The biannual Fiestaval was held this past weekend to celebrate Latin American culture in Bowling Green. The event is a precursor to Mexican Independence Day and features many traditional dances, games and authentic Latin food. The organizers hoped that the event would bring together the Latin American community and help pass on the culture to the next generation.
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