FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CITY OF LANCASTER CELEBRATES HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH WITH PUBLIC FESTIVAL
Live music, food vendors, and family-friendly activities to take place in Binns Park and Ewell Plaza
LANCASTER, Pa., Oct. 3, 2022 – In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the City of Lancaster will host a public celebration on Oct. 15 in Binns Park and Ewell Plaza. Experience culture, food, dancing, music, and community from 12 to 6 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
Binns Park will host live music and a beer garden, with food vendors lining the 100 block of N. Queen St., and family-friendly activities taking place in Ewell Plaza.
The event will include a performance by Grammy-nominated artist Brenda K. Starr, plus other performances, and live dance demonstrations. The full performer lineup can be found at visitlancastercity.com/hhm.
The City of Lancaster will also announce the recipients of Hispanic Heritage Month Lifetime Achievement Awards. The recipients are individuals that have significantly impacted Lancaster City’s Hispanic community.
“We look forward to celebrating Lancaster’s Hispanic community for all the ways they have shaped our city, and helped Lancaster City flourish,” said Mayor Sorace.
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Spanning 7 square miles in south Central Pennsylvania, the City of Lancaster is home to 60,000 diverse residents. Committed to building a stronger, more equitable Lancaster block by block, the City of Lancaster oversees a range of public services including public safety, health, housing, parks, streets, and water and sewer operations. For more information, visit cityoflancasterpa.com. Join the conversation at engage.cityoflancasterpa.com.
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