Ballet Folkloric

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Join our Latino Folkloric Club “Mi Cultura.” Ballet Folkloric is a form to learn, share and recognize our cultural. Through this club, we want to strengthen our identity as Latin Americans and thus, preserve and enrich the fundamental values of our community. Do not miss this opportunity to express the customs of our Latin heritage!

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Juntos

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Astoria/Warrenton Cohort at Warrenton Grade School
Spring Session 2017

A program designed IN SPANISH! For our Latino families with children in 8th- 12th grade.

“Education as a family goal. The best inheritance parents can give their children.”

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Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead

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Día de los Muertos or the Day of the Dead is an annual Mexican and Central American celebration to remember loves ones who have passed away. It is generally celebrated in the last week of October through the first days of November, which coincides with an observance of Catholic feast of All Saints’ and All Souls’s Day on November 1st and 2nd.

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Abriendo Puertas/Opening Doors

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A 10-week program for Latino parents with children of grade school age and younger who want to learn how to support and advocate for this children education. The program will be at Northwest Regional Education Service District in Tillamook, starting April 24th and offered in Spanish.

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El Teatro Milagro “El Payaso”

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The Lower Columbia Hispanic Council invites you to their fourth annual Cinco de Mayo Fiesta & Festival. This year we have the honor of bringing Teatro Milagro to our event who are performing a bilingual play “El Payaso”, written by Emilio Rodriguez and directed by Georgina Escobar. This will be a family event and entertainment presented for all-ages. Also performing a local folkloric dance group composed of school age children and adults.

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