The festival celebrates central Florida’s richly diverse culture through artwork, educational entertainment, and music, featuring the works of more than 25 folk and educational artisans. Previous performers included Shule Adetunde Homeschool Cooperative, dancers from the African Kulcha School, blind vocal performer Daniel Miles, the Guerilla Dancer storyteller, drumming by Mexican folklorist David Penaflor, the Porchdogs Cajun and Zydeco Band, traditional African American fraternity step show by Iota Gamma Fraternity brothers, and Orisirisi African Folklore.
Demonstrations included Oxx the Beekeeper, wheel throwing by a Crealdé ceramicist, and Pretty on Purpose, which uses STEM techniques to teach participants how to make beauty products. A Puerto Rican Vejigante mask making children’s workshop led by Marillia Carrasquillo culminates in a public parade and showcase. Open house features the work by Crealdé’s senior outreach program participants. A soul food truck offers refreshments and admission is free.
Date : April 27, 2019 from 10 am to 4pm
Event location : Hannibal Square Heritage Center
642 W. New England Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789 United States
Contact : Website: http://www.hannibalsquareheritagecenter.org/home.html