History, Art & Culture

Hispanic Heritage Month Events

Joining communities across the state to celebrate the cultures and contributions of our Hispanic/Latinx neighbors.

September 15– October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month, and we are proud to join communities across the state to celebrate the cultures and contributions of our Hispanic/Latinx neighbors. Join us for events that highlight the diversity, beauty, and traditions of the many cultures and people of Latin American descent in Massachusetts.

Sound Bites Series at Bradley: Latin Night September 22

Join us for Salsa dance lessons and live Latin Music presented by Boston Music Project
Take part in a 30-minute Salsa dance lesson from 6:30 to 7:00pm and dance the night away with a live Latin band, featuring teaching artists from the Boston Music Project, from 7:00pm to 8:00pm.



Clay Día de Muertos Workshop at deCordova

Celebrate Día de Muertos by making an ofrenda plate or calaca mask and accompanying small sculptural offerings! Embellish with colorful ceramic colors and perhaps a tribute poem. The work will be glazed with a durable clear glaze and fired so you can celebrate the holiday creatively! Instruction, tools, materials, seating, and work surfaces will be provided during this 1.5-hour family-styled workshop.



Story Walks

During the months of September & October, four of our properties will feature children’s books that celebrate Hispanic and Latinx heritage, families and cultural practices written by critically acclaimed Latinx authors and illustrators.

· Abuela by Arthur Dorros at  Chestnut Hill Farm

· Where Are You From? by Yamile Saied Méndez at Rocky Woods