40th Annual Wilmington Hispanic Festival & Parade September 9th – 11th

Updated September 7, 2016
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Located at 3rd & Jackson St. across from St. Paul’s Church. The festival & parade (held on Sunday from 1-3 pm) is fun filled weekend celebrating Hispanic heritage month and all the great accomplishments of the Hispanic community.

Head to wilmingtonhispanicfestival.org for all the details

Featured image: “Hispanic Heritage 2012” by Texas Military Department is licensed under CC BY 2.0 No changes were made.

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