The 3-day Fiesta Waukesha kicked-off Friday with a $110K donation from the Waukesha State Bank for La Casa de Esperanza Charter School.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
June 11, 2016
Waukesha, WI – On Saturday, Anselmo Villarreal, the President and CEO of La Casa de Esperanza, Inc. confirmed during their Fiesta Waukesha that the Waukesha State Bank donated a symbolic check worth $110,000 for La Casa de Esperanza Chartered School. The 3-day Fiesta Waukesha which is sponsored by La Casa de Esperanza began on Friday at Frame Park and will end on Sunday night at 10 p.m.
A variety of including the delicious and famous Reilly BBQ ribs is featured at the Fiesta, which Waukesha Mayor Shawn Reilly himself cooks with the help of his daughter. This weekend marks, the 26th year that Villarreal has managed Fiesta Waukesha with volunteers and staff members, which began in the early 1980’s next to the non-profit organization.
This year music entertainment includes a mix of Mexican and Puerto Rican music that included traditional and cultural folkloric dance and ballad groups by the banks of the Fox River at Frame Park.
Nalani Gomez, a popular Mexican style singer from the Milwaukee area debuted with the stage name Dalia del Campo at the Fiesta Waukesha on Saturday. Other groups that were featured on Saturday were Estrella Latina, Zona D’Fuego, Chicano Nation, Izaaq y Yemenal and La Revelación including carnival rides.
Video: Dalia del Campo debuted at Fiesta Waukesha 2016 http://bit.ly/1U1QwOe