Charity Golf Classic 2014 – Thank You

Monday, 14 July 2014 02:09

Charity Golf Classic 2014 – Thank You

A heartfelt thank you from everyone at Plaza de la Raza to those who participated in our 2nd Annual Charity Golf Classic. Together we raised almost $45,000 towards our center and school!

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THIS WEEKEND: Romero Studio Holiday Show

Monday, 2 December 2013 11:40

El Velorio Benefit at Plaza on Saturday 11/2

Tuesday, 29 October 2013 11:00

El Velorio Benefit at Plaza on Saturday 11/2

960154_225104997653407_888179007_nVisit Plaza on Saturday, November 2 @ 7:00 PM to 1:00 AM for the 2013 El Velorio hosted by actor Jacob Vargas.

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FREE Day of the Dead Event on Friday 11/1

Tuesday, 29 October 2013 11:00

FREE Day of the Dead Event on Friday 11/1

Plaza de la Raza presents its annual Day of the Dead commemoration for families on Friday, November 1 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 2013 Target Feria de la Familia at Plaza

Wednesday, 18 September 2013 12:24

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 2013 Target Feria de la Familia at Plaza

Celebrate the sounds, sights, and traditions of Latino art and culture at Target Feria de la Familia – FREE


Target Feria de la Familia

Sunday, September 22 • 12 noon to 6 PM
Plaza de la Raza in Lincoln Park • FREE
3540 N. Mission Rd., Los Angeles, CA 90031

(323) 223-2475 •

  • Music and dance performances on Target Stage
  • Youth dance, art workshops plus arts and crafts
  • Puppets and storytelling in Margo Albert Theatre
  • Performances on Willie Velasquez Outdoor Stage
  • Drawing fun at the Toyota Dream Car Coloring Station
  • Reading garden for families by First 5 LA and Jumpstart
  • Student art exhibition sponsored, in part, by The California Wellness Foundation Foundation





Quetzal headlines 2013 Target Feria de la Familia at Plaza de la Raza

Quetzal headlines 2013 Target Feria de la Familia at Plaza de la Raza on Sunday 9/22

Activity Guide

EMCEE – Gabriel Gonzalez
11:45 AM–Xipe Totec Dance Company featuring Lazaro Arvizu: Aztec Blessing
12:00 PM–Plaza de la Raza Youth Rock Band: Danceable rhythms and rocking tunes by students ages 12-19 directed by Matt Amper
12:30 PM–Inspiraciones de Danza Mexicana: Colorful renditions of popular Mexican dances by children ages 4-12 directed by Susana G. Hinojosa
1:00 PM–Plaza Youth Folklórico Ensemble: Mexican folk dance performances by students ages 9-20 directed by Juanita López
1:15 PM–Plaza de la Raza Youth Mariachi Ensemble: Classic Mexican mariachi music by students ages 9-18 directed by Irineo Yáñez
2:00 PM–Folklór Pasión Mexicana: Vibrant rendtions of popular Mexican dances by professional dancers directed by Tony Ramirez and Juanita Lopez
2:15 PM–Mariachi Monumental de América: Ballads of love and life by award-winning mariachi musicians directed Juan José Almaguer
2:45 PM–Danza Teocalt: Vibrant Mexican folklórico performances by professional dancers directed Miguel Angel Diaz
3:15 PM–Cindy Ortega: Soulful songs by this bilingual singer-songwriter and others
3:45 PM–Cuicani: Afro-Caribbean music inspired by Los Angeles and performed by this collective of musicians
4:15 PM–BombaChante: Explosive high-energy salsa with screaming horns, tight rhythms, and powerful vocals define this group
5:15 PM–Quetzal: East L.A. rock-and-roll music rooted in social activism and political engagement by this Grammy Award-winning group

FY14-Dream-Car-logo_stacked125First5LA-125pxCalifornia Arts Council Arts Plate Bus: Drive the arts. Draw the plate!
Toyota Dream Car Coloring Station: Design a car of the future and learn about the contest.
First 5 LA-Jumpstart Reading Garden: Read together and get a book! (while supplies last)

Con Nuestras Manos / With Our Hands: Student exhibition of artwork sponsored in part by The California Wellness Foundation

Family Performances
1:00 PMCuentos de la Familia/Stories of the Family by We Tell Stories: Latino folktales
2:00 PM–Franklin Haynes Marionettes: Bilingual dancing puppet performance

Cine Sin Fronteras Film Screening presented by Latin American Cinematica Los Angeles
3:00 PM–Polvo (28 min) and Los ABCs: ¡Que vivan los muertos! (5 min)
3:45 PM–La batalla de los invisibles (50 min.)

1:00 PM to 5:00 PM-Demonstraciones de Arte / Art Demonstrations: Mexican folk art of migajón (bread dough), repujado (tin art), flower making, and ceramics

1:00 PM to 1:30 PM–Presentación Folklórica by Mi Linda Nicaragua: Traditions of Nicaraguan dance directed by Miriam Arroyo
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM–Tierra Blanca Arts Center Dance Performances: Mexican dances such as Bendición, Huapango de Moncayo, Llorona, and Veracruz Afro-Mestizo

Female-Aztec-dancerYOUTH DANCE WORKSHOPS (Dance Building)
1:00 PM–Danza Azteca / Aztec Dance
3:00 PM–Danza Folklórica de México / Mexican Folk Dance

YOUTH ART WORKSHOPS (Courtyard and Back Patio)
12:00-1:30 PM / 2:00-3:30 PM / 4:00-5:00 PM
Arte de Reciclaje / Recycled Art: Reuse paper and other materials to create flowers.
Máscaras / Masks: Make and decorate masks.
Ojos de Dios / Eyes of God: Weave yarn through sticks and make art.
Papel Picado / Pierced Paper Art: Cut out designs on paper.
Repujado / Tin Art: Trace and decorate images on a metal sheet.
Titeres / Puppets: Design a paper puppet that dances on a stick.

ART ACTIVITIES (Art Building and Lincoln Park)
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Actividades de Colorear / Coloring Activities: Draw something fun, including your car of the future!
Caricaturas / Caricatures: Have a cartoon drawn of you by an artist.
Piñatas: Decorate paper mâché figures to fill with candy and more.
Pintada de Caras / Face Painting: Get your face painted by an artist.
Sun Print Making: Use light rays from the sun to create art.

1:00 PM to 5:00 PM (Courtyard and Back Patio)
Exploración de Música / Music Exploration: Learn about music and play congas, marimbas, and flutes with Matt Amper.
African Drumming: Learn rhythms and beats from musician Jonathan Armstrong.

Taqueria-El-Severo-logo125pxJarritos-logo125pxEnjoy $2 tacos or taco plates (four for $7) made fresh on site by Chef Pablo Romero of Taqueria El Severo — asada, chicken, pastor, vegetarian. Quesadillas ($4 cheese – $6 meat), elotes or corn on the cob ($3), chips with guacamole ($4), and chopped fruit ($4) will also be sold. Cash and credit cards accepted. Quench your thirst with a cold Jarritos. A variety of flavors from this popular Mexican soda drink will be available for $2: fruit punch, grapefruit, guava, hibiscus, lime, mandarin, pineapple, strawberry, tamarind, watermelon, mango, cola, and sparkling water.


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