Hispanic Heritage Month

İPresente! Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month is observed nationally from September 15 to October 15. This celebration recognizes Hispanic Americans’ accomplishments and culture. During this month-long celebration, we highlight their history, heritage, and accomplishments from the past and present.

Programs & Events

We invite you to explore the many ways the Library pays tribute to this month-long celebration. Stop in for our events and programs of art works, histories, hand-picked book list, and much more! Hands on Latin dance instructors, Día de los Muertos Celebration, Storytime en Español, and so much more, are available at the Library for your enjoyment.

Hispanic Heritage Events

Reading List

We invite you to take part in this celebration through exploring works by Hispanic American authors. The Library has a monthly display tailored to your interest and learning experience. Discover with libros en Español, for all ages, hand-picked by our librarians.

We invite you to take advantage of the opportunity to learn something new!

National Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrate the histories, and cultures of our ancestors who came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America this month.

Want More?

If you feel there is something that Stark Library could do to create a more inclusive space for you to learn, we appreciate you letting us know.  It is our goal to make sure every patron of Stark Library feels safe, welcome, and represented.  If there is an author, book, or any other material that you had hoped we would have but do not, let us know! Our collection is always evolving to best suit our community’s needs and we would be happy to look into adding the materials that you love.

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