Starring: The Victor Garcia Latin Quartet
Back by popular demand is the Victor Garcia Latin Quartet to lead us in our second annual Hispanic Heritage Month Community Celebration. Led by renowned trumpeter Victor Garcia, this band will have you dancing the night away. Cumbia, bachata, merengue, salsa, you name it, the Victor Garcia Latin Quartet has a little something for everyone! Meal includes: Ropa vieja (Cuban shredded beef), sides, dessert, and two (2) glasses of wine.
Thursday, Oct 25 • 4:45pm-7:00pm • $9 Children/$15 Adults
Ixcanul (Guatemala, 2016, 100min)
Maria, a 17-year-old Mayan girl wants out of an arranged marriage so she can follow her crush, a field worker, to the United States in search of better opportunities. Her dream is deferred, however, when she discovers she’s pregnant. Ixcanul is both a timeless story about a girl who wants more than what life has given her, and a very specific glimpse into an indigenous culture that lives in the shadow of the titular Guatemalan volcano- NYTimes Meal includes: Tilapia fajitas, flour tortillas, sides, toppings, beverage, and dessert.
Tuesday, Oct 30 • 5:00pm/Wednesday, Oct 31 • 12:00pm
Movie only, NO COST/Movie & meal, $7M/$10.50NM
Nameless: American Indian Heritage Month Presentation & Discussion
Ernest M. Whiteman III, a Northern Arapaho filmmaker and media instructor will be back to share his culture influenced art. This presentation discusses how tradition and modernization join forces to challenge presentation and delivery. Following the
presentation, lunch will be offered. Meal includes: roasted turkey breast, seasonal sides, dessert, and beverage.
Monday, Nov 19 • 11:30am • Presentation & meal $10M/$15NM •
Presentation only $5M/$7.50NM