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If you have time and energy to spend, go to the Convention Center (200 E Market) Saturday and Sunday and enjoy a super kid-friendly atmosphere with a wide variety of activities from music, fashion, interviews, meet-and-greets and games. Here’s some highlights

Saturday:

10:45am:
¡A Bailar! With the Guadalupe Dance Academy and Ballet Folklórico de Navarro.

12:15pm:
Mariachi Vargas Extravaganza. A ranchera concert with last year’s two young winners of the annual MVE singing competition: Karen Zavala and Nelson Ruiz.

1:50pm:
Latinos & Education, a panel with former CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien, U.S. Congressman Joaquín Castro, Univision’s Pamela Silva-Conde and Dreamer Benita Véliz.

3:45pm:
A tribute to the late Jenni Rivera with Chiquis Marín, Juan Rivera and Pepe Garza.

4:15pm:
Bobby Pulido. A performance by the Lo Nuestro-nominated Tejano artist.

Sunday:

12:45pm:
Kat Dahlia. A performance by the talented Cuban-American, arguably the baddest bilingual singer-rapper in the U.S.

(For complete schedule, go to peopleenespanol.com/festival)

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