Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month Announces Maya La Feria Internacional de Cultura Co-sponsored by Cathedral City
CATHEDRAL CITY — Maya La Feria Internacional de Cultura is an annual celebration of Maya culture and heritage hosted in Cathedral City, an ideal location for this event.
“As a majority Latino community, it’s important to me as the Communications & Events Manager to celebrate our diversity and to provide more free activities our families can enjoy,” Ryan Hunt told Uken Report. “Being so close to Hispanic Heritage Month is also great timing for this event.”
The event features traditional music and cuisine, arts and crafts, beer garden and performances from both local and international artists. Experience the beauty and vibrancy of the Maya culture at MAYA La Feria Internacional de Cultura!
Maya La Feria festival has had a significant positive impact on the local community, bringing a sense of unity and camaraderie to the area and positively impacting the neighborhood.
The vibrant colors, music, dancing, and food of the festival have given people something to look forward to and have helped create a happier, more enjoyable atmosphere for residents. Local businesses will also benefit from the influx of visitors to the area, providing much-needed economic activity.
“Rafael Oscal with the Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce reached out to the Cathedral City Chamber of Commerce with the idea earlier this year, and then they connected with me about doing a Special Use Permit for Downtown,” Hunt told Uken Report. “The City Council approved the event on Wednesday, May 24, 2023, which is set to feature folklorico performances, live entertainment and cultural cuisine/presentations representing Mexico, Central & South America.”
While this is managed and operated by a third-party, the city is a proud sponsor and has been assisting with marketing efforts leading up to the festival, Hunt said. Maya La Feria International De Cultura projects a strong local and regional audience and represents another local event dedicated to celebrating the culture and history of Latino countries/heritage.
“The City of Cathedral City is excited to welcome the inaugural Maya La Feria International De Cultura event to our Downtown,” Cathedral City Mayor Rita Lamb said in a statement. “This free festival is dedicated to celebrating the vibrant culture, heritage, and history of Mexico, Central and South America, and that’s important to our City Council as a proud majority Latino community.
Get ready for two full days of nonstop entertainment at the Festival of Fun! Live music sets from both local and internationally acclaimed singers and performing groups will fill the air as attendees embark on an exciting journey of food, beers, art, and activities for the entire family.
“We bring Maya la Feria Internacional de Cultura to Cathedral City on Saturday, Oct. 21 and Sunday, Oct. 22 to create an unforgettable experience with the sights and sounds of local and international cultures and their unique customs at Cathedral City’s Multicultural Festival.
This vibrant event also brings together members of the community from around the Coachella Valley to share and enjoy the sights, scents, and sounds of traditional and modern cultures in a fun and festive atmosphere.,” Rafael Oscal, President, of Cámara de Comercio Hispana Americana Guatemala, said in a statement.
This fair is organized by Cámara de Comercio Hispano-Americana Guatemala and offers a unique opportunity to explore, live and learn about the Latin Culture. Get more information at www.mayalaferia.com
Since 2018, Camara de Comercio (“CACHAUS ”) is a leader Hispanic Chamber in California and now it is in Cathedral City. The Chamber offers a variety of services, events, festivals, and support to our communities when they need them.
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