VOZ ALTA - Generaciones
Aug
23
to Aug 25

VOZ ALTA - Generaciones

Latino Network presents VOZ ALTA: Generaciones, a dramatization of the lives of Latino artists Rodolfo Serna and Jesus Torralba. This presentation is an intimate view into the formative experiences that shaped Rodolfo and Jesus as artists and youth mentors. Both in search of a home and a place in the world, they each turned to the arts for personal healing, self-discovery, and creative expression. Today, Rodolfo and Jesus give back to the community by working with at-risk and gang involved youth in Multnomah and Washington County through the Community Healing Initiative (CHI). This show highlights their personal challenges, successes, and their mentor/mentee relationship.

VOZ ALTA is a storytelling project that features the personal lives of Portland’s Latino community through interwoven narrative and live music. This bicultural production features narratives written in English with songs performed in Spanish.

Directed by Michael Cavazos (Writer/Arts Producer). Written by Joaquin Lopez (Arts & Culture, Latino Network) and Cynthia Gomez (Executive Director, Cultural Resource Centers, MFA Candidate Creative Nonfiction, Portland State University). Music by Gerardo Calderon.

Voz Alta is supported in part by the Multnomah County Cultural Coalition, The Collins Foundation, The Miller Foundation, in honor of Latinx Pride 2018.


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VOZ ALTA: Generaciones

Milagro Theatre
Doors open at 7pm

Show at 7:30pm 

Tickets on Eventbrite

Thursday, August 23, Friends and Family Preview (Free)
Friday, August 24, Opening Night
Saturday, August 25, Closing Night


Recommended for ages 13 and up for hard language and adult content.

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NO on Measure 105 - Day of Action
Aug
22
5:30 PM17:30

NO on Measure 105 - Day of Action

Join us for our Day of Action where we come together with partners to commit to voting NO on Measure 105, an extremely racist ballot measure that will attack our community. We will have speakers, provide trainings, volunteering opportunities, and much more. Refreshments will be provided. 

Please RSVP for Childcare.

For more information about Measure 105 click here

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¡Festival Latino and Soccer Tournament!
Aug
11
4:00 PM16:00

¡Festival Latino and Soccer Tournament!

Bring your family and friends to a special screening of Coco (2017) PG in Spanish with English subtitles in Thomas Cully Park on Saturday, August 11 at 4:00 PM. Pre-movie entertainment will be provided by Colectivo Son Jarocho de Portland —deep Afro-Mexican roots. Pre-movie entertainment starts at 7:30 PM. Movie begins after dusk.

Bring blankets or low-back chairs to sit on. Pack a picnic or try some of the tasty dishes from our onsite vendors.

Google Maps directions to this event can be found here:
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Transit: 70, 75

For more information or to see schedule updates, please visit portlandoregon.gov/parks/sffa.

- Alcoholic beverages for personal consumption are permitted only during concerts and movies.
- All dogs must be on a leash.
- All parks and natural areas are smoke, vape, and tobacco free zones.

Before the Movie: Play in the Latino Network Soccer Tournament!

It’s time to play soccer! Please join us for our sixth annual soccer tournament Saturday August 11, 2018 from 4:00pm-6:00pm at Cully Park located on 5810 NE 72nd Ave, Portland, OR 97220. Teams must be coed and participants must be 11 years of age or older to play but the whole family is welcome to cheer and enjoy the action!  

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¡Es hora de jugar fútbol! Por favor acompáñenos para el sexto torneo anual de fútbol el sábado 11 de Agosto del 2018 de las 4:00pm a las 6:00pm en el parque Cully Park ubicado en 5810 NE 72nd Ave, Portland, OR 97220. Los equipos deben ser unisex y los participantes deben tener 11 años de edad o más para jugar pero toda la familia está invitada para apoyar y disfrutar de la acción! 

Email Blanca Cisneros for registration information

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Ollin Social Justice Film Series - Frida
Aug
8
7:30 PM19:30

Ollin Social Justice Film Series - Frida

For the second year in a row, The Hollywood Theatre and Latino Network are proud to present Ollin: Social Justice Film Series, a series exploring the social justice issues of today.

The 2018 series “Nuestra Voz” features three films about prominent women who continue to shape and inspire our world today: Musicians Selena Quintanilla and Mercedes Sosa and artist Frida Kahlo.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8 - FRIDA

Released in 2002, Frida is a dramatic retelling of artist Frida Kahlo’s private and professional life as an internationally renowned surrealist artist. Set on a global stage in the early 20th century, the movie chronicles Frida’s challenges with her health, sexuality, career and fame. Frida must struggle to maintain her complex identity and individuality amongst a dysfunctional relationship with fellow artist, Diego Rivera. Directed by Julie Taymor, the film stars Selma Hayeck, in an academy award winning performance, as Frida.

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Ollin Social Justice Film Series - Mercedes Sosa
Jul
23
7:30 PM19:30

Ollin Social Justice Film Series - Mercedes Sosa

For the second year in a row, The Hollywood Theatre and Latino Network are proud to present Ollin: Social Justice Film Series, a series exploring the social justice issues of today.

The 2018 series “Nuestra Voz” features three films about prominent women who continue to shape and inspire our world today: Musicians Selena Quintanilla and Mercedes Sosa and artist Frida Kahlo.

MONDAY, JULY 23 - MERCEDES SOSA

Director Rodrigo H. Vila’s 2013 film is a documentary chronicling the life and influence of Argentine singer Mercedes Sosa. Drawing upon a rich background of Argentine folk music, Sosa was one of the primary artists to give rise to “nueva canción,” a social movement and musical genre which gave voice and empowered many people across Latin America. Together with her family, Sosa toured with world in the 60s and 70s performing her music. Despite her international success, Sosa was exiled from Argentina by a hostile military dictatorship. Heralded as the "voice of the voiceless ones," Sosa successfully produced over four decades of work which still inspire causes today. Directed by Rodrigo H. Vila, the film features Chico Buarque, Elba Bustelo, and David Byrne.

Proceeds go towards Latino Network's advocacy programs.

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Ollin Social Justice Film Series - SELENA
Jul
9
7:30 PM19:30

Ollin Social Justice Film Series - SELENA

Join us for a Night with SELENA!

For the second year in a row, The Hollywood Theatre and Latino Network are proud to present Ollin: Social Justice Film Series, a series exploring the social justice issues of today. 

The 2018 series “Nuestra Voz” features three films about prominent women who continue to shape and inspire our world today: Musicians Selena Quintanilla and Mercedes Sosa and artist Frida Kahlo.

MONDAY, JULY 9 - SELENA

Released in 1997, Selena is a biographical musical drama documenting the life of Latinx icon, Selena Quintanilla. Set in the southwest during the 1980s and 1990s, the movie profiles the meteoric rise of Selena and Tejano music in America. Jennifer Lopez, in her breakout film debut, plays Selena. As her star rises, the young performer must carefully navigate the complexities of her family, fans, and culture. Selena tells the emotional tale of celebrity, music, and loss during a time when Latino culture and music was gaining national commercial recognition. Directed by Gregory Nava, the film features hit songs from Selena's discography. Come prepared to sing to your favorite songs!

Proceeds go toward Latino Network's advocacy programs.

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Sabor Folklórico!
Jun
30
1:00 PM13:00

Sabor Folklórico!

JOIN US!


For an afternoon full of music, traditional dance, and food. Latino Network’s very own Corazones Alegres youth dancers will perform dances native to different regions of Mexico!

Saturday, June 30 from 1-5pm
Latino Network Rockwood
740 SE 182nd Ave. Portland, OR

This event is FREE! There will be:
- Raffles
- Food for purchase
- Face painting
- Games
- And more!

This event will benefit Latino Network's Arts & Culture Programs.

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Latino Network and Pride 2018
Jun
17
10:00 AM10:00

Latino Network and Pride 2018

JOIN US IN CELEBRATING PORTLAND PRIDE!


On Sunday, June 17th from 10am-3pm Latino Network will be participating in the Portland Pride Parade! You are invited to walk with us as we join our fellow Latinx and LGBTQ+ communities to support equality for all!

This year, we have a truck, music, traditional folk dancers, and so much more! Light refreshments, pan dulce and snacks will be available. It’s going to be a party, so bring your family and friends for this amazing event!

Pride Parade will begin at the North Park Blocks. We will walk through China Town, then head south on Naito and end at Tom McCall Waterfront Park. As the event nears, we will keep you informed with the exact location of our gathering.

For information about NW Pride Parade, including the parade route and Parade Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), please visit:https://pridenw.org/parade-information/

On behalf of Latino Network, we hope you can join us as we celebrate diversity and equality for all!

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Alejandro Ceballos // Retrospective: 1989-2018
Apr
27
5:30 PM17:30

Alejandro Ceballos // Retrospective: 1989-2018

Latino Network Presents: Alejandro Ceballos // Retrospective: 1990-2018


Latino Network is devoted to Latino artists who honor tradition, build community trust, push boundaries, and invite us to discover new landscapes and forms.

We invite you to join us for this inaugural nonprofit gallery project - the opening reception is FREE and will take place in our office! This is the first time we'll showcase a Latinx artist's work in our workplace. We are excited to invite the community to celebrate with us.

What's more, 30% of the profits from the art will go toward our youth programs!
 


About the Artist: Alejandro Ceballos Gastelum

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“The idea for a retrospective exhibition is to present pieces made during an almost 30 year career span. Some of the them have been shown before, and many others have not. Guests will get to see an example of how I started, chronologically speaking, and how it has developed through time with different techniques. There are different themes. They look random but they belong together, so there is like a language." - Alejandro Ceballos Gastelum

Alejandro plays with color like children play with joy and laughter. Colors pop into frame. His textures and shapes speak a language that is bold, fresh and new, yet familiar and comforting. Above all, his work is personal. Alejandro reminds us we have the power within to reshape and reframe every part of ourselves. 


THIS EVENT IS FREE

LIGHT FOOD AND DRINKS WILL BE PROVIDED
 

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While Rome Burns: An Event to Benefit Latino Network at Mississippi Pizza!
Apr
22
5:00 PM17:00

While Rome Burns: An Event to Benefit Latino Network at Mississippi Pizza!

While Rome Burns celebrates it’s one-year anniversary with PDX Latin-funk favorites Sabroso and indigenous dance group Huehca Omeyocan, all to support our programs!

This one will be a super-fun, super-dancey affair – so bring the kids, bring a hankering for pizza, ad bring appropriate footwear.

For more info and to sign up for the email list, visit their website!

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INFORMATIONAL NIGHT: HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED
Apr
18
6:00 PM18:00

INFORMATIONAL NIGHT: HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

INFORMATIONAL NIGHT: HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

Want to be more involved and volunteer through our programs? 
Join us on Wednesday April 18th to learn how you can help our community! 
We'll have volunteer sign-ups, information about future opportunities, and general information about our volunteer practices and how you can help out. 

EMAIL OUR VOLUNTEER SPECIALIST JUSTINA FOR MORE INFORMATION!

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COMMUNITY CLIMATE CHANGE CONVERSATION
Apr
12
5:30 PM17:30

COMMUNITY CLIMATE CHANGE CONVERSATION

Join Central Northeast Neighbors, Latino Network and the City of Portland’s Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, for a conversation about how climate change affects our local communities.

We will talk about how climate intersects with different issues including:

  • Disaster Preparedness
  • Transportation
  • Housing
  • Health

 

Interpretation, Childcare and Food will be provided.

Please contact Sandra at 503-823-2780 sandral@cnncoalition.org to RSVP

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PPS Latino Parent Conference
Apr
7
8:30 AM08:30

PPS Latino Parent Conference

Join Latino Network and Portland Public Schools for its Annual Latino Parent Conference! Families will learn about educational opportunities and resources, including topics such as:

  • DACA
  • Family engagement in education
  • English language learner program
  • Dual language immersion program
  • High school graduation requirements
  • Applying for scholarships

For more information about the conference, please contact Ana Muñoz.

 

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Poker Night to Benefit Latino Network
Mar
9
6:00 PM18:00

Poker Night to Benefit Latino Network

Join us for our annual Poker Tournament to benefit Latino Network! An evening of food, fun, poker, and prizes - all for a great cause!

So, open up your wallet, put on your game face, and get ready for an unforgettable evening!

On Friday, March 9, we invite you to come play poker, eat delicious hors d'oeuvres, and enjoy complimentary drinks, plus have the chance to win awesome prizes, including our grand prize:

Two round-trip tickets to ANYWHERE Virgin America or Alaska Airlines flies! (some restrictions may apply)

21+ event. All levels of poker players welcome! This is a tournament for charity, so come have fun and win some prizes. Also a special thanks to IBEW 48 for sponsoring this fun night, and to Gather for donating the event space!



There are two ticket options:



1) Poker Player Ticket - $100

  • Includes 4 raffle tickets. For $100 buy-in, you will have a seat reserved in the poker tournament to play for prizes!
  • You start off with $2,500 in chips to play (opportunities to purchase more for $50 during the tournament) PLUS 4 raffle tickets to enter to win awesome prizes.
  • You'll also enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres as complimentary wine and beer during the tournament. $50 rebuy during the tournament, which includes 2 raffle tickets.


2) Non-Player Experience - $40

  • Don't play poker? Don't miss out! You don't need to play to win!
  • Come join us for an evening of food, wine & beer, and música. While others play poker, you can mingle with friends, eat and drink, and enter to win awesome raffle prizes!
  • Ticket comes with complimentary food and drinks as well as 1 raffle ticket (you can purchase more at the event through our Spin The Lat Net Wheel Game!).


Timeline of Events


6:00 pm - Doors Open. Registration & Check-In. Food & Drink available.

6:30 pm - Poker Tutorial

  • Haven't played poker in a while? Not sure what a big blind is? Come early and brush up on your skills.

7:00 pm - Poker Tournament Begins!

  • Our poker gamemaster will lead us through tournament play. If you get out early, you'll have the chance to buy back in for $50.


Winners of each round will earn more raffle tickets to win cool prizes. The overall winner will earn even more raffle tickets, increasing the chance you'll win those Alaska Airlines tickets!

Raffle tickets can be won and purchased throughout the night! We’ll have our “Lat Net Wheel of Fortune” that you can spin for $10 to win more tickets. Raffle prizes will be drawn once poker play is completed.

At the end of the tournament, raffle winners will be drawn for the grand prizes - need not be present to win.

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Informational Night: How You can Get Involved
Feb
7
6:00 PM18:00

Informational Night: How You can Get Involved

Informational Night: How You can Get Involved

Wednesday, February 7 from 6-7:30pm

Want to be more involved and volunteer through our programs? 
Join us on Wednesday Feb. 7 to learn how you can help our community! 
We'll have volunteer sign-ups, information about future opportunities, and general information about our volunteer practices and how you can help out. 

Email our Volunteer Specialist Justina for more information!
 

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Portland Center Stage Presents: Mojada
Nov
5
7:30 PM19:30

Portland Center Stage Presents: Mojada

Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles at The Armory
We are proud to partner with Portland Center Stage and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival for a special performance of Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles! Celebrate with us at a pre-show reception on November 5!

In this retelling of Medea seen through the lens of immigrants to the United States, playwright Luis Alfaro blends tragedy, wry humor, Mexican folklore and a bracingly modern setting to unleash the power of Euripides’ ancient tale of love, transformation and betrayal. 

  • When: Sunday, November 5
  • 6:30-7:30pm - reception
  • 7:30pm - performance
  • Use the code "MOJADA10" for $10 reserved tickets to the show on Nov. 5!

 

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Latino Network is a part of Give!Guide 2017!
Nov
1
to Dec 31

Latino Network is a part of Give!Guide 2017!

It's time to GIVE BIG during the holidays! We're participating in Willamette Week's Give!Guide - the city's largest holiday fundraiser that helps connect the community to nonprofits who are doing work that makes a difference. 

We're asking YOU - our familia - to help us give big this year. With fun Big Give Days that have amazing prizes, and your choice of 149 nonprofits to give to, we can't think of a better way to give back and end 2017 on a positive note.

Here's what you can do:

  1. Between Nov. 1 - Dec. 31st, 2017 - Give to nonprofits like Latino Network 
  2. Give on Big Give Days and have a chance to win fun prizes
  3. Spread the word to your friends and family about this statewide movement to help nonprofits give back to their communities.

Help us positively transform families, youth, and communities this holiday season.

Give to Latino Network during Give!Guide 2017!

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Latino Network Night with The Blazers!
Oct
26
6:00 PM18:00

Latino Network Night with The Blazers!

Please join us for Hispanic Heritage Celebration Night when the Trail Blazers take on the Los Angeles Clippers on October 26th at the Moda Center! We are proud to host a festive evening celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at this exciting inaugural event benefiting our organization. 

Click on ‘find tickets’ to select the seats you would like and enter your promo code (HHN) to access the group pricing.

A portion of every ticket sold will go directly to our fundraising efforts!

Get your ticket today and join us in the Rose Room for a pre-game social with live entertainment. A special commemorative gift will be given to you upon entering the event!

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Noche Bella 2017
Sep
22
5:00 PM17:00

Noche Bella 2017

We're Getting Ready for our Annual Gala!

Noche Bella (Beautiful Night) is Latino Network's annual celebration of the accomplishments the Latino Community has made in Portland. 

Noche Bella raises money for all of our programs that serve Latino youth and families throughout the entire state of Oregon. We also honor an extraordinary Latino/a leader from the community for their accomplishments with the Aguila Award. 

We are currently accepting sponsorships for 2017!

Contact our Development Coordinator Michael Gibson for sponsorship information. Individual tickets will become available in August!

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Voz Alta: Amor en Los Tiempos de Guerra
Aug
24
to Aug 26

Voz Alta: Amor en Los Tiempos de Guerra

Voz Atla: Amor en los tiempos de guerra/Love in the Time of War presents an intimate dramatization of the lives of Anabertha Alvarado (Early Childhood Coordinator) and Dawn Joella Jackson (Principal at Helensview High School). Actors and musicians will perform their lived experiences, achievements, and personal endurance through the power of story, live music, and the music of words--poetry.

This dramatization that interweaves storytelling and music is written by Latino Network staff Santos Herrera and Joaquin Lopez. Guest director is Rebecca Martinez from Sojourn Theatre. Music director is Gerardo Calderon. Art Design is by former Latino Network staffer Rolando Avila with our Graphic Design and Communication Specialist Katelyn Henson.

Featured stories:

Anabertha Alvarado - Community Education Worker Coordinator for Juntos Aprendemos (Early Childhood). From an early age she learned the power of nurture, the depth of isolation, and the resilience of migration. Beating to her own drum, she knew she was different and learned to be proud of it! Enduring the loss of hope, she survived the debilitation of el pueblo chico e infierno grande to create a life filled with love and honor.

Dawn Joella Jackson - Principal at Helensview High School. Raised by her father, a hippy, Jewish musician, and a strong determined Latina mother, Dawn learned the strength of going with the flow and self-determination. Her New Mexico roots taught her there is nothing stronger than family and more powerful than a girls kiss! Raising two boys of color with her partner, Dawn’s story is a testament that love indeed does endure in a time of war.

 

Voz Alta returns to where it was first presented--Milagro! This year Latino Network is featuring a gallery in the Maya cafe and lobby of art created by Latino Network youth mentored by Rudy Rolon, Jesus Torralba, and Rodolfo Cerna. Check us out!

 


Where:

Milagro Theatre, 525 SW Stark

When:

Thrusday, August 24, Preview Night

Friday, August 25, Opening Night catered by La Bonita

Saturday, August 26 Pay What You Will

Time:

7:30pm - Doors open at 6:45pm


All families welcome.

Recommended for ages 12 and up.

Voz Alta is supported in part by the Regional Arts and Culture Council, Multnomah County Cultural Coalition, and PDXLatinXPride. 

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¡Festival Latino!
Aug
19
4:00 PM16:00

¡Festival Latino!

Join us this month for Festival Latino!

Festival Latino is a FREE bilingual event that includes food, music, games, a soccer tournament, and at the end of the night, we’re going to screen Moana for the whole family!


When:

August 19, 2017 | 4-11pm

Where:

Glenhaven Park | NE 82nd Ave and Siskiyou St. | Transit 12, 24, 72


Mexican food will be for sale and there will be FREE popcorn!

  • Soccer Tournament is from 4-6pm. Last day for registration is Friday, Aug. 11!
  • Games start at 6pm – for the whole family!
  • Live music performances start at 6pm – Tequila Highway PDX, Mariachi Tradición from Forest Grove, and Lucha Libre Portland!
  • Moana starts after dusk at around 8:45pm. Spanish with English subtitles!

 

This event is made possible by Portland Parks and Recreation, Comcast, The City of Portland, Latino Network, and 93.1FM El Rey.

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Sabor Folkórico
Jul
8
5:00 PM17:00

Sabor Folkórico

Join us for a night of friends, family & food! Latino Network's very own Corazones Alegres youth dancers will perform ballet folklórico from different regions of Mexico!

When: Saturday, July 8, 5-9 pm

Where: Latino Network Rockwood - 740 SE 182nd Ave


This event is free

Donations benefit Latino Network's Arts & Culture Programs


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Pride 2017!
Jun
18
10:00 AM10:00

Pride 2017!

We're Marching in Portland Pride this year!

Latino Network is proud to be participating in the Portland Pride Parade this year to show our organization's support for the LGBTQ community and in particular our queer Latinx community members.

The parade is an opportunity to provide visibility to and celebrate the diversity of culture and contributions of the LGBTQ community. Through participating in events such as these, Latino Network can help break the stigma towards the LGBTQ community and the misperceptions that exist of the Latinx LGBTQ community. Many organizations, faith communities and businesses will also be marching in the parade. 
 
The parade takes place on June 18th and we would like to have a large group of staff, volunteers and participants representing Latino Network. Family members and friends are welcome to join in this celebration! 


Want to march?

Meet us on the corner of NW 9th and Couch St. by no later than 10:30!


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Mother's Day Brunch at La Cocina
May
14
10:00 AM10:00

Mother's Day Brunch at La Cocina

Join us for a Mother's Day Brunch celebration!

This year, La Cocina and Latino Network are teaming up on Mother's Day to give you food, music and fun!

Bring your mom and family and join us at La Cocina between 10am-4pm! We will have a full brunch menu and musical performances by JoaquinLopezMusic and The Flores Family.

When: Sunday, May 14 from 10am-4pm

Where: La Cocina - 3939 NE MLK Blvd.

Menu: $15 - With your choice of entree, fruit or pan dulce, and coffee

ALL MOTHERS GET FREE FLAN NEOPOLITANO!

Entrees include enchiladas, pollo en mole, and breakfast options. 

 

PROCEEDS BENEFIT LATINO NETWORK

 

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Ollin Social Justice Film Series: El Norte (1983)
Apr
13
7:30 PM19:30

Ollin Social Justice Film Series: El Norte (1983)

Join us for the third and final Ollin Film at The Historic Hollywood Theatre!

The Film: El Norte (1983)

Released in 1983, El Norte follows two indigenous youth who are forced to travel to America due to the repercussions of Guatemala’s brutal civil war. The film’s protagonists, Rosa and Enrique Xuncax, experience material and spiritual losses while on a journey north towards the fabled U.S.A. 

Serena Cruz, Executive Director at Virginia Garcia Memorial Foundation, will be in attendance for a post-film discussion on the film’s social justice themes.

 

When:

Thursday, April 13th at 7:30pm

Where:

The Hollywood Theatre

4122 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97212

Admission

$9 general

$7 senior, student, or children

 

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Cambio Café Grand Opening
Apr
7
8:00 AM08:00

Cambio Café Grand Opening

Join Us for the Grand Opening of Cambio Cafe!

Cambio Cafe is a coffee cart created by Latino Network that will open in Gresham City Hall. The cart is youth-operated and the program aims to employ and teach youth business skills. 

ALL SALES BENEFIT YOUTH IN THE PROGRAM!

 

Friday, April 7

8-10am  - With a short program at 9am

Gresham City Hall - 1333 NW Eastman Pkwy, Gresham, OR

 

We can't wait to see you there!

 

Photo by Brian Bilek

 

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An Evening at Mississippi Pizza!
Mar
30
8:00 PM20:00

An Evening at Mississippi Pizza!

Want to eat some good pizza for a good cause?

Join us at Mississippi Pizza on Thursday, March 30 for a  fun night full of good food and music! 

All proceeds benefit Latino Network!


Where: 

Mississippi Pizza Pub: 3552 N Mississippi Ave, Portland, OR 97227

When:

Thursday March 30

Time:

8-11:30pm

Cover:

$10 cover charge - all proceeds benefit Latino Network's Immigrant Action Fund!

 

Photo: Stu Spivack

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