Livermore: Filipino Barrio Fiesta welcomes all this Sunday


The third annual Filipino Barrio Fiesta takes place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Sunday at the Bankhead Theater Plaza, 2400 First St., in Livermore.

The free family-oriented celebration will include Filipino food, games, music and dances, historical exhibits and a community mapping project that traces the history of the Filipino people in the United States.

The event, with the theme "Trinity of Past, Present and Future," is free, sponsored by the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center and the Livermore Fil-Am Organization. October is Filipino American History Month. At noon, there will be a speech by Robyn Rodriguez, head of the Department of Asian American Studies at UC Davis.

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