NATIONAL HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
Virtual Events with the Orange County Public Library
From genealogy to cooking and dancing, the virtual class lineup is calling the whole family. Here are a few of the events coming up in recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Little Chef: Bean Burritos
Learn about Hispanic foods while you mash, spread and roll a delicioso Mexican inspired dish.
*Recommended for preschoolers, adult participation is required.
September 22 | 2:00 PM
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage with musical craft activities and learn Spanish names for some popular musical instruments.
September 23 | 2:00 PM
Bilingual Storytime for Families
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with interactive storytime in English and Spanish.
October 3 | 10:00 AM
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Mexican Lotería, a bingo game that's over one hundred years old! Have fun and win prizes in this game of chance. Learn the history of Lotería and simple Spanish words along the way.
October 14 | 6:00 PM
GET YOUR CALENDAR READY.
Your Dance Card is About to be Full!
Here are a few events coming our way, socially distanced of course.
BOMBSHELL: Masquerading Warfare
September 17 through October 11, 2020 | CityArts
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
September 20, 2020 | 1:00 PM | Live on Fox
Global Peace Film Festival
September 21 through October 4, 2020 | Virtual Viewing
September 26, 2020 | 7:30 PM | Exploria Stadium
(First professional orchestra to perform a full concert in a U.S. soccer stadium)
JA Edwards Race 2 Cure
October 1 through October 31, 2020 | Virtual Event
Bright Young Things
October 2 through October 24, 2020 | Secret Location in Downtown Orlando
JEFRË: Points of Connection
October 3 through January 3, 2021 | Orlando Museum of Art
November 28 through 29, 2020 | Seneff Arts Plaza
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Alpha Centauri – At The Drive In
El Cuarto de Tula – Buena Vista Social Club
Burn – Hinds
Dulces Recuerdos – Flor de Toloache
Dearly Departed (feat. Esmé Patterson) – Shakey Graves
Boyfriend – Selena Gomez
Heartbeats – José González
Turn the Beat Around – Gloria Estefan
Evil Ways – Santana
Mambo Gozon – Tito Puente
Five Seconds – Twin Shadow