Join Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance and Cultural Center for Octavitas, one of the last celebrations of the Puerto Rican holiday season, Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014, from 2-5 p.m. The afternoon will feature salsa dancing, a sing-along and performances by Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance. Los Reyes Magos (The Three Kings) will make a special appearance to honor someone who has made a significant contribution to the Central Texas community. All ages. #Austin #ATX #FREEPuerto Rican Folkloric Dance and Cultural Center 701 Tillery Street Austin, TX 78702
Corillo Productions presents the 5th Annual Puerto Rican Christmas Fiesta at Emo’s Austin on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013, from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Live performances by international salsa sensation Charlie Cruz, and local talent Orquesta Trabuko and Noche Kandela. Traditional performance by Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance, plus surprise guests. Authentic Puerto Rican food available from CHAGO’s Caribbean Cuisine. Advance Tickets $20 ($25 @ the Door); 12 and under free. #Austin #ATX #PuertoRicanChristmasEmo’s Austin
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Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance (PRFD) presents “Sembrando Herencia – Boricua Spirit,” at the George Washington Carver Museum & Cultural Center on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2013, at 3 p.m. Each year, “Sembrando Herencia” combines live music, dance and theater to raise awareness of often-forgotten elements from Puerto Rico’s rich heritage. The original plays bring history to life for the audience, actors, dancers, musicians and performing arts students who share in the experience. #Austin #ATX
Boricua Spirit is an original story of a small mountain community who — together with the force of nature — saves Puerto Rico from destruction. Boricua Spirit was inspired by the true story of Casa Pueblo, a Puerto Rican mountain community, who saved the central mountains from open pit mining. Casa Pueblo’s 15 year struggle (1980-1996) saved their mountains, forests and rivers and spearheaded a remarkable change in the national forest policy.1165 Angelina Street Austin, TX 78702
Roberto Clemente was one of the greatest Puerto Rican baseball players of all time! Enjoy a showing of Roberto Clemente Memorabilia & Puerto Rican Sports Cards at the Puerto Rican Cultural Center on Saturday, October 19, 2013, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Edwin Baez, Clemente fan and avid collector of baseball cards, will show his collection and teach you how to start collecting cards in any sport. There will be surprises and door prizes every hour! #Austin #ATX #FREEPuerto Rican Cultural Center 701 Tillery Street Austin, TX 78702
Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance (PRFDance) is celebrating its 16th birthday with an International Youth Talent Show and performances by the PRFDance Family of performers, Sunday, September 15, 2013, from 2-5pm at the Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance & Cultural Center. Entrance is at the back of the building, just steps away from the parking lot. FREE and open to the public. #Austin #ATX #FREEPuerto Rican Folkloric Dance & Cultural Center 701 Tillery Street Austin, TX 78702
Join Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance in welcoming masters of the Jibaro tradition direct from Puerto Rico in an exciting joint performance at the 2013 Salsa and Jibaro Festival. Dance to the hottest Salsa in Central Texas with Orquesta Trabuko. Arts and Crafts. Food available for purchase from Chago’s Caribbean Cuisine. Saturday, June 22, 2013 | 7:30-11:30 p.m. | Admission | Semi-Formal DressTravis County Expo Center Banquet Hall 7311 Decker Lane Austin, TX 78724
The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center presents Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance & Culture Center’s “Esperanza de la Herencia,” Sunday, May 19, 2013, from 2-4 p.m. Each year, Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance (PRFDance) brings the rich heritage of Puerto Rico to life with a performance event dedicated to inspiring youth. This live music and dance recital showcases PRFDance cultural arts students backed by PRFDance and junior performing companies displaying the rich variety of Puerto Rico’s traditions. Free admission | Open to the public.Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center 600 River Street Austin, TX 78701
The 16th Cine Las Americas International Film Festival runs April 16-21, 2013, and showcases contemporary films from Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Iberian Peninsula. Films made by or about Latinos in the United States or the rest of the world, and films by or about indigenous groups of the Americas are also invited to participate. The festival program offers the latest features, narratives, documentaries, short films, animation, youth films and more. All films are subtitled in English. Festival venues include the Stateside at the Paramount, Alamo Drafthouse Village, the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center and St. Edward’s University.
Join Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance and Culture Center for Octavitas, one of the last celebrations of the Puerto Rican holiday season, Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. The afternoon will feature dancing, a sing-along, and performances by Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance. Los Reyes Magos will make a special appearance to honor someone who has made a significant contribution to the Central Texas community. This year’s honorees are Reyna Martinez, President, Sociedad Cultural Hispanoamericana, Killeen, Texas; and Migdalia Aponte, President, Association of Puerto Ricans, San Antonio (APRISA).
Copa Bar & Grill presents the 4th Annual Puerto Rican Christmas Fiesta, Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012, from 7:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. Live performances by Orquesta Trabuko, Noche Kandela, and Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance. Food available from CHAGO’s Caribbean Cuisine. $10 Cover; 12 and under free.
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