The annual Hispanic Heritage Festival—hosted by HOY en Delaware—returns to Bellevue State Park this Sunday, Sept. 16, from noon to 5 p.m.
Attendees will enjoy an immersion in Hispanic culture, from deliciously authentic cuisine to nonstop music and folkloric dancing.
Photo by José Somalo
Vendors will offer a diversity of Hispanic arts and crafts, unique merchandise and traditional clothing. Both for-profit and nonprofit organizations will be onsite.
The event itself is free and open to public. Attendees will need to pay the park’s entrance, which is $4 per in-state vehicle and $8 per out-of-state vehicle. (There is no fee for Delaware State Parks’s annual passholders.)
Bellevue State Park
800 Carr Road, Wilmington
761-6963 • destateparks.com/History/Bellevue