Hispanic Heritage Month Event

Hispanic Heritage Month at the Children's Museum!
¡Mes de la Herencia Hispana en el Children’s Museum!


Come dance, sing and play to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County! Musical performances by Mariachi Ensemble and traditional dance numbers by Ballet Folklorico Jazmine.

 ¡Vengan a bailar, cantar, y jugar para celebrar el mes de la Herencia Hispana con el Children’s Museum of Sonoma County! Actuaciones musicales del Mariachi Ensemble y números de bailes tradicionales del Ballet Folklórico Jazmine.

Ballet Folklorico Jazmine

Ballet Folklorico Jazmine

Event Details

Saturday, October 12, 2019
Sabado, 12 de Octubre de 2019

Performances begin at 11:00am
Las Actuaciones Comienzan a las 11:00am  


General Admission Fees apply
Se Aplican Tarifas de Admisión General

Artist Information

Ballet Folklorico Jazmine

Ballet Folklórico Jazmin is dedicated to preserving Mexico’s Rich Culture through Song and Dance.  Ballet Folklórico Jazmin has a great group of 20 young dancers ages 5-15.

Mariachi Ensemble

Mariachi Ensemble

El Ballet Folklórico Jazmine se dedica a preservar la rica cultura de México a través del canto y la danza. El Ballet Folklórico Jazmine tiene un gran grupo de 20 jóvenes bailarines de 5 a 15 años de edad.

Mariachi Ensemble

Led by music instructor José Soto, the LBC Mariachi Ensemble is comprised of up to thirty students, ages 10-17, coming from Santa Rosa and Cloverdale.

Dirigido por el instructor de música José Soto, el LBC Mariachi Ensemble está compuesto por hasta treinta estudiantes, de 10 a 17 años de edad, viniendo de Santa Rosa y Cloverdale.

Martín Zúñiga

Martín Zúñiga

Martín Zúñiga

“My art is my way of honoring my family and my roots, and it imagines a new world where we are honored and celebrated.”

Blurb in the Monterey County Weekly:

I’m working with smaller pieces. I have 55 gallon oil drums. I went to the place where they well oil and asked “what you do with the [drums] once you’re done?” They said “you can have them because we just recycle them.” People see [the oil drums] as trash cans; I saw canvases. The cooperative [Urban Artists Collective] is always doing things together. I painted [the drums] all yellow, put them together and said “This is a canvas. Pick a side.” One of them put acrylic paint on it. It’s going to be a gallery piece. There’s one out on the street, that’s a public piece. It’s outside Cherry Bean on Main Street. People have been putting everything on it. Because Salinas is very hard on graffiti, I created a sponge for it. It absorbs everything, that urge [to write] “I was here.” It works. I have some offers to put them in parks, in public areas where people, teenagers, are congregating, so that instead of going after benches or restrooms or the walls, they can
put whatever they want to put on the oil drums.

Other Information

  • Glow’s Coffee will be serving coffee and tacos (for an additional fee)

  • The Amazing Clementine will be offer face painting (for an additional fee)

  • Raffle prizes - information coming soon!

Interested in becoming a sponsor for the Hispanic Heritage Event at the Children’s Museum? Contact Cyndi Yoxall for more information.