The Leon County Sheriff’s Office is hosting the third annual Hispanic Resource Festival on Saturday.

The goal is to create a resource between the sheriff’s office and the Hispanic community.

You’ll get to interact with SWAT team members, hostage negotiations, and dives.

There will also be information about other resources available in the county.

Brandon Ortiz says there will be Spanish speakers there to help connect with people regardless of language barriers.

“In a region where people came from strictly Spanish-speaking families that you could say would benefit from knowing that you have the ability to reach out to somebody and speak Spanish just to to get a two-way form of communication is very important,” Ortiz said. said.

It’s happening Saturday at Fred George Park from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m

Along with free haircuts, snow cones and children’s IDs, there will also be a raffle for a Ring Doorbell TV and camera.

You can also try Spanish dishes from local vendors.