Join us between September 15 – October 15 as we celebrate Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month! During this month-long celebration, we honor the history, culture, and contributions of those whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. We commemorate the many achievements that Latinx and Hispanic people have made, from colorful visual art to compelling literary works to relentless activism.
- Thursday, October 7 @ 7:00pm - Noche de Loteria/Loteria Night, opens a new window
- Friday, October 22 @ 4:30pm - Family Craft: Día de los Muertos Flower Crown, opens a new window
- Storytimes: Join our librarians for Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month-themed stories, rhymes, and songs on Facebook Live!, opens a new window See our virtual events calendar, opens a new window for dates.
- Picture Books: Hispanic Heritage Month, opens a new window
- Middle Grade Books: Hispanic Heritage Month, opens a new window
Need help finding your next read? Try our Shelf Made, opens a new window book recommendation service to receive customized recommendations tailored to your interests and your mood.
eLibrary Resources (available with your library card, opens a new window):
- Check out eBook collections on Overdrive/Libby, opens a new window
- Find movies, opens a new window and audiobooks, opens a new window on Hoopla featuring Latinx and Hispanic authors and stories.
- Explore Latinx and Hispanic documentaries & films on Kanopy, opens a new window.
- Library of Congress, opens a new window
- The Smithsonian, opens a new window
- National Hispanic Cultural Center, opens a new window
Alicia Hulten, Youth Services Librarian, Mitchell Park Library | Follow @MissAlicia on Bibliocommons