Adams State celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month


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Adams State University has many events planned to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 11 through November 2.


Saturday, September 12
Traditional Healing Medicine Workshop/Taller Remedio Caseros
10 a.m.
ASU Cultural Awareness and Student Achievement Center (CASA);

Sunday, September 13
Bilingual Mass on the Grass with a free BBQ, followed by Huitzilopochtli Aztec Dancers
3 p.m. until 6 p.m.
North Campus Green

Monday, September 14
CASA Open House and Corn Mother's Project Presentation
12 p.m.
ASU CASA Center;

Tuesday, September 15
Making Empanadas de Argentina
11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Documentary Film
Searching for Identity
6 p.m.
Nielsen Library

Thursday, September 17
Horno Baked Bread with Bertha from Santo Domingo Pueblo
4:30 p.m.
Maria Josefa Jaramillo Carson: My Story, My Voice
Dr. Evangeline Roybal Sena presents the life story of Kit Carson's wife
6 p.m.
McDaniel Hall room 101

Friday, September 18
Salsa Night
9 p.m. until 12 a.m.
Calvillos, east outdoor patio
$5 cover, includes free lesson;

Saturday, September 19
Salsa Dance Workshops
9 a.m. until 7:30 p.m.
Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve and Sand Dunes Hot Springs
9 p.m. until 12 a.m.
Calvillos, main floor
$5 cover, includes free lesson

Sunday, September 20
Brunch y Bailar with music duo Glenda & Luis
11:30 a.m.
CASA Center;

Tuesday, October 13
Luna Itzel Performance-vocalist from Cabo San Lucas
7 p.m.
Leon Recital Hall

Wednesday, October 14
Faculty Lecture
Remedios and Other Plant Uses in the Southwest
Dr. Kristy Duran
7 p.m.
Porter Hall room 130

Monday, November 2
Dia de los Muertos Candlelight Vigil and atole
6 p.m.

Sponsors of the above events include ASU Cultural Awareness and Student Achievement Center (CASA), ASU faculty, staff, students, parents, Cactus Hill Farm, Calvillos, Corn Masters, Fiber Arts Studio, Forbes National Park, Great Sand Dunes Park rangers, Healthcare Foundation, Juanitos Mexican Kitchen, Living Water Church, Metros State University JTOH & Huitzilopochtli dancers, Newman Grizz Club, Sand Dunes Hot Springs, and the SLV community.

The CASA Center is located on the west end of the Nielsen Library parking lot. For more information call the CASA Center at 719-587-7687.