Tell Your Story with Music: Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) falls every year between September 15th and October 15th. This year, the Tulsa City-County Library is celebrating HHM with fun family programming on the theme of "Tell Your Story with Music." The Hispanic Resource Center will offer programming for all ages to enjoy.

The highlight of Hispanic Heritage Month will be a family-friendly evening at the Martin Regional Library (2601 S Garnett Rd). Join us for entertaining mariachi music and a fascinating presentation by author and illustrator Angela Dominguez. Her new children's picture book, "Sing, Don't Cry," shares the story of Dominguez's musician grandfather and the importance of sharing music together as a family. This intergenerational program will delight the whole family.

Other Hispanic Heritage Month programs include Build A Reader Storytime: Bilingual at Martin Regional Library, Kendall-Whittier Library, or Schusterman-Benson Library for children and families. Tweens and teens ages 10-14 can experiment with electronic music using Little Bits Synth Kits at five different library locations. Check out the library event guide for more information about these and other Hispanic Heritage Month events.

With these programs and more, the whole family can learn more about Hispanic heritage and culture. 


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