Sugar Cane Festival

2019 Sugar Cane Festival

June 8, 2019  11:00am – 3:00pm  6th & Susquehanna

Each year, Sugar Cane 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 Sugar Cane Festival attracts thousands of visitors over the course of the day.

If you are interested in being a sponsor or renting a booth, please call 267-296-7335 or email info@apmphila.org.  Online sponsorship form HERE

2019 SPONSORS

 

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APM Sugarcane Festival 2016

APM Sugarcane Festival 2016

A photo display of the 2016 APM Sugarcane Festival.

Photos by Simon Bolivar and music by Franco Olivo Y Alto Voltaje.

 

 

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