Hispanic Heritage Month in Washington D.C.
National Hispanic Heritage Month will be taking place in Washington, D.C. from September 15th- October 15th, 2010. The celebration includes a number of events including festivals, gallery exhibits, dance demonstrations, food tastings and much more. Come out and celebrate the Hispanic culture from all over the world.
Latino Festival – Fiesta D.C. (September 26, 2010) The Latino Festival will be taking place on the downtown streets of D.C. and features a children’s festivals, delicious international cuisine and a parade.
Fiesta Musical at the National Zoo (September 19, 2010, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.) The National Zoo will be hosting Fiesta Musical where there will be traditional dance performances and a celebration with the animals as well as great food and music. Bring out the entire family for this fun event!
Hispanic Heritage Month at the National Museum of American History (Through the month of September) The Smithsonian Museum will be honoring Hispanic Heritage Month by showcasing the amazing exhibit “The Mexican Revolution: American Legacy” which gives visitors a view into the immigrants who traveled to The United States following The Mexican Revolution.
Hispanic Heritage Month at the National Gallery of Art (September 15 – October 15, 2010)
AFI Latin American Film Festival (September 21- October 13, 2010; AFI Silver Theater and Cultural Center; Silver Spring, MD) The annually held AFI Latin American Film Festival will feature some of the best films from Latin America, Portugal, Spain and beyond. There will be over 30 films hailing from 18 countries worldwide.
International Festival of Hispanic Theater (October 19- November 27, 2010; Gunston Arts Center, Theatre Two; 2700 S. Lang St., Arlington, VA) The Gunston Arts Center in Arlington, Virginia will be hosting world renowned theatre troupes from Spain and Latin America.
Source: On Board
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