Rochester’s Memorial Art Gallery hosted the 10th annual Hispanic/Latino Heritage Family Day Oct. 27. The event, which showcases cultural offerings from many different Hispanic nations, included music and dance performances, international displays, film presentations and crafts for children.
Estefania Muñoz (center) and other members of the Papalotl Mexican Dance group perform. Nolica Fields helps her 6-year-old son Isaiah Fields make an icon art bracelet in one of the craft rooms. Two-year-old Adrian Noble and his father, Byron Noble, wear traditional Mexican mariachi garb during a singing performance. Lucy Romero leads 15-month-old Julianna Godoy-Gomez around the dance floor during a performance by Grupo Cultural Latino. Members of the dance group Chile Lindo perform in the auditorium. Nora Graff (in blue) and other members of the Papalotl Mexican Dance group perform. Javier Concha performs with the Chile Lindo dance group. Viodelda Pratt looks into a mirror as she has traditional Panamanian ornaments placed in her hair before a performance by Panameños en Rochester. Members of Panameños en Rochester, including Laura Toribio-Overstreet (center) and Edy Sanzo (right) prepare to perform.