The Hispanic Coalition, or HisCo, is a student group that brings cultural activities and events to Alma College and the surrounding community. Each fall, HisCo kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month with a Baile-Fiesta and continues to seek out and publicize cultural events, exhibits, speakers and performers throughout the year.
Click here for more information about Hispanic Heritage Month 2012--September 15-Oct 15
CLICK HERE for information about the FIESTA BAILE for FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2012
Child Citizen Subjects: From Dora the Explorer to the Dream Activists
Thursday September 13th: Nicole Guidotti-Hernandez presents
"Child Citizen Subjects: From Dora the Explorer to the Dream Activists" 7pm in Dow L4 (she will also do an informal talk on Friday, time and place TBA). http://www.nicoleguidottihernandez.com/ Free and open to the public. Contact: Stephany Slaughter
Cuéntame un cuento: Spanish Story Time
Sat Sept 8th: Cuéntame un cuento: Spanish Story Time starts and runs through Sat Nov 17thSaturdays at 10 a.m. The Location has moved to the ALMA PUBLIC LIBRARY. We are looking for volunteer readers and suggestions for books. Contact: Tina Leonard (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Stephany Slaughter (email@example.com ). Free and open to the public.
Hispanic Heritage Month Fiesta/Baile
Mark your calendars: Friday September 21st: Hispanic Heritage Month Fiesta/Baile and Information Fair: EXACT SCHEDULE IS STILL TO BE CONFIRMED (all events are open to the public and all, except dinner, are free)
More information to come!