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Genealogy Workshops

10:00 – 12:00 pm NHCC | Salón Ortega Explore your cultural heritage at the NHCC with a free genealogy workshop as part of our Siempre Creativo program! These workshops will provide participating seniors with the opportunity to participate in interactive tours of the NHCC Art Museum and Torreón, paired with genealogy workshops and coffee socials. This event is part of the NHCC’s Siempre Creativo program. Free Community Event, generously supported by AARP.

Genealogy Workshops

1:30 – 3:30 pm NHCC | Salon Ortega Explore your cultural heritage at the NHCC with a free genealogy workshop as part of our Siempre Creativo program! These workshops will provide participating seniors with the opportunity to participate in interactive tours of the NHCC Art Museum and Torreón, paired with genealogy workshops and coffee socials. This event is part of the NHCC’s Siempre Creativo program. Free Community Event, generously supported by AARP.

Genealogy Workshops

10:00 – 12:00 pm NHCC | Salón Ortega Explore your cultural heritage at the NHCC with a free genealogy workshop as part of our Siempre Creativo program! These workshops will provide participating seniors with the opportunity to participate in interactive tours of the NHCC Art Museum and Torreón, paired with genealogy workshops and coffee socials. This event is part of the NHCC’s Siempre Creativo program. Free Community Event, generously supported by AARP.

NHCC Book Club

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm The NHCC is thrilled to announce that we will be reconnecting in person with lovers of literature, folks who love to read, and those who enjoy talking about the far reaches of Latinidad. We will meet on the fourth Wednesday of every month in the Center’s HLA Conference Room. In June, we will be reading The Hacienda, by Isabel Canas. The Hacienda tells the story of a woman, Beatriz, who accepts Don Rodolfo Solorzano’s proposal of marriage in the aftermath of the (more…)

NHCC Book Club

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm The NHCC is thrilled to announce that we will be reconnecting in person with lovers of literature, folks who love to read, and those who enjoy talking about the far reaches of Latinidad. We will meet on the last Wednesday of every month in the Center’s HLA Conference Room. In April, we will be reading Afterlife, by Julia Alvarez. Afterlife tells the story of an immigrant writer, reeling from her beloved husband’s sudden death in the wake of her retirement, whose life is further (more…)

An Evening with Jimmy Santiago Baca

30th Anniversary of Blood In, Blood Out Featuring Special Guest Melina Martinez 6:30 pm: Reception and Book Signing 7:30 pm: Readings Join us for an evening with Jimmy Santiago Baca in celebration of the 30th anniversary of Blood In, Blood Out on Saturday, April 27 at 6:30 pm. Located in the Bank of America Theatre, this event will feature a reception and book signing for the Blood In, Blood Out Coffee Table Book from 6:30 – 7:30 pm as well as readings featuring Melina Martinez and Jimmy (more…)

Baila! Baila!: Christmas In New Mexico 2023

2:00 pm & 7:00 pm Saturday 2:00 pm Sunday Baila! Baila! & the National Hispanic Cultural Center present Baila! Baila!’s annual holiday show Christmas in New Mexico 2023. Christmas in New Mexico is a whirlwind extravaganza, taking audiences on a journey through the sights and sounds of a New Mexico Christmas and around the World.  Music, song, and dance with the traditional Southwester flair that has been cultivated in our state over the generations, as well as unique segments saluting Christmas traditions from around the world, will (more…)

Teatro Paraguas: United in Blood: The Revolutionary Music and Poetry of Chile

7:30 pm Friday & Saturday 3:00 pm Sunday Teatro Paraguas and the NHCC present United in Blood: The Revolutionary Music and Poetry of Chile. United in Blood is a fully staged performance celebrating the artistic, social, and political vision of four of Chile’s most beloved musicians and poets: Pablo Neruda, Victor Jara, Violeta Parra, and Gabriela Mistral. Though not all four knew each other, several of them did, and they are all intimately connected through their shared passions, political sensibilities, and deep concern for humanity. Songs and poems will (more…)

New Mexico Shakespeare Festival: Comedy of Errors

7:30 pm Bringing Shakespeare to Life in New Mexico! The New Mexico Shakespeare Festival believes that Shakespeare is for everyone – whether you’ve seen dozens of plays or none at all. You are invited to join them on the National Hispanic Cultural Center Plaza Mayor to enjoy a wonderful performance! Comedy of Errors  |  Directed by Paul Ford Free community event. Tickets will be available at the event one hour prior to the performance.

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