Hundreds turn out for Youngstown Spanish Heritage Festival

HUNDREDS ATTEND SPANISH FESTIVAL
Hundreds enjoyed live entertainment, crafts, dancing and family friendly activities at the Youngstown Spanish Heritage Festival.

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The streets of downtown Youngstown were spilling over with Spanish sights, sounds and smells this weekend.

East Federal is shut down between Market and Walnut Streets for the Second Annual Youngstown Spanish Heritage Festival.

Festival goers enjoyed live entertainment, crafts, dancing and family friendly activities.

Folks could also enjoy plenty of Mexican, Peruvian and Puerto Rican foods.

The festival runs Saturday until 11 p.m., and continues Sunday from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.

A donation of $1.00 gets you in to enjoy the fun.

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