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Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month LibGuide

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage with the library September 15 through October 15. Attend these programs and experience the rich culture and history of Hispanic people.

Orlando Public Library, Library Central

Hispanic artists Francisco Londono, José Marcano, José Luis Pasarell, José Peyo Vazquez and Claudia Yagnam present their artwork as an ode to their culture and history in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Dialogue in Transit will remain on display through October.

Meet the Author: Blas A. Padrino

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Orlando Public Library, Albertson Room
Saturday, October 6, 11:30 a.m.

Reporter Terry Toledo never imagined that riding on a hurricane-tracker’s plane in the eye of a storm would result in anything more than a thirty-second news segment about ferocious weather. When she and storm-tracker Felix Robles realize they’ve stumbled upon a half-century-old plane wreck dumped by the hurricane onto a deserted Bahamian islet halfway to Cuba, they suddenly find themselves targeted by someone who will stop at nothing to keep the truth about the wreck a secret forever. Cuban born author and lawyer Blas Padrino will discuss his novel Flight to Nowhere. Book sale and signing follows the program.

Latin American Music at the Library

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South Creek Branch
Saturday, October 6, 2:30 p.m.

Musicians Loly Osegueda and Jose Humberto Sanchez present a concert at the library. Enjoy the soulful and energetic sounds of Latin American music in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. All are welcome to attend.

2nd Annual Mexican Film Festival

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Orlando Public Library, Library Central
Sunday, October 7, 2:30 p.m.

Discover and understand the history and culture of Mexico. Orlando Public Library and Consulate of Mexico invite you to join us for the viewing of El Alma de México, a five-segment documentary covering pre-Columbian times to present-day. The international renowned Mexican writer Carlos Fuentes narrates the film in Spanish with English subtitles.

These special events are FREE and everyone is invited!
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