PORTLAND,Ore. -- The organizers of the Cinco de Mayo festival aren't letting a little cold weather ruin their day.
The Folklorico dancers were up practicing nice and early wednesday morning.
Event planners say holding a festival in the spring -- means they're ready for any kind of weather. The festival runs until 11 p.m. on Portland's Tom McCall Waterfront Park.
It's presented each year by the Portland Guadalajara Sister City Association, featuring Latino music, dance, food & other entertainment.
$6 Adults $4 Seniors (62+)
$3 Kids (6-12) Under 6 = Free
Meanwhile, 49 new U.S. citizens representing 25 countrieswere set to be sworn in at a ceremony by immigration officials.
The most represented nations are Mexico and India, (5) and South Korea and Vietnam with (4 each.)