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Hispanic Heritage Cultural Celebration

Come out and help celebrate our community’s many heritages in a cultural experience on Sunday, October 15, from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. at Crest Lake Park at the Hispanic Heritage Cultural Celebration!

Now in its fourth year, this event focuses on families with children – especially those with elementary children and teenagers – with a goal to inspire children and create a legacy for generations to come.

This year, all five Clearwater city councilmembers have RSVP’ed, as well as the council of Mexico.

Many of the world’s 20 Hispanic countries will be represented at this celebration with fun things to do, Music y Latin, folklore performances and Latin cuisine.

Items for sale include artisan crafts, jewelry, pottery, plants, honey, handmade soaps and candles, Hispanic products, candies, guacamole, baked goods, ceramics, tacos and tamales.

Other exciting happenings taking place:

  • Bomba Body Dance Drum
  • Alianza Mx
  • Folklore Group Mahetzi
  • Sones de Mexico
  • El Shaddai
  • Pinatas, Bouncy House
  • Photo Booth
  • Face Painting
  • Little League Soccer Felinos
  • Little League Basketball Mexi-Lakes
  • Little League Basketball Jaguars
  • Chipiting-the-Clown
  • King of Guacamole
  • Games, sidewalk chalk for drawing, prizes and so much more
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There will also be one-hour workshops taking place such as How to Grow Your Own Garden, How to Start Your Own Business, Managing Stress, Relieving Depression, and other programs for single mothers.

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Some of the event sponsors include The City of Clearwater,  Clearwater’s  Sister City of Ixmiquilpan, Mexico,  LULACR Community First, and UNIMEX.


Hispanic Heritage Celebration

Sunday, October 15, 2023, 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Crest Lake Park, 201 S. Glenwood Ave, Clearwater



Clearwater Hispanic Farmers Market

We believe in supporting small businesses to build a platform of intercultural heritages and establish a unique, original and trend setting market as a Hispanic landmark attraction in the heart of Pinellas County. We partner with community services, educational attractions, business resources, and family-oriented organizations.


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