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Racine News Briefs from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Posted: Sept. 14, 2003

Library, group set aside day for Hispanic heritage

Racine - The Racine Public Library is joining forces with the Hispanic Roundtable to sponsor "Latino/Latina Voices: An Open Stage Gallery" to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month (Monday through Oct. 15).

"Latino/Latina Voices" will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesdays from Sept. 16 to Oct. 14 in the Meeting Room.

Guests are invited to read poetry or short stories, sing a song, display artwork or listen to others. Refreshments will be provided. The series will wrap up Oct. 14 with poet Oscar Mireles, the editor of "I Didn't Know There Were Latinos in Wisconsin: An Anthology of Hispanic Poetry."

The Hispanic Roundtable is seeking original art by local artists for display in the Meeting Room during Hispanic Heritage Month. To participate, call (262) 635-9791.

All programs are free and open to everyone. No reservations are necessary. A sign language interpreter is available by calling (262) 636-9217 one week in advance.

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