September 15 marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month! To celebrate, the Library will be offering several programs. Join us for speakers, performances, film screenings, book discussions, and more as we celebrate Latinx history and culture! Read on to learn more about upcoming programs and recommended titles from our Collection.
Stop by the Digital Media Lab anytime during the program to explore a fun activity and learn about some cool technology with your family. This month, we'll be doing some activities in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Please note: This event is drop-in and we may need to limit the number of participants in the Digital Media Lab at any given time.
Dance and music are incorporated in this interactive master class which introduces historical and cultural information about Spanish influences on the development of Latin dance. Sponsored by the Friends of the Henrico County Public Library.
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a sampling of tacos. Join Cristina Ramirez, of Varina Area Library, in learning about a few quick and easy taco recipes, how to prepare a variety of toppings, and create your own taco bar at home.
We are celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month with some fun, hands-on cultural activities! We’ll discuss different styles of art from Latin cultures and do a variety of art projects. All artistic skill levels are welcome!
Dance and music are incorporated in this interactive master class, which introduces historical and cultural information about the Caribbean, Indigenous, and African influences on the development of Latin dance. Sponsored by the Friends of the Henrico County Public Library.
Meet us at Twin Hickory Library if you are a beginning or intermediate level Spanish-speaker. Test your basic Spanish vocabulary skills in this fun, friendly, and noncompetitive game of Spanish language Bingo for adults. Participate for a chance to win a prize.
View and discuss the award-winning dance film honoring Black female tobacco workers in Richmond and Puerto Rican anti-colonial activists Dominga de La Cruz Becernil and Luisa Capetillo. A panel discussion with co-creators Alicia Díaz (director), Patricia Herrera (dramaturg), and Christine Wyatt (dance artist and cultural organizer) will include live music from the film soundtrack by members of Kadencia. There will be a brief artists' reception at the start of the program. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.