Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrates at Chicago Public Library

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The Chicago Public Library is “Celebrating Diversity” with its observance of Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 – October 15, featuring a variety of programs highlighting the culture, traditions and contributions of Hispanic and Latino residents who trace their roots to Spain, Mexico and the Spanish speaking nations of Central America, South America and the Caribbean. Throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, the Library will present a variety of entertaining programs for all ages. Celebration highlights include:

  • Canta el gallo con el kiri kiri ki!
  • Artist’s Talk: Jason Castaneda
  • Lucha Libre Collage & Mask Making
  • Learn Spanish for Adults & Kids with Multilingual Chicago
  • Los Huicholes
  • Chuy Negrete

Additionally, a bibliography of books about notable Hispanics and Latinos are available at all Library branches and on the Library’s website throughout the year. For a complete listing of programs, visit one of the many Chicago Public Library locations or the Library’s website at chipublib.org.

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