Friday, May 3, 2013

Saturday To-Do: 15th Annual Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

Posted By on Fri, May 3, 2013 at 8:50 AM

The 15th Annual Cinco de Mayo Fiesta is Saturday at the Clinton Presidential Center pic
  • The 15th Annual Cinco de Mayo Fiesta is Saturday at the Clinton Presidential Center.

CINCO DE MAYO FIESTA
Noon. Clinton Presidential Center. Free.

So before you head on over to the inaugural Arkansas Times' Heritage Hog Roast in Argenta, you should definitely stop by the 15th Annual Cinco de Mayo Fiesta, organized by the League of United Latin American Citizens.

As Daniel Walker noted on Eat Arkansas (which should definitely be part of your daily blog reading), the event promises live music (from Grupo F5, Chico Style and Niris), dancing, kids' activities, games and, of course, delicious food and drinks.

If you guessed that that last part meant food trucks, well DING!-DING!-DING! We have a winner! The festival boasts "the best in gourmet food trucks, as well as the best international and authentic Mexican food from around the city served right in Downtown Little Rock." There will be Mexican beers available (and some domestics too), as well as real-deal, authentic margaritas.

All proceeds from the event will go toward higher education scholarships, including the Patricia Guardado Scholarship fund at UALR.

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