Simi Valley | Hispanic heritage event on 9/16/2018

On Sunday September 16th, SimiChange is holding a free Hispanic Heritage event at Rancho Simi Community Park, Pavillion B located at 1765 Royal Avenue from 2-4 pm. The community also locally refers to the location as the Erringer duck park, which is known for its large lake and wildlife. There will be Folklorico and Azteka dancing, Pinatas, free food and a warm and welcoming atmosphere which celebrates a key diverse part of the Simi Valley community. A full quarter of the city is filled with our Hispanic friends and the strength of the city in large part depends on their inspiring ideas, hard work, and support.

In a time where some are working to divide our community, our family, and our friends, we want to welcome everyone into the same American family, as our founders intended in our Constitution when they said All Men are created equal. We intend this Sunday to celebrate our diversity which has enriched our city.

The recent decision by the Simi Valley City Council to fight California’s SB54 law, a decision which went against the decision of every other city in Ventura county, has awakened our hearts to the plight of our neighbors and inspired the campaigns of Dawn Gray, Ruth Luevanos, and Phil Loos.

Together our SimiChange slate of candidates hopes to bring stability back to the budget of the city, bring customers back into places like our struggling mall, and bring a sense of safety back into the members of our community by denouncing the division and hate the City Council created with their politicized votes.

Please join us with your friends and families this Sunday as we stand strong and strengthen the love our community has for one another by forging some new and strengthening other lasting bonds.

SimiChange is Endorsed By

Simi Valley Democratic Club

 


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