TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)- If you were needing a trip out of the Capital City but can't get out of town, today was your chance to getaway.
The Hispanic Delights Festival brought visitors south of the border with food from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Puerto Rico.
The festival also had an exhibition of fruit and vegetable craving by a local professional.
The festival was to help out the Spanish community.
"We're just part of the community and trying to offer this field and you know to offer some entertainment for the community," Pastor Polo Delacruz said. "We're paying off, by doing this we are paying off the land that would eventually build a church for the Spanish community."
The event has foods like chuchitos, chocoflan and tinga's toast.
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