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Latin handicrafts and dance enliven an underutilized P.C. parking lot
April 7, 2022 at 1:03 a.m.
Banner welcoming people to Port Chester’s first Cultural Handicrafts Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, Mar. 26 and 27 in the parking lot at 130 Midland Ave.
Elizabeth Valdovinos of Port Chester sports and displays Mexican hats she is selling.
Port Chester residents Gilda Marquez and her son Yerik Hernandez, 11, scan the multitude of jewelry on display at one of the many booths selling Mexican handicrafts.
One of three sets of Ecuadorean dancers who entertained vendors and customers at the Port Chester Handicrafts Weekend.
Delailah Cabrera of Port Chester came up with the idea for the event, which was also sponsored by Port Chester Community Gardens and The Renatus Group, which owns the parking lot. She is vending Mexican products such as Rompope (eggnog).
Some of the Mexican handicrafts on display at the booth of Gabriela Bravo and Aileen Pastrana of Queens.
A colorfully embroidered dress from Mexico.