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| September 22, 2023 @ 10:00 am

By: Shirley Jackson

Latin American Heritage Festival
Join the Birmingham Museum of Art for its annual Latin American Heritage Festival Saturday, Sept. 23. The event will honor National Hispanic Heritage Month with Latin cultures among a day of dynamic festivities. Explore art through Spanish-language gallery tours, savor the diverse flavors of Latin cuisine and engage in an array of interactive, family-friendly art activities. This year, the celebration will have even more engaging experiences designed to highlight the enduring impact and diverse traditions of the Latin American heritage.

Hispanic Festival in Piedmont
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Piedmont Saturday, Sept. 23, from noon to 5 p.m. with games, face painting, folk dance, a petting zoo and the sale of authentic foods from different Latin countries. Admission is free. The festival is at 4800 Alabama Highway 21 North, Piedmont.

Human Rights New Works Festival
Three musical works will shine in Red Mountain Theatre’s (RMT) sixth annual Human Rights New Works Festival Sept. 22-24. Two musicals, “She Reached for Heaven” and “Sam’s Room,” are evolving through the creative process. Meanwhile, “Four Little Girls: Birmingham, 1963” continues the partnership between RMT and Sixteenth Street Baptist Church to commemorate the civil rights movement in Birmingham. All three works seek to spark life-changing conversations about the issues we face today through the power of theatre. Tickets can be purchased online at All tickets are $15 for general admission.

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