HHM celebrated at Northwest State, Oct. 4th
ARCHBOLD: Community members are invited to celebrate Latino heritage and culture at Northwest State Community College with “It’s a Fiesta” on Saturday, October 4, 2014. Free food, entertainment, music and other activities will be featured from noon to 3:00 p.m.
The Templo Christiano Praise Band will perform; Toledo’s El Corazón de México Ballet Folklorico will also entertain. Latino specialties including homemade tortillas and baked goods will be available courtesy of local restaurants, churches, and NSCC students and staff.
“Hispanic heritage and culture are an important part of northwest Ohio, and this event is a great way to honor and celebrate that,” said Dawn Hauter, event coordinator.
In addition to the day’s festivities, guests can view a display featuring Latino military heroes and learn how to trace their family tree. Activities for kids include crafts, piñatas, and games. Tours of Northwest State will be available throughout the day as well.
“It’s a Fiesta” is free and open to the public, with freewill donations benefiting Latino student scholarships at NSCC. The event will take place in the Atrium at Northwest State’s Archbold campus. For more information, visit NorthwestState.edu or call 419.267.5511.