National Hispanic Heritage Month Recap
National Hispanic Heritage Month traditionally honors the cultures and contributions of both Hispanic and Latino Americans as we celebrate heritage rooted in all Latin American countries. During this month and throughout the year, the National Park Service and our partners, share history, heritage, and accomplishments of Hispanic and Latino Americans of past and present.From https://www.hispanicheritagemonth.gov/
Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated annually from September 15 – October 15, and this year White Oak Library District went all out with programs, displays, and a video on RVTV – Romeoville’s public access television station. Scroll down for a recap of all we offered.
Día de Los Muertos Program Series
Please note: These are programs that have already been held.
- Virtual Storytime with Miss Yumarys: “The Day of the Dead (El Día de Los Muertos)”,written and illustrated by Bob Barner and translated by Teresa Mlawer, with permission from Holiday House.
- Take & Make Día de Los Muertos Paper Skulls
- Take & Make Día de Los Muertos Papier-mâché Sugar Skulls,
- Halloween Carpool Movie Night
- Day of the Dead/Día de Los Muertos on Zoom where we learned about and experienced Day of the Dead from the National Museum of Mexican Art, and how it is different from the Halloween experience.