Veterans Day Weekend 2018

Find Latin things to do in NYC over Veterans Day Weekend, Friday – Monday, November 9 – 12, 2018, including the Veterans Day Parade.

‘El coronel no tiene quien le escriba’ Colombian drama at Repertorio

November 16, 2018, Friday
November 19, 2018, Sunday
Repertorio Español
Kips Bay, Manhattan
The classic Gabriel García Márquez story about how history repeats itself.
Adapted and directed by Jorge Alí Triana

Town Hall Meetings ~ Speak to your Senators & Representatives

November 19 – 21, 2018
Monday – Wednesday
Thanksgiving State Work Period
Speak up. Your voice matters.

‘Once on This Island’ at Circle in the Square, a Broadway musical about love

Through September 2019
Usually dark Thursdays
“Best Musical Revival”
Times Square Theater District
This Caribbean version of ‘The Little Mermaid’ wins hearts

‘Hamilton’ is the most influential Broadway show of our generation

The playwright is a Puerto Rican New Yorker.
Richard Rodgers Theatre
226 West 46th St
between Seventh & Eighth Ave
Times Square / Theater District
Dark Mondays
Open-ended run

Phantom of the Opera is the longest-running show in Broadway history

Majestic Theatre
247 West 44th St
(between Seventh & Eighth Ave)
Times Square Theater District, Manhattan
Set in the Paris Opera House

Chicago the Musical is the longest-running American Broadway musical

Ambassador Theatre
219 West 49th St
between Seventh & Eighth Ave
Usually dark Wednesdays

Radio City Rockettes Christmas Spectacular 2018

November 9 – January 1, 2018
Radio City Music Hall
Midtown, Manhattan
A New York holiday classic

Carlos Fuentes was Mexico’s most celebrated novelist

November 11, 1928
Carlos Fuentes Macías was born in Panama City, Panama
Mexico’s most celebrated novelist is known for “The Death of Artemio Cruz” (1962), “Terra Nostra” (1975), “The Old Gringo” (1985)

Veterans Day Parade 2019

November 11, 2019, Monday
Fifth Avenue
Midtown, Manhattan
Many Latins serve our country with pride and honor. Thank you for your service!

Brooklyn Museum is known for its collections of world art

200 Eastern Parkway
at Washington Ave
Prospect Park, Brooklyn
Wednesday – Sunday

Those who serve our country deserve some special respect.

Many Latins serve in our armed forces. In 2015, 12% of U.S. active-duty personnel were Hispanic (Pew Research Center). That is three times the share of active-duty Hispanics just one generation ago in 1980.

Many Dreamers serve. Serving our country should be a path to citizenship.

Thank you for your service!

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