Hispanic Heritage Parade with Jose and Kelly Carlos
Sep 10, 2022, 12:20 pm
Join the Utah Humanities Book Festival at the Hispanic Heritage Parade at the Gateway. We're bringing Jose M. and Kelly Carlos to the South Stage of the Gateway for an interactive dance and storytelling presentation perfect for the children. They will be presenting from their children's book The Corn People and introducing children to danza azteca.
Take Care Utah is a program of Utah Health Policy Project that provides FREE help to people applying for health insurance to increase access to health care.
Take Care Utah’s annual Hispanic Heritage Parade and Festival celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month. Our goal is to attract the Hispanic community to a fun and festive event, to celebrate culture, tradition and cuisine.
Utah has the highest rate of uninsured Hispanic children in the country, and Take Care Utah uses this event to build relationships with Hispanic Utahns and emphasize the importance of health care coverage, while enjoying dance performers, live music, and plenty of good food.
- ASL interpretation provided if requested. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make the request.
- Livestream available on the Hispanic Heritage Parade and Festival Facebook Page
- Parking: the parking is located around the gateway which complies with ADA regulations.
- Seating: In the North stage area, there are a couple sitting areas provided.
- Bathrooms: There will be portable potties on the first level in addition to the bathrooms already available at the gateway.
- On-site sensory kit. Search for Willy Palomo from Utah Humanities.
- Masks recommended
- Request any additional questions or accommodations here: https://forms.gle/uV8MABJVvh9bE42F8
This event is made possible with support from Utah Health Policy Project, Utah Humanities, and Weller Book Works
18 N Rio Grande St
Salt Lake City , UT 84101-1184
Mariam Nalbandyan Ghazaryan