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Celebrate Michigan's Hispanic community this weekend

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TAYLOR, Mich. (MyFox Detroit) -

The talents, creativity and achievements of Southeast Michigan's Hispanic community will be celebrated with the Wayne County Community College District's 10th Annual Hispanic Heritage Festival. The festival is open at no cost to the public from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, September 15th at WCCCD's Downriver Campus (21000 Northline Road in Taylor).

The full day of family fun and learning activities will include arts and crafts, a wide variety of Mexican foods to taste and enjoy, piñatas, a traditional "Mercado," or marketplace, where vendors will sell an assortment of handmade jewelry, crystal, apparel, beads, sculpture and more.

An art exhibit and workshop by Nora Chapa Mendoza and traditional dance and music presentations by BombaRica, Alma Españiola and Mariachi Los Gallos de Oro also will be featured.

All activities will be held on the Downriver campus. The festival is presented by the WCCCD School of Continuing Education. For more information about this and other WCCCD events, please visit www.wcccd.edu or call 313-496-2600.

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