WIMAUMA: Multicultural festival

Published on: September 19, 2018

Multicultural festival  of food, fun, fellowship at Our Lady of Guadalupe


Ev Ibarra, left, and Lizbeth Arellano, both Lennard High School students, perform a traditional folk dance at the Our Lady of Guadalupe Church Festival last Sunday.

Enjoying a taco at the Mexico food booth are Javier Hernandez, left, and Lennard student Luis Santos. Serving are Guadalupe
Church members Lithia Pablo and Margaret Davila.

Lizbeth Arellano, a member of Guadalupe Church and a Lennard student, with her cousin Bryan Arellano, a Shields student, in front of the entrance to the Guadalupe church on Hwy. 301 in between Sun City Center and Wimauma.

The country of Colombia is represented at this kiosk by Guadalupe Church member Liadi Bermudez, left, and Marina Soche with Isabella Rodriquez of Mexico in front.

Young church members performed a variety of colorful folk dances in front of the Our Lady of Guadalupe Church last Sunday in Wimauma.

Various Hispanic countries were represented with food kiosks at the Multicultural Festival last Sunday at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Wimauma. Serving food with a background and heritage from Puerto Rico were church members, from left, Carmen Rodriquez, Elba Velazquez, Ricardo Carrasquillo, Emma Feliciano, Elisea Rabell and Carmen Rabell.