Hispanic Heritage Market
Saturday, October 15 11AM-5PM
Bring your family and friends to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month this Saturday in Margaret Ballroom from 11AM-5PM. Shop Latino-made apparel, jewelry, goods, and more while enjoying live music all day. Check out a live art demonstration by Clarissa Fiero of Viva La Vida Artesanias, or sample Doña Loca Tequila by chef-owner Dana Rodriguez. The members lounge will have a curated food menu available as well as two bars open for you to order festive libations. Hosted with Latino Cultural Arts Center. This event is open to the public.
Hispanic Heritage Market Vendors:
Ana Maria Studio – Mexican-inspired jewelry
Apapacho Cacao – cacao blends
Author Virginia Sanchez – Colorado author and historian
Calaveras En Mi Ciudad – a mobile skull sculpture exhibit by local Latino artists
Doña Loca Tequila – local tequila brand by chef-owner Dana Rodriguez
Maria Bonita Artesanias Exclusivas – hand-blown glass products from Mexico
Mexico En La Piel Boutique – Yucatan-made guayaberas
Mi Casa Azul – fair-trade Mexican apparel and goods
Viva La Vida Artesanias – art and decor
Mexico En La Piel Boutique partners with artisans in Yucåtan to curate and bring you the finest Guayaberas. Our mission is to offer you elegance and tradition in one piece.
Apapacho Cacao is an organic, custom cacao blend sourced and handcrafted by Victoria Berenice Garcia. It’s a delicious way to enjoy hot Mexican chocolate.
Viva La Vida Artesanias by Clarissa Fierro. Clarissa’s works have been featured in the Denver Art Museum, History Colorado, and Hijos del Sol at the Latino Cultural Arts Center. Her mission is to create and make objects by hand with simple devices and in a traditional way, to spread beautiful Mexican art. Viva La Vida creates wooden boxes, Talavera type wooden plaques, quilling paper art, and other gifts.