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HannaFest: Bringing Community Together After A Year Of Separation

HannaFest was first started to bring the community together for a fun event that raises awareness about the senior and youth programs. But it has become so much more than that. It's an opportunity for people to come together, enjoy good food, music, games, and local vendors while celebrating their community.

When the event had to be put on hold, the community missed it dearly. Hanna staff fielded calls almost daily asking when the event would be held again. This year, HannaFest is back, and it's being held to commemorate the center's 100-year anniversary.

The event is free and open to the public, so anyone can stop by and join in the fun. It's being held August 5th at Columbian Park in Lafayette from 12-4 PM. The park is a fantastic venue choice, with plenty of space for people to spread out and enjoy all the festivities have to offer.

HannaFest is more than just a fun day out. It's an opportunity for people to come together and reconnect with their community after a year of separation. It's a chance to celebrate what makes our community special and show our support for the senior and youth programs.

If you're in the Lafayette area, make sure to mark your calendar for HannaFest. It promises to be a day filled with fun, food, and fellowship. And who knows, you might even make some new friends while you're there! So if you're looking for a way to reconnect with your community and have a good time, be sure to stop by Columbian Park on the day of the event. We hope to see you there!


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