Founded in 1994, the Hispanic Festival, Inc. is a non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to educating the public through the celebration of our Hispanic cultures and traditions. We produce the largest Hispanic festivals in the St. Louis area including the Fiesta in Florissant, Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival and the Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos. Along with the festivals, we also coordinate networking events for our Hispanic Festival partners, visit schools to promote the Hispanic arts, collaborate with local art institutions and businesses to promote our heritage including Hispanic Heritage Month, coordinate community service projects for low income families and award college scholarships.
Sin Fronteras Preescolar
Sin Fronteras is a bilingual preschool camp serving Latino families in the city of St. Louis during the summer months. Our goal is to provide a low-cost, educational setting which helps prepare Spanish-speaking children to enter into an English-speaking school system, while still providing opportunities to enrich and celebrate children’s native language through such things as stories and songs. Our desire is to provide a welcoming environment where both students and parents can be understood and appreciated by teachers, as well as classmates, using the language with which they feel most comfortable. We also strive to involve and engage parents, providing them with useful resources to navigate our unique community.
Pulitzer Arts Foundation
The Pulitzer Arts Foundation believes in the power of direct experiences with art. The museum presents historic and contemporary art in dynamic interplay with its celebrated Tadao Ando building, offering unexpected experiences and inspiring new perspectives. Valuing close looking and civic engagement, the Pulitzer is a place for contemplation and exchange that brings art and people together.
Contemporary Arts Museum
The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis is an art museum for contemporary art, located in St. Louis, Missouri. It is often referred to as CAM St. Louis The institution that would become CAM was established in 1980, and operated under a number of names including First Street Forum and the Forum for Contemporary Art.
El Chico Bakery is a family owned and operated Mexican bakery in South St. Louis. They specialize in pan dulce (sweet bread), fruit filled empanadas (baked pies), tres leches cakes (three milk cake) and cakes for all occasions. Their recipes come from Mexico and they are passionate about serving you a piece of their culture