GEORGETOWN, Del. - Thousands of people flocked to the streets of Downtown Georgetown Sunday for the annual Hispanic Heritage Festival.
The festival featured various vendors, arts and crafts, delicious food as well as live music.
The annual event was organized in part by a local non-profit called La Esperanza.
The non-profit benefits the Southern Delaware community by providing a multitude of services including immigration and language services.
Maribel Perez, who works at La Esperanza, said Sunday’s festival was a success. She said, “It’s great to see the community come together, come here and celebrate, you know, this great festival that we have. It’s kind of like we have different countries coming together in one day, bonding, seeing what different cultures there are, you know?
If you would like to learn more about La Esperanza, you can visit their website: LaEsperanzaCenter.org
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