New Hampshire Annual Latino Festival

New Hampshire’s Latinos pride themselves in having a Latino festival instead of specific national festivals (e.g., Puerto Rican and Dominican), as occurs in states with larger Latino populations. Every August since 2000, Veterans Park has hosted New Hampshire’s Latino Festival, which quickly developed into a major cultural event, as demonstrated by 10,000 people attending the 2007 festival. The festival begins with a parade and continues with traditional music, dances, crafts, and food representing the Latino culture in New Hampshire. The event receives tremendous support, and it is sponsored by Bank of America and other community businesses and organizations.

New Hampshire Annual Latino Festival Photo Gallery



115N 001 35′.956W. The Jan Van Ryswyck (Official No.125611) was a steel-hulled 2,152-ton Belgian steam cargo ship measuring 87.47 m in length, with a 13.41-m beam and a 6.09-m draught. Craig, Taylor and Co. Ltd at Stockton built and completed her as Yard No.125 in August 1907; she was launched as the Baltic Sea on 25 July 1907 for Finland-London Steam Ship Co.

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