The Jimmy Carter National Historic Site held a Hispanic festival Saturday.
"La Fiesta En El Parque" included authentic food, festive music, and arts and crafts. Havana Son and other local groups performed traditional Mexican music and other Latin rhythms like salsa.
For the adults there were booths with information about health, education and social services.
"We do it as an outreach for the community and to let everyone know tat this park and all national parks are here for everyone," says Steve Theus, Interpretation Chief.
This is the second year they have held the Hispanic festival.
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