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24th Annual Davenport Cinco de Mayo Festival
Saturday, May 04, 2013, 11:30am - 04:00pm
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The Davenport Resource Service Center (DRSC), a program of the Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County, Inc. (CAB) will present its annual CINCO DE MAYO FESTIVAL on SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2013. The admission-free event will take place at the Davenport Resource Service Center, 150 Church Street in Davenport from 11:30 AM to 4:00 PM. Special entertainment features have been added including: White Hawk Dancers, Mariachi Alma de Mexico and Grupo Folklorico Los Mejicas. Also included this year is a children's carnival area, with activities like art, face painting, sports, an ice cream cart, and other special fun events. Traditional Mexican food will be sold, such as mole with chicken, fresh home roasted pork, chile rellenos, or beef tacos. Also available are special items a la carte, desserts including fresh strawberries with cream, and aguas frescas (fresh juice). The Cinco de Mayo Festival is a fundraiser to support the Davenport Resource Service Center's programs for low-income, North Coast residents. Programs offered include thrice monthly food distributions, afterschool homework tutoring, a teen center, information and referral, summer recreation programs, farmworker outreach and assistance, and more. For further information, contact DRSC at 831-425-8115.
Location : Davenport Resource Service Center, 150 Church Street, Davenport, CA 95017
Contact : Tom Helman 763-2147 ext. 204 or DRSC 425-8115
Free

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