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"Hispanics: One Endless Voice to Enhance our Traditions"

Join AACC in celebrating the history, culture, and traditions that define the Hispanic community and its future as a group. Customs and traditions always will be part of the Hispanic population. AACC has planned events and activities to promote and share with the general community a legacy of history, culture and traditions.


Friday, September 14

Rescheduled for October 5

Outdoor Movie Screening of "Coco"

Join us at the AACC West Campus Amphitheater for a free, family friendly movie under the stars. We will be kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month by watching "COCO". The movie will begin around 7:30 PM.
7:30 p.m. West Campus Ampitheater


Week of September 17

A Taste of Traditional Hispanic Food

Get your appeitite ready! Dining services will feature Hispanic food in the Hawk's Nest throughout the week.
Student Union Dining Hall


Saturday, September 22

Spanish Tertulia

Visit the Crofton Community Library to hear from Professor Linda Paez.
2 p.m. Crofton Community Library


Monday, September 24

Dress-Up/Show and Tell

It's like elementary school all over again! Come along and embrace the Hispanic culture by dressing up or bringing along a symbol of the Hispanic heritage to share with former Adelante students, faculty, and staff.
11:30 a.m. SUN 102


Monday, October 1

Salsa Lessons

Join the Hispanic Heritage Month Committee as we learn salsa taught by AACC professor Leah Needham.
12:30 p.m. SUN Dining Hall


Monday, October 8

Club Café

Join Campus Activities Board for Club Café where singers/songwriters perform. Join us for music, a chance to chat with performers, snacks, coffee, and tea. The artist performing will be the Icarus Account.
12:30 p.m. SUN Dining Hall


Tuesday, October 9

Latin Dance

Join the Hispanic Heritage Month committee for a Latin dance event.
12:30 p.m. SUN Dining Hall


Sept. 15 - Oct. 15

Hispanic Heritage Exhibits

Storytelling 
"Hispanics: One Endless Voice to Enhance our Traditions"

Visit this exhibit on the 2nd floor of the Andrew G. Truxal Library.

Art Exhibition
"Perspectivas Lativas"

Curated by Professor Wilfredo Valladares, visit this art exhibit from featured artists Juliana Vallejos and Rafael Rodriguez in the Pascal Center for Performing Arts Gallery.

Questions?

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Samuel Cordero-Puchales

410-777-2530

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