Celebrating Culture Series

The Celebrating Culture Series, formerly known as the “Fall Concert Series” is a year-round, curated showcase of live performances featuring accomplished local artists across various cultures, genres, and backgrounds. Our goal is for you to leave each performance not only entertained and delighted but also having learned something new! The Celebrating Culture Series is an excellent opportunity for friends and families to enjoy a cultural experience together for free.

Upcoming Performances

Monday, June 19 | 6:00 PM

Flamenco Performance

Experience a mesmerizing Flamenco and Colombian Folklore performance brought to you by the Claudio Martell Dance Company. 

Led by Claudia Reyes - La Canela, this dance company was established in loving memory of her father, a singer-composer from Colombia. Their repertoire features a diverse range of dance styles including Latin, hip-hop, and more, all aimed toward spreading joy, creativity, and wellness through the art of dance. Reyes frequently collaborates with like-minded artists and students who share her dedication and love for dance.

photo collage of flamenco dancers with text "flamenco positivo"

Monday, July 24 | 6:00 PM

Hula Performance

Experience the mesmerizing art of Hula Kahiko (ancient) and Hula 'Auana (modern) dances performed by the talented Grace Hula Dance Company and discover the rich history of this traditional dance form from Hawai'i.


hula performers in flowing orange skirts and traditional headdresses

What Can You Expect at a Celebrating Culture Performance? 

Every performance the Library hosts is unique and captivating, engaging each audience member through music and stories. Here is what our patrons have experienced at previous performances:  

  • A place for family and friends to gather for a cultural experience
  • Interactions with the performers and their instruments  
  • Inside look at the life of an artist 
  • Learning the history of the music performed 
  • Discovering new music 
  • A chance to appreciate performances you might not otherwise see or hear on your own