Latin American culture heats up park

PEOPLE TOOK advantage of the mild weather to fill Spirit Square to experience Latin American culture at the Terrace Medley Night market Aug. 31.

SEVERAL DANCING groups performed to a good-sized crowd at the Terrace Medley Night Market featuring Latin American culture at spirit square in George Little Park Aug. 31. From right

PEOPLE TOOK advantage of the mild weather to fill Spirit Square to experience Latin American culture at the Terrace Medley Night market Aug. 31.

All ages of dancers performed in brightly coloured outfits, including some young people in western clothing and cowboy hats.

Flags of Latin American countries, hung along the park side of the stage, flapped in the breeze.

Maggie Ottenbreit came out to sing two songs: La Bamba and Vaya Con Dios.

People lined up at vendors set up along the edge of the square, selling foods and other items.

The next Terrace Medley Night Market wlil feature aboriginal culture Sept. 28 at Spirit Square.

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