Sugarcane Festival

Sugarcane Festival

We invite you to celebrate the Official Start of Summer in Latino Philadelphia!
June 2, 2018
11:00 am – 3:00 pm
  

Each year, Sugarcane Festival attendees look forward to presentations from area businesses and organizations, as well as listening to great music and family fun. We offer community residents information about the benefits of foster care/adoption, home ownership and recycling among other activities. We’re also planning to have a children’s area with family-friendly activities and games, as well as a variety of health and human services information. The Sugarcane Festival attracts thousands of visitors over the course of the day.

If you are interested in sponsoring or getting a booth at the Sugarcane festival this year, please download the form HERE

You can also fill out the form online at: Goo.gl/4LAUVy

For any inquiries about the Sugarcane Festival, please feel free to contact 267-296-7363, or via email at: info@apmphila.org.

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