The festival will showcase local talent in music and fine arts, as well as promoting the Dr. Jose Rizal Park and Bridge, both named after a Filipino national hero. It will also benefit the Rizal Park Preservation Society and the Zenaida Guerzon Foundation (read more about Zenaida Guerzon, a former Franklin High School teacher and Filipino community leader, here).
The event will be a family-friendly event with kids’ activities. Food vendors will be there, art and dance will be exhibited, and there will be music from bands and artists including Angelo Pizarro, Network, NewWave, EnRoute, and more.
Volunteers are welcomed; see the website for further information.
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Wahoo! More music on Beacon Hill! (Now if only I were going to be in town to enjoy it…)
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