Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 - October 15

LibroFEST & Post-Storm Expo

Saturday, September 30, 2017 | 12 PM – 4 PM
Carnegie Neighborhood Library and Center for Learning

Houston is our home and we’re celebrating our diversity during Hispanic Heritage Month. Come and enjoy the sights, sounds and flavors of Houston during Hispanic Heritage Month. Join local organizations, authors and artists for presentations, activities, food, music and much more.

Information specialists on hand to answer questions and share resources and guidance for all residents affected by Hurricane Harvey.

New Exhibit!

A Taste from the Archive: Mexican American Food History in Houston
September 15 - October 15, 2017
Central Library | Jungman Neighborhood Library | Park Place Regional Library

From the chili stands in downtown Houston during the early 1900s to the fusion restaurants of today, Mexican and Mexican American food have played a significant role in Houston history. The archival documents and images on display reflect the entrepreneurial spirt of many early Mexican American Houstonians and their contributions to Houston’s food history. 

Archivist Mikaela Selley, Hispanic Collections Archivist

Join us at one of our Living Room series to hear first hand accounts from local restaurants who share their favorite kitchen memories and even some recipes! 

Hispanic Heritage Month Featured Collection (HMRC)

For an in-depth look at Houston's Hispanic heritage, spend some time looking through the Hispanic Heritage Month featured collection from the Houston Metropolitan Research Center.  You'll experience oral histories from Houston citizens, lots of archival images and timelines for specific historical events.