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Upcoming Calle Ocho Latin Festival

Zavala of Wichita Falls will host the 2014 Calle Ocho Latin Festival in downtown Wichita Falls on October 4th.


The event will feature latin dishes, music, educational activities, dances, and a salsa dance competition. You can also participate in the Dia de los Muertos fun run. You can register for the run by visiting this website.

 

Proceeds of the event will help support education activities in the local Hispanic community, including providing students with scholarships to attend college.


Zavala Hispanic Cultural Initiative was established with a strong commitment to provide the Hispanic community an opportunity to actively participate in the evolution of a greater Wichita Falls.


The festival will be held at the corner of 8th and Ohio in the downtown Farmers Market.


For more information about the event you can contact Zavala through their email. You can also visit their Facebook page.


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