Hispanic Heritage Month

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Hispanic Heritage Month


National Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to honor the contributions of Hispanic people to the United States. Hispanic Americans have significantly contributed to our culture, from arts and literature to sciences and sports.

The library proudly celebrates by highlighting the work of Hispanic authors, artists, musicians, and more with books, online resources, and programs.

We invite you to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month and learn more about these rich and diverse cultures.

En Español

Use your Library Card to explore these resources or apply for a free card today.

Early Spanish Learning

Check out this list of Spanish language for young learners. This list features DVDs and books.

Access Video on Demand

Explore a wide selection of documentaries and educational films to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the struggles, achievements, and historical milestones of Hispanic Americans.


Explore biographies of some of the most notable Hispanic American figures from the worlds of politics, sports, entertainment, and more. Subjects include Cesar Chavez, Rita Moreno, Sonia Sotomayor, and more.

Spanish Literature Translated to English

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage by exploring works in both fiction and nonfiction by Hispanic Authors that have been translated into English.

Explore Hispanic Authors

Explore stories from Hispanic authors in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.

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