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Old School Saturday Street Festival
Heritage Street Festival – This 2-day weekend event is the heart and soul of the community.
Kicking off a week-long series of activities, the Street Festival features a stage of local and national entertainment, as well as unique “Villages.”
- Artists’ Village: Local and national artists display a wide selection of original, ethnic artwork.
- Authors’ Village: Local and national authors showcase their literature.
- Children’s Village: Features face painting, storytelling, educational activities, and arts and crafts, as well as several other engaging activities for children.
- Greek Village: A platform for sororities and fraternities to showcase their organization and share information regarding their community involvement.
- Health Village: Adults and children are offered free health screenings for HIV, diabetes, hypertension, breast cancer, glaucoma and many other prevalent health concerns.
Heritage 5K Walk or Run for Cancer: Honors Felecia Ann Wintons-Taylor, a founding member of the Festival who lost her life to breast cancer, and emphasizes healthy living while addressing health concerns prevalent in the African-American community.
- Corporate Village: Bay area businesses have the opportunity to reinforce their brand. TBBHF supports community development, and the Street Festival allows local businesses to optimize opportunities by presenting a platform to promote products and distribute promotional materials.
|Where||Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park 600 N Ashley Dr, Tampa, FL 33602|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||10:00 am–6:00 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Kids, Teens, Families, Seniors|
More About Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park
The eight-acre Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park features a sleek urban design, two interactive fountains, a dog run, a kiosk with restrooms, and a Pavilion building with restrooms. The park's ultra-modern playground combines video games with aerobic exercise. It also has flexible perimeter seating that can accommodate a variety of programming and performances. Curtis Hixon Park utilizes reclaimed water for irrigation and LED lighting. A segment of the Riverwalk runs through the park connecting the David Straz Performing Arts Center to the Glazer Children's Museum and the Tampa Museum of Art.
Other events here
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