Cincy-Cinco celebrates culture, honors mothers at region's largest Latino fest

If you’re in the mood for salsa dancing, live music and authentic Latino cuisine, mark your calendars for May 7-8, when the 13th annual Cincy-Cinco highlights Latino traditions, values and culture on Fountain Square.
“We want people of all ages and backgrounds to have the opportunity to enjoy and learn about the rich heritage of Latino music, dance, and food,” Cincy-Cinco Chair Alfonso Cornejo says. “And this year we are celebrating Mother’s Day all weekend long.”
Children will be sure to have a good time with piñatas and a Conga parade. There will also be opportunities to paint flowerpots as tokens of appreciation for mom.
Cincy-Cinco is the largest Latino celebration in the region, with all proceeds benefiting local nonprofits that serve and support the Latino community.
“We are so happy and proud that this event is becoming a great tradition in this city to add to the many other wonderful events and traditions,” Cornejo says.
Cincy-Cinco takes place 12-11 p.m. Saturday and 12-6 p.m. Sunday.  

Do Good:

• Check out the music and dance lineup, food and children's activities offered at Cincy-Cinco May 7-8. 

• Connect with Cincy-Cinco on Facebook, share the page and invite a friend to the festivities. 

• Brush up on all things Latino by learning more about Cinco De Mayo, Fiesta De Pueblo and the piñata.

Read more articles by Brittany York.

Brittany York is a freelance writer, adjunct English composition instructor and server at Orchids at Palm Court. She loves travel and photography. Keep up with Brittany on Instagram @brittbrittbrittbrittany.
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