SFCC participates in Aug. 17 2018 Midtown campus event

Carlos Rovelo, SFCC Continuing Education instructor and Adjunct Faculty member, spoke about Chocolate: History, Culture and Taste

Dr. Andrew Lovato, City of Santa Fe Historian and SFCC Associate Professor delivered a dynamic talk celebrating the richness of Mexican culture, our neighbor to the south.

SFCC Interim President Dr. Cervantes speaks at the Aug. 17 event with SFCC instructor Carlos Rovelo and SFCC Director of Continuing Education and Contract Training Kris Swedin..

A wide arrange of chocolate samples at the Midtown campus event.

Kids and adults have fun making chalk art at the Aug. 17 event.

SFCC provided a variety of activities at last Friday’s Midtown Campus prior to the outdoor screening of the Spanish-language classic film, “Aventurera.”

The Aug. 17 event, presented in cooperation with the City of Santa Fe, at the former Santa Fe University and Design Campus featured a well-received presentation and chocolate sampling by Carlos Rovelo, SFCC Continuing Education and Adjunct Faculty member who spoke about Chocolate: History, Culture and Taste. In addition Dr. Andrew Lovato, City of Santa Fe Historian and SFCC Associate Professor delivered a dynamic talk celebrating the richness of Mexican culture, our neighbor to the south.

The SFCC food truck served tasty meals and there was a tango demonstration. SFCC Continuing Education artists provided chalk art activities for families.

Thanks to all who helped in this fun event!

 

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