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Friday, August 9, 2013

Three-day Salvadorean festival begins today


Banner features groups that will be performing.

The first of what is hoped will be an annual Plainfield festival celebrating Salvadorean music and culture begins today at 5:00 PM in the public lot adjacent to the Supremo supermarket.

Rodney Maree's Voluntad Productions is sponsoring the three day fiesta, which runs through Sunday night.

There will be non-stop music groups, a variety of ethnic foods, children's rides and more. A special feature will be a contest to choose a festival queen, who will be crowned on the closing day.

The fiesta is open to the entire community. Hours are: Friday, 5 PM - 11 PM; Saturday and Sunday, Noon - 11 PM.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought the music was to stop at 10pm? Didn't happen.

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