The Miramar Fee celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with its tenth annual Latin Music Competition this previous Saturday.
Held on the Miramar Regional Park Amphitheater, some 7000 South Florida residents attended the occasion, hosted by Commissioner Yvette Colbourne, which featured excellent musical performances, and mirrored the wealthy tapestry of Latin tradition.
The viewers was handled to the thrilling rhythms of merengue maestro Wilfrido Vargas and the dynamic beats of Dominican hip-hop artist Sensato. Performances by Brenda Okay. Starr, mixing pop with salsa, and Gaitanes with their Panamanian melodies, demonstrated the broad spectrum of Latin music.
Along with the musical showcase, attendees loved numerous culinary choices. Distributors served up flavors of Latin America, with dishes and cocktails paying homage to the tradition.
“To see so many collect and have fun the Hispanic tradition with such enthusiasm reinforces the significance of occasions like this. Our vibrant neighborhood stands united in its variety and the wealthy contributions of the Hispanic neighborhood,” mentioned Commissioner Colbourne, who was born in Panama.
As Hispanic Heritage Month continues, Miramar has a number of notable occasions lined up:
- September 30th by October 14th: Spanish lessons each Saturday till October 14.
- Now till October 31st: Cuban Expressions Artwork Exhibit on the Ansin Household Artwork Gallery, highlighting Cuban creativity.
- October 6th: Latin Nights Gala Awards Ceremony.
- October 11: Hispanic Heritage Enterprise Recognition awards occasion.
- By means of October 12th: Wellness with a Hispanic Twist – Mayor’s Hispanic-themed Zumba and Yoga periods.
- October 14th: Los Pericos Live performance.
Nationwide Hispanic Heritage Month is yearly celebrated from September 15 to October 15 in the US to acknowledge the contributions and affect of Hispanic People to the historical past, tradition, and achievements of the US.
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In Florida, Latinos made up 27% of the state inhabitants — amounting to six million residents. It’s the state with the third-largest Latino inhabitants behind California and Texas.
The U.S. Hispanic inhabitants reached 63.6 million in 2022, up from 50.5 million in 2010.