A celebration of culture will be held at Flint Farmers’ Market Sept. 13.
From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. the community landmark at 300 East First St. will host the fourth annual Flint Hispanic Festival, featuring live entertainment, food, vendors, art and other activities.
Co-sponsored by Flint Downtown Development Authority and El Ballet Folklórico Estudiantil, the Flint Hispanic Festival is open to the public.
Along with folkloric dance techniques of Mexican origin, El Ballet Folklórico Estudiantil teaches youth instrumental and vocal instruction through mariachi-style programs. Students who participate in training learn to perform throughout the Midwest.
Editor’s note: The Flint Farmers’ Market is located at 300 East First Street.
For additional information about the Hispanic Festival and EBFE Dance visit http://ebfedance.org/
El Ballet Folklórico Estudiantil. 2018 File Photo by TheHUB Flint/Danen Williams Photography