This is the 18th year that NACC has held the Festival, making it one of the longest running Latino Festivals in Alabama. The festival is always a fun and colorful event, featuring Latino arts and crafts, dance, food, and more. “The Festival has plenty of activities for children with Latino games, inflatable bouncers, face painting, pinata smashing, and even a pony ride. The event also features a mariachi band and displays of traditional Latino dance by students from area schools with authentic costumes.
For more information: Meg Nippers, [email protected]