Let's read! LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes celebrates Día de los Niños with fun educational activities that embrace bilingual literacy and inspire the next generation of creative minds.
Highlights include performances by Y Arriba Mexico Ballet Folkorico, Mariachi Academy of Carson, and Ballet Folklorico del Alma, as well as a special workshop by Jose Lozano and performance by Martin Espino's Sounds of Ancient Mexico, inspired by the exhibition "Recuerdos del futuro: Roaming Magu's Chicano Dreams."
The Smithsonian Latino Center participates in Día de los Niños Family Day with their ¡Descrubra! program.