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Adams Morgan Day Festival

The 26th Annual Adams Morgan Day will be celebrated with the traditional 18th Street Festival on Sunday, September 11 from noon - 6 pm. The festival will feature: vendors offering multicultural specialty items, arts, crafts, a variety of food and drink, and wares and wonders of many types, 'Arts on Belmont' (between 18th St. and Columbia Rd. ) with original art in a wide variety of styles and mediums, a Kids Fair with games and activities for children, and a youth basketball tournament at Marie Reed School, and two large music stages will define the main entrances to the Festival area at Columbia Road and Florida Avenue.
Adams Morgan long has been a gateway community for immigrants. Since the 1960s, the predominant international presence in both communities has been Latino, with the majority of immigrants coming from El Salvador, Guatemala and other Central American countries.

For more information please call 202-232-1960

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Adams Morgan day staff welcome visitors to the festival.

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Urban dancers perform for the crowd.

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This woman enjoys latin dance.

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Merengue is a lively dance style

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Dancing at the Adam's Morgan day festival

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Salsa is a partner dance form that corresponds to salsa music.

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Children have fun taking a mini-train ride. *

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This kid has fun sliding down

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These children learn anatomy of the human body at Adam's Morgan Day booth.

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These girls have fun learning how to mix ingredients.

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This young man views african craftwork

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African textiles can be purchased at the Adam's Morgan day festival.

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A diverse crowd attended the festival

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People really enjoyed all the different display boothes.

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Two young ladies enjoy this talented friend's voice.

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