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Hispanic Art Walk

Jocelyn and Shannin Gonzalez, Vanessa Rojas, Carolina Medellin
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Susan and Tabitha Perry
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Scott Boone, Carlos Bouvier
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Salva Dominguez, Mark, Amy and Alain Cid
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Sally Keiser, Matt Pittman
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Luis Nunez
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Liliana, Victoria, Michelle, Christian and Felipe Andrade
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Kristy Ortiz
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Kimi Watts, Margie Harner, Channcey Scott, Allen Wiltse, Joe Wells, Evelia Ross
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Keith Hall
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Joshua Simmons, Matu Feliciano
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Hector Curotto, Fiorella Emery
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Dances and live music entertained the crowds
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Garrett Weldon, Joshua Simmons
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Mexican traditional dances
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Mexican traditional dances
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Mexican traditional dances at the Eco Latino
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Crowd applauds Kristy Ortiz's performance of the national anthem
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Ana Turner, Rosemarie Brenton from Savannah, Ga.
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Ana Turner, Rosemarie Brenton
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Artistic director Carlos Bouvier surrounded by cultural performers
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Chris Gibson
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Carlos Bouvier, Kristy Ortiz
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Brandon Heaps, Jeremy Hereford
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Billie Sue Ellis, Juan Lopez
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Becky Lucia, Evon Lewis, Tiffany Malmkar
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Ariana, Jace and Nabyla Scamarone
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Ana Turner, Rosemarie Brenton
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Eco Latino organized Hispanic Art Walk on Oct. 26 at the Jacksonville Landing in Downtown Jacksonville, while celebrating their sixth year. Performers from Mexico, Puerto Rico and other cultural backgrounds performed dances and live music for more than 200. People gathered in a family setting to enjoy the show with the convenience of the Landing for food and beverages.

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