La Fiesta Latina

Queen City Academy Charter School (QCACS) will host “La Fiesta Latina,” a community-based event that will bring Hispanic Latinx Heritage Month to a close and celebrate the rich cultures, contributions, and people who represent the Hispanic and Latinx communities.

Queen City Academy has prided itself in providing culturally relative programs, events, and experiences for its scholars, families, and community. The family-friendly interactive La Fiesta Latina event will have free Zumba and salsa lessons, a bounce house, entertainment, food, and much more. The event will be open to all families in the surrounding area. 

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Sat, October 16
12:00 pm — 3:00 pm
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Queen City Academy Charter School (QCACS) will host “La Fiesta Latina,” a community-based event that will bring Hispanic Latinx Heritage Month to a close and celebrate the rich cultures, contributions, and people who represent the Hispanic and Latinx communities.

Queen City Academy has prided itself in providing culturally relative programs, events, and experiences for its ...

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