Chocolate and History: SFCC at Spanish Language Night at Midtown Campus
Spanish Language Night: an outdoor screening of Aventurera. Outdoors at the Midtown Campus bandstand (formerly SFUAD quad)
Food trucks and entertainment – including a tango demonstration and SFCC giveaways start at 6 p.m.
7:15 to 7:35 p.m.: Carlos Rovelo, Continuing Education and Adjunct Faculty member will host a presentation and chocolate sampling – Chocolate: History, Culture and Taste.
7:35 to 7:45 p.m.: Dr. Andrew Lovato, City of Santa Fe Historian and SFCC Associate Professor will deliver a talk celebrating the richness of Mexican culture, our neighbor to the south.
SFCC Continuing Education artists will also provide chalk art activities for families.
The screening of Aventurera begins at 8 p.m.
Midtown Campus is accessible from 1600 St. Michael’s Drive or Alumni Drive, opposite Yucca Street and Siringo Road.
Presented by the Santa Fe Arts Commission, Santa Fe Community College and Center for Contemporary Arts.
Read more about Aventurera.