the north face outlet sale La Fiesta del Pueblo at the Fairgrounds this Weekend
La Fiesta celebrates and showcases not only popular music and artists, but also cultural art exhibits, traditional dance performances; folk musicians; it also provides crafts people with an opportunity to exhibit their work and talent. children patio activities, including crafts, balloons, face painting, inflatable rides, clowns and puppets. Foods from Central and South America as well as the Caribbean can be sampled at the Food Court, it offers cuisines as diverse as pupusas, paletas, churros, tortillas, tacos al carb empanadas and much more. When choosing vendors, El Pueblo looks for small, often family owned operations that fit in with El Pueblo mission of strengthening the Latino community.
La Fiesta del Pueblo, celebrates its 16th anniversary a remarkable milestone for a humble Latino festival that began in the athletic fields of a local high school as an answer to the community calling for a space in which one could share information and Latino culture among the Latin American community and its supporters. We can nurture local artists, promote wider cross cultural understanding, and ultimately make the City of Oaks a city of the arts, a city of cultural diversity, and a beaconing city for the South.
The small festival has become much more, integrating every aspect of El Pueblo work into the two days, including a health fair which offers free vaccines, dental and vision screenings, blood pressure and glucose tests; a public safety fair; information and educational resources from the more than 230 organizations that offer their materials to participants. Information and resources are shared by non profit organizations that use the event as a way to kick off initiatives and/or unveil new programs and information on a variety of community services. Voter registration has also become a staple of the event.
This environment provides not only non Latinos the chance to learn about the varied cultural heritage of Latinos in the United States, but also Latinos themselves have the opportunity to appreciate and celebrate their own achievements as a burgeoning community in North Carolina. La Fiesta is also open to the greater Raleigh community regardless of race, creed, ethnicity, disability, etc our event embraces representation from all quarters.