Join the Deschutes Public Library as we celebrate Cuban history and culture with a series of programs that cover everything from the Cuban Revolution to Cuban music and food. All programs are free and open to the public.
Posted By: Lisa McGean
Date Posted: 1/2/2007
• January 6th
1:00 pm, Redmond Public Library
“Cuba is Waiting”
Photographer Gabriel Denison will present a slideshow of photographs that she
took on a 2001 trip to Cuba.
• January 20th:
11:00 am, Sisters Public Library
“The Cuban Revolution and the United States: Past, Present, Future”
Professor Carlos Aguirre, who is the director of the Latin American Studies program at the University of Oregon, will present a lecture on the history of the relationship between the United States and Cuba.
• January 20th
1:00 pm, La Pine Public Library.
“Aficionado Cuba: Travel and Music in Cuba”
Gary Trendler presents information of the current music and political situation in Cuba.
• January 20th
3:00 pm, Bend Public Library, Brooks Room
“Che Guevara: Between History and Myth”
University of Oregon professor Carlos Aguirre will deliver a lecture on the fascinating political icon Che Guevara.
• January 27th:
4:00 pm, Bend Public Library Brooks Room
“A Taste of Cuba”
Taste the food and discuss the culinary traditions of Cuba. Limited to 40 participants. Sign up by calling 312-1032.
To sign up for “A Taste of Cuba” or for information about this or other library programs, please call 312-1032.
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