With 22 offices throughout the entire state of Georgia, Daniel Ahart has 30+ years experience assisting individuals and businesses in Georgia with their tax needs. Many of those clients are of Hispanic Heritage, whether first and second generation of Hispanics.
Georgia has a sizeable immigrant community, much of which hails from Mexico.
As published on AmericanInmmigrationCouncil.org, one in ten Georgians was born in another country, while 1 in 13 residents is a native-born U.S. citizen with at least one immigrant parent.
Celebrating a Diverse Latinx Culture
- September 15 – La Alianza: Latino Fest Gainesville 5pm-9pm, Hall County
- September 21 – GA Assoc. of Latino Elected Officials: Annual Latino Leaders Summit 8:30am-9:30am, Peachtree Corners
- September 21 – Tri-City Latino Association: Tri-City Latino Festival 12pm-10pm, Columbus
- September 27 – Alianza Latina: Prevencion de Abuson Sexual 10am-11:30am, Tucker
- September 28 – Dignidad Inmigrante Athens: Latinx Fest 12pm-8pm, Athens
- September 28 – El Refugio: House Warming 2pm, Lumpkin
- September 29 – GA Hispanic Heritage Alliance: HispanicFest 2019, 12pm-8pm, Forest Park
- October 4 – GA Assoc. of Latino Elected Officials: Hispanic Heritage Luncheon 11am-2pm, Atlanta
- October 4-6 – Latinas in Media Atlanta: Mi Familia: One Act Plays Various Times, Doraville
- October 5 – Latin American Association: Annual Latin Fever Ball 7pm-11:30pm, Atlanta
- October 12 – Nuestra Voz de Middle Georgia: Hispanic Heritage Festival 12pm-7pm, Byron
- October 12 – Georgia State University: Latinx Authors 6pm-8pm, Atlanta
- October 13 – Latino Community Fund & Latino Linq: Atlanta Pride Day Long, Atlanta
- October 13 – Unidos Somos United: Conyers Latin Festival 12pm-7pm, Conyers
This calendar aggregates Hispanic/Latinx community-centered events provided by our member and partner organizations. You can get more information to access our Public Calendar so you can learn more about each event you want to participate in by visiting https://lcfgeorgia.org/community-calendar/.