Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 - October 15

Hispanic Heritage Month is a nationally recognized celebration of the contributions and achievements of Hispanic Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. The library will host events in celebration of these individuals and their culture. Join us for dance performances, craft programs for children, historical lectures and more!

Upcoming Events

Registration Required
Monday
September
9
11:00​am
(North Orange - Meeting Room)
Event Category: Cooking & Food
Learn about Hispanic foods while you mash, spread and roll a delicioso Mexican inspired dish. Registration required. Recommended for preschoolers.
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Registration Required
Wednesday
September
11
4:30​pm
(Alafaya - Meeting Room 1)
Children will learn about the origin of arpilleras and use fabric to tell their own story through art. Supplies will include scraps of fabric, yarn, felt, scissors and glue.
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Sunday
September
15
2:00​pm
(Library Central)
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the tropical sounds of Caramba Productions. The performance will include Latin Jazz standards, Salsa, Merengue, Cuban music and more.
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Sounds of Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month Resource Guide

Use this guide to access books, movies, databases, and community resources celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.