Enjoy some Colombian and Puerto Rican hospitality at the Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center's Canción de Otoño this Sunday afternoon.
Why it matters: The SRBCC event reminds us on Halloween that harvest festivals, highlighting food and the arts, happen all over the world.
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What they're saying: "Canción de Otoño is our way of bringing together our family of teaching artists, international guests, resident artists and creative youth at SBRCC, Chicago’s longest-standing Latinx cultural center celebrating 50 years in 2021,” says Omar Torres, the Center's executive director.
Visiting artist Beto Cartagena will play ancestral folk music from the Caribbean coast of Colombia.
Artists will present excerpts from their "Raices to Roots" show about the Puerto Rican experience in Chicago.
La Escuelita Bombera de Corazón will present bomba music and dance performances.
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