Price Hill Cultural Heritage Festival celebrates historic community's diversity

Chelsea Spata
CityBeat

Come experience and learn about the various cultures representing Price Hill during the annual Cultural Heritage Fest. Like any good festival, there will be plenty of food, music, art vendors and exhibits and entertainment.

Bistro de Mohr, Red Sesame Korean BBQ, Catch-A-Fire Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery and multiple food trucks will all be providing tasty bites and refreshments, including craft beer.

Live music includes everything from Jazz and Blues to Latin and Salsa with headliner Tracey Walker on Saturday.

The event is kid-friendly, complete with face-painting, ring tossing and the raffling off of a brand new bike. The festivities kick off with an Illuminating the Arts decorated bike tour and gallery walk along Price Avenue 5:30 p.m. Friday.

5:30-9 p.m. Friday; noon-6 p.m. Saturday. Free. St. Lawrence Corner, St. Lawence and Warsaw avenues, Price Hill, culturalheritagefest.com .

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