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Harvest Bazaar at the Carlos Rosario School

Come and shop with your family and friends! The Carlos Rosario School-Small Business and Entrepreneurship Program will host its Annual Fall Harvest Bazaar, on Saturday, November 23rd, from 11am to 3pm, at our Harvard Street Campus (1100 Harvard Street, NW). This event will have 25 vendors featuring artisan crafts and gourmet food service start-ups with a global flavor. Artistic performers from the Program will showcase their musical talents and folkdance performances. For more information contact Raul Medrano, (202) 797-4700, ext.235  

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Lilo Gonzalez is a musician and songwriter based in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood in Washington, DC. He came to the US from El Salvador in the 1980s as a refugee of the civil war. Looking to improve his son’s quality of life, he started working as soon as he arrived. β€œI got here on a… Read more »

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