MONROE – The Union County Public Library is hosting several entertaining and educational programs Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Programs include game nights with lotería and dominoes, Quinceañera make-up class, Quinceañera extravaganza, teen writing programs with Irania Patterson and Carlos Robinson and an oral history project to record the Hispanic voices.
“This is a great opportunity for the residents of Union County to learn about, and celebrate, the Hispanic cultures of Union County,” said library employee Tino Bratbo, who is coordinating the programs. “It’s an opportunity for everyone – those who speak Spanish and those who speak English, those of Hispanic heritage and those who are not, children and adults, to participate in something together and learn from each other.”
Visit http://co.union.nc.us/departments/library/view-monthly-program-guide for details.