Seis Puentes Education and Resource Center and the North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau welcomed more than 500 attendees to the Second Annual Hispanic Heritage Month Art and Food Festival on Saturday, September 17, at Argenta Plaza in North Little Rock.
Free and open to the public, the family-friendly event celebrated Hispanic heritage with food vendors, art and craft vendors, kids activities and live entertainment by Los Sierreños, Duetos Prohibido and Ballet Quetzalli. Food vendors included Lili’s Mexican Street Food, Kaluas Paleteria y Botanas and DulceLuna. Kids activities were provided by William F. Laman Public Library, the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub and the North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Photos by North Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau (please do not use without permission or credit)