Cinco De Mayo a hit

<p>A rope spinner wows the crowd lined up for a parade on Second Street on Sunday. More than 2,000 people crowded the streets of downtown Hermiston for a fiesta full of music, food and activities for kids. Multiple bands and entertainers performed through out the day.</p>

After Sunday’s event, Hermiston may have a reputation for celebrating Cinco de Mayo.  

For one day, foot traffic replaced the coming and going of cars on Second Street, and festive music echoed as an estimated 2,000 residents or more people from across the area gathered to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. 

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