HISPANIC HERITAGE FESTIVAL
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AHAM began celebrating the Hispanic Heritage Month in 1998 at the Greer-Jean M. Smith Public Library by showcasing folkloric dresses, traditional food and artistic displays . Since then, AHAM has taken its festival to different venues in Greenville county such as Furman University, the Hughes Greenville Library, and more recently, McAlister Square.
The Hispanic Heritage Festival is currently the largest fundraiser for AHAM, as members bring regional desserts and savory dishes to share. Members also perform artistic presentations from various Latin American countries.