Pitt’s Latin American Festival Postponed Until September

Pitt’s Latin American Festival Postponed Until September

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The Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) at the University of Pittsburgh has decided to postpone its Latin American and Caribbean Festival originally scheduled for April 4.

The change is due to public health concerns surrounding COVID-19, in line with the University’s risk assessment and mitigation strategy. The Festival will be postponed until the Fall 2020.

The new date is Saturday, September 26, 2020, held in the same location (Wesley W. Posvar Hall Patio).

Vendors and participants will receive an email with additional details regarding the changes. Luz Amanda Hank, Asst. Director for Partnerships and Programing, is the contact for any questions and concerns. She can be reached at lavst12@pitt.edu.

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