Community celebrated Hispanic culture with live performances, food, entertainment for children and more
The City of Everett, in partnership with El Mundo Boston and Rumba 97.7, celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month at Everett Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 24, at the second annual Fiesta Del Río. Attendees were able to partake in a variety of different foods, activities and entertainment. It was also an opportunity for local businesses and organizations to offer their services to attendees. The event is a part of the City’s Everett for Everyone initiative, which seeks to bring the community together to celebrate the many cultures that make up Everett.
“The rain may have cut the event short, but that didn’t stop us from still celebrating what makes Hispanic heritage special by bringing families together to sing, dance, enjoy some incredible food, and have plenty of fun during the time we had,” said Mayor Carlo DeMaria. “Thank you to all of the performers, organizations and vendors that helped us achieve this goal as part of our Everett for Everyone initiative.”
If you would like to know about all the upcoming events the City of Everett has planned, please visit cityofeverett.com/calendar/category/events/list. You can also follow social media pages on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter: Facebook: /cityofeverettma and /mayordemaria. Instagram: @cityofeverettma and @mayorcarlodemaria. X (formerly known as Twitter): @Mayor_DeMaria. All are welcome to join the many exciting events the City of Everett has planned.
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