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Día del Niño: A Fiesta For Families In East Lake Chattanooga

Close-up of Fiesta de Día del Niño poster in Spanish.
ELLA Library

This weekend here in Chattanooga: Dia del Nino.

On Saturday, starting at Noon, ELLA Library - the community arts organization in the East Lake neighborhood - will host the family-friendly celebration, along with the nonprofit Culture Chatt, at East Lake Park at 3000 34th St.

Jazmine LeBlanc is cofounder and executive director of ELLA Library.

Jaime Kerns is cofounder of Culture Chatt.

Fiesta de Día del Niño poster in English.
ELLA Library
Fiesta de Día del Niño poster in Spanish.
ELLA Library

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