We'll have events for all ages and interests, from live music performances to craft workshops, celebrating Hispanic culture, folklore and tradition.
Our celebration begins with Senor 4 & Senor 5: The Architects of Ancient Civilizations at 1 p.m. Saturday, September 16 at Chicago Lawn Branch. Kids and families, discover the importance of math, geometry and architecture to the history of the Americas.
- Latino Punk, History & Music: Explore Latino punk, a major part of Chicago's music scene.
- Butterflies in Migration: Learn about monarch butterflies' long journey south each fall in a migration that spans generations.
- Mexican Amate Paintings: Learn about traditional Mexican paper-making and painting.
- My Neighborhood: Pilsen: This documentary highlights the impact activism can have on a community.
- Adult Nonfiction and Adult Fiction: Explore health and identity
- Teen Books: magical worlds and hidden histories
- Kids Books: migrant stories, family traditions and more