Día del Niño (Live-Stream)
El Día del Niño is celebrated every April 30th in Mexico. During WWI many children were left vulnerable around the world. This celebration was created after the Declaration of Rights of the Child which was adopted on the 26th of November, 1925, by the League of Nations after recognizing that all children are left vulnerable after a war.
The Latino Center of Art and Culture is celebrating our 7th annual Día del Niño on Sunday, April 25, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This year we are featuring Mexico City’s puppet troop las Marionetas de la Esquina and their amazing show el Circo! It will be performed 4 times throughout the day, twice in English and twice in Spanish.
We will also present an Aztec dance by Kalpulli Itzkuauhtli Danza Azteka, an art demonstration by Lila Solorzano Rivera, and a show by Dilly Dally the clown.
This year’s event will be held virtually, live-streamed on Facebook.
10am: Welcome introduction with Teresa Lerma-Garcia
10:30am: El Circo (English)
11:15am: Kalpulli Itzkuauhtli Danza Azteka
11:30am: El Circo (Spanish)
12:15pm: Intermission with LCAC updates and tour of the center
12:30: Art demo by Lila Solorzano Rivera
1pm: El Circo (English)
1:45pm: Dilly Dally the Clown
Sun Apr 25
10am to 2pm