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Para más información: Nancy Sullivan 859 240-6140 firstname.lastname@example.org ¡BECA CINCY-CINCO SIGNIFICA MÁS MASECA PARA LOS INMIGRANTES! La mayoría de los centroamericanos comen tortillas en cada comida, por lo que los inmigrantes locales a menudo dependen de bolsas de maseca (maíz nixtamalizado molido) compradas en tiendas para alimentar a sus familias. Durante los últimos dos años y medio, Transformations CDC ha realizado una despensa de alimentos al aire libre semanal en un vecindario mayoritariamente de
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Diego Rivera's Mother and Child Gouache on boardCynthia Ellis Stewart and her husband, Frank Hale Stewart, donated to the Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA during the 19th Cincy-Cinco Latino Festival on May 6, 2023, Diego Rivera's Mother and Child. This painting represents Cynthia and Frank's love of their heritage and community in Mexico and Cincinnati. It was dedicated in 2021 to Cincinnati's Hispanic-American Community from the Cynthia Ellis Stewart and Frank Hale Stewart family.Photo Credit Joe
Cincy Cinco took place on Fountain Square Saturday, May 6, and runs again on Sunday, May 7, 2023. The event features Hispanic food vendors, Hispanic artists, authentic music, and dance groups in traditional dress and fun for the entire family. Cincinnati Baila Dance Academy. Full story at JOE SIMON FOR THE ENQUIRER
Thanks to all our Sponsors: Founding Partner: - PROCTER & GAMBLE Platinum Sponsor: - KROGER Silver Sponsors: - FIFTH THIRD BANK - KLOSTERMAN BAKERY - MEIJER - ST. ELIZABETH - VISIT CINCY Bronze Sponsor: - CINCINNATI CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER - DUKE ENERGY - FIRST FINANCIAL BANK - GE AEROSPACE - GO METRO - LCNB NATIONAL BANK - MERCY HEALTH - MESSER - TRIHEALTH - UC HEALTH - WESTERN & SOUTHERN Other: CONSULADO DE MEXICO EN INDIANAPOLIS
El pasado 2 de diciembre del 2022 el Consulado organizó una recepción para marcar el inicio de los festejos conmemorativos al Bicentenario de la Relaciones Diplomáticas entre México y Estados Unidos, los cuales estarán efectuándose durante todo 2023, con la colaboración de Universidades, Cámaras de Comercio, Museos y conciertos que estarán programándose. Estos 200 años de Relaciones Diplomáticas reflejan la cordial relación y el buen entendimiento que hay entre ambos países.
PRESS RELEASE 19th Cincy-Cinco returns with mucha diversion y mucha comida “Fun and Delicious” [Download festival poster here] CINCINNATI, Ohio (Friday, March 24, 2023) – The excitement is building up as the 19th annual Cincy-Cinco Latino Festival quickly approaches; we are a few weeks away for Saturday, May 6 and Sunday, May 7, on Fountain Square to make this 2023 event Fun and Delicious! As in the past, our theme will be from Porkopolis to Tacópolis, featuring authentic Latino food with
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIESDownload PDF here! For More Information Contact:MEMI, Event Production Company (513) 232-5882 Fax applications (513) 232-4417 Alfonso Cornejo (513) 225-1005 Platinum – $15,000 •Company Name and Logo associated with an asset at the event •Recognition in program/website/social media •Inclusion in all advertising •Up to 3 – 10 x 10 booths •Opportunity for 4 onstage engagements per day Gold – $10,000 •Signage at event •Recognition in program/website/social
Download 2022 Cincy-Cinco Annual Report here (pdf)Download 2022 Cincy-Cinco Annual Report here (pdf)
Source Spectrum News1 BY CASEY WELDON CINCINNATI – For some in the United States, Cinco de Mayo is a chance every spring to sit back and enjoy a margarita and some delicious Mexican food. But it also presents an opportunity to showcase the history and unique cultures represented by Cincinnati’s small but mighty Latino population. Cinco de Mayo is a yearly celebration held on May 5, which is what “Cinco de Mayo” means in Spanish. Alfonso Cornejo, executive director of the Hispanic Chamber of
Read full story Source Movers & Makers Cincinnati 18th Cincy-Cinco to include job fair by Doug Bolton • April 6, 2022 Better, larger and for the first time hosting a Latino job fair The 18th annual Cincy-Cinco Latino Festival, the Tri-State region’s premier Latino cultural event, will return May 7 to Fountain Square. And for the first time, it will include a Latino job fair. After canceling the physical event for 2020 and celebrating the 17th annual virtually in 2021 due to the global pandemic, the
PRESS RELEASE Contact: Michael Jackaman michael@HAHCincinnati.org Tel (513) 979 6999 18th Cincy-Cinco returns to Fountain Square Better, larger, and for the first time hosting a Latino job fair! “Mucha Fiesta, mucha comida, mucha diversion” CINCINNATI, Ohio (Thursday, March 31, 2022) – The excitement is building up as the 18th annual Cincy-Cinco Latino Festival quickly approaches, we are in the planning stages for Saturday, May 7th and Sunday, May 8th on Fountain Square to make this 2022 event
“Fiesta del pueblo” or town party has a very long history in the Latino world. Its origin is not quite clear, but it appears to have evolved in Spain, probably in the 11th or 12th century. In some towns it was used to celebrate the work of the key craftsmen of the town; in more rural areas it may have been to celebrate the harvest, much as other cultures celebrate the harvest. It was brought to America by the Spanish, undoubtedly Catholic missionaries, as another aspect of their quest to convert Latin
In 2006 Cincy-Cinco set a new record for the World’s Largest Piñata! This proved to be quite a challenge! With the assistance and support of Steven Schaefer & Associates, IATSE Local 5, and Home Depot, the piñata was as tall as a 4 story building. It is was made in a large warehouse and was transported a couple of days before the event to Riverbend, where it was assembled and hung high to be seen from miles around. It was “broken” on Sunday afternoon with prizes and candy for all the children present at
Introduction The holiday of Cinco De Mayo, The Fifth Of May, commemorates the victory of the Mexicans over the French army at The Battle Of Puebla in 1862. It is primarily a regional holiday celebrated in the Mexican state capital city of Puebla and throughout the state of Puebla but is also celebrated in other parts of the country and in U.S.cities with a significant Mexican population. It is not, as many people think, Mexico’s Independence Day, which is actually September 16.Setting The Stage The battle