We Are One Festival set for Aug. 13, vendors welcome

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MANCHESTER, NH – The annual We Are One (WAO) Festival will be held on Saturday, August 13 in Veterans Memorial Park from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

We Are One (WAO) Music/Culture Festival brings together the oldest Latino and African-centered cultural festivals in New Hampshire. Latinos Unidos established the Latino Festival in 2000 and Ujima Collective founded the African/Caribbean Celebration in 2001, and now they combine efforts to celebrate their unique ancestry, common cultural heritage and shared interests because we are “better together.”

WAO03Organizers are looking for non-profit exhibitors, for-profit vendors, socially responsible businesses, concerned citizen and interested individuals to promote your products, advertise your services, share your innovations or market your contributions to the community. You can increase your income, your community engagement presence and participation and even your contributions to community building at the WAO Festival.

Food Vendor:  $200 – Food Vendors will be allocated one 10-by-10 foot space. Vendors must provide their own tent and table. Food Vendors must also be registered and approved by the Health Department. (Earlybird rate postmarked or received before July 1 – $150)

Community Vendor:  $150 – Exhibitors will be allocated one 10-by-10 foot space. Vendors provide their own tent and table. (Early bird rate postmarked or received before July 1 – $100)

Community Sponsor: $250 – Exhibitors will receive a full page ad in the program book and will be allocated one 10-by-10 foot space. Vendors provide their own tent and table.

Please make your checks or money order payable to our fiscal agent (InTown Manchester, 1000 Elm St., Manchester, NH 03101) or pay online at ujimacollective.mysite.com

For more information: (603) 627-4631 or ujima@netzero.com

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Carol Robidoux

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Longtime NH journalist and publisher of ManchesterInkLink.com. Loves R&B, German beer, and the Queen City!