African American Heritage Festival Draws Large Crowd
Hundreds of people made their way to Penn State Altoona over the weekend for the 20th annual African American Heritage Festival.
The event honours and pays tribute to African Americans who have made Blair County and the rest of the regional a better place to live. It also celebrates African American culture and history. The festivities included music, art and food.
The event is hosted each year by the African American Heritage Project of Blair County.
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