include not just great food from local food trucks, but lessons in Gastronomy which is the art of choosing, cooking, and eating, and how it relates to the culture.


It will also host: