Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month is September 15 to October 15.

"Women of the Mexican Revolution" Series by Joseph Wolves Kill

The event has been celebrated since 1968 and involves demonstrations of Latin American culture, art, and history. Many Americans know that Mexican Independence is celeb

rated on September 15 and 16, but Hispanic Heritage Month also includes the anniversaries of independence in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Chile and Nicaragua.

More information is here: http://hispanicheritagemonth.gov/index.html.

The Valley of the Sun is a great place to be for Hispanic Heritage, there are events going on everywhere. At Xico, “Caras Amadas” exhibition features portraits of members of the Hispanic community through September 17. We are also collaborating with the town of Gilbert on an art exhibition to be displayed at the Gilbert Town Hall, Courthouse, and other city buildings.

Find more great events (including Xico’s Dia de los Muertos Festival) at the CALA Alliance: http://www.calaalliance.org/ and in the Arizona Republic: 

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