Chasco Fiesta Celebrates 100 Years of Giving with Native American Festival and Much More
Chasco Fiesta was first held in 1922 on the banks of the Cotee River in downtown New Port Richey. It featured a pageant dreamed up about the Calusa Indians and the Spanish explorers encountering each other locally. Things were very different then, but this enduring festival has grown while remaining true to its first days of parades, pageants, and fun.
Read on to learn about what the Chasco Fiesta offers today, as well as the history behind this amazing ten-day festival that raises funds to support nonprofits in the area and gets the City’s residents and visitors out to have a good time!
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