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Saturday marks the 20th year of the Cincinnati Hispanic Festival, a two-day celebration ripe with vibrant music, folkloric dance and traditional Hispanic foods aimed at widening the representation of various Hispanic/Latino cultures and communities throughout the area. 

Brought to you by St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Carthage, this parish festival provides arts and crafts; a Copa San Carlos futbol tournament; food from community members representing Latin America with handmade dishes from Mexico, El Salvador, Peru, Puerto Rico and Guatemala; a Hispanic festival queen competition and more. 

Noon-11 p.m. Saturday-Sunday; 11 a.m. mass on Sunday. $10 per car; $1 per walk-in. Hamilton County Fairgrounds, 7800 Vine St., Carthage, cincinnatihispanicfest.org.

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