International Plaza returns in Rochester
Rochester, New York – On Sunday, May 1, The International Plaza is returning to Rochester.
According to officials from the City of Rochester, the event space and marketplace’s opening will be at 1 p.m. at 828 North Clinton Avenue and will be introduced by Mayor Malik D. Evans, City Council President Miguel Meléndez, the Ibero-American Development Corporation, as well as other officials.
The International Plaza is a Latin-themed market that features cultural entertainment, activities, and assortments of food and products for citizens.
According to officials, the International Plaza will be open every Sunday from 12 noon to 4 p.m., with extended hours open for vendors in re-purposed shipping containers throughout the spring, summer, and fall.
The International Plaza has been described as a space for the community to build on the cultural and artistic assets of the neighborhood.
The International Plaza will be open until October 16.