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MIA Latin Festival 2014

What: MIA Latin Festival 2014 latinfestival.co.nz

- Live Music and traditional dance performances
- Traditional Food Stalls
- Craft Stalls
- Dancing!
- Raffles
- Face Painting

When: Sunday 12th of October - 11am to 4 pm

Where: James Cabaret, 5 Hania Street, Mount Victoria, Wellington.

Entrance: Koha or $3 raffle tickets, with spot prizes every hour.
Cash only – no EFTPOS

We are Mujeres in Aotearoa Incorporated (MIA) - Latin American Women's Group, a non-profit organisation that works to maintain our Latin American Culture alive and share it with the rest of the Wellington community.

One of our main activities for this year, and the one that will attract a larger audience, is MIA Latin Festival 2014. During the Festival we will celebrate our cultural heritage through live performances, traditional food stalls, crafts, games and children activities.

We would like to invite you to be part of this initiative by helping us promote this event.

MIA Latin Festival 2014 is sponsored by several Wellington's Latin businesses, Latin American Embassies and Wellington City Council. Please read our websitemujeres.org.nz to learn more about MIA.

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