DALLAS — National Hispanic Heritage Month began September 15 and continues through October 15. Organizations in Dallas-Fort Worth will provide educational, dance and crafting events to teach about the various cultures celebrated during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Due to COVID-19 many of the events planned will take place virtually.
This story will be continually updated as events are announced.
Learn to cook a Costa Rican dish that combines ground beef squash, cilantro, corn and red pepper. Register here.
AARP will host a virtual event on how to make your own sugar skull which is used in the celebration of Day of the Dead. Register here.
Zumba Gold Class
Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folkorico teaches traditional Mexican dance with balletic characteristics virtually.
Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folkorico shares folk tales from Costa Rica.
Michelle Navarro discusses “Encouraging Hispanic Girls to Grow” from her 2014 TEDxMountainViewCollege talk.
In a 30-45 minute class learn traditional dance steps from Costa Rica as well as the history and clothing.
Learn about the history and culture of El Salvador.
Diane Guerrero discusses her experiences growing up, Hollywood, and divisions in the US from the Latino perspective.
The City of Fort Worth celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month.
The City of Dallas kicks-off the celebration with online performances and art exhibit by local artist.
The Consulate of Mexico celebrates Independence Day with the traditional Grito via Facebook.
American labor and civil rights leader Dolores Huerta will make a virtual visit to Dallas College during a voter rally.
DeSoto Parks and Recreation presents Havana NRG.
Learn to dance Salsa, Bachata, Merengue and Cumbia by the Kumbala Dance Studio.
This will be updated with new events as WFAA learns of them.