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This Beaver Dam Fiesta was billed as the 1st Annual. There were twenty vendors sharing their products and services with the Hispanic community. The Beaver Dam Community Library was one of the vendors with a nice display of Spanish books. Other venders included schools, churches, car dealerships, insurance agents, service organizations, translation services, and more.

People came for different reasons and many chose to taste some of the authentic food that was served. This was an opportunity for local businesses and service organizations to reach out. Also, the Hispanic community was able to learn all that is available to them. Next years date has been set for August 5th, 2006.


Nick DeMark with Family Health was the first vendor to share their services.


USMOS is non-profit, advocacy organization, provides programs and services for the under-served populations.


There was many piñatas at this festival.


Mass was served by St. Katharine Drexel Parish.


Decision making time... on what to eat.


Here are some more people enjoying authentic Hispanic food.


Products were available to purchase from Mexico, Ecuador, and Salvador.


One of the vendors is the Mazatlan Restaurant.


Free fun was provided for the children.


Magician John DeMeester keeps all of the children entertained.


Jessie Lopez wins the contest of Screaming Mexican Wacos.


Impacto Norteño performed for the crowd.